Round two of the Weaving 101 workshop runs weekly from February 6th to 20th at Granville Island's Silk Weaving Studio.
The scholarships, which range in value from $500 to $5,000, reflect the diversity of the British Columbian hospitality industry.
We've gone through our go-to brunch spots and verified this list of sweet spots where you can fuel up and engage your holiday hangover.
For 2019, the BC Hospitality Foundation will award 10 Sommelier Scholarships of $1,000 each. Apply before January 15th!
Vancouver's largest indie craft fair returns to the Maritime Centre from December 8th & 9th, and we've got our eyes on a few things!
Headed up the coast for the holiday season? We've mapped a route through the festive action, because the good times start now.
Strange Fellows' craft market runs Dec. 6 - 8 and is just the place to score gifts for your more peculiar friends and family members.
David Hawksworth, Angus An, Melissa Craig, Ned Bell and a dozen other culinary greats want to cook for you this weekend.
We’ve mapped out our list of suggestions for satisfying your hunger and thirst while feasting your eyes on art this November 15th to 18th.
Nine local chefs and six breweries are getting set to showcase their love of pork in support of a great cause. Mmm, bacon...
The shelves are stocked with Link's own line, plus all manner of hand-picked, unique and ethical goodies for your home and body.
The inaugural event includes a 3 day roster heavy on all things crime-related, plus an array of niche topics from hip hop to Harry Potter.
The local speaker series continues Nov. 29 at the Vancouver Playhouse with a line-up tasty stories and delicious ideas.
On November 2 and 3, the beautiful Werklab space will be transformed into an epic clothing shopping experience.
The ballets include two World Premieres and one first-time Canadian performance, and feature a range of styles and artistic choices.
Regardless of your industry and work environment, we think everyone can benefit by attending this seminar and workshop, on October 28th and 29th.
With Thanksgiving Weekend nearly upon us, we've assembled a short list of ways to gobble up the very best of it.
Feast your eyes on this new film, Cuban Food Stories, screening September 29th & October 7th as part of VIFF’s IMPACT programming.
Kate Duncan’s Address is “an assembly of designer/makers, deeply dedicated to their craft presenting expertise and exceptional work.”
The Flea will be back in full-swing mode kicking off this Friday (Sept 21) night in their brand new, bigger and better setup in Strathcona.
Get an early autumn art fix by hitting Heritage Hall on September 22/23 for the 2nd annual ArtBreakers Illustration Market.
Guarantee yourself two whole months of hands-on learning/creating to get you through the grey days of Autumn.
For their 75th anniversary, the Vancouver Foundation is facilitating a province-wide event of food, friends and conversations.
This year's festival includes almost as many films and events as there are days in the year. These are the movies we won't be missing.
There are over two dozen Canadian and international artists slated to play the city's best indoor venues for their sophomore event.
As well as the artworks on display, "Natural Plot Line" will also include the live painting of two original works of art on September 12/13.
This event marks Merchant's Workshop's final affiliated dinner, on the heels of their impending closure on Thursday, August 16th.
Kicking off at The Birds & The Beets, the new project aims to provide a sustainable model of opportunities for small, independent projects.