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Douglas Coupland’s latest show “everywhere is anywhere is anything is everything”—a colourful survey of the Vancouver writer and artist’s creative output over the past 12 years—closes today at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

Dining

Cuisine du terroir. 

Like terroir-driven wines, cuisine du terroir can be translated as food of the earth, and food with a strong sense of place and season. That’s how chefs/partners/locavore champions Cameron Smith and Dana Ewart of Joy Road Catering describe their craft.

Style

Beyond the boardwalk in Venice, California.

Just 20 minutes from LAX lies a sunny haven near the coastline deemed “The Coolest Block in America”.

Travel

Glorious solitude.

Monument Valley can be appreciated in a way that so many other of the world’s treasures should be.

Arts

Temperatures of change.

Since 1980, Joel Berman Glass Studios has grown from four people to 40, providing decorative glass solutions for architecture and design to an international list of clients.

Arts

Land marks.

Vik Muniz has achieved global acclaim for his work, notably for his use of unconventional materials—diamonds, sugar, string, chocolate syrup—to create thought-provoking imagery.

Dining

Setting their sites.

Since Jak Meyer and Janice Meyer-Stevens launched Meyer Family Vineyards in 2006, they have turned British Columbian wine on its head with world-class quality chardonnay and pinot noir.

Style

Women's fashion.

A women’s fashion editorial from the archive, shot on location at Playland at the PNE.

Dining

Wassailing we go.

Cider has not only begun making a comeback as the drink of choice for those looking beyond beer and wine, but also represents a refreshment that can be enjoyed well into the winter months.

Culture

Tools to overcome anxiety.

Part guidebook, part clinical insight, all compassion and ultimately just plain useful information, “Generation Stressed” is an ideal companion for any parent looking for some answers.

Dining

Recipe.

We are always happy to share the work of local, artisanal genius, and recommend you put Hatfield House on your itinerary the next time you head to the Maritimes, but this recipe works well anywhere in the world.

Travel

A look back at the season.

Spend a couple of weeks in the tiny fishing town of Greenspond on the northeast coast of Newfoundland, and aside from spotting stray icebergs and passing whales, you’ll learn much about Newfoundland’s lobster traditions.

Dining

Winning recipe.

After six years in its original Crosstown location, Café Medina recently moved to a beautiful new home at 780 Richards Street.