Uh Huh Her, the California based female indie electro pop duo, performed at Venue here in Vancouver on Saturday, November 6th. The show in Vancity was the second to last stop on their Keep A Breast tour – and they surely didn't disappoint the local lezzies!!

paranoia1This was a night of many firsts for me. For one, it was the first time I celebrated Halloween at the Commodore Ballroom. And this was my first Rapture event. In fact, it's my first gay party at this venue altogether. I've heard high praise for Rapture parties. These premium events are known for world-renowned DJs, high gloss stage settings, wicked venue choices... and just really damn good times. I've also been told the Rapture pride parties are the ones to be at. Needless to say, my expectations were high.

occupyvanYoung people with burdensome student loans, retired men and women, the working class some with babies in tow represented the cross-section of people who turned out for the Occupy Vancouver rally and march. But there was also a GLBT or queer presence at Occupy Vancouver and VERS magazine connected with two of them.


Breathing new life into Fag.Fridays wasn't an easy task, though. Adam Dreaddy had a greater vision for the new Fag.Friday. It would be better in all ways, an evolution with a new meaning, Fƒ. Initially building up hype by sending invites the old-fashioned way, Dreaddy and his team hit a cock block when the Canada Post employees were locked out nationwide. Yet they pressed on, until they were rammed by something worse. The venue manager called to inform them that the Strata had a petition barring Fƒ. from setting up. The re-launch would not be happening in June or July. Gasp!


Vers Magazine participated in the annual Aids Walk for Life in Stanley Park this year and could not be happier at the turn out. Of course the weather this year was not complimentary as it has been in the past, however, no amount of cloud, mist, or rain could dampen the spirits of the volunteers, staff and all other participants of the walk.


This would be Steve Angello's eighth Blueprint show here in Vancouver, and his second time at the Commodore Ballroom.

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