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UPCOMING EVENTS 
-  5-Pin Bowling, Grandview Lanes (Commercial Drive near Broadway) on Weds., May 1, 10:30 a.m.; lunch approximately 12:30 p.m. at nearby St. Augustine's Pub.

NEW THIS WEEK

NEW COLLEAGUES PHOTOS in PHOTO GALLERY: 
April 10: Thirteen photos from CBC 20 Year Association 5-Pin Bowling at Grandview Lanes followed by lunch at St. Augustine's Pub.. http://www.stationbreak.ca/photo_gallery/index.php?OLLEAGUES-PHOTOS-MARCH-1-TO-APRIL-30-134

PHOTO SCRAPBOOK #242:  Lori Konorti's Collection #2, CBC Vancouver Engineering 1990s.
http://www.stationbreak.ca/photo_gallery/index.php?SCRAPBOOK-242-LORI-KONORTI-COLL-2-1990s-141

FLASHBACK #236: The Urban Peasant Host James Barber and CBC Vancouver Production Crew 1990s. http://www.stationbreak.ca/photo_gallery/index.php?FLASHBACK-236-URBAN-PEASANT-HOST-AND-CBC-VCR-CREW-139

DEVION'S VIEWS #181: GEEZERS, OLD FARTS AND LIFE IN THE SLOW LANE  Ron ponders ageing through yesteryear's movie/TV censorship and its non-existence in today's viewing, youthful memories and the reality of starting one's day when youth itself is a memory.  http://www.stationbreak.ca/devions_views/index.php?Devion-s-Views-181-75

MOVIES at a GLANCE Reviews & Trailers: THE BEST OF ENEMIES; HELLBOY; MISSING LINK..  http://www.stationbreak.ca/movies_videos/index.php?Movies-at-a-Glance-New-DVDs-1

DVDs with Trailers: GLASS; THE KID WHO WOULD BE KING; REPLICAS.  
http://www.stationbreak.ca/movies_videos/index.php?Movies-at-a-Glance-New-DVDs-1

TRAVEL TRIPS:  "The trip from hell home – 42 hours without a break, and having a certified whack job next to me... will this flight ever end?"  Check out Jeff Groberman's final entry from Botswana  www.grobetrotting.com  .  For those of you who have been following Jeff's Botswana adventures and might be thinking about going on a safari you should check out his two recent articles on Johnny Jet to help sort out which one might best for you:https://www.johnnyjet.com/mobile-safari-in-botswana