To celebrate Kid Sister Skin Care's first anniversary, owner Max Tamoto has rounded up a crew of like-minded small businesses for a one day shopping event at Strathcona's Picnic Studios (881 E Hastings).
The cool and rainy Fall days are finally here...Time to fill up on onigiri, wuntun, steam buns and other cozy dishes by The Dumpling King, Matthew Murtagh-Wu, and Konrad Noga.
Beginning next month, Strathcona's "wine bar at the end of the world", Bar Gobo, has a bunch of good reasons for you to block Sundays off of your calendar for the foreseeable future.
Ceramics artist Mimoko has handed over a collection of ceramic vases to six Vancouver artists who have been asked to add their own aesthetic imprint (in colour) to the vessels.
Over a bowl of Phở, Chef Hillbrandt talks to Rhys Amber about life on the line and how he's managed to build such a strong food program out of what feels like a kitchenette.
The DJ and co-owner of Rise Up Marketplace selects the three records that stand out in his music collection.
The second in a series of dinners, designed to introduce some of the lesser known regional flavours of India to the table, is happening on Monday, March 21st.
Co-owner of Strathcona's popular Rise Up Marketplace gives us the lowdown on the three most monumental records of his life, to date.
The Sommelier and Operations Manager at Strathcona wine bar, VV Tapas Lounge, fills us in on his BC wine story.
Food industry veterans Rags Rajesh Narine and Roger Collins have taken over the old store to create something new and soulful.
Served from the new Burdy food truck, these 'chicken parm' sandwiches will make homesick Torontonians happy.
Looking to spruce up your wardrobe for Fall? Get down to Strathcona's Picnics & Poetry now until September 5th.
Head down to 879 East Hastings from August 27-29th to check out art, accessories and more, curated by queer/non-binary business, Triple Five Collective.
Each can is outfitted with one of a dozen different coloured mascots, which makes it easy to keep track of yours.
The charming little restaurant on East Pender St. is retooling for the shutdown by crafting specialty soups to go.
Local artist Shizuka Yoshimura details how she took advantage of pandemic isolation to experiment with an old printing method.
In addition to a stellar roster of food and beverage vendors, the pop-up includes two new categories: art and self-care.
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Savour its ragout of corn that's zapped with a lemon-zested mayo and a blizzard of grated parmesan cheese.
We get the lowdown from VV Tapas Lounge chefs Zach Poole and Patrick Fogarty on how to pickle some summer gems.
It looks like Bar Gobo is a 'go' to softly open tonight (Wednesday, August 19) in the old Tuck Shoppe address at 237 Union Street.
The highly anticipated new brewery is set to open its retail frontage and tease its hotdog menu with takeout orders.
What was once to be Harvest Noodles is now on track to be Bar Gobo, a new wine and snack bar helmed by Peter Van de Reep.
"90 years before Strathcona Park became a homeless tent city, it was home to a squatter camp known as Hobo Jungle."
Small restaurants, cafes and shops deep within our residential neighbourhoods would be great. Too bad they're illegal.
The local kids literacy program has been able to secure new spaces, but they need some help in furnishing them...
The idea of the "Garage Bar" as a place to have an unlicensed sip with your friends and neighbours just feels right...