The GOODS from Heartbreaker Salon
Vancouver, BC | We are looking to expand our team! Heartbreaker Salon is currently seeking a part-time hair stylist proficient in both cutting and colouring. If you are interested in joining our busy crew, please drop off your resume at the address above between Monday and Saturday, 10-6, with Deandra or Karly. Learn more about us after the jump… Read more
(via) So the nightly, eastwardly flight of thousands of crows may not be news to any Vancouverite who has ever looked outside and up at dusk, but this particular murder – shot on Commercial Drive just last week – is nevertheless enough to make Alfred Hitchcock’s knees knock together. I mean, Jesus…
The GOODS from Au Petit Chavignol
Vancouver, BC | Au Petit Chavignol has an immediate opening for a wine savvy General Manager to oversee daily operations of the restaurant. You should have a love of cheese, previous restaurant management experience, ISG / WSET Diploma or equivalent training, a familiarity with staff scheduling, excellent organizational skills, previous experience with beverage costing, control, management, aommitment to quality, and an eye for details. Check after the jump for the job description and details about the restaurant… Read more
Here’s an early heads-up on FeastVan, a brand new, 17 day dining event involving many of the best restaurants of East Vancouver. Help us spread the word far and wide, because from January 20th to February 5th, local foodies and visitors will be invited to enjoy a selection of specially priced three-course meals from Au Petit Chavignol, Red Wagon, Campagnolo Roma, Cafeteria, El Barrio, Les Faux Bourgeois, Two Chefs & A Table, Founders’ Lounge at The Cultch, Fray, and The Waldorf Hotel. We haven’t seen the menus yet, but that sure looks like a tasty line-up!
The participating restaurants will donate $1 to the Vancouver Inner-City Backpack Food Program for every special meal sold. The awesome organisation, which serves the children of Strathcona and the DTES, aims to “bridge the weekend gaps when school food programs are not running” (and is pretty much a breeding ground for saints). Also signed on are the good folks at R&B Brewing, who will be donating a percentage of every delicious keg of East Side Bitter sold during the event. Les Amis du Fromage will do the same for every sale of its kickass macaroni and cheese.
If you own or run a restaurant in East Van and would like to get on board to help out, email Joe Chaput at joe [at] buycheese [dotcom] and he’ll tell you everything that you need to know. Scout will be keeping you abreast of all things FeastVan in the run up to January 2oth, but in the short term, we kindly ask that you spread this initial good word and click after the jump for the rapid-fire FAQ… Read more
by Andrew Morrison | A walk past The Union location in Strathcona (219 Union off Main) the other night showed it nearly finished. The southeast Asian project from the people behind Habit Lounge and The Cascade will seat 84 when it opens between Boxing Day and New Year’s Eve. As you can see from the shots below, the place is looking awesome (yes, those are lyrics from Jimi Hendrix’s “Crosstown Traffic” around the kitchen window). Further details on the upcoming restaurant and bar here.
So we didn’t end up buying anything at last week’s Cheaper Show, when 200 local and international artists put up 400 pieces of art for sale at just $200 each. This bit of genius, a work of Sharpie mastery found taped to a pillar in the midst of the fray when no one was looking, tempted sorely nevertheless.
Bonus: the red dot means it sold.
The GOODS from The Waldorf Hotel
Vancouver, BC | The Vancouver Sometimes Plays Itself series is the first comprehensive showing of some of the earliest, most ambitious and strangest films shot in Vancouver. It is presented by local arts researcher Elvy Del Bianco, who has spent the last year and a half identifying and acquiring Vancouver-set films, and features notable guest speakers, including author Fraser Nixon and actor and UBC professor Tom Scholte. Michael Turner’s On Location 1 (Elvy Del Bianco’s Annotated Film Collection) will screen weekly before each film. Get all the details after the jump… Read more
Reader “L.N.” | Quebec St. | Vancouver, BC | 4:30pm | SHARE YOUR VIEW
We love posting the photographs that reveal the views from our reader’s windows. Whether it’s a back alley in the fall or a sandy beach in high summer, we’re always stoked to see what you see from home, work or the road. Some of our all-time favourite reader submissions after the jump… Read more
The main objective of this website is to scout out and promote the things that make Vancouver such a sweet place to be. We do this with an emphasis on the city’s independent spirit to foster a sense of connectedness within and between our communities, and to introduce our readers to the people who grow and cook our food, play the raddest tunes in our better venues, create our most interesting art, and design everything from what we wear to the spaces we inhabit.
The Scout List is our carefully considered, first rate agenda of super awesome things that we’re either doing, wishing that we could do, or conspiring to do this week. From our calendar to yours… Read more
The GOODS from The Waldorf Hotel
Vancouver, BC | The Waldorf and the Goethe-Institut are proud to present Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s legendary television program as part of our Sunday afternoon screening series, Day for Night. The thirteen episodes and epilogue will be screened through the month of April, four episodes every Sunday afternoon. The entire series will be launched Sunday, April 3rd with an introductory talk by renowned Vancouver artist Stan Douglas. Read more
Converse All Star Mid-Cut Sneaks | Eugene Choo | 3683 Main St | $80
I thought they were just regular Chuck Taylor’s until I gave them a second glance. Check the matching toe and the mid-cut on the ankle. They’re like Vans’ old school chukka boots, which means I Must Have Them…
The GOODS from Two Chefs And A Table
Vancouver, BC | We’ve had lots of demands over the last few months to serve breakfast more often than just Saturday and Sunday. We’ve been asked by our friends in the restaurant and bar trade whose time off comes midweek, locals who can’t wait five days between getting their brunch fix and, well, us–it’s no secret that we love a great breakfast and we think ours is one of the best! So, with that in mind, we’re going to be opening for breakfast from 9:30am – 2:30pm seven days a week starting Monday, March 28th. Read more