Sleepy ol’ White Rock is about to get a shot of testosterone at the beginning of next month. One of the waterfront’s newest establishments, The BEACH, will be hosting “Ladies Night,” featuring “top of the line” male entertainers. “They’re like Magic Mike wannabes, the Canadian Playboys,” event promoter Katey Peterson said Friday of the talent coming to town for the nearly sold-out event.
A White Rock resident walks the waterfront pier last Saturday. (Aaron Hinks photo)
Rain, southeast winds expected tonight in White Rock
Although the sun has been periodically peaking through the clouds this morning, Environment Canada is calling for periods of rain throughout Saturday, and continuing this evening. Rain is expected to begin tonight with southeast winds, 20 km/h to 60 km/h, and a low of 7C.
The Valley West Hawks Justin Sourdif. (Submitted photo)
Surrey’s Justin Sourdif to debut for Vancouver Giants tonight in Langley
Last month, he suited up for Team BC in the WHL Cup and was named tournament all-star. Surrey’s Justin Sourdif will make his WHL debut tonight when the Vancouver Giants host the Kelowna Rockets at the Langley Events Centre, 7 p.m. Announced in a press release Saturday, Sourdif was selected in the 2017 WHL Bantam Draft third overall by the Giants.
Found these photos today, a reminder of my not-so-favourite dish in Thailand. And if you're wondering, the best way to eat them is like a timbit, and chew until it can be swallowed https://t.co/2FsflfaUu5
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