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14 Jan 2018

Brewing Bitters

Charred Cedar Bitters, Husk Cherry Bitters, Meyer Lemon Bitters, Coffee-Pecan Bitters. These are just some of the bitters you can make at home, according to Brad Thomas Parsons, author of Bitters. A Spirited History of a Classic Cure-All. Bitters, according to Parsons, ‘are an aromatic flavoring agent made from infusing

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14 Jan 2018

Most Borrowed Canadian Books

Last week, we saw the Vancouver Public Library’s most checked-out books of 2017. What are their Top 10 Canadian checked-out books of all time, well from the last 15 years when they started tracking? Most Borrowed Canadian Adult Books Since 2002 The Corporation. Joel Bakan. 2004 Obasan. Joy Kogawa. 1983

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12 Jan 2018

Takashi Murakami

The Takashi buzz has already started. In less than a month, the Vancouver Art Gallery will mount Takashi Murakami: The Octopus Eats Its Leg. The traveling show – created by Michael Darling, Chief Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago – features more than 50 works. It traces Murakami’s

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09 Jan 2018

Filming Vancouver Neighbourhoods

Whether you live in Vancouver or are planning a visit, it’s interesting to see how filmmakers define and capture our different neighbourhoods. Filmmakers with Tourism Vancouver are doing just that with their Very Vancouver Neighbourhoods series. They are working their way through the city, and in so doing capturing many of

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