PHAT DAWG and D. Clarke present The Equilibrium EP Release Party at Joe's Apartment! To craft a truly great song is to have balance between producer and emcee - enter EQUILIBRIUM. FEATURING PERFORMANCES BY: DJ K-Rec Little T Jdubs Max Kala Jo Blunt Northwest Players Hosted by Dangerous 50/50 Draw Partial proceeds to BC Children's Hospital This will be an early show so come on down and start the night off right!
Making a lil flick! GettoToons: The GhettoToon tale of little critters trying to end the rat race. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Film
GETTOTOONS AND TNT STAR ENTERTAINMENT INC
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YOU'VE HAD YOUR BEATS... YOU'VE HAD YOUR EMINEMS... TIME TO GET NUTZ! 2NUTZ!! In times of trouble, 2NUTZ shouts from the treetops ringing the truth into the ears of the people with a mighty chatter that only the foolhardy sleep through. Coming Soon! HELP THE GETTOTOONS CAUSE... Help the Gettotoons cause they need it! They been run down, dragged out, chewed up, spit out, slept out, ironed out, crept on and kicked out but they keep on kickin'. Now the shoe's on the other foot, and the show's afoot! They...
This exclusive event, hosted by Entertainment Tonight Canada’s Rick Campanelli, will take place at the exclusive Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver.
Lighthouse Pictureswill roll out the red carpet at the Sutton Place Hotel for their Annual Red Carpet Film Party during the Vancouver International Film Festival. Always the hottest party at the festival featuring A-List filmmakers, producers, and actors, the event is a must for festival partygoers and industry VIP’s.
This year Rick Campanelli, as seen on Entertainment Tonight Canada, will be back to host the red carpet movie party during the Festival! Media are invited to attend the red carpet to interview and photograph celebrities between 8:00 – 10:00...
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"Appropriately named for his stature...but not his lyrical wordplay. I could not get enough of his funky vocals and look forward to seeing him perform again soon. The 'Little' in his Little T title certainly had nothing to do with the size of his vocabulary."