A pair of soft, thick womens' cotton blend slipper socks with black and grey stripes, cute Gothic kitty cat faces on toes and rubber grip dots on soles.
Read it here: http://www.theprovince.com/entertainment/movie-guide/Vancouv...
For a few hours next Sunday, Vancouver will be home to the world’s blackest beach.
This morning I had a little photoshoot, where I was the subject not the photographer, over by Holy Rosary Cathedral on Richards Street. It is for an upcoming article in The Province related to the "Gothic Migrations" 12th Biennial Conference of the International Gothic Association. The International Gothic Association is out of Lancaster University and devoted the academic study of the Gothic founded in, but extending well beyond, the Gothic sub-genre of 19th C.
On June 28 a small handful of Goths gathered at White Pine Beach for our first Tricities Goth Day at the Beach! The meetup officially started at 11am and by 2pm, we had taken over a reasonable corner of the beach. We had a grill for hot dogs and burgers, plenty of veggies, and chips. Everyone brought bottled water so we totally had a surplus of fluid which was AWESOME! Also everyone also brought blueberries to share. The park rangers saw our sign and wandered over to inquire about the event and to say they look forward to seeing us in future years.
With the humidex it's supposed to get up to 33 ⁰C today, that's 92 ⁰F…
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