There is a difference between growing tea and making tea—Westholme Tea Farm accomplishes both.

Designer Hayden Lasher delivers an eponymous three-piece collection of New York–made handbags.

Objetik’s diverse collection finds cohesion by rooting itself in the core qualities of sustainability and utilitarianism.

To celebrate the sparkling cityscape, the fourth annual Illuminate SF Festival of Light hosts series of events showcasing 35 installations until New Year’s Day.

The Nutcracker ballet has become a quintessential holiday tradition, though dance companies have been known to put their own spins on the classic tale.

Deborah Lau-Yu of Palettera has made it her mission to convey celebratory occurrences in a tangible, timeless manner.

A half-hour drive north from the Nanaimo airport, one could easily zip past the twin Vancouver Island towns of Parksville and Qualicum Beach without ever realizing they’re there. Yet, lined by the Salish Sea and enveloped in Coastal Douglas firs, it only takes one visit to understand why many find solace in these two tucked-away communities.

Small Wonders: Gothic Boxwood Miniatures comes to the Art Gallery of Ontario displaying more than 60 boxwood carvings—rosaries, prayer beads, altar pieces—from Northern Europe, dating back as far as the 1500s.

Three years in the making, Serena Ryder’s album Utopia contains music that does not shy away from pain.