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"When I was a kid I thought the Chevron Barge was full of cigarettes because my Mom bought smokes at our corner Chevron..."
'Little Juke', the second location of Juke Fried Chicken, will be opening for trial runs on Davie Street starting Thursday night.
The Chinatown favourite is launching a new location before the end of the summer at 1074 Davie St. in the West End.
This house in Tokyo rises up from the street like a concrete organism, twisting and sprouting limbs in tree-like fashion.
Funds from the event will go towards making Canada's largest public contemporary Asian art gallery bigger, better and more accessible.
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.
Congratulations to the ownership and staff of Espana on Denman Street. Here's hoping for another five years!
Andrew Tavukciyan is the winner of the Vancouver Mural Festival's Independent Mural Contest, as voted by the public.
In weather like this it's important to know where your closest source of good ice cream is. This is one of our go-tos in the West End.
Imagining Australian artist James Tapscott literally "cool" installation much closer to home...