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We Tried It: SoulCycle

We Tried It: SoulCycle

How do you feel about a little spiritual enlightenment with your workout?

This is What Notable Vancouver Intersections Used to Look Like

This is What Notable Vancouver Intersections Used to Look Like

Exploring the big-city changes that play out at street level.

For Those of You Who’ve Always Wanted a Pony: You Can Crowdfund a Racehorse Now

For Those of You Who’ve Always Wanted a Pony: You Can Crowdfund a Racehorse Now

For $250 you can be the proud owner of 1/300th of a thoroughbred—and feel like a total baller at the track.

This Just In: Vancouver’s Got a Thing for Hunky Mayors

This Just In: Vancouver’s Got a Thing for Hunky Mayors

Digging through the archives for our 50th anniversary issue made us realize that our mayors have one striking similarity.

Check Out These Incredible Photos of Vancouver Nightlife Circa 1980

Check Out These Incredible Photos of Vancouver Nightlife Circa 1980

Graceland, the Gandy Dancer and our first Pride Parade—a local photographer takes us on a journey into the '80s club scene.

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How Drug Users are the First Line of Defense in the Opioid Crisis

How Drug Users are the First Line of Defense in the Opioid Crisis

The Portland Hotel Society's Spikes on Bikes program combats stigma and save lives with peer-level outreach.

Meet the Woman Behind Vancouver’s First Indigenous Fashion Week

Meet the Woman Behind Vancouver’s First Indigenous Fashion Week

Model-turned-social-worker Joleen Mitton brings together a love of fashion and a passion for mentoring youth for her inaugural event.

Then and Now: How Vancouver Has Changed in 50 Years

Then and Now: How Vancouver Has Changed in 50 Years

From industrial outpost to bona fide metropolis, we've watched it all go down.

Support the Women of the DTES at the Women’s Summer Fair and Flea Market

Support the Women of the DTES at the Women’s Summer Fair and Flea Market

The Women’s Summer Fair and Flea Market is back for a second year.

Condo of the Week: A Breezy, Split-Level Beachside Pad

Condo of the Week: A Breezy, Split-Level Beachside Pad

Kits is calling! And she’ll use a spiral staircase and stunning views to tempt you.

Tiny House Owners Face a Big Fight for Legitimacy

Tiny House Owners Face a Big Fight for Legitimacy

A recent spate of evictions across the Lower Mainland has left many members of the tiny house movement looking for a place to call home.