Christopher Gaze of Bard on the Beach
One man, many parts.
Equal parts approachable, passionate, effusive, self-deprecating and serious, Christopher Gaze is the formative creative force behind Bard on the Beach.
Television’s House Bands
Music late at night.
Live television—or, more accurately, television shows performed before a live audience but presented in video-delay—has certain demands that are invisible from the television audience.
Alder Bay Boat Company
David Bradford builds custom rowboats, sailboats, and motorboats at the Alder Bay Boat Company using the traditional methods he’s learned over years of practice.
Original photography featuring fine contemporary home furnishings.
Master Architect Fred Hollingsworth
Home sweet home.
Fred Hollingsworth is at home. Literally—he is sitting in the large conservatory at the back of his North Vancouver house, listening to the water gurgle and drip across the basalt stones of an indoor fountain.
Vancouver’s Historic Street Trees
United in our urban forest.
Examples of Vancouver’s rich living history can be found across the city, which is home to 138,000 boulevard trees of nearly 600 species, with an estimated value of more than $500-million.
Food and Drink
Northern Italy's sparkling slopes.
Italian sparkling wine growers in the prosecco zone, the hills to the north of Venice, have a story of their own to tell.
The Unexpected Mexico City
Love and Mariachi.
Mexico City exudes nonchalance. At times it’s lethargic (airports, markets), other times it’s familial and cool (courtyards, cafés). But inside the establishments that make up Polanco, the city’s most fashionable quarters, service is attentive, on point, excellent.
You don't know JAC.
Rozemerie Cuevas has remained determined despite the tough industry odds that Canadian fashion designers face. And sitting across from her in the Jacqueline Conoir showroom, it’s easy to understand why this marks her 25th year in business.