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Far from gloomy, darker paints create a cozy, more welcoming room

Far from gloomy, darker paints create a cozy, more welcoming room

Dark hues have a bad rap as gloomy and depressing. More likely, they're bringing home the good vibes, all year long.
Here’s how you can fast-track your career in the art and design industry

Here’s how you can fast-track your career in the art and design industry

Emily Carr University of Art + Design offers new students a head start in their first year of studies through the Accelerated Summer Foundation
Transform Asian kitchen staples into an umami-packed vegetarian soup

Transform Asian kitchen staples into an umami-packed vegetarian soup

It’s a common misconception that the best soups require long ingredient lists and hours of simmering. In fact, just a handful of high-flavor items can be transformed into an umami-bomb of a soup in just 45 minutes.
Free memory tests in Metro Vancouver are now available to the public

Free memory tests in Metro Vancouver are now available to the public

Cost-free and voluntary memory testing provided by the Richmond Memory Clinic (as part of Richmond Clinical Trials) allows participants to assess and monitor their cognitive health
This year, why not make custom chocolates for, or with, your Valentine?

This year, why not make custom chocolates for, or with, your Valentine?

Since Cadbury popularized the fancy box of chocolates in the 19th century, the link between love and those darkly sweet treats has only grown stronger — thanks partly to years of clever marketing.
An Italian flourless chocolate cake hits the right sweet notes for Valentine's Day

An Italian flourless chocolate cake hits the right sweet notes for Valentine's Day

Chocolate is inextricably linked to Valentine’s Day, and much of it comes packaged in heart-shaped boxes.
For a romantic Valentine's Day dinner at home, a recipe that doesn't tie you down in the kitchen

For a romantic Valentine's Day dinner at home, a recipe that doesn't tie you down in the kitchen

The first decision that needs to be made on Valentine’s Day is: Eat in or go out? Since you are checking out this article and recipe, I‘m thinking that you (like me!) are of the stay-home-and-cook persuasion.
New book based on sex survey offers unprecedented look into Canadians' bedrooms

New book based on sex survey offers unprecedented look into Canadians' bedrooms

Until recently, Tina Fetner's sociology students at McMaster University were skeptical when she presented statistics about sexual activity.
Here's how to beat the hype and overcome loneliness on Valentine's Day

Here's how to beat the hype and overcome loneliness on Valentine's Day

NEW YORK (AP) — Elise Plessis hasn't been in a long-term relationship for 26 years. It's by choice, yet she still suffers FOMO when Valentine's Day rolls around.
Artist's paintings of Chinatown buildings offer nostalgia and community connection

Artist's paintings of Chinatown buildings offer nostalgia and community connection

Many Vancouverites connect with one artist’s vivid paintings of historic Chinatown buildings because the imagery evokes memories.