The artist has come a long way since her ceramic potato days...she's one of 30 artisans participating in this year's TOQUE craft fair.
Sean Orr wants a local beer brewed for anti-fascists and learns of a Canadian politician who thinks weed is as bad as fentanyl.
This "72h Cabin" was named after the length of time a study took to come to conclusions about stress reduction. How very fitting!
Kevin Kent, knife aficionado and CEO of Knifewear, wields his wisdom on knives for home cooks, professionals and blade enthusiasts.
A love of vinyl is deep and soulful for Jorden Foss, the owner of the New West brewery. He loves seeing sippers singing along.
A read of the local headlines finds Burb Panzers on fire, bad decisions abounding and plenty of self-serving bullshit.
The Georgia Auditorium might be long gone, but the old concert hall will forever be a big part of our entertainment history.
Learn a new skill, hang out with fellow crafty adults and check off some holiday gifts on Tuesday, November 28th
Art enthusiasts have until Saturday night to put in their bids on works by over 50 local and international artists.
A read of the local headlines reveals bad drivers, horrible politicians and vacuous yearnings in the shallows.
From Iron Mike to Baywatch babes, the common denominator in these works are the artist's personal fascinations.
"My uncle rocked a hand-drawn East Van Cross on his t-shirt back in 1972."
We pay a pre-Eastside Culture Crawl visit to learn what continues to drive the prolific local artist.
Sean Orr's latest read of the local headlines reveals a labour shortage and the Millennium Falcon in Surrey.
This new gadget from Japan aims to overcome a Western cultural sensitivity with wireless audio tech synched to a fork.
Sometimes you don't have all the time in the world to explore a city like Bangkok. But what if you have less than half a day?
Klee's latest show opens at the Sugar Cube Cabin on November 9 in conjunction with The Pie Shoppe's 5th anniversary celebration.
Sean Orr looks at the latest headlines and discovers satirical pitches, shallow sports cars, politics as usual and a mountain of garbage.
Sensory Cinema gets set to translate 'Lost In Translation' into an edible experience in Whistler. Get your tickets before they're gone!
As the Mayor brags about new tech jobs for people who still won't be able to find/afford housing, we want to run away -- specifically here.
"Hi Mom. I made the ferry just in time but it's a milk run so it's probably best that you start dinner without me."
We're fans of Kammok's hammock, so we took an immediate interest when they launched a Kickstarter for waterproof camp blankets last week.
A quick scan of the local headlines suggests we're slowly getting better at satire and that it's still really hard to find affordable housing.
Eduard Locota makes hyper-realistic tables depicting islands and the underwater topography. We want one that's close to home...
Head over to the east side of Mount Pleasant this weekend for ECUAD's art-packed new campus warming event.
A scan of the local headlines sees abuse in Hollywood North, racism in Quebec politics and rich people stealing things.
‘If you think Vancouver is a restrictive bummer now, you should be glad you weren't trying to have fun in the bottle club era!”
Given the option, we think a lot of us would choose to live in a pinecone inspired by the theories of philosopher Michael Foucault...