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Nook

Posted on August 13th, 2013

As we’ve been enjoying exceptionally beautiful weather this summer in Vancouver, we’ve found ourselves heading to the beach in the evenings to relish the stunning vistas. Yet after a stroll on the seawall, we’ve often lamented the scarcity of enticing options for dinner. Of course there’s no shortage of places serving up beer, burgers and … (More →)

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Graze

Posted on August 6th, 2013

While vegetarian cuisine has become decidedly mainstream—a host of innovative restaurants have opened in Vancouver over the past few years that make even the staunchest carnivore forget that they’re not eating meat—vegan food remains a much harder sell. Without the aid of dairy products like cheese and eggs that can transform vegetables into rich, delectable … (More →)

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Homer Street Café

Posted on July 30th, 2013

We have been feeling a bit uninspired by the dining choices in the downtown core as of late, which is why Homer Street Café and Bar is such a welcome newcomer to the area. We visited this recent addition to Yaletown and were very pleasantly surprised by their refined home-style menu which focuses on preparing … (More →)

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Khan Lee

Posted on July 16th, 2013

Centre A has left its former cavernous space at the corner of Hastings and Carrall street and relocated to a much smaller and more suitable venue on a burgeoning street in Chinatown. The gallery’s focus remains contemporary Asian art and it is the only public art gallery in the country with this mandate. For the … (More →)

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Brian Jungen & Duane Linklater

Posted on July 9th, 2013

Modest Livelihood, currently on view at Catriona Jeffries Gallery in Vancouver, is a collaborative exhibition, which marks Brian Jungen and Duane Linklater’s first foray into film. Three short films, Lull, Stalker, and Lean play in the main gallery space providing a backdrop for the exhibition’s centerpiece film, titled Modest Livelihood, from … (More →)

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Tim Gardner

Posted on July 2nd, 2013

Monte Clark’s expansive new industrial space in the emerging art hub at the Great Northern Way campus is a fantastic context in which to view art. Despite its tractor factory origins, Clark has carved out an engaging gallery space that is conducive to the display of contemporary art, both intimately scaled and massive. The latest … (More →)

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Scott Massey

Posted on June 25th, 2013

The artificial divide between the realms of art and science has been blurred of late as contemporary artists both employ the tools of science in their practice and explore, and challenge, scientific properties with their work. Vancouver-based photographer Scott Massey has had a longstanding interest in questions surrounding space – both that which we encounter … (More →)

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Chicha Restaurant

Posted on June 18th, 2013

Lolita’s on Davie has long been one of our favourite spots in Vancouver for a laidback meal; with a distinctive atmosphere and a menu comprised of contemporary renditions of classic Mexican dishes, the restaurant serves up tasty food and delectable cocktails that never disappoint. We were thrilled to learn that Lolita’s head chef, Shalome Bouvette, … (More →)


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