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Last fall, Chambar Restaurant (562 Beatty Street) announced that it would move to a new location in summer 2014. On July 18, owners Nico and Karri Schuermans hosted a media...
Vancouver’s longest-running farmers market—the Trout Lake farmers market—marks its 20th anniversary Saturday (July 19). There will be cake, live music, speeches, and a history...
It’s been a decade since Kim Cattrall famously portrayed the confident and sultry Samantha Jones on the hit HBO series Sex and the City. On Sunday (July 20), the B.C.-raised actor...
Raised in a Buddhist family, Tommy Cao has been vegan his whole life. When he opened Dharma Kitchen (3667 West Broadway) in 2005, however, most of his customers were unfamiliar...
Vancouver is often lauded as a foodie city, with diverse restaurants, acclaimed chefs, and good food. In homes and apartments across the Lower Mainland, however, there’s a...
There’s no arguing that cellphones can be distracting—in cars, on streets, and even at movies and concerts. How many times have you nearly been knocked over by a pedestrian too...
A popular North Shore clothing and beauty boutique is on the move. Kiss and Makeup (925 Main Street, West Vancouver) will be moving from its location at the Village in Park Royal...
One of the city’s top bartenders has been drafted by the Vancouver Canucks. Jay Jones won’t need to lace up his skates—just yet—but the newly minted director of wine and beverage...
If you’ve ever wanted to live like a rockstar, now is your chance. An Abbotsford mansion that once belonged to Chad Kroeger, the frontman of Canadian rock band Nickelback, is up...
There’s a hell of a lot of ramen shops and Korean barbecue joints in the West End along Robson Street, so it feels somewhat refreshing that a pizza place has recently opened up....

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