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#Pulse1077 Halloween Costume Contest

By | Community, Tara Lopez

Halloween is coming up on Tuesday Oct31st,
and we’d like to give you a treat!
Join 107.7 PULSE FM’s Halloween Costume Contest on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram!
Just post a photo of yourself in your best Halloween costume using the hashtag #PULSE1077,
and you could be one of 5 winners!
We’re looking for The Scariest, Cutest, Most Unique, & Most Creative Costumes PLUS the Pulse FM Favorite!
If you have one of the best costumes – you could be taking home a 100 dollar gift card to Guzel Salon and Spa!
Plus a 100 dollar gift certificate for lunch or dinner at BBQ Nation!
PULSE FM’s Halloween Costume Contest runs Oct 20 – Oct 30th, 2017 at 5pm.
Winners to be announced on Halloween.

Pulse FM’s Office Coffee Delivery at Ideal Door Ltd.

By | Community

This month, PULSE FM announcers Neil Morrison & Dave Sheldon delivered coffee and goodies to the staff at Ideal Door Ltd. in Delta, courtesy of Notti Biscotti.  PULSE FM producer Chris Hunchak was there too!

Don’t forget to email your office name and number to contests@pulsefm.ca for your chance to win our next Office Coffee Delivery!

PULSE FM’s Diwali contest starts today!

By | Community, Tara Lopez

107.7 Pulse FM would like to greet our South Fraser Listeners a Happy Diwali !!! (Festival of Lights on October 19th)

All this week, OCTOBER 16-19, Listen at 7:10, 11:10, 2:10, and 4:10 for Clues on Where the Pulse FM Street Team will be handing out our 2017 Diwali Prize Pack!

If you’re the FIRST person to spot the Street Team at our mystery location at 5:10 pm, and say “HAPPY DIWALI”
you could INSTANTLY win a 100 dollar gift card to Joseph Richards Group, PLUS a beautiful scenic South Fraser Portrait (for your home), courtesy of HypnoticPhoto.ca

Dont miss out on your chance to win!

5 Things I couldnt live without in the 90’s

By | Community, Tara Lopez

Ever have an ‘ahh I remember that’ moment?!!  I was having one of those today, and gave a thought to my TOP 5 list of things I could not live without in the 90s.  I realize this list is different for everyone, but here’s mine…

5. Blockbuster VHS/DVD rental card

(Where was Netflicks when we needed it, eh?)

4. My BABY G / G SHOCK watch

(This was like one of the first “smartwatches” of the 90s, lighting up in different colors and digital animations)

3. Hair Crimper

(Umm yah, it was cool to have zig zag hair back then)

2. QWERTY Nokia Celphone

(Remember when the original text messaging consisted of pressing numbers on your phone to get letters?)

1.WALKMAN

(By far my favorite device to listen to cassette tapes Id buy from Futureshop, A&B sound, or Tower Records)

 

What would be on YOUR list of TOP 5 things you couldn’t live without in the 90s?  Call us on #TheMiddayWorkday and let us know 778 574 1077!

Would you have Pasta for dessert?

By | Community

Lots of cultures around the world include pasta in their desserts.  Such as the Faloodeh in Iran and India, and the Kugel Pudding in Israel.

I haven’t sampled any locally-inspired pasta desserts yet in Canada (except for the ones I mentioned earlier from my culturally diverse group of friends)… but now in Australia, there’s a restaurant that is introducing a Chocolate and Nutella pasta dessert to the world!

The dish is supposed to feature chocolate pasta covered in Nutella sauce, white chocolate parmesan cheese, mint, raspberries, and almond flakes.

The restaurant decided to design the dessert in honor of World Pasta Day on October 25th, which is coming up at the end of the month.

What would you think if a local South Fraser restaurant started serving pasta for dessert? Would you try it? For me, I’d be all for it!

 

 

What to eat if you’re sick of Thanksgiving leftovers…

By | Community

Today for our PULSE FM staff lunch we had delicious food from Bewiched Café in Surrey.  Yummy Porkapalooza Sandwiches, Bacon and Porchetta buns, Roasted Veggie Paninis with bellpapers and eggplant, Cauliflower Soup, Chicken Noodle Soup, and a classic Greek Salad. Plus peanut butter, chocolate chip, & pumpkin cookies for dessert. Yum!

So if you’re needing a break from eating cold turkey and stuffing in a Tupperware with mashed up cranberries that make the office lunchroom smell like its Thanksgiving Dinner all over again (after reheating it in the microwave), we recommend you check out Bewiched Café in Surrey at Hwy 10 and 152 Street for a change.

You could even win a $50 gift card to Bewiched by signing up your email to become a CLUB PULSE member at www.pulsefm.ca – we hand out a new gift card every week.

And when you visit Bewiched Café – say hi to Verna Jean and Hope for us! 🙂

Great place to spot Marine Wildlife in the Lower Mainland

By | Community

One of the best places to spot marine wildlife in the Lower Mainland is at  Whytecliff Park, next to Horseshoe Bay.

Its an easy drive up from South Fraser, just head north on Hwy 99.

Its a beautiful scenic beach where you can either kick back and relax by the water,
waiting for the next marine animal to make an appearance,
Or you can take a hike up the rocks for a gorgeous scenic view of West Vancouver,
and watch the BC Ferries go by.

I was at Whytecliff this week and was able to spot both a seal and an octopus
hanging out on the rocks! So awesome.

If you’ve never taken a visit to the beautiful scenic beach of Whytecliff park,
it is one of the most beautiful spots in the Lower Mainland, and we highly recommend it!

Just make sure you bring running/hiking shoes, your bathing suit,
and have your cell phone camera on hand, as you just might
see a seal or two hanging out on the rocks!