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Big spenders at the galas elevated the charities to new heights.
The Preservatory Provisions and Toast Bar takes over the location opposite JJ Bean, and features its namesakes' preserves.
Jennifer Kim opened Nooroongji to put multilingualism, multiculturalism and literacy front and centre.
Our favourite holiday buys for the athlete in your life: from winter runners and triathlon trainers to cold-water swimmers and CrossFitters.
The new North Pole Salted Caramels use seawater harvested with Inuk guides in Nunavut.
The steeps of Kicking Horse are made for the thrillseeker—and for anyone looking to up their ski game.
Thanks to the deft hand of chef Michael Robbins, every ingredient on the plate is an idealized version of itself.
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Gray Jay is unpretentious, approachable whisky made for you—so drink it your way.
An Italian summer fantasy, available year-'round.
Hunnybee Bruncheonette and Thank You Pizza: one room, two reviews.
Opera, plays and Coastal Cleanup Day.
Prices go up after Labour Day weekend.
Expect to see Feenie's 2.0 sometime in Spring 2023.
It’s perfect for cold-water swimming, but it’s ridiculously cozy and comfortable for loungewear.
Inform's Vancouver for Ukraine raffle runs until Friday, April 15, with prizes from some of our favourite local and international designers.
The new store, Provide Design Gallery, spotlights local furniture design alongside international makers.
The travel and accessories brand pops up in a gorgeous new space on Robson Street.
The best gifts, giftable experiences and places to eat while you shop downtown in 2021.
Flax Home opens its first bricks-and-mortar space.
It could be a great year - so long as Lower Mainlanders are allowed to travel again soon.
From gorgeous serums to rich masks, the finalists in this year's beauty awards are the definition of beautiful: and they're clean and green, too.
The restaurant has closed to support social distancing during the COVID-19 crisis, but will be offering affordable to-go meals to help Vancouverites self isolate.
Here's why you should enter this year's Made in Vancouver Awards, according to our 2019 finalists and winners.
It's all about celebrating the Maker Culture in Vancouver.
Our Beauty Judge, Janine Verreault, is both a longtime supporter of indie beauty brands and the curator of Canada's largest lifestyle subscription box.
And we've got kidswear now, too.
The director of IDS Vancouver has honed an eye for design.
Expect a lot of fame.
The CBC Radio contributor and his husband, Joshua McVeity, make the season sparkle with their annual Bubbles and Baubles party.
... with some help from Patrick Dempsey and Renee Zellweger.
As Cambie says goodbye, Pronto, the West End says hello, Centro. Is it a fair trade?
Lucha Verde, we're crying in our margaritas over here.
The brunch wheel isn’t reinvented here, but the food is warmly made and presented.
For the latest in its Fashion Eye series, Louis Vuitton shares Norwegian photographer Sølve Sundsbø's photographs of B.C.'s wilderness.
Lucha Verde finds a home in the West End—much to the delight of Editorial Director Anicka Quin.
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Graceland, the Gandy Dancer and our first Pride Parade—a local photographer takes us on a journey into the '80s club scene.
Get it before it's gone.
Starbucks new Reserve on Main caters to the coffee nerd.
You'll have to wait 20 minutes to get a taste of Dinesty's steamed chocolate-and-red-bean-paste dumplings.
Yes, you could go functional. But why not make time in the kitchen pretty too?