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December, 2012

Power 50 2012 Event

Vancouver's movers and shakers fêted the city's most powerful people at Vanmag's annual Power 50 event

published Dec 21, 2012

New Year's Eve 2012

Where will you be when the clock strikes midnight? Some of our favourite Vancouver restaurants are hosting great-value food-and-drink themed evenings, which takes the worry out of party planning. Plus: a positively regal black-tie fashion event

By published Dec 20, 2012

Sex Habits of Vancouverites

A new Angus Reid poll reveals what's really going on in the bedrooms of British Columbia

By published Dec 16, 2012

Recently Reviewed: Under-The-Radar Restaurants

This month we highlight under-the-radar rooms worth seeking out

By published Dec 5, 2012

Shopgirl's Elegant Hostess Gifts

It's all in the details—an elegant present is the perfect way to end a great party. These gifts will send your guests home with a smile

By published Dec 5, 2012

Ten Simple Rules For A Great Time This Holiday Season

The holidays are upon us, and with them, a whole lotta merry making. We asked the city’s most stylish and clever hosts, chefs, bartenders, and sommeliers for tips on how to make the most of the coming season

By published Dec 4, 2012

Q&A with Dana Devine

The V.P. of Canadian Blood Services speaks about her work at NetCAD and how their research might affect Canada's policy in blood donation in the near future

By published Dec 4, 2012

Ex-Drug Dealer Cleaning Up Abbotsford—On His Terms

After 13 years in jail, Barry Shantz now advocates for harm reduction programs, better welfare, and a safer environment for drug users as a way to reduce drug usage. Will he ever succeed?

By published Dec 4, 2012

Function Junction is Whistler's SoHo

The quest to find where the “locals” hang in the Village is a fool’s errand—you want to head five minutes south to Function Junction. Here’s why:

By published Dec 4, 2012

Getaway Guide: Ski Resorts of B.C.

We’re spoiled with selection when it comes to excellent regional skiing, but even well-tracked mountains and resorts have new tricks to unveil this season. We uncover the best spots

By published Dec 4, 2012

Vancouver Celebrities: December 2012

Fundraisers, galas, and recitals kickstart the holiday season

By published Dec 4, 2012

Personal Space: Ray Signorello Jr.

“These wines are my R&D,” says Ray Signorello Jr. of his 4,000-bottle home cellar. “I learn from them and try to incorporate the best of their attributes into the wines I make”

By published Dec 4, 2012

Seeing Local Sitcoms In A Different Light

Two producers hope their shows will move a company—and a city’s industry—toward a new model

By published Dec 4, 2012

The Growing Diversity of VSB's International Education

As enrollment dwindles, the Vancouver School Board fills seats and supplements budgets with a growing cohort of international students

By published Dec 4, 2012

The Tallis Scholars (Dec. 6)

England’s premiere Renaissance interpreters, braid together a joyful Christmas noise at UBC's Chan Centre for the Performing Arts

By published Dec 4, 2012

Vancouver's Finest Holiday Lights

Here's how some of the city's best attractions shine in the winter season

By published Dec 3, 2012

Santaland Diaries at the Revue Stage

Labelled "AN ELFIN GOOD TIME FOR MATURE ELVES ONLY," this show is more naughty than nice

By published Dec 3, 2012

The Vancouver Power 50 2012

How do we measure power? By looking at who signs the deal or who drafts it in the first place? Who gets calls returned or who can block them at will? We reward all these players, and pay special attention to the innovators, those with the ability to thrive in uncertain times

published Dec 1, 2012