HERE AND ELSEWHERE
A Vancouver-based magazine featuring what to see, eat, drink and do, near and far.
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Despite an almost overwhelming number of options, there really is a paucity of Indian restaurants serving up tasty and authentic cuisine outside of Vancouver’s suburbs. While establishments offering mediocre palak paneer, daal and aloo gobi are a dime a dozen in the downtown core, it’s nearly impossible to distinguish one from the next and most … (More →)
The Courtauld Gallery
On our recent visit to London, the choices were overwhelming – we saw Roy Lichtenstein’s major retrospective at the Tate, the work of one of our all-time favourite painters, Manet, at the Royal Academy, as well as contemporary art – but no exhibition was as carefully conceived and memorable as the small gem of a … (More →)
By Guest Contributor Lili Collison
Six teenagers gather together at an arts camp in the Berkshires in 1974, the year that Nixon is ousted from office. There is Ethan Figman, an unattractive yet outgoing boy who dreams of being a cartoonist; Jonah Bay, the handsome son of a famous folk singer; Cathy Kiplinger, an emotional and womanly dancer; Goodman and … (More →)
Updates on what we're enjoying today
I was excited to hear that Braun plans to re-release Dieter Ram’s iconic ET66 calculator from 1987. In our culture where new is always better, far too often well designed objects disappear far too quickly into the annals of history. This landmark design by Rams became so ubiquitous that the original iPhone calculator was almost … (More →)
I just wrote the other day that this summer Somerset House will be presenting the world’s first food-based exhibition on elBulli and this winter (from November 20, 2013 – March 2, 2014) it will be exhibiting anther show I’d love to see: Isabella Blow: Fashion Galore! I’ve been following Blow’s life and career for years … (More →)
The first American retrospective of Canadian-born artist Jack Goldstein (1945-2003) just opened at the Jewish Museum in New York and will be on view there until September 29th. Goldstein was born in Montreal and moved to LA as a child. He studied in the late 1960s at the Chouinard Art Institute in LA and then … (More →)
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