Two art school grads and lifelong friends are celebrating Cinco de Mayo by launching a pop-up featuring their awesome piñatas.
She's mastered the food pun so be sure to have a couple in your arsenal when you see her at East Van's upcoming Got Craft festival.
These historic gems were common a 100 years ago. Now they're disappearing fast. Let this map/essay lead you to those that remain.
The latest read of the headlines has Sean wondering about the minimum wage hike and how cauldrons brew in echo chambers.
The new festival includes a variety of events such as behind-the-scenes experiences, workshops, talks, tastings, guided tours and more.
Experience the artist's robotic cinematic experience via 'Watching and Dreaming' at the Surrey Art Gallery, now until June 10.
In his latest read of the news headlines, Sean antagonizes other provinces and imagines reading the constitution in an Ottawa basement.
With good weather approaching, we saw this 215 sqft island designed for Copenhagen's harbour and got covetous about it.
It's an exciting time for a former cook whose line of all-natural, cannabis-based products (eg. "Orgasm Oil") is about to enter a new realm.
A read of recent news headlines has Sean opining on Mayoral candidates and trying to make sense of Notley's chess game.
It's been raining so much that it's OK to wonder what would happen if it never stopped. The answer isn't pretty...
Proudly self-taught, this young artist illustrates and addresses her inner ogre in a style that's crude, colourful and hard to look away from.
We want this beautiful Welsh hideaway - clad in local slate with an interior of birch plywood - a lot closer to home.
Co-owner Kim Koch fills us in on the regal, literary and personal inspirations that were bred into the shop's poised pup icon.
"Even though we've gone all the way to the Stanley Cup Final three times, my biggest Canucks thrill of all time remains The Shift."
A look back at The Beachcombers, the long-running TV show that put Gibsons on every Canadian's radar.
Portland anarchists decided to radically intercede where their city had failed them, taking direct action to the streets, literally.
In the latest scan of the headlines, Sean sees bad April Fool's jokes and gawks at the political intersection of cruelty and incompetence.
This is the second in a three-volume series, the first of which inspired the Capture Photography Festival's feature exhibit, 'The Blue Hour.'
Trying to make sense of one of Canada's top food cities in just a few days (with a side trip to the Eastern Townships).
The folks behind Eastside Flea have secured a 20,000 sqft building on Prior St. and hope to have its studios ready for occupation by May 1st.
Tickets for the Vancouver Design Week special edition of PechaKucha Night (May 8th) just went on sale. Snag 'em while you can!
In his latest read of the news headlines, Sean Orr laments lazy and jingoistic journalism and seeks to radicalize construction workers...
Speaking at the 10th edition are four women working at the cutting edge of the make-up, life/business coaching, and fitness industries.
The genre-fluid experimental jazz foursome is hurrying back from their April 8th gig in Victoria to honour us with a second performance!
In this You Should Know photo essay, Christine Hagemoen traces evidence of the route of the old Georgia East streetcar line.
It's hardly surprising that tickets for the special April 12th workshop are sold out...but there's still hope for a second chance!
Prepare to be provoked and amused on your next commute as Capture Photo Fest's 'The Blue Hour' takes over four city facades.