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The puzzle of two-eyed seeing

The puzzle of two-eyed seeing

The Dark Season is here, and my dinner table is about to be given over to a 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle.
Twenty of the best international shuckers descend on Whistler for the World Oyster Invitational

Twenty of the best international shuckers descend on Whistler for the World Oyster Invitational

Shucking competition and 'Bloody Caesar Battle' closes out Cornucopia this weekend
The currant, not The Current

The currant, not The Current

When currants aren't really currants, but still pack a wallop
Whistler Cornucopia returns with most 
diverse lineup yet

Whistler Cornucopia returns with most diverse lineup yet

Food and drink festival features everything from Warhol-themed party to cooking-competition-turned-drag-show
What's to gain by letting risk in

What's to gain by letting risk in

The code of the fisherman is to stare every day, unflinchingly, at the sea. Fishing has been in Hiroshi Shirakawa's family for more than 15 generations.
Rocky Mountain Underground bringing its ski shop-taproom concept to Whistler

Rocky Mountain Underground bringing its ski shop-taproom concept to Whistler

Upper Village location will be a ski shop/café by day and cocktail bar and event space by night
The prettiest 
of poisons

The prettiest of poisons

Celebrating ends of all sorts in the 'spirits' of Halloween
Loved to death: Cornucopia event explores history of extinct foods

Loved to death: Cornucopia event explores history of extinct foods

Lost Feast author Lenore Newman joins chef Neal Harkins for tasting and talk
Finding the right outlet

Finding the right outlet

A month ago, I drove through Pemberton and one of the most beautiful 14-year-old kids I know, was standing in the middle of the roundabout, shaking a sign and punching his fist in the air. The climate strikes had come to Pemberton.
Fort Berens' recent awards haul 'a hometown win' for Lillooet winery

Fort Berens' recent awards haul 'a hometown win' for Lillooet winery

'For us, it's a confirmation we're on the right path,' says co-owner Rolf de Bruin