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28-Hour Stand-Up Comedy Marathon to Help Fund Fire Relief

28-Hour Stand-Up Comedy Marathon to Help Fund Fire Relief

Local comedians attempt to offer some comic relief.

The Best Thing I Ate All Week: Clam Chowder at Crab Park Chowdery

The Best Thing I Ate All Week: Clam Chowder at Crab Park Chowdery

This could be the beginning of a friendly competition with chowder capitals South of the border.

Which Restaurant Has the Best Wine List in the City?

Which Restaurant Has the Best Wine List in the City?

Easy, it's Vij's. No, wait, it's Burdock and Co. We ponder the merits of both.

The Best Places in Vancouver to Shop for Jeans, Cool Shoes, Cozy Outwear and More

The Best Places in Vancouver to Shop for Jeans, Cool Shoes, Cozy Outwear and More

Whether you’re in the market for that perfect-fitting pair of jeans or a winter jacket that will hold in the heat, knowing where to go is half the battle.

Made-in-Vancouver gift guide for the home

Made-in-Vancouver gift guide for the home

Escape the poinsettia-printed platters this season. Handwoven blankets, modern wall art, and candles scented with essential oils all create charm that can be enjoyed year-round

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Made-in-Vancouver gift guide for her

Made-in-Vancouver gift guide for her

Avoid the shop-till-you-drop cycle this holiday. From pyjamas to skin cream to perfect hostess gifts, a roundup of local gifts that now make holiday shopping festive and fun.

New Kits Restaurant on a Mission to Resurrect Cursed Space

New Kits Restaurant on a Mission to Resurrect Cursed Space

Judging by the reviews so far, they might just do it.

Restaurant Preview: Royal Dinette

Restaurant Preview: Royal Dinette

The latest room from chef David Gunawan (Farmer's Apprentice) opens this week.

Let’s Talk Community on Canadian Multiculturalism Day

Let’s Talk Community on Canadian Multiculturalism Day

A Vancouver Foundation survey uncovers urban alienation. It’s not a uniquely local problem, but it begs uniquely local solutions

Grapes & Soda: The Middle Child in the Farmer’s Apprentice Family

Grapes & Soda: The Middle Child in the Farmer’s Apprentice Family

The new organic wine and canapé spot opens next to the award-winning South Granville eatery.

You Will Believe a Flea Market Can Float

You Will Believe a Flea Market Can Float

The Eastside Flea hopes to take over the city’s hapless “McBarge”