FROM THE ARCHIVE: For half a century David Suzuki has been a cautioning voice about our stewardship of the planet.
Now in its closing weekend, the Vancouver Art Gallery’s Moving Still: Performative Photography in India exhibition traces the art of performative photography—telling stories through visual stills—in India from the 1800s to the present day.
There’s something deliciously intriguing about figs. Those not-quite-a-pear, not-quite-a-peach fruits share qualities with our skin—an organ that’s best treated from the inside out.
Chef Andrea Carlson’s commitment to exceptional, locally sourced ingredients has left an indelible imprint on Vancouver’s food industry. Now the powerhouse restaurateur is releasing her own cookbook.
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.
If, as Anthony Bourdain once said, the professional kitchen is a place where some people find a new family, Heat Laliberte found his in One Arrow, his Vancouver meat shop known for artisanal bacon.
Founded in 2010, the local company leads bike tours on unique routes through city streets, stopping for local lore and legend along the way.
Seigo Nakamura, of Aburi Restaurants, revolutionized the sushi scene in Canada with the introduction of flame-seared aburi sushi. His accolades include Miku, Gyoza bar, Minami, and the newly opened sushi-conveyor belt concept Tora in Toronto.
Toronto-based artist Deanna Bowen fuses the nostalgic with the forensic in the CAG’s latest exhibit on the unacknowledged story of Vancouver entertainers, threaded with her own family history.