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Posted in Entertainment, Music, tagged Broken Social Scene, February 2009 Vancouver, Fiest Broken Social Scene, Give chase, Olympic Cultural Event Vancouver 2010, Orpheum Theater Vancouver, Sara Quin, Tegan and Sara, Tegan and Sara Sixth Album, Tegan Quin Lyndsey Byrnes on February 12, 2009| Leave a Comment » Last weekend while I was visiting Vancouver in the lovely Canada I had the opportunity to catch one of the city’s Cultural events which are leading up to the Vancouver 2010 Olympics.At the Orpheum theater which is gorgeous and huge my BFF and I caught the always intriguing and wonderful Tegan and Sara with Broken Social Scene wrapping up the evenings festivities.Playing their last show for their fifth studio album The Con Tegan and Sara Quin played the same set I saw in Los Angeles but in an abbreviated form.I always enjoy seeing them but do not enjoy it as much when the sisters are trapped into a time frame.
I watched as her fiancé’s eyes welled up with tears and I felt overcome. Every time I heard “my friends,” I would swear and sweat and seethe. He just smiled and looked into our eyes all across America and beyond, assuring us he would, he could. If this essay were about crying I would write about how sorry I am for all the same sex couples (numbering nearly 20,000) who got married in California this past summer, and whose relationships now hang in the balance, waiting to find out if their nuptials are null and void.
Keep the faith and enjoy the excellent thoughts from Tegan and Sara.
Sara Quin: This Week’s Theme: CRY This week’s edition of Laugh, Rage, Cry will be a special one, featuring two individual columns by both Tegan and Sara, who chose to respond to the passing of California’s Proposition 8, which rescinds the right for homosexuals to marry. Montreal — and Canada in general — has the reputation for being a more lenient, understanding and open-minded country.
Below are each sisters blog from on their feelings on Proposition 8.
It’s been over a week now since Prop 8 passed and still the hurt, anger, sadness, confusion are apparent in California but as each day does passes we become stronger, smarter, and as one community will overturn this legislation of hatred.My parents’ wedding photos were my favorite when I was a kid. And you should care, straight or gay, white or black. Tegan Quin: This Week’s Theme: RAGE This week’s edition of Laugh, Rage, Cry will be a special one, featuring two individual columns by both Tegan and Sara, who chose to respond to the passing of California’s Proposition 8, which rescinds the right for homosexuals to marry. I would tell you how sorry I am for those who got engaged in hopes that they would be able to get married but now cannot.