Alice Glass is finally telling her story

first_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment But Alice Glass wasn’t missing at all.“I was just alone in a hotel room, staring at the ceiling, reading the same book over and over again,” she says over the phone from Los Angeles, where she now lives.It wasn’t her choice to skip out on the interview.“It was somewhat of a band rule that I should remain mysterious and talk as little as possible,” she explains. “Although it was a band rule I didn’t come up with or particularly like.” This is not the first time Alice Glass has appeared on the cover of NOW. But it’s the first time she gets to tell her story.Back in 2008, Glass appeared on the cover as part of the Toronto electro-punk duo Crystal Castles. But only her bandmate, Ethan Kath, spoke. Glass was a no-show to the interview, and the article opened with the line “Alice Glass is missing.”At the time, it was seen as posturing, another diva move by a performer whose shadowy disposition was as much a part of the group’s standoffish image as its aggressive live shows. Advertisement Advertisement Facebook Login/Register With: Advertisement Twitterlast_img read more

The power of pole BC woman finds her passion in pole dancing

first_img“Everyone is very encouraging and it’s about women’s empowerment,” Davison said. Advertisement Glenny Davison tried just about every fitness trend before she found pole dancing.From a young age, she did yoga, pilates and boxing, but it wasn’t until she was looking to get into shape later in life that she found pole dancing.Davison, who was introduced to the sport at age 38, says she loved it because of the whole-body workout it gave her when she was aiming to get back into shape, but she really stuck with it because of the camaraderie and support she found. Advertisement Advertisement Login/Register With:center_img Glenny Davison was 40 when she started competing in pole competitions. Now she teaches it. (Mellissa Dayman-Langen) Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitterlast_img read more