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#HowTo: Piss Off Your Server

Posted November 25, 2014 by Recultured Team

We’ve all been there. Whether you’ve worked in the customer service industry, know someone who does or you’ve had to sit beside one of those nagging, high-maintenance customers, we all know just what pushes a server’s buttons. We hear story after story of customers receiving what they believe to be as poor service… yet, did those […]

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Yelle: A Neon Nation

Posted December 10, 2014 by Recultured Team

Let’s get schooled… in French Electro-pop that is. Singing songs from her up and coming album ‘Complètement fou’ and accompanied by her other singles from her last album ‘Safari Disco Club’, Yelle pops by Vancouver’s very own Fortune Sound Club for a night to remember.

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The ‘F’ Word

Posted January 23, 2015 by Recultured Team

There are key subjects that trigger lengthy debates among people today; in my opinion feminism leads the pack. Just like any other philosophy out there, there will be supporters and nay sayers alike. This, however, is not a problem. The issue is how we choose to approach discussing sensitive topics because that will largely frame the outcome.

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Four Restaurants That Make Both Vegetarians and Carnivores Happy

Posted February 19, 2015 by Recultured Team

Most “normal” vegetarians have boring and limited vegetarian options, and non all meat eaters want to go for dinner at a vegetarian restaurant. Here’s four great places where everyone wins. Vegetarians on first dates… you’re welcome.

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Spirituality is not Confined to Religion

Posted February 22, 2015 by Recultured Team

The issues surrounding religion can be highly sensitive and are seldom discussed freely in societies that are rooted in a particular one. Having moved away from home where I was raised Christian, I finally got the opportunity to question a lot of what I knew. I came to the conclusion that it is indeed possible for one to be spiritual without necessarily having a religion.

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