Busier than ever (with a second location on the horizon), the young and talented Chinatown bartender pours us a deep dive Q & A.
One of Vancouver's most interesting young artists talks life, work, inspiration, past and future in this long read interview.
Durrell's debut doc is screening at The Cinematheque from July 5 - 11th. Don't miss this fascinating entry into Canada's film canon!
...where we discuss dreamworlds, misplaced nostalgia, Wandering Albatrosses and a (possible future) career as a whale tattoo artist.
The interdisciplinary artist, activist and Tahltan First Nation member's works are visually compelling and politically pertinent. Take a look:
The typically wine-loving chef explains the inspiration behind Chicha's 2nd beer dinner with Strange Fellows Brewing, happening on May 29th.
For this edition of The Dishes, the talented bartender was generous enough to show us where he breakfasts, lunches, dines and drinks.
Meet the woman behind the local line-up of personified jams and find out about her seasonal, personal and fictional inspirations.
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.
The Saskatchewan import dishes on the art of restraint, Daniel Day Lewis and tucking in curse words for colour.
Experience the artist's robotic cinematic experience via 'Watching and Dreaming' at the Surrey Art Gallery, now until June 10.
The New Breed series continues with an interview with a young cook who plates Spanish tapas with a side of conversation in Gastown.
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.
When the industry veteran isn't behind the line at Gastown's new Coquille Fine Seafood he's making full and delicious use of his days off.
We turn the questions on the artist whose "Should I Be Worried?" installation currently queries the city from False Creek.
We asked the local champion of the plant-based lifestyle (and maker of to-die-for baked goods) about her favourite eating and drinking spots.
Holy Hum kicks off his North American tour in April, punctuated by a stint at Vancouver's York Theatre on March 21st
The co-owner/co-chef of the award-winning Kissa Tanto takes maps out some of his favourite food and drink spots in Vancouver.
Ever since they came onto the scene 18 months ago, Twin Sails has played a big role in BC’s craft beer trade. These are the guys behind it.
We pull the ear off the Secret Supper Chef, Sommelier, Forager and Educator, who is just back from Thailand and newly inspired.
Local boy Sean Nelson just won the title of BC’s Best Sommelier for 2018. Now he sets his sights on an even bigger prize.
Touching on food, inspiration, craft and stories of shots not taken, Vancouver's Paul Melo speaks volumes in this new interview.
We chatted with the man behind the scenes of Vancouver's secret show series as he prepares for the next gig on February 24.
We had a good chat with the talented British-born artist as she was preparing for her Eastside Flea debut on February 10th.
After falling in love with her vegetable-tanned bags, we just had to know more about this multi-talented Vancouverite.
The polymath was in town last week. We chatted about his new book and bar, plus the importance of socio-political awareness.
We're still a little sore that H abandoned us, but we still miss the hell out of him and the joy he brought to his craft.
From anticipating marriage to waxing the benefits of certain curse words, this champ pulls no punches in an inspiring Q & A.