Tight Club's Keighty Gallagher just sent us a cool short video that immediately made us want to get outside and move.
An agenda of the things we are doing, wishing we could do, or are conspiring to do in Vancouver from June 20 to June 26, 2018
Designed by Aranza de Arino (and available on Airbnb), it's close to the big wave surfer's paradise of Puerto Escondido.
This domino tower took four days to build using 5,550 blocks, and its destruction took just 46 immensely satisfying seconds.
Austrian artist Erwin Wurm transformed an old VW bus into a bizarre, oddly obese food truck of sorts, and we want it for our sea wall.
How to eat and drink exceptionally well between unforgettable swims with dolphins and sharks in the Sea of Cortez.
Heading to Tofino this summer? Take this handy, mobile-friendly map/guide of good things to eat, drink and do with you!
Few have set foot in Nicosia Airport since the Turkish invasion of Cyprus resulted in the forbidden zone that now contains it.
Sean Orr's latest read of the local headlines wonders at another Ford victory and peacocks doing their feathered best against excess.
The annual celebration of Italian heritage is one of our great entertainment assets -- 14 blocks of delicious things to eat, drink, see and do!
This minimalist, perspective-compressing 2016 home in Japan would suit an out-of-the-way slice of the Lower Mainland.
Made of concrete strengthened with fibreglass and originally subsidized by the Dutch government, these futuristic homes from 1984 are awesome.
Sean's latest read of the news headlines finds heroes and villains in Point Grey and Trudeau buying a bag of magic beans.
A South African furniture design company has made a 3m x 2m 'New York City Carpet' and we're a little covetous of it.
...where we discuss dreamworlds, misplaced nostalgia, Wandering Albatrosses and a (possible future) career as a whale tattoo artist.
Our '1,000 Cool Things About Vancouver' series continues with a no brainer: Vancouver Craft Beer Week
Carlos Marega made a huge impact on the look and feel of early Vancouver, and many of his works remained treasured civic icons.
Our ancestors ignited a relationship between ourselves and photons that changed the course of mankind and continues to evolve to this day.
In his latest read of the headlines, Sean is reminded of how screwed Millennials are how BC was always going to mess up marijuana.
The interdisciplinary artist, activist and Tahltan First Nation member's works are visually compelling and politically pertinent. Take a look:
This house in Tokyo rises up from the street like a concrete organism, twisting and sprouting limbs in tree-like fashion.
Three friends took a military surplus runway control vehicle from London to Bulawayo in 1959, documenting their trip in colour.
Sean Orr's latest read of the local headlines finds parking meters accepting tips (satire) and more outrage from mouth breathers.
"Three of my top five most intimate and memorable shows of all time were staged among the crates at Zulu..."
As this short doc reminds us, true human connections are almost never established in settings that can be described as "cheerful".
The new lifestyle shop is located in the old Salmagundi West space (the tip of the old flat-iron building) at 321 West Cordova St.
From drag racing and delicious ice bars to forest hikes and farmers markets, check out these cool things to do on the coast this month.
In his latest read of the local headlines, Sean listens to more whining from the over-privileged and gives credit to clergy for courage.