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Ever had a mochi cheese bagel? You can at Wa-Bagel, opening in downtown Vancouver in late spring 2023.
Travel back to the golden '20s for a few muted hours with century-old films.
A solo exhibition celebrating the remarkable women who uphold Indigenous communities, a Comic and Toy Show at the PNE and a free screening in honour of Transgender Day of Visibility.
Vancouver-based hip hop/rap and soul artist Missy D makes music for all ages (and in two languages).
It's no secret that our real estate market is a mess. But these experts think it doesn't have to be.
SkinCasa gives patients dedicated space, customized service and a revolutionary clinic experience.
This Vancouver neighbourhood is giving Richmond a run for its money when it comes to the best Chinese restaurants.
Connection Point Church & Resource Centre in Victoria offered a hand up and a way forward for one single mother and her son.
Fry bread fanatics, rejoice! Here are some of the best places in Vancouver to find this tasty Indigenous treat (and up your carb game).
The best looks from African Fashion Week Vancouver.
The five finalists have just been announced.
Skating! Paella! Rousing intellectual discussion! It's going to be a hell of a week.
Vancouver's Osteria Savio Volpe collaborates with northern Italy's Tinnazi family to create a wine that's fresh, fun and citrus-y.
Don't let Loops' small-town vibe fool you—this is BC's next big thing in food tourism
James Coleridge earned the title of the best gelato artisan in Canada at the Gelato Festival World Masters competition.
A real live bunny selects Easter chocolates in "Bunny's Choice."
Hot tip: If you want to pick the brain of an elite athlete, just take them down a few wrong turns on a Pacific Spirit Park jog.
Looking for the best restaurants in Vancouver? Drumroll please...
Mark your calendar for May 15, and buy your tickets now.
The Home and Garden Show, a Celtic Festival in honour of Saint Patrick's Day and a new museum costume exhibit.
It's never too late to learn something new: read on to find your new "thing."
One night, 19 artists and too many venues to count.
Wa! Curry comes from the team behind Minami and Miku, and is opening in mid-March 2023.
The International Women in Film Festival, a whisky tasting and an expert panel discussion all about women's health.
Vegans, take note: the Burnaby-based company has just invested millions of dollars in new fermentation technology.
Live comedy, puppy yoga, concerts and cocktails to honour IWD.
Mishmish, located at Fraser and 19th, is expected to open later this year.
Cool picks for cold weather.
Tawnshi's beautiful charcuterie boxes come with a QR code guide to each element.
A community art night, a multidisciplinary performance centering Black creatives and a new skin exhibit at Science World
A year into our historic round-up, and a new champ emerges.
Sustainability and durability are top priority for Adhere To Studios' Alexandra Dean—but her designs pull off this admirable goal with some serious style.
We asked Vancouver chefs to share their secret for levelling up off-the-shelf brownie mix.
The new restaurant’s ‘60s-inspired digs are set to open in early March.
The Westside is covered with signs warning beetles to stay out... but where did they come from?
Special occasion or not, these local florists are serving up gorgeous bouquets.
From the team behind Bar Susu and Published comes another Main Street heavy-hitter.
Naked Malt Whisky is confident, free, and comfortable in its naked state. Are you?
See comedian Sasha Mark at Just for Laughs Northwest on February 22.
Plus a few $25-or-less wines that will make you look like a genius in 10 years.
Sorry, Cupid: according to a quick Instagram poll, there's not much V-Day excitement this year.
A Matriarchal Indigenous Dance Festival, a documentary premiere highlighting rising stars in the Vancouver comedy scene and the VMF Winter Arts Festival.
Legacy giving and estate planning can be daunting—professional consultation can help.
Singles, get ready to mingle... with yourself.
Enjoy spectacular meals and vivacious cocktails at one of Whistler's newest destination restaurants
Killjoy Comedy is available on OutTV starting February 14, and features queer and BIPOC Vancouver comedians.
A dreamy day trip to the Valley, no sunshine required.
What are the biggest red flags for dating in Vancouver?
A culinary seafood experience for a cause, world-class cocktails and a jazz concert series.
Snapshots from last week's Power 50 Event at the Terminal City Club.
A game of Ticket to Ride and bowl of gummy worms – name a better duo.
Our annual list of the 50 most powerful people in Vancouver.
Experience wild, untamed nature, canyons carved by rushing water and mountains moulded by millennia in total luxury
Love is in the air... and so is inspiration for the Valentine's Day dinner of your dreams.
A toast to no more lost luggages.
Discover LaSalle College Vancouver, a member of Canada’s oldest design education network, now with B.C.’s newest creative campus.
A celebration of poutine; a one-day-only, closed-loop fine-dining pop-up; and the final week of PuSh Festival
And it's possibly the best fried chicken in Vancouver—gluten-free or otherwise.
This comfort-food classic is ready just in time for Lunar New Year.
Don't want to blow the bank on your venue? Here are some affordable options that still bring the charm.
We're over 90 percent sold out—grab one of or our last few tickets to celebrate along with the most influential people in the city.
A motorcycle exhibition, Lunar New Year Tasting and experimental percussion and electronic concert.
Toast to Robbie Burns with these whiskies from Shelter Point, Odd Society and Devine Distillery.
A list of dos and don'ts for a modern, romantic, non-sucky Valentine's day.
The Vancouver-based meal prep service is featuring a limited edition dish from the Michelin Bib Gourmand-winning restaurant.
Vancouver Foundation eases the pressure of administering a fund after a spouse passes on
Nikkei, I'm talking to you: go see this play at the Arts Club before February 12.
'Spawn,' a major new piece from prolific Vancouver writer and artist Douglas Coupland, was unveiled this afternoon.
International Sweatpants Day is January 21 (as if you needed an excuse to invest in a comfy pair of pants).
The beloved sandwiches are being joined by brunch items like hot chicken and cornbread waffles.
Dance, food, circus, art and more to do this week in Vancouver.
Tailored menus, desserts and gift boxes to hop into the Year of the Rabbit with.
Vij's and Kismet Estate Winery collab for this surprising red blend, Vij's Lantern 2020.
Wildlight opens in West Point Grey in February—get your salmon pastrami and smoked albacore tataki here.
Stone veneer brings character and elegance to our homes. Install it over an existing brick façade for a seamless transformation.
The Super Puff is an obsession... and as it turns out, a totally worthy one.
The secret to turning your restaurant into a foodie destination? Destroy your overhead lighting in some sort of ritual bonfire.
The BC Green Party, led by Sonia Furstenau, includes mental health and community health in a holistic new healthcare plan for total well-being among British Columbians.
A cannabis conference and trade show, Lunar New Year market and live Latin fusion music.
Eugenia Place, the Burrard Bridge, "hobbit houses" and more Vancouver architectural mysteries.
New year, new you and a new zero-proof and fool-proof faux cocktail recipe from Archer to start the year off right.
Is someone actually checking? Yes, but it's not who you think.
A celebrity impersonation drag show, ballroom dancing and a Mean Girls watchalong with comedians
I'm sorry, whiskey purists. And on another level, I'm not sorry at all.
Head into New Year's Day prepared for battle. These are editor-approved ways to eat your way through your champagne-induced hangover.
The editors of Vancouver Magazine share their favourite stories from the past year.
A month after the Vancouver Arc'teryx flagship opens, Adidas brings a new 'Ter to town.
From the best restaurants to powerful people to Indigenous solidarity, here are your favourite stories on vanmag.com in 2022.
Singer Deborah Cox helps BC Women’s Health Foundation raise $2.67 million, while Raven’s Feast cooks up $100,000 for the Bill Reid Gallery.
Cheers to a year of imbibing well. These are the VanMag editors' favourite sips from 2022.
These are the meals that live in our heads rent-free.
Hyderabad Biryani House finds the way to one new Vancouverite’s heart (spoiler: it’s through her stomach).
S.Pellegrino is the ultimate food pairing, wine complement, and palette cleanser this holiday season
Consider this your food and drink bucket list for 2023.
Gold gowns, luxury party games and more that will give you a head start on the season’s circuit of festive fun.
Big spenders at the galas elevated the charities to new heights.
There’s a dynamic community of artists behind Taikan Everything’s minimal wares: think design by DJs.
Looking for a good book to cosy up with over the holidays? Here are our editors' favourites.
The best arts and culture events happening this week in Vancouver.
Vancouverite Amy Goodmurphy shares everything you need to know about The Holiday Sitter.
I tried Acquafarina's Tartufo Nero pizza. Let's just say, there's a new exotic pizza topping in town (take a seat pineapple).
Luxurious face masks, cozy sweaters, beautiful quilts and more wishlist items from Vancouver magazine editors.
And the best Chinese restaurants in Vancouver are...
The team at Published and Bar Susu brings a new counter-service hangout spot to Main Street.
Kurtis Kolt finds the good in a much-maligned category.
The Preservatory Provisions and Toast Bar takes over the location opposite JJ Bean, and features its namesakes' preserves.
I just think the great outdoors would just be a lot greater if I had an excellent yellow floral jacket, okay?!
Who makes the best sushi in the city?
Prosecco Superiore brings a crisp, balanced flavour and three sparkling profiles from Northern Italy to your table.
A Winter Solstice concert, Anne of Green Gables musical and the 2nd annual Vancouver International Black Film Festival.
Jennifer Kim opened Nooroongji to put multilingualism, multiculturalism and literacy front and centre.
What are the best bakeries in the city? We have some ideas.
If you've passed Bon Ton Bakery, you've surely noticed the chilling vintage dolls in the window. Here's everything you need to know about the creepiest Christmas display in town.
A stunning snack for on-the-go.
From classic meal kits to $400 personal chef creations.
A Christmas market for the weirdos, timeless ballet and a drag show for a good cause.
The plague years of AIDS in Vancouver’s West End are spotlighted on stage this winter.
What are the go-to shops for the holidays?
Using self-tanner can be risky—here's all the facts on Saltyface.
The best gifts for pets in 2022, from Vancouver and beyond.
How those little guilty-pleasure, made-for-TV movies get made—and become major players in B.C.’s film economy in the process.
Cold snaps and atmospheric rivers be damned.
The ultimate antidote to a freezing Vancouver day (and a longing for summer street food).
A warm and merry recipe from Jeff Savage of Botanist.
Bye bye, boring gift guides. From artsy sisters to outdoorsy friends to grumpy neighbours, this list of gifts actually has you covered.
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.