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'Spawn,' a major new piece from prolific Vancouver writer and artist Douglas Coupland, was unveiled this afternoon.
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Eugenia Place, the Burrard Bridge, "hobbit houses" and more Vancouver architectural mysteries.
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The plague years of AIDS in Vancouver’s West End are spotlighted on stage this winter.
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The new Pacific Centre Apple boutique opens November 18.
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Mobi, Evolve and Lime now offer e-bike sharing in Vancouver, Whistler and the North Shore respectively.
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Vin Van's new monthly disco-and-wine night, Stompin' Grapes, checks all of our boxes.
Legend has it that the magic of Botox was discovered here—by accident.
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The online jewellery retailer is putting down roots in Kits.
The best gifts, giftable experiences and places to eat while you shop Main Street in 2021.
Death to denim!
Outdoor lifestyle brand Goodland makes its grand debut with the cedar hot tub of our dreams.
Stock up on sophisticated alcohol-free options at Sansorium's pop-up market October 23.
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An investigation into the West Coast's most notable roll... and the general concept of "truth."
This quirky salt sauna and hydrotherapy experience is like the East Van answer to Scandinave.
Floralista founder Alice DeCrom lives among the flowers.
Three interior designers share COVID-era home improvement tips.
Our top picks for your next stroll around the neighbourhood.
For couples wedding planning for the future: a look back at a chic urban celebration of love, for a little inspiration for when we can all be together again.
These houses look like they should be in Lord of the Rings, not Vancouver.
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Life hack: Going to a specialty market safely scratches the travel itch.
She's addressing skincare needs on-screen and off.
Restaurants open, giving us food and hope.
Every July, they descend on the city. Here's why.
Falken Reynolds helps a family transition from condo living to a 3,500-square-foot dream home—without any growing pains.
You've got until March 30 to put in your entry form for your chance to be named Best Beer in VanMag's second annual Made in Vancouver Awards.
Fresh kicks for our heroes in scrubs.
Interior designer and industrial design pro Ben Leavitt, creative director of PlaidFox Studio, is this year's Home judge.
Gifts with a little bite.
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Custom-painted trunks, billiards carrying cases and more over-the-top LV goods you didn't know you wanted.
These ultra-fluffy, eggy pancakes taste like Kyoto.
Oh Sweet Day opens its doors for the cheesecake-loving masses... which apparently now includes our executive editor.
A plant-forward menu puts a modern spin on Vietnamese street food.
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Beautiful boutique hotels that make a visit to our nemesis city worth a trip.
Di Beppe celebrates Polenta Fest with—you guessed it—polenta aplenty.
Pants for all!
Thirty new food and retail options are slated to set up shop at the airport over the next two years, with options from local heroes Hawksworth and Japadog among them.
Kristina Matisic shares her Vancouver favourites in advance of judging our Made in Vancouver Wildcard category.
Are these kicks the ultimate antidote to Vancouver winters?
It's not burnt. It's not cold. But the food you ordered is just... not great. Is there anything you can do?
A designer, a stylist, a consignment store owner and a fashion show founder weigh in about the ups and downs of working in Vancouver.
The Canadian clothing brand launches a new collection designed to combat both winter weather and fashion's eco-unfriendly habits.
Obakki founder and philanthropist Treana Peake finds that homey feeling in her little West Van beach house.
Consider this your pre-game for next weekend's tour.
And you don't have to be shopping for a designer duds to get a taste.
"They were not designed as affordable waterfront bachelor suites."
Our greatest food fantasy is now a reality.
This surprising contender might just be the best dessert in Vancouver.
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A dream team of chefs is set to offer gourmet counter service in repurposed shipping containers this summer.
This Vancouver couple headed to the suburbs to create their laid-back, camping-themed celebration of love.
"This rectangle with a half-assed roof must have spoken to people."
Each dish (and drink pairing) at this Market by Jean-Georges dinner takes inspiration from the Japanese artist's work.
Sophie Burke shares a few of the Vancouver-sourced design pieces she's currently coveting.
So your little one can rock the Vancouver sidewalks like a runway.
The heritage brand brings a little sparkle (and a lot of whimsy) to Vancouver's unofficial jewellery district.
"Koreans talk about skincare the way Vancouverites talk about real estate."
Our intrepid City Informer answers the age-old question.
As part of the 15th annual EAT! Vancouver Festival, Chefs Nick Nutting and Lucais Syme join forces once again.
The 1,800-square-foot café sets up shop on the Granville strip—here's what to expect.
This Gastown office gives the phrase "work from home" another meaning.
Pens! Pens for everyone!
See how a heritage space became home to a bustling real estate marketing and brokerage firm.
Jackie Kai Ellis passes the reins to long-time employees Betty Hung and Jacky Hung.
Possibly the only time in the history of eating that cabbage stole the show.
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Factory Brewing offers at-capacity craft brewers a chance to expand their output.
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The restaurant's clever name and killer brunch menu draws big crowds off the Granville-Broadway corridor.
Is a $500 hair dryer worth the splurge?
This farm-to-table spot brings relief to a brunch-starved neighbourhood
This dumpling dish steals the spotlight at a South Granville neighbourhood wine bar.
The beloved Japanese lifestyle brand gets a pop-up shop as part of the upcoming Japan Unlayered exhibit.
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Shop local without leaving the house.
The best thing about shopping Main? Making coffee (or beer) stops along the way.
Source little luxuries and statement-piece splurges on this side of town.
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Kitsilano's Slöp is taking 'zero-waste' to new heights
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Obviously you should get a ticket.
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