Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts played delicious host to "From Farms to Forks" last night and it was all kinds of good times.
It has been estimated that over 100,000 people attended the Climate March this past Friday. It felt like a hell of a lot more.
Visualising the indelible and far-reaching impact of an idiosyncratic Belgian-Moroccan restaurant on Beatty Street.
While it's clear the intention was to restore the facade to its former glory, many will undoubtedly miss its faded and rusted patina.
Good people celebrating good people is a good thing, as evidenced here in this 33 Acres video spotlight on Community Thrift & Vintage.
The upcoming artisanal flour miller, dry goods supplier and bakery just received a very special delivery. Watch how it went down...
Curated by Patrik Andersson of TRAPP Projects, the show brings together photography, painting, drawing, sculpture, and more.
His installation sees hundreds of triangles angled in line to climb up the western wall of the beer-focused restaurant's entrance.
We poked our heads into an industrial building to watch concrete pour as part of an upcoming art exhibition by Omer Arbel.
Food celeb Guy Fieri was in town shooting in Hastings-Sunrise today, parking his '68 Camaro out front of two neighbourhood joints.
What kind of person pours an iced capp on the counter while physically and verbally abusing staff and customers? Alan, that's who.
Anh and Chi, the stylish Vietnamese restaurant on Main Street, represents a lot more than just the delicious sum of its parts.
The Vancouver Public Library is due to unveil the results of its massive renovation/expansion this Saturday at 10am.
The new lifestyle shop is located in the old Salmagundi West space (the tip of the old flat-iron building) at 321 West Cordova St.
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.
The beloved Nova Scotian typically sticks to weather reports, but today he has a special warning for his friends on the opposite coast...
The small Mount Pleasant bookstore is gaining several hundred square feet and a mezzanine art gallery in the March 1st move.
An online mob reacts to Donald Trump's "shithole" comments by hitting his properties - including those in Vancouver - with bad Yelp reviews.
Vancouver ex-pat David Look came home to pay his respects to The Comox before it closed its doors forever.
The magic happens when the chaos of the party collides with the beautifully frantic rhythms of fast-paced professional kitchens.
A plate-side view of an all-veggie collaborative dinner at Edible Canada featuring the kitchen team from The Acorn.
The little thing previously serviced farm equipment before being outfitted with a Nuevo Simonelli White Eagle Espresso Machine.
Our bellies are still a little full from the Powell Street Festival. Here's what we saw (and ate)...
The dizzyingly meaty smells on Sunday were coming from Brewery & The Beast...