Sean link-checks fighting fascists, "very fine people" playing Call of Duty, and politicians preaching from positions of white privilege.
The astronomical event of the decade may have come and gone, but that doesn't mean you won't be able to see it again.
North Cascades National Park is less than three hours from Vancouver. Campsites can usually be had without reservations, and campfires are still OK!
Our agenda of cool things we are doing, wishing we could do, or conspiring to do in Vancouver from August 16 to August 22, 2017
"Must Be This Tall To Ride" Runs August 17th to September 25th at Kafka's Coffee & Tea on Main Street
What do Tom Waits, The Rolling Stones and The Kills all have in common? They're loved by this guy.
Reactions from Charlottesville and preparing for a gathering of similarly-minded assholes at Vancouver's own City Hall.
Andrew Tavukciyan is the winner of the Vancouver Mural Festival's Independent Mural Contest, as voted by the public.
Lower Mount Pleasant was one of the first areas outside of Vancouver's downtown to be developed for residential use. First came houses, then came war. See what remains to this day...
This beauty is super striking in its brightly coloured relief, and so what if it's all in German?
The new film follows the two actors as they dine - often hilariously - at exceptional restaurants.
Sean links out to fishing spot mysteries and the history of foreign real estate investment in Vancouver.
Jane Q. Cheng has made an art career out of imitation by immersing herself within the spaces, practices and lives of her chosen artists.
The "illustrator + garment maker, dog petter and general weirdo" will be selling them at Eastside Flea this weekend.
The house is wrapped in Western Red Cedar and features an office, an in/out fireplace, high ceilings and lots of windows.
Our agenda of cool things we are doing, wishing we could do, or conspiring to do in Vancouver from August 9 to August 15, 2017
The play premieres September 7th at Performance Works on Granville Island, and we can't wait to see it!
Let's hope this smoke finally clears soon because we have a big deal solar eclipse on the way!
“Protecting a view corridor is just one of the many ways in which City Hall can take a brave stand against the developers who bankroll them…”
This fellow holds it down with great drinks (and tunes) at the much loved Camp Upstairs on Main Street.
Sean Orr rewrites a headline or two while calling attention to tech angst, dead geese and the evolution of intelligence
Spoiler alert: one of them involves the eating of tacos and the drinking of beer!
We dig the simple, retro aesthetic and how the circular shape can act as a mood-inducing diffuser
Our bellies are still a little full from the Powell Street Festival. Here's what we saw (and ate)...
The self-taught artist creates paintings and drawings that are full of energy and immediacy
All one needs is some courage and a Japanese/International driver's license...
Sean Orr on overcooked trophy fish, the cringe-worthy Rolling Stone interview with Justin Trudeau, our eagerness to give the Saudis toys they don't deserve, and much more.
As I discovered on a recent visit to Strathcona Beer Company, where a killer playlist including PJ Harvey, Dinosaur Jr. and Iggy Pop was blaring out of the speakers, McInnes has close ties to the music industry, with a past life as a DJ.