TEA & TWO SLICES | On Ghomeshi Vexation & An Old White Man’s Discoveries in Chinatown

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Ghomeshi Vexation & An Old White Man’s Discoveries in Chinatown

by Sean Orr | Via Buzzfeed: I Hope The Ghomeshi Verdict Makes You Fucking Furious. It most certainly does, but then again, so does pretty much everything I read in the news. Maybe the verdict wasn't such a surprise because it happens all the time. Rage is great, but official complaints are better. So is education. Perhaps we stop teaching women to be congenial at all times? Does this mean that women have to be better at being victims? One of the victims says yes, and is helping… more 

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Threatening Malls And Horrible Ideas For Aboriginal Education

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Threatening Malls And Horrible Ideas For Aboriginal Education

by Sean Orr | You leave our fucking malls out of this! Al-Shabaab video urges attack on West Edmonton Mall. Yeah, but have you even seen that mall? It's… more 

GOODS | Chef Felix Zhou Creates New Years’ Eve Menus Featuring Truffles At The Parker

GOODS | Chef Felix Zhou Creates New Years’ Eve Menus Featuring Truffles At The Parker

The GOODS from The Parker Vancouver, BC | Designed for all dietary concerns, Chef Felix has created two gorgeous menus high-lighted by savoury Perigold and… more 

DINER | Inside “Sai Woo” – Opening Soon On East Pender Street In The Heart Of Chinatown

DINER | Inside “Sai Woo” – Opening Soon On East Pender Street In The Heart Of Chinatown

by Andrew Morrison | Sai Woo is coming back. The 6,000 sqft space at 158 East Pender Street in Chinatown is best remembered as New Town Bakery (1980-2010), but… more 

1,000 COOL THINGS ABOUT VANCOUVER | Beautiful Views From A Parkade In Chinatown

1,000 COOL THINGS ABOUT VANCOUVER | Beautiful Views From A Parkade In Chinatown

The next cool thing is the top floor and roof of the Chinatown Plaza parkade on the southeast corner of Columbia and Keefer in Chinatown. From here you can… more 

GOODS | #Beholder Pop-Up set to Launch in Chinatown on Dec. 2nd, Continue to Dec. 6

GOODS | #Beholder Pop-Up set to Launch in Chinatown on Dec. 2nd, Continue to Dec. 6

The GOODS from THISOPENSPACE Vancouver, BC | With December just around the corner, there are only two pop-ups remaining in the calendar at our Chinatown store… more 

GOODS | Chef Felix Zhou Steps Into His First Executive Role At “The Parker” On Union St.

GOODS | Chef Felix Zhou Steps Into His First Executive Role At “The Parker” On Union St.

The GOODS from The Parker Vancouver, BC | The Parker is excited to introduce one of Canada’s prodigious young talents, Chef Felix Zhou. Originally from… more 

GOODS | Chinatown’s “Bestie” Gets Set To Pour Cups Of Liquid Gold Over Cider Week

GOODS | Chinatown’s “Bestie” Gets Set To Pour Cups Of Liquid Gold Over Cider Week

The GOODS from Bestie Vancouver, BC | There's a lot of talk about craft cider these days and up here in the Pacific Northwest we grow a lot of apples. The… more 

HEADS UP | “Portraits Of Brief Encounters” Show & Game Set For Tonight In Chinatown

HEADS UP | “Portraits Of Brief Encounters” Show & Game Set For Tonight In Chinatown

by Grady Mitchell | A new show/event/game called Portraits of Brief Encounters takes place tonight (November 12) at thisopenspace in Chinatown (434 Columbia… more 

GOODS | Discover How To Make Your Own Bitters At The Modern Bartender Nov. 25th

GOODS | Discover How To Make Your Own Bitters At The Modern Bartender Nov. 25th

The GOODS from The Modern Bartender Vancouver, BC | Cole Benoit, the proprietor of The Apothecary Bitters company, will be co-hosting, sampling his bitter… more 

GOODS | Seven Cool Pop-Ups Scheduled For November At @thisopenspace In Chinatown

GOODS | Seven Cool Pop-Ups Scheduled For November At @thisopenspace In Chinatown

The GOODS from THISOPENSPACE Vancouver, BC | There’s seven new pop-up concepts at our Chinatown store in November. The month starts with a few quick pop-up… more 

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #517 | Heady Show Opens At New Serpens Gallery In Chinatown

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #517 | Heady Show Opens At New Serpens Gallery In Chinatown

by Grady Mitchell | The new Serpens Gallery (replacing the Positive Negative Gallery at 436 Columbia St.) opened its first - and very Halloween-appropriate… more 

GOODS | La Mezcaleria & Chinatown’s El Kartel Pairing Up For “Dia De Los Muertos”

GOODS | La Mezcaleria & Chinatown’s El Kartel Pairing Up For “Dia De Los Muertos”

The GOODS from La Mezcaleria Vancouver, BC | On November 1st, El Kartel, La Mezcaleria and Tribe Collaborative are bringing Mexican tradition to Vancouver with… more 

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