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A significant contributor to the success of the Arts Club Theatre Company will be leaving the organization at the end of the season. Howard Jang, who has served as the Arts Club’s...
It seemed too good to be true: A kale-centric shop opening in Vancouver. On March 31 and April 1, a “new” company called Brassica & Co. sent bouquets of kale and T-shirts...
Just so we’re clear, Blacktail Florist (200-332 Water Street) is not, in fact, a florist. There are some lovely floral arrangements ornamenting the walls and tables at this...
A week before the release of her debut memoir, Elaine Lui is understandably nervous. While she has gabbed about dozens of celebrities on her blog LaineyGossip.com for nearly a...
Cinara (350 West Pender Street), chef Lucais Syme’s 40-seater European-style restaurant, opens tonight (March 28) for dinner. Syme is also the executive chef and owner of Yaletown...
Nifty for Fifty returns to Heritage Hall (3102 Main Street) on April 6 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. The annual sale will feature 30 local clothing and accessories designers with all...
Every so often, a cow gets dropped off at the Moda Hotel. Actually, it’s a side of a cow, but it still weighs about 680 kilograms, measures close to three metres long, and takes...
The flame has gone out for Vancouver’s wood-fired pizza truck. PazzaRella food cart, which specialized in Neapolitan-style pizza, announced on March 24 that after three years in...
New in the Neighbourhood Two Vancouver neighbourhoods are getting a fashionable boost this month. In Kitsilano, Judith & Charles (2207 West 4th Avenue) has opened its first...
On the Wednesday before Norouz—commonly referred to as the Persian New Year—many Iranians take part in chahar shanbeh soori, a fire-jumping ceremony that signifies entering a new...

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