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"Hint: it has something to with an artist, shadow puppets and making cider illegally on the holy day." - co-owner Patrick Connelly.
This waxed cotton, roll top backpack from East Van would make a great Christmas gift for West Coast wanderers.
The venerable institution is set to close just before Christmas. There are accepting reservations until the last service.
Have you ever introduced your deserving mouth to a wheel of Port-soaked stilton cheese? It just arrived in Vancouver, so pounce!
Skip the mall and shop a tasteful assortment of locally made kids stuff while sipping hot beverages on December 16th.
As it turns out Callister Brewing's roots run deep in East Vancouver, with the co-founder's grandfather having lived under Callister Park.
You can snag a signed copy of Ryan Heshka's 'Fatales' at his book signing at Lucky's Comics on Friday, December 8th.
Eating the same dishes Chinese-Canadians commonly enjoyed in Vancouver long before the British relinquished sovereignty of Hong Kong.
We get caught up imagining this slick, stylish, sexy tonkatsu spot in New York City being relocated to the heart of Commercial Drive.
Only 50 of these bookish tote-and-poetry duos were made and they were all gone before we could finish articulating our hope for one.
Got Craft? maker Little Feral's Macrame Workshop on Monday, December 11th is one you'll not want to miss!
The bright, 1,800 sqft corner address in the newly constructed Boheme building is three blocks east of the original spot at Hastings and Woodland.
The artist has come a long way since her ceramic potato days...she's one of 30 artisans participating in this year's TOQUE craft fair.
Kevin Kent, knife aficionado and CEO of Knifewear, wields his wisdom on knives for home cooks, professionals and blade enthusiasts.
A gas-fired weirdo loaded up with pineapple, crumbled pistachios and capicola ham amplified by a neon-intense jalapeno crema.
Learn a new skill, hang out with fellow crafty adults and check off some holiday gifts on Tuesday, November 28th
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.
From Iron Mike to Baywatch babes, the common denominator in these works are the artist's personal fascinations.
"My uncle rocked a hand-drawn East Van Cross on his t-shirt back in 1972."
We pay a pre-Eastside Culture Crawl visit to learn what continues to drive the prolific local artist.
Klee's latest show opens at the Sugar Cube Cabin on November 9 in conjunction with The Pie Shoppe's 5th anniversary celebration.
The 40 seater is opening in the middle of November at 1858 Commercial Drive (the old Waves Coffee location)