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Regardless of your industry or hobby, the newly launched Custom Apron Builder by Search and Rescue Denim Co. is really f*cking fun!
Sniff out some tickets to the 2019 Truffle Festival's main event at UBC (Saturday) and the secret location Truffle Foray (Sunday).
The GM of The Oakwood has excellent taste in music, so we asked him for three tunes that define where he's at.
Round two of the Weaving 101 workshop runs weekly from February 6th to 20th at Granville Island's Silk Weaving Studio.
The new burger restaurant within a restaurant at 2042 West 4th Avenue is set to launch on Saturday, December 22nd.
Jeffrey Parr and Mike Robbins are about to open their newest project, which is hidden in plain sight INSIDE their last project.
For Throwback Thursday we go back to when we poked our heads inside a brand new ice cream outfit in Kitsilano.
Moeno Kawai is in the final stages of construction of her six seat, 400 square foot Japanese cafe at Oak & West 20th.
"The Moose" comes loaded with fried chicken, sausage gravy, cheddar cheese, fried egg and bacon. You'll need a knife and fork.
Formerly homeless eccentric Englishman Hamish McKenzie likes to think of himself as a "boat renovator"...
Last night saw not only the launch of the new restaurant on Yukon Street, but also a fierce and friendly cocktail competition.
For our Branding Vancouver series, we asked Skull Skates founder PD about the 40 year old skateboard and lifestyle brand.
Chewie's Biscuit Company is set to launch next week at 2822 West 4th Avenue, and there was much rejoicing.
The Head Brewer and learned craft beer lover's picks range from political punk and uplifting island vibes to good ol' fashioned grunge.
"No dude. 16th and Blenheim isn't Kitsilano. That's like the diaper of Dunbar. You gotta be northafourth..."
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 project has been a dream of former line cook and motorcycle enthusiast Ryan Valade's for years. Now it is finally coming to fruition.
The apron aficionado behind Search and Rescue Denim fills us in on his favourite places to eat and drink around Vancouver.
South Korea's Jeju Island is a long way from Vancouver's West Side, but we think its Simsim Cafe would be a great fit hereabouts.
The annual Brewery and the Beast festival of meat and beer easily cracks our 1,000 Cool Things About Vancouver list.
West 4th's new Their There has quickly gained a rep for its tasty baked goods, but its sandwiches deserve your mouth's attention too.
Kits Beach would be a shoe-in for our 1,000 Cool Things About Vancouver project if it wasn't so damn obvious. This makes more sense.
Scenes from Chef David Gunawan's multiple award-winning South Granville restaurant in the final stage of its 2013 construction.