To better understand how virtual reality technology is currently being used, we invited industry insiders to expound on its applications.
Alain de Botton’s brand of popular philosophy has long polarized opinions. His School of Life helps people find fulfillment in the everyday; his latest novel, The Course of Love, charts the intricate path of a long-term relationship.
Bayerische Motoren Werke AG—better known today as the BMW Group—marked its 100th anniversary on March 7th in Munich this year.
The most depressing part of the story: it’s the same old story.
Philanthropist Michael Audain’s new Audain Art Museum in Whistler is a study of British Columbia’s art of the past 200 years—and by extension, the story of B.C. itself.
Toronto, the first North American city to adopt Doors Open, is celebrating its 17th year of the annual event this month.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Anyone who might have thought that a busy kitchen was a well-oiled machine learns differently from Bourdain’s tell-all, which reveals that you should never eat fish on a Monday, and that if you’re a fan of eggs benny, you’re the most hated kind of restaurant-goer there is.
The Heffel Fine Art Auction House’s spring 2016 auction this May is a tribute to the seminal moments of both Canada’s art history and the careers of the artists who defined it.
From games and gaming to puzzles and crafting, our preferences and tastes during leisure time can prove indicators of other aspects of ourselves, individually and as a social body.