List of contributors to the 2020 issue.
In Vancouver, two hand-poke tattoo artists provide an alternative to machine tattooing: creating safe and inclusive spaces for clients.
The Nikkei Centre in Burnaby, BC, works with Japanese Canadian history, heritage, and culture to create a vibrant community.
Murals not only benefit artists and businesses; they can also liven up neighbourhoods and create a sense of community.
Art has the ability to open doors and build bridges. In the first responder community, art has helped heal, connect, and raise awareness about mental health.
A traditional Japanese art that restores broken pottery, kintsugi can sometimes mend more than the pieces it puts back together.
An actor, art enthusiast, and jewellery designer, Amy Amantea has not let the loss of her sight deter her from the enjoyment of art.
Paragon Tea Room encourages conversation and connection through innovative technology and a cup of tea.
Originally from Haines Junction, Yukon, artist Cole Pauls draws on both culture and history to
create his bestselling graphic novels.
List of contributors to the 2019 issue.
As the homelessness crisis worsens, cities in the Pacific Northwest look for ways to move forward.
How three Vancouver women are changing business for the better through environmental and social sustainability.
Including Indigenous content and history in BC’s curriculum is a small but necessary step toward healing.
Community-based tourism is a responsible way to travel, preserving a destination community’s culture and environment.
Community-run Spartacus Books is a nonprofit resource centre with a long history of perseverance in the face of change.
Ancora Waterfront Dining and Patio offers Peruvian and Japanese fusion cuisine using sustainably-sourced seafood.
How illustrator Euge Leung turned a doodle of a joyful pug stuck in a doughnut into the popular Puglie Pug brand.
Cơm Vietnamese is a welcome addition to Richmond, BC, with its family-style sharing menu and innovative cocktail menu.
After the success of her first book, Pedal, Chelsea Rooney hopes to publish something meaningful with her second novel.
Pacific Rim Magazine staff takes on the Giga Dragon eating challenge at Ramen Takanotsume in Vancouver’s West End.
Main Street’s new and trendy Sing Sing Beer Bar boasts 20 rotating taps and specializes in pizza and pho.
The tight-knit community of Anacla prepares for a predicted earthquake; can neighbouring communities learn from them?
Green roofs are on the rise for their environmental benefits and their ability to bring communities together.
Amber Morrison, the creator of Sad Girl Review magazine, wants to elevate women’s content through art, poetry, and design.