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In all the shopping hype across the border, a quiet revolution may go un-noticed.

November 23 is Buy Nothing Day!

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It’s begun: the holiday season. First up? The delightful Santa Clause Parade, this Sunday (Nov 25) at 1pm.

And if wicked clothing/shoe sales are more to your liking, Wear Else is having their Biggest Warehouse Sale Ever!

28 West 7th Avenue (between Ontario and Manitoba

Thursday November 22nd from 10am to 6pm
Friday November 23rd from 10am to 6pm
Saturday November 24th from 10am to 5pm

If you’ve never gone, this weekend take time to check out the annual Eastside Culture Crawl. It’s amazing – you’ll poke into old industrial buildings you’ve never noticed and discover exceptional art — and handbags on sale by one artisan!

Chapters has this cool program this week only – each day, they feature an item for only $1. For today’s deal, click the logo below.


$1 Deals at chapters.indigo.ca

and as always, my favourite way to fly…


Cheap Flights at westjet.com
Seat Sale to Canada and the U.S. – Book WestJet.com and save!

and… don’t forget to check out 1oonWednesday for some awesome garage-sale deals on vintage stuff.

citizensmall.gifFull disclosure: I work part-time for Citizens Bank of Canada as I build up my coaching business (hello dental benefits, extended health, pension!). But I work for them ONLY because I’m nearly as passionate about Citizens Bank as I am about Your Money by Design. It’s a virtual bank based in Vancouver that is sincerely trying to do banking differently – ethics, member-driven, csr and on top of that, great rates.

Right now, if you open a savings account and drop $500 in it – and the interest rate is 3.8% right now – they give you $30 and me $30 as long as the money stays there at least 6 months. It’s a great way to start up a nest egg, or emergency fund, or holiday fund…. saving is always good! Open your Savings account, let them know I referred you and you get $30, and I’ll donate mine to the Downtown Eastside Music Academy (a music program for kids in tough financial circumstances).

And now for something completely different:  these Opus picture frames, mint condition, for $15 each.  Retail for $70.  Three frames available – buy them all for $30.  Thanks,  10onWednesday!

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Friday, October 26, 2007 7:30pm
Pacific Baroque Orchestra

Delirio Amoroso: Handel’s Italian Years

St. James Church (Gore & Cordova)

Free admission

As a 20-year old musical hopeful, Georg Händel (he hadn’t anglicized his name yet) took a trip to Italy to find out what was going on in that musical world. The Italians were singing (what else?), and the young composer quickly adopted an exuberant operatic style. “Il Delirio Amoroso” was one of three cantatas he composed at that time. In this concert you’ll not only hear what Händel wrote, but also what he heard. Music by Handel interspersed with Stradella, Corelli, and Perti.

Mamma mia, bring on the pasta. You’ll love it!

Pacific Baroque Orchestra with Alexander Weimann, harpsichord and guest leader; Chloe Meyers, violin; and Washington McClain, oboe

Friday, October 26, 7.30 PM • Free Admission

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