Grocery Store Clerk Gives Advice on How to Shop During a Global Pandemic

YouTuber and grocery store worker Rebecca Loops talks about how people should be behaving in grocery stores.

Video Demonstration Visualizes How Regular Soap Completely Obliterates Coronavirus

As this explainer video from Vox details, it has to do with erasing the layer of fat that surrounds and protects the structure of the virus.

How Germs Spread on Surfaces // For Those Who Aren’t Taking This Seriously Yet

This short demonstration/experiment by Mark Rober uses UV-reactive powder to show us why we should all be isolating right now.

UPDATED // Vancouver’s Aragon Properties Provides Shining Example of How to Suck in a Crisis

It might just be that greed is immune to everything, even shame. Don't let this example set the tone. We are so much better than this!

A Letter from the Editor

I can only speak for myself and my family, but from today forward it’s take-out, delivery and home cooking only.

What the Latest OpenTable Restaurant Reservations Data Tells Us

The very latest restaurant performance informations shows the public is taking the concept of 'social distancing' to heart.

Treat Your Senses to Some Foraging Fun at the 4th Annual Truffle Festival

Prepare your senses, because it's almost time for the fourth annual Truffle Festival -- February 29th and March 1st.

Chinatown’s Mamie Taylor’s to Close This Weekend

Owner Ron Oliver has sold the seven-year old restaurant at 251 East Georgia Street. The closing party is this Sunday, February 23rd.

Heading South? Frieze Art Fair Goes Down in Los Angeles This Weekend

Frieze will once again be held at Paramount Picture Studios with over 70 galleries participating from the U.S. and around the world.

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Eight Cool Art Happenings We’re Looking Forward to Checking Out This Month

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Here’s a round-up of just some of the exhibitions and arts events you don’t want to miss this month. Bonus: all are free to attend!

Don’t Miss the Fortune Food Fair In Chinatown on Sunday, January 26th

The Fortune Food Fair is a gathering of 7 local vendors offering everything from bao and dumplings to wonton and kimchi.

Pie Shoppe’s Stephanie French to Host Winter Pie Making Workshops

This is your last chance of the season to bank some killer pie-making skills before the Pie Shoppe sisters kick off their sabbatical.

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Where to Steam and Sauna in Vancouver, Mapped

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From the luxurious steam rooms at hotel spas to community centres and gyms, Vancouver offers a range of detoxifying venues.

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Fjällräven Giving Away Family Passes to Canada’s National Parks on Boxing Day

Valued at $116, the Discovery Pass offers 12 months of unlimited access to history, nature and fun at over 80 National Parks across Canada.

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Ten Delicious Holiday Brunch Options, Mapped

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We've poked around some of our favourite brunch spots and confirmed this list of options for indulging your holiday hangovers.

Five Reasons We’re Looking Forward to the Second Coming of Krampusmarkt

We can't wait for the 'Oddly Exquisite Kristmas Market' collaboration between OH Studios and Strange Fellows, December 6 - 8th!

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Seven Cool Art Happenings We’re Looking Forward to Checking Out This Month

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Kristin Lim looks ahead to see what good and interesting things are waiting for us in the local art scene.

Krampusmarkt to Bring ‘Oddly Exquisite’ Offerings to East Van, December 6-8

The season's most deviant holiday craft fair and celebration is making its second coming at Strange Fellows Brewing.

What Every Vancouver Food Lover Should Be Doing For Brunch This Sunday

Alex Chen, David Hawksworth, Ned Bell and a dozen other local culinary greats want to cook for you this weekend.

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An Eating & Drinking Guide to the 23rd Annual Eastside Culture Crawl

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We've mapped out some great place that will keep your energy up while exploring all the galleries and studios of East Van.

New Documentary on the Magic of Mushrooms to Screen in East Van

This film looks beautiful, smart and informative. Stick around after the show for a discussion with the director, Louie Schwartzberg!

New Brick and Mortar Location of ‘Itsumo’ Now Open in Mount Pleasant

From textiles and tea accessories to writing and cooking tools, everything that's available in this store has a higher purpose.

Celebrated Portland Chef in Town to Collaborate on a Special Multi-Course Feast

This sounds one of those meals that will be forever seared into the memories of those lucky enough to have forked their way through it.

Get Ready for the First Ever ‘Uncorked: A Celebration of the Science of Wine’

On November 14th, Science World will transform into a veritable wine universe for this one-night-only inaugural event.

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Seven Cool Art Happenings We’re Looking Forward to Checking Out This Month

7 Places

Kristin Lim looks ahead to see what good and interesting things are waiting for us in the local art scene.

Flashlight Mysteries In the Dark Set for Deas Island on October 19th

The fantasy inspired nocturnal event is part escape room, puzzle and two kilometre lantern-lit trail race.

BC Chefs Start Countdown to Cooks Camp, 2020

"We need to change how the hospitality industry operates. The ones to change it are the ones dedicated and in love with it. "

On Upcycling Design Philosophies and Restoring Memories With Che Kehoe

The Lux Assemblage designer is one of the incredible line-up of participants in this year's Address Assembly (Sept. 26-29).