The Head Brewer and learned craft beer lover's picks range from political punk and uplifting island vibes to good ol' fashioned grunge.
Developed in Puerto Rico, the Lift eFoil allows its rider to cruise silently above the surface of the water at speeds up to 40 km an hour.
If the Danish city of Aarhus can open public baths in their once filthy waterway, why can't we do something similar here?
With solar panels on its A-frame, the stilted construction has very little impact on its immediate environment and did not require building permits because of its diminutive size.
The annual good time on Northeast False Creek brings together many of the city’s best restaurants to do their carnivorous best to impress a sold out crowd of meat-loving beer drinkers.
In our first addition/amendment to our ever-evolving Craft Beer Atlas of Vancouver, we focus on a veteran brewery with a superb location.
The apron aficionado behind Search and Rescue Denim fills us in on his favourite places to eat and drink around Vancouver.
The annual Brewery and the Beast festival of meat and beer easily cracks our 1,000 Cool Things About Vancouver list.
Austrian artist Erwin Wurm transformed an old VW bus into a bizarre, oddly obese food truck of sorts, and we want it for our sea wall.
Made of concrete strengthened with fibreglass and originally subsidized by the Dutch government, these futuristic homes from 1984 are awesome.
If a restaurant design rhymes, then London's Omar's Place fits the same stanza as Chinatown's Kissa Tanto and Yaletown's Fayuca...
With good weather approaching, we saw this 215 sqft island designed for Copenhagen's harbour and got covetous about it.
The fine but casual, two-storey 'Roster' in Finland would fit right into Vancouver's soon-to-be newest neighbourhood.
We turn the questions on the artist whose "Should I Be Worried?" installation currently queries the city from False Creek.
Chefs Angus An, Hamid Salimian, Joël Watanabe and Robert Belcham have joined forces to open Popina Canteen this summer.
"One of the best, most delicious harbingers of summer in Vancouver is the beginning of the spot prawn season..."
"One doesn't leave Granville Island Public Market without at least a half dozen Honey Dips from Lee's. What we're you thinking?"
When a dozen of the world's best bartenders come together to create a whisky with the likes of Auchentoshan, you need to give it a shot.
This beauty by local ceramicist Kristine Aguilar is the perfect teapot for daily brewing our way through every day of winter.
Cinara & Autostrada owners Lucais Syme and Dustin Dockendorf aim to have the Venetian-inspired eatery open by mid-February.
Our friends at Emily Carr University Library – put together a selection of books on idiosyncratic works and artistic processes...
Creekside Community Centre is set to host a unique market experience showcasing local illustrators, animators and designers.
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 8th annual Farms to Forks event has us drooling at the prospect of a return to the classroom! Check out the list of participating chefs...
The play premieres September 7th at Performance Works on Granville Island, and we can't wait to see it!
The dizzyingly meaty smells on Sunday were coming from Brewery & The Beast...
Alicia updated me on the concept, describing it to me more as a cafe than a tasting bar.