We drove from Victoria to Sooke and Port Renfrew before cutting across to the Cowichan Valley, and this is what we saw.
Track the designer down at the Maritime Labour Centre on December 8/9 for the annual Got Craft? Holiday Edition market.
Vancouver's largest indie craft fair returns to the Maritime Centre from December 8th & 9th, and we've got our eyes on a few things!
"You know, sometimes the territorial acknowledgement feels a little rushed and insincere, but that was a really good one..."
We caught up with Alberta Randall during the silly season to talk about - among a great many other things - her journey so far...
In his latest read of the news headlines, Sean Orr learns that Canada is a tinderbox for populism and white fragility is real.
This short video provides historical and scientific perspectives on vinyl records and details how they sonically compare to digital.
An agenda of the things we are doing, wishing we could do, or are conspiring to do in Vancouver from Dec. 5 to Dec. 11, 2018.
In this long-form Q&A, we get to know a local creative whose sustainable and ethically-sourced textiles go to the fibre of her being.
Headed up the coast for the holiday season? We've mapped a route through the festive action, because the good times start now.
The latest edition of our 'Vancouverites' series is a Q&A with local designer Alex Henderson, who you'll find at TOQUE this weekend.
All November, Ibis hotels in Zurich and Geneva have been leasing 'social media sitters' to their guests, who post on their behalf.
In his latest read of the news headlines, Sean Orr ponders the fate of settler-colonial fish and the death of a giant.
Strange Fellows' craft market runs Dec. 6 - 8 and is just the place to score gifts for your more peculiar friends and family members.
How commercial interests, social engineering politicians, pigeons and people shaped the Downtown Eastside's "living room".
An astronaut captured this breathtaking footage of the Russian Progress MS-10 cargo spacecraft punching through our atmosphere.
This long form Q & A will introduce you to the talented young woman behind the East Van accessory company, Your Bag of Holding.
The Western Front's annual fundraising event is our go-to place to scoop up holiday goodies from some of Vancouver's best makers, and it's happening November 30th to December 2nd.
In his latest read of the news headlines, Sean learns of lines poorly drawn and people rage-throwing their own poop.
"If I could live anywhere I wanted in Vancouver, it would be in the Hotel Europe's second floor patio suite overlooking Gastown..."
In his latest read of the news headlines, Sean Orr learns about lower body surgeries and discovers that Stephen Harper is still lame.
We love posting photographs that reveal the views through the windows of our readers. We hope you'll consider sharing yours!
Blue Note Records' graphic designer Reid Miles combined photography and typography in such a way as to define the medium.
In this long read interview with local artist Christine Moulson, we talk process, inspiration, family, branding, beer and more.
In his latest read of the news headlines, Sean Orr chides a local broadcaster and wonders at conservatives going fact-free.
We don't think this applies to Vancouver's geography, but it's nevertheless an interesting (and quickly explained) hypothesis.
If you've ever wondered what your face would look like if it turned towards the most powerful wind in history, here you go...
In his latest read of the news headlines, Sean Orr learns of Olympic promises and how hard it can be to pretend to be poor.