Xtra | Media | Formerly Xtra! West, Xtra Vancouver is Vancouver’s LGBQTIA (gay) bi-weekly. It was founded in 1993 and has a circulation of 36,000 (complimented online by Daily Xtra).
Usage: “Xtra’s tagline – ‘everything gay, every day’ – is pure genius…”
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"If you want to know why we should all be wary of urban planners getting into bed with developers, spend two minutes with the embarrassing orphan that is Yaletown Park."
We chatted with the man behind the scenes of Vancouver's secret show series as he prepares for the next gig on February 24.
Vancouver ex-pat David Look came home to pay his respects to The Comox before it closed its doors forever.
The Georgia Auditorium might be long gone, but the old concert hall will forever be a big part of our entertainment history.
"If ever a moment of silence was deservedly observed in the restaurant world, it was when Gyoza King closed..."
What's in a restaurant name? We'll find out in the wake of HJU:Z's arrival at the Westin Bayshore next month.
Top marks for the West End's new Lucha Verde, last rites for a novelty eatery, machines making perfect highballs and more.
Industry veterans Dale Styner and Guy Stowell are ready to unveil their first restaurant tonight in the heart of Mount Pleasant.
A panel of local food and beverage pros created this list of essential restaurants. Pick your 3 favourites to help rank them!
Before it was a magnet to beer league baseball players and dog walkers, this green space was home to a dump and a homeless camp.
This Monday's read of the food and beverage headlines teases prison dining, the history of the Caesar cocktail, and much more.
An agenda of the things we are doing, wishing we could do, or are conspiring to do in Vancouver from Feb. 21 to Feb. 27, 2018.
"Some kids grew up believing in dragons, unicorns, elves and faeries, but I came of age still believing in the existence of Artesians."
"I'm sorry I was late for my shift but it's totally not my fault. I got stuck in a bear jam just south of Function Junction."
"With all due respect to Diana Krall, Nanaimo Bars are the greatest thing to have ever come out of the City of Nanaimo."
"I could use some cold beer, two hot dogs, a lot of direct sunshine and some screaming. Hey, I know! Let's go to a Canadians game!"