VANCOUVERITES | Getting Steeped With The Creator Of Eureka Tea, Miranda Hudson

VANCOUVERITES | Getting Steeped With The Creator Of Eureka Tea, Miranda Hudson

We recently came across Eureka Tea, a new line of locally produced tea. It’s just one of Miranda Hudson’s many creative projects. With a background in graphic design and brand management, a line of all-natural ecologically conscious candles (Feest), and

SWAG: Say Hello To Pecha Kucha Speaker Kim Peacock (And Win A Pair Of Tickets!)

SWAG: Say Hello To Pecha Kucha Speaker Kim Peacock (And Win A Pair Of Tickets!)

Pecha Kucha Night Vol. 27 goes down tomorrow night at the Vogue Theatre. We have a pair of tickets to give away right now. Here’s what you need to do… 1) “Like” this post (and Scout on Facebook if you

VANCOUVERITES: On Roaring Hood Vents & NOFX With Chef Todd Bright Of Wild Rice

VANCOUVERITES: On Roaring Hood Vents & NOFX With Chef Todd Bright Of Wild Rice

We’ve been fans of Wild Rice since it opened way back in 2001. Over the years it has proven to be one of the most consistent restaurants in town, staying true to owner Andrew Wong’s original concept of a restaurant

VANCOUVERITES: Talking Shop & Inspiration With “Camp + Quarry” Designer Sarah Rankin

VANCOUVERITES: Talking Shop & Inspiration With “Camp + Quarry” Designer Sarah Rankin

Sarah Rankin is a West Coaster, a Jewelry and Landscape Designer, a dog owner, tree hugger, and a mess maker. Her jewelry line, Camp + Quarry,  is nature-inspired and made right here in Vancouver.  From hand-dyed organic textiles to raw crystal

VANCOUVERITES: Local Artist Andy Dixon Answers All Sixty Of Our Pointed Questions

VANCOUVERITES: Local Artist Andy Dixon Answers All Sixty Of Our Pointed Questions

photo: Jason Lang Andy Dixon is a local artist and musician. He will be taking the stage at Pecha Kucha Night this April 26th to talk about his work and what inspires it. Since not every Scout reader could score

“Bartender Of The Year” Simon Kaulback On Horses And Flying

“Bartender Of The Year” Simon Kaulback On Horses And Flying

Simon Kaulback is a veteran barman in Vancouver’s cocktail scene and the manager of Gastown’s popular Boneta restaurant (due to move to new digs later this Spring). He was recently named 2011 Bartender of the Year by a jury of

Nine Candid Minutes With Star Chef & Restaurateur Vikram Vij

Nine Candid Minutes With Star Chef & Restaurateur Vikram Vij

Vikram Vij is a man requiring little in the way of introduction, but here goes… The owner of Vij’s and Rangoli (with another on the way) is inarguably one of the most celebrated (and coolest) chefs in North America. He

25 Questions In 11 Minutes With City Style Savant Rebecca Tay

25 Questions In 11 Minutes With City Style Savant Rebecca Tay

We love Rebecca Tay, and not least because sharing oxygen with her at a party, show, restaurant or sidewalk is to participate in the manufacture of a jolly good time. The local writer has supplied cases of her words to

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