UBC Harvest ‘Feastival’ to Combine Season’s Best Flavours with Night of Arts & Culture

A night of delicious seasonal flavours and "Choose Your Own Adventure" style activities that's not to be missed on Sept. 28

Art Rapture Returns to Mount Pleasant With Prohibition-Themed Art Experience

Get ready for the Art Rapture! The urban art event is coming back to the neighbourhood on September 22/23.

Growing Chefs’ Annual Kitchen Party ‘From Farms To Forks’ Returns October 1st

The 8th annual Farms to Forks event has us drooling at the prospect of a return to the classroom! Check out the list of participating chefs...

The Dumpling King Pop-Up Returns for Four Delicious Nights at Hives For Humanity

Find out what the buzz is about at the #DumplingKing's second pop-up restaurant, hosted by the Bee Space at Hives for Humanity

Final ‘Summer Sizzler’ Goes Down This Saturday with Five Ciders, Music, Snacks and Fun

Fill your bellies and growlers with five ciders at the final Sunday Cider Sizzler of the year, this Saturday September 16th

Bid a Tasty Goodbye to Summer with Five Rising Chefs at East Van’s ‘Stacks On Stacks’

Five up and coming chefs are preparing to flex their culinary muscles at this upcoming food-focused block party

Start the Season Right with the Fresh Roots Schoolyard Harvest Dinner

Summer is coming to a quick close, folks. Dig into this upcoming al fresco feast by Chef Juno Kim with brews from 33 Acres.

The 25th Annual Great Canadian Beer Festival Lands in Victoria Sept. 8-9

This year's event includes a whopping 66 breweries, 2 cideries and over 240 beers over 10 hours of festivities!

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What Hotel Would You Most Want to Stay in If You Were Visiting Vancouver?

Let's pretend you're not from around here and had your pick of where to stay in Vancouver as a first-time tourist...

New West’s Pier Park Sets Scene for Inaugural Safe & Sound Music Fest

A brand new music festival is another way in which New Westminster continues to chart a new cultural course.

Whistler’s ‘Sidecut’ Gears Up for its Final Outdoor BBQ Feasts of the Season

Pork ribs, salmon, sausages, mussels, salads, treats, music and beer -- all of it outdoors and affordable.

The Incredible Pie Championship Returns to Mount Pleasant on August 27th

You like pie, right? You're going to want to figure out a way to be on 6th Ave. when this bit of deliciousness goes down.

Want To Make The Most of Your Remaining Summer? Book a Seat for This Long Table Dinner

Gather at the farm's long table for a collaborative dinner anchored by chef Jesse McMillan of Campagnolo Roma.

Doug Stephen of The Merchant’s Workshop to Cook Next ‘Greasy Spoon’ Feast

Check out the menu for this upcoming diner-style feast at Save On Meats.

Now Showing: Steve Coogan & Rob Brydon Embark On a Culinary ‘Trip To Spain’

The new film follows the two actors as they dine - often hilariously - at exceptional restaurants.

Ampersand Co-Founder Jessica Schacht Goes from Making Gin to Writing Plays

The play premieres September 7th at Performance Works on Granville Island, and we can't wait to see it!

What the August 21st Solar Eclipse Will Look Like from Vancouver (Better Than This!)

Let's hope this smoke finally clears soon because we have a big deal solar eclipse on the way!

Five Things to Look Out for When the Watch & Learn Festival Hits QET Plaza, Aug. 19/20

Spoiler alert: one of them involves the eating of tacos and the drinking of beer!

New Study Shows Airbnb at Least Partly Responsible for Higher Rents in Cities

A new analysis of 100 American cities ties Airbnb to soaring housing costs, with researchers finding that "for every 10 percent growth in Airbnb listings, a ZIP code’s average rent increased by 0.4 percent."

Drinks, Music, Meteors, Oh My! Museum of Anthropology to host Licensed Stargazing Night

What do you get when you combine a licensed bar, telescopes, storytellers, musicians, invented constellations and Perseid meteors? Blackout!

Days Numbered For Hi-Five In Gastown; ‘No Fun Radio’ Set To Take Its Place

While I'm sad to see Hi-Five on its way out, I'm very glad that something interesting - and of potential benefit to the city's cultural landscape - is replacing it.