B and I went to the Vancouver Art Gallery last month and it was a lot of fun. I could write a whole paragraph on my experiences, but I think in this case, “a picture tells a thousand words” rings true.
This past Saturday was my birthday and B braved through the sudden snowfall in Vancouver from Seattle to celebrate it with me, which I am very grateful for. We went to Miku for lunch, which was delicious as always. Afterwards, we went to the mall and B got me a new charm for my… Read More My 23rd Birthday Weekend
B came back for the weekend and we had a great date night. We went to the art gallery first, then had dinner at Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar for Dine Out Vancouver. The last time we went was after our date at the Aquarium this past summer.
This month has been a snowstorm – literally and figuratively. Vancouver has turned from Raincouver to Snowcouver in the past few weeks, and although I know that our neighbours in the east coast are probably giggling at our ridiculous situation compared to the mountains of snow that they get, it is still a big thing… Read More Winter Wonderland
I had heard about Jinya Ramen a few years ago, but never checked it out until recently with a friend. My friend and I both had their JINYA Tonkotsu Black, and we added a combo. I got the pork gyoza combo while my friend had their Tokyo curry rice. The ramen was very different from… Read More Food Travel: Jinya Ramen Bar
Although the feature exhibition was Picasso and his muses, there were more exhibitions to check out on the upper levels of the Vancouver Art Gallery. B and I took a look and walked through Bharti Kher: Matter artwork. Although Picasso’s paintings were fascinating, Kher’s multimedia work was also captivating in its own ways. The pieces were intriguing… Read More Bharti Kher: Matter
Continuing on from Picasso, B and I also checked out Stephen Waddell’s photo exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Over the past two decades the Vancouver-based artist Stephen Waddell has become widely known for his photographs and paintings that address urban space, particularly his depictions of the human figure in the modern city. This exhibition… Read More Stephen Waddell: Next: Dark Matter Atlas