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Newfoundland and Labrador’s Bonavista Biennale, which begins on August 17, sees Indigenous, Canadian, and international artists take over the Bonavista Peninsula for an entire month.
The tiara has always inspired fascination. And while historically the headpiece was a symbol of grand aristocratic femininity, in the 21st century the tiara appears to have entered a new era.
Here, we offer a few recommendations on how to kick-start your discovery of Aruba—an ideal balance of pampering and play.
Five metres below the surface of the North Sea lies the newly opened restaurant Under.
Maryam Jafri’s first solo exhibition in Canada examines the economic, political, and cultural factors that explain certain fixations of contemporary society: self-care, politics, and the legalities of creative property.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: The moon is such a familiar sight we often don’t give it a second glance. Yet it was not that long ago that Omega and the rest of the world looked to the moon.
The restored 17th-century monastery Monastero Santa Rosa gets a new life as a remarkable 20-key hotel.
Nathan Buhler, founder of BLDG Workshop, and interior designer Adrianne Bailie found inspiration in the Monashee mountains, Japanese design, and juxtaposed textures during the renovation of the Kalamalka lakeside home in B.C.’s North Okanagan.