The Lux Assemblage designer is one of the incredible line-up of participants in this year's Address Assembly (Sept. 26-29).
The new flick by David Nash and Simon Mark-Brown looks inspiring and relatable to anyone working in BC's wine trade.
The finale screening of the acclaimed 24-hour film is set for September 22nd at The Polygon Gallery.
We narrowed down the deep list of VIFF screenings to just 10 flicks that have us excited to get into a theatre and out of our own heads.
Later this month you can get intimate with ten of the neighbourhood's most interesting buildings.
PICA is once again hosting the annual fundraiser that puts fork-armed foodies right in front of some of BC's best chefs.
The annual charity boxing tournament from Aprons For Gloves is on the immediate horizon (August 20).
The restaurant's Director of Operations clues us into the motivation behind the one-of-a-kind dinner, and details her own dish.
History enthusiasts should take note that on Sunday, August 18th, the Heritage Vancouver Society will put on some walking shoes...
Among the many other art exhibitions going down, the Seattle Art Fair takes place this weekend from August 1-4.
As many in the industry may have heard, chef Nicholas Lim passed away suddenly a couple of weeks ago. He was just 36 years old.
Curated by the East Side Culture Crawl Society, this exhibition is a call to action against the development epidemic.
The latest community journal piece / film from 33 Acres focuses on Sean Partlow, who runs the Back In Five pop-up restaurant in Victoria
The 'progressive latin' restaurant has officially shuttered after nearly three years at 1898 West 1st Avenue in the heart of Kits.
Her latest show is a collection of ‘olfactory objects’ and a painting created during recent residencies in Bulgaria and Vermont.
Kristin Lim maps out a lowdown of several cool things happening this month out in the UBC wilds...
The restaurant, located at 337 E. Hastings St. on the Downtown Eastside, will serve its last seated guests on July 21st.
Meet bees and beekeepers while enjoying honey from their joint labours at this special, one-day-only fundraising event.
The haunted house-themed restaurant and bar from the owner of The Shameful Tiki Room will host its final service on July 7th.
From long table dinners to casual al fresco grazing events, we made a shortlist of great opportunities to eat well outside.
The Cinematheque will be taking viewers to the moon and back with a tribute of sci-fi classics, future-classics and documentaries.
On the Table is once again inviting people across BC to set their tables for a whole new round of discussions from Sept. 26 to Oct. 3.
The al fresco long table event, hosted by local non-profit Fresh Roots, returns for another exceptional dining experience on July 25th.
Bowen Island's beautiful Home Farm will host the culinary team from the popular Vancouver restaurant on July 20th.
Kristin Lim looks ahead to the month of June to see what good things are waiting for us in the local art scene.
This year's event includes two days of incredibly intimate hands-on opportunities to gain first-hand knowledge from four Kyoto artisans.
Kristin Lim looks ahead to the month of May to see what good things are waiting for us in the local art scene.
Now in its sixth year, the primarily wine-focused festival returns to please Vancouver's keener palates, May 23-24