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Forget little chocolates: the countdown to Christmas is much more fun when you can punch into an Advent calendar and drink a beer each day. Parallel 49 Brewing Company and Central...
There's a new Spanish restaurant in town, and not only is the food and wine Spanish, but so are the proprietor and much of the staff. Located just east of Maple Tree Square at 52...
The history of Thai cuisine in Vancouver can be divided into two periods: before Maenam and after Maenam. If you think that's an overstatement, remember that it wasn't so long ago...
On first impression, things look pretty serious. About two dozen people have gathered in a darkened conference room at a Whistler hotel for a seminar. But while the two-hour...
Vancouver Craft Beer Week doesn’t happen until May, but the first of a new series of satellite events takes place on December 5. This one is called A Very VCBW Non-Denominational...
It looks like a sunny and cold weekend ahead in Whistler...perfect for scenic drive up the Sea-to-Sky highway. I made the trip for the start of the festival on November 6, and...
If you’ve ever set out to make a traditional French cassoulet, only to be derailed by a lengthy recipe—soak the beans, make the stew, confit the duck, et cetera—there is an easier...
On the eve of Remembrance Day 2014, members of a Vancouver rugby club are thinking back to the players who came before them and working toward honouring their memories. A group of...
There are some cookbooks you reach for when you need to get dinner on the table, and others you sit down with when you’re hungry for a good read. Here are two recent releases,...
Let’s face it: after the fun of Halloween, it can be a challenge to keep your spirits up on the rainy West Coast. November tends to be dark and damp (have you noticed?), and the...

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