With the annual Capture fest on the immediate horizon, we thought it wise to ask Ken Tsui about how to make the most of it.
The underground supper club will be joining forces with Sea Cider and the Birds & the Beets for their first ever public dinner event!
Funds from the event will go towards making Canada's largest public contemporary Asian art gallery bigger, better and more accessible.
A local cook recently found a professional knife kit on a Downtown Eastside curb and purchased it on the cheap. Is it yours?
Want to compete against your peers to win $10,000 and placement in one of Canada's better restaurants? Hell yeah you do!
"Don't Have a Cow Man: A Soy-tacular Meat Draw & Bingo Jamboree" is an evening that includes an extraordinary fancy-faux-meat raffle, plus two requisite, ages-old Legion pastimes: bingo and karaoke.
The new artist-friendly music program, which continues on March 24th, aims to focus on performance by removing financial and technical restraints for participating artists.
Catch the local indie band before they embark on their North American tour supporting Broken Social Scene!
This year's 'Canada Heritage Week' calendar includes three events around the city that are informative, entertaining and even delicious.
The beautiful, Scott Cohen-designed restaurant and cocktail bar at 3473 Cambie Street are both being forced to close at some point this Spring.
A judge's eye view of Boulevard chef Alex Chen's gold medal performance at Canada's most prestigious culinary competition.
Snag your tickets and line your pockets - you don't want to miss out on the chance to secure your vote at this one-time-only special event!
The celebrated establishment welcomes Existential Eating chef Heather Dosman and teacher Camille Flanjak for a restorative evening.
Real life buds Michelle Pezel and Alana Paterson are giving us something colourful to look forward to this summer.
Local artist Janet Wang is the first to be featured on the downtown doughnut shop's new calendar of artist exhibitions.
Dovetailing with culinary New Year’s resolutions, annual Les Dames scholarship applications are being accepted until January 31.
The venerable institution is set to close just before Christmas. There are accepting reservations until the last service.
Skip the mall and shop a tasteful assortment of locally made kids stuff while sipping hot beverages on December 16th.
The Mountain has been transformed into a "Winter Wonderland" with something to appeal to every variety of festive sensibility.
The pop-up shop will see more than 15 women-owned brands ranging from self-care and clothing to ceramics and textiles.
Vancouver's own chef Alex Chen (of Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar) is in for some stiff competition at the CCC this February.
Learn a new skill, hang out with fellow crafty adults and check off some holiday gifts on Tuesday, November 28th
Head down to Gastown for a rare opportunity to taste and learn about the new generation of sakes
Art enthusiasts have until Saturday night to put in their bids on works by over 50 local and international artists.
Put on your eating pants! We have less than two weeks to scarf all the pie at this much-loved comfort food joint.
Where to raise your glasses, forks and chopsticks while resting your tired feet between artistic adventures this weekend.
Sensory Cinema gets set to translate 'Lost In Translation' into an edible experience in Whistler. Get your tickets before they're gone!
BBQ, taco happy hour parties, an inspired Nobu long table dinner ... there's a lot of tasty going on at SIDECUT in November.