Of all the health benefits of boxing—strength, endurance, muscle growth—perhaps the most alluring is the catharsis of being able to punch the hell out of something.
The Spanish-born Picasso created tens of thousands of works, of which 200 paintings were distilled for Imagine Picasso. Inspired by the origami sculptures the artist made for his children, architect Rudy Ricciotti created the environment to mimic the artist’s cubist phase and squiggly line drawings.
If you’re Canadian or enjoy Canadian culture, chances are you’re familiar with musician Sarah McLachlan. What you may not have known is McLachlan is also the founder and chair of the Sarah McLachlan School of Music (SoM).
This humble location disguises lofty ambitions—to shift the narrative of Vancouver’s car scene from imported supercars to bespoke works of design, highlighting the incredible pool of local talent that restores, modifies, tunes, and refines our favourite vehicles.
Some amazing ice cream in Vancouver, British Columbia.
When executive chef Gus Stieffenhofer-Brandson begins conceptualizing a new menu item at Vancouver’s Published on Main, he turns to his flavour library for the building blocks.
Chef Francisco Higareda believes that, while expensive to source, these centuries-old ingredients are essential to the preservation of Mexican cuisine and culture.
With the publication of their new recipe book, the Juice Truck team hopes to share their wholesome practices with a wider audience.
Searching for beautiful pet furniture in Canada often means looking at sites or in stores that carry pieces from Scandinavia and Japan. Why has it taken so long for North American companies to catch up?