Our expert panel track down the best egg sandwich in the city.
Pasar el jamón y el vino...because everything is better in Spanish.
Who says food courts can’t keep up with the modern food game?
The U.K.'s cult gin, Sipsmith, has finally landed here—with some alchemy up its sleeve.
The L'Abattoir restaurant director (and VanMag's 2017 sommelier of the year) shares her top wine picks.
Winemaker Taylor Whelan ushers in a new age of cutting edge production.
We chat with the man who dares to map the data.
Our City Informer investigates (and advocates for a chance to once again eat McNuggets at sea).
Hot eats and cool real estate have us hitting up the Fraserhood on the regular.
Three tulip festivals to check out now.
This mash-up event pairs Canada's top chefs with amazing short films for a weekend of food and cinema.
Whether you’re spotting grizzlies or kicking back in a mountain lodge, a visit to the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast is the best way to leave your daily grind behind.
Stunning ring designs by Vancouver jewellers.
Roque's delicate pieces are simple, sophisticated and sustainable.
Get fresh this spring.
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It's here! Our 29th annual celebration of the best restaurants in the city.
These three developments will redefine our urban landscape.
Industry experts scrutinize Vancouver's successes and failures after five decades of architectural overhaul.
See how a heritage space became home to a bustling real estate marketing and brokerage firm.
One day you'll be able to hack your square footage with this transforming (and kind of magical) piece of furniture.
UBC researcher Joseph Dahmen on why so many homes get torn down, and what should replace them.
"Vancouver is a mixture of street cultures and skyscrapers. East and West meet here, that’s a unique part of it."
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A look back at last month's M-Power Series talk with architect Michael Green.
The Scottish Free Presbyterian church is now the studio of artist Jane Irwin.
This hybrid of wood, concrete and steel will be a residence for UBC students
Couldn't make our Michael Green event at Brian Jessel BMW? Here's what you missed
See for yourself how bright pops of colour and industrial details come together in this cool Vancouver live-work space, part of this year’s Modern Architecture and Design Society Home Tour.
An introduction to the next Brian Jessel M Power Series speaker