Getting out of the house and treating your eyes (and mind) to some art is a great winter activity. This is one photo exhibition that we think looks well-worth hoisting yourself off of the couch (and peeling your eyeballs off of your home screens) for...
A new art show at North Van’s Griffin Art Projects brings together gallerists representing emerging and established artists for a fresh perspective on contemporary art and collecting.
This much-anticipated seasonal release from the North Van distillery is making December look better already...
If a day of tattoos, music, beer and hot dogs sounds like your perfect summertime jam, then this is one party you don't want to miss.
Head to the Maplewood Flats this Saturday, July 30th, for nature activities, a plant sale, music and dance performances, and to stuff your face at the salmon BBQ.
The North Van cidery and tasting room is looking to step up their ciders a notch, by extending an open invitation to local foragers who want to contribute their efforts to the cider-making process. Think new TBD ciders infused with real seasonal, BC ingredients and flavours.
We recently took a tour around Shaketown Brewing (288 Esplanade) and chatted with the team about their brand, their beer and their plans for the brewery.
Her latest series, OG Punk, is currently on display at the Polygon Gallery through January 2nd, 2022.
Each calendar includes two dozen miniature bottles of cask strength whiskies and liqueurs - the gray and rainy days are about to get a lot more interesting!
Streetcar Brewing's inspiration is the neighbourhood's historic (now obsolete) streetcar system, which earned it its former nickname of the "Streetcar Suburb".
The brewery offers unique and sessionable beers, often incorporating tropical flavours like hibiscus, lime, mango and oranges.
We love posting photos like this that reveal the views through the windows of our readers. We hope you'll consider sharing yours!
Archivist Jessica Bushey, PhD, previews an exceptional collection of photography capturing BC's mountaineering history.
The expanded ground floor gallery shop includes a selection of gift options curated by Little Mountain Shop founder, Natasha Neal.
The new wine brand has released five bottles since launching in August with a second batch slated to drop in November.
For over a year now this coffeehouse by day and brewery-plus-tasting room by night has proven magnetic to devoted sippers.
We can expect to see the new cafe at the Polygon Gallery softly open their doors tomorrow (Friday, December 14)
The new microbrewery is a pretty and simple little thing, the look and feel of which is evidently meant to evoke 'cabin feels'.
The second location of Bufala is now open in North Vancouver's Edgemont Village (3280 Edgemont Blvd).
Kristin Lim goes for a walk with Bill Wu through his 'without a word' exhibition inside The Polygon Gallery -- on until November 3rd.
The new restaurant from the crew behind Pourhouse, Ask For Luigi, Di Beppe and Pizzeria Farina opens tonight.xz
The finale screening of the acclaimed 24-hour film is set for September 22nd at The Polygon Gallery.
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.
They could have used any old alarm to warn of fire or accident, but instead they chose the one that terrifies everyone everywhere.
The crew from Gooseneck Hospitality are opening a second Bufala in North Vancouver's Edgemont Village this September.
Her "unapologetically urban cidery" is one of over 30 participating in the now sold out 3rd annual BC Cider Festival.