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Developed in Puerto Rico, the Lift eFoil allows its rider to cruise silently above the surface of the water at speeds up to 40 km an hour.
If the Danish city of Aarhus can open public baths in their once filthy waterway, why can't we do something similar here?
With solar panels on its A-frame, the stilted construction has very little impact on its immediate environment and did not require building permits because of its diminutive size.
The annual good time on Northeast False Creek brings together many of the city’s best restaurants to do their carnivorous best to impress a sold out crowd of meat-loving beer drinkers.
In our first addition/amendment to our ever-evolving Craft Beer Atlas of Vancouver, we focus on a veteran brewery with a superb location.
The project has been a dream of former line cook and motorcycle enthusiast Ryan Valade's for years. Now it is finally coming to fruition.
The apron aficionado behind Search and Rescue Denim fills us in on his favourite places to eat and drink around Vancouver.
South Korea's Jeju Island is a long way from Vancouver's West Side, but we think its Simsim Cafe would be a great fit hereabouts.
The annual Brewery and the Beast festival of meat and beer easily cracks our 1,000 Cool Things About Vancouver list.
West 4th's new Their There has quickly gained a rep for its tasty baked goods, but its sandwiches deserve your mouth's attention too.
Kits Beach would be a shoe-in for our 1,000 Cool Things About Vancouver project if it wasn't so damn obvious. This makes more sense.
Scenes from Chef David Gunawan's multiple award-winning South Granville restaurant in the final stage of its 2013 construction.
Daniel Boulud's DB Bistro Moderne opened in the midst of the 2008 financial meltdown and closed to the frustration of many in 2011.
The fine folks of the award-winning AnnaLena are nearly finished their new cafe on West 4th. Take a closer look inside!
The new location will replace the one at Cambie and Broadway, which is slated to host its final service on June 24th.
Austrian artist Erwin Wurm transformed an old VW bus into a bizarre, oddly obese food truck of sorts, and we want it for our sea wall.
Pete Ciuffa wants to teach you to make pasta like an "Italian Mamma" at his Pasta & Pizza cooking classes this summer.
Made of concrete strengthened with fibreglass and originally subsidized by the Dutch government, these futuristic homes from 1984 are awesome.
The Parkside Brewery ‘Trunkline’ India White Ale reads like it will be delicious, and we want to confirmation of this from our mouths...
Chef Mike Robbins and Jeffrey Parr have just taken possession of the recently vacated Mission Kits location (closed Sunday).
AnnaLena's newest iteration of a menu mainstay is a dead ringer for a fast food staple combo that is no longer what it used to be...
"Three of my top five most intimate and memorable shows of all time were staged among the crates at Zulu..."
The cocktail pro shows us exactily where he prefers to breakfast, lunch, dinner, sip late night and take advantage of Happy Hour.
For this edition of The Dishes, the talented bartender was generous enough to show us where he breakfasts, lunches, dines and drinks.
If a restaurant design rhymes, then London's Omar's Place fits the same stanza as Chinatown's Kissa Tanto and Yaletown's Fayuca...
From waking up with breakfast BLTs to wolfing flaming pies, Au Comptoir's chef maps out his ideal food and drink crawl of Vancouver.
With good weather approaching, we saw this 215 sqft island designed for Copenhagen's harbour and got covetous about it.
The fine but casual, two-storey 'Roster' in Finland would fit right into Vancouver's soon-to-be newest neighbourhood.