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June, 2011

Vancouver’s Outdoor Movies: The Summer 2011 Guide

Summer has arrived and that means it's time to pop some popcorn, cozy up with a blanket, and enjoy a cinematic classic or two... under the stars, of course. Here's a guide to the many outdoor movie offerings across the Lower Mainland.

By published Jun 23, 2011

Best Acts of the 2011 Vancouver International Jazz Festival

From renowned musicians to eclectic billings to tickets for a toonie, our picks for the must-see concerts at this year's jazz festival have something for everyone

By published Jun 23, 2011

Kerrisdale

Kerrisdale, with it's beautiful houses and old oak trees, wasn't always defined by sky-high real estate and the posh boutiques of 41st Avenue

By published Jun 20, 2011

Vancouver's Best Sandwiches

Here’s where bread, protein, some sauce (and veggies, if you must) get transformed into two-fisted miracles

By published Jun 2, 2011

Shop with a Chef: Tomoki Yamasaki

Hapa Umi’s Executive Chef Talks Umeboshi

By published Jun 1, 2011

The Grifter

All you really need is an air of confidence and a tailored suit

By published Jun 1, 2011

Fresh Prince of East Van

Baba Brinkman is an MP’s son with a master’s degree in medieval studies—and the author of an off-Broadway rap play

By published Jun 1, 2011

Q&A: Suzanne Anton

NPA City Councillor Suzanne Anton on how to win back City Hall

By published Jun 1, 2011

Profile: West Vancouver Mayor Pamela Goldsmith-Jones

A provocative proposal to redevelop Ambleside could shape the future of West Vancouver—and the political career of its progressive-minded mayor

By published Jun 1, 2011

Diane Farris Gallery Moves Online

This well-known art gallery closes the doors to its retail location in favour of e-commerce

By published Jun 1, 2011

Editor's Note: June 2011

By published Jun 1, 2011

Life in Venice

Steven Shearer is the Canadian representative at this year’s Biennale. That puts him right where he doesn’t want to be: in the spotlight

By published Jun 1, 2011

Fresh Prince of East Van

Baba Brinkman is an MP’s son with a master’s degree in medieval studies— and the author of an off-Broadway rap play

By published Jun 1, 2011

125 Reasons to Love Vancouver

Living in Vancouver makes it easy to notice the city’s flaws while taking its charms for granted. We’ve looked beyond the clichés and “most livable” kudos to come up with 125 things that make the city unique.

By published Jun 1, 2011

Chefs' Favourite Sandwich Recipes

Restaurant proprietors and chefs describe their favourite homemade sandwiches

By published Jun 1, 2011

Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten on Market

The chef behind Shangri-la's Market restaurant has 25 restaurants worldwide. Here, he reveals what makes a perfect hamburger, the ingredient he hates most, and why Vancouver might be the most demanding city of all in which to run a restaurant

By published Jun 1, 2011

Fairview

The pervading myth about Fairview—that it’s populated by wealthy dowagers and the shopping bag set—is entirely a product of its major retail row, South Granville.

By published Jun 1, 2011

Aftershocks

Michael Luzia was in Japan, teaching English to schoolchildren, when the earthquake struck 100 kilometres offshore. In the ensuing chaos, it was their turn to teach him

By published Jun 1, 2011

Best Value Chenin Blanc

By published Jun 1, 2011

Barfly: The Vancouver Cocktail

Our city's namesake cocktail has an initial bracing bite followed by mellow sweetness, here's how to make it

By published Jun 1, 2011

Vancouver Celebrities: June 2011

Many a beautiful belle—and some handsome checks—brightened the fundraising galas that mark the spring season

By published Jun 1, 2011

Profile of Architect Gregory Henriquez

Gregory Henriquez inherited his architectural zeal from his well-known father. But where Richard designs poetic buildings to suit their location, his son wants to create a more meaningful world

By published Jun 1, 2011