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West Coast Wonder Edward Juan’s passion for the outdoors is what inspired the artist and designer to launch Forest & Waves in 2013. The studio specializes in fabric and paper...
When Tim Kozody was hired by the Maple Grill (1967 West Broadway) three years ago, the executive chef had to rethink and relearn how he approached food. Working at a strictly...
Following a nationwide casting tour that started in Vancouver in January, the Bachelor Canada season two has found 24 single women who will vie for the bachelor’s love on CityTV...
When you’re dining out at restaurants these days, seeing someone take photos of their food with a smartphone is almost unavoidable. “Food porn”, as these photos are often called...
Nearly five months after the closure of Save On Meats (43 West Hastings Street), owner Mark Brand has announced that the restaurant will reopen Friday (February 14). “On Valentine...
For more than 30 years, Peter Isacu has been helping people celebrate special occasions. The executive chef at Seasons in the Park has worked at some of Vancouver’s most romantic...
Henrik Sedin has pulled out of the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. The Vancouver Canucks captain, who was slated to play for Sweden, will miss the Olympics due to an...
The Canadian Institute of Diversity and Inclusion launched a clever video in support of LGBT athletes at the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. The video, which features the...
Few chefs make the jump from rolling pastry dough to chopping onions, but it’s a move that Benjamin Curtis made six years ago—and he hasn’t looked back. The executive chef at the...
Update: The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver announced that the reopening of The Roof was delayed. The Roof officially reopend March 25. One of Vancouver’s iconic dining rooms has been...

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