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Lindsay William-Ross

Lindsay William-Ross

Lindsay is the Managing Editor of Vancouver Is Awesome. A fifth-generation Vancouverite and life-long foodie, Lindsay also serves as a judge for the Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards and writes V.I.A's "Forking Awesome" newsletter. Previously the Food Editor of Daily Hive, Senior Editor of Vancity Buzz, and Editor-in-Chief of LAist.com, in her past life in L.A. she earned a Master's in English, attended cooking school, did improv, and taught English at CSULA. Lindsay's first published piece was in 1980 in The Province: her letter to Santa. When she's not working or at a restaurant, she's probably watching "Law & Order: SVU."

E-mail: lindsay@vancouverisawesome.com // Twitter/Instagram: @squashblossom

Recent Work by Lindsay

Health authority seeks injunction to shut down B.C. restaurant not complying with vaccine card mandate

Health authority seeks injunction to shut down B.C. restaurant not complying with vaccine card mandate

"We're disappointed to be at this stage," said B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix.
Despite some capacity and movement restrictions lifting at B.C. venues soon, dancing still off the table

Despite some capacity and movement restrictions lifting at B.C. venues soon, dancing still off the table

When can we hit the dance floor and get footloose and boogie again in B.C.?
Despite land border re-opening, majority of Vancouver residents have no plans to cross into the U.S. soon

Despite land border re-opening, majority of Vancouver residents have no plans to cross into the U.S. soon

Dreaming about a road trip south to Disneyland? How about a quick hop over to Bellingham for a Trader Joe's run?
Greetings from the Atmospheric River: Scenes from a very wet weekend in Vancouver (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

Greetings from the Atmospheric River: Scenes from a very wet weekend in Vancouver (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

From pups in rain gear to surging rivers and seawall-slapping waves, this weekend's rain brought out all the feels.
'A long episode of heavy rain' will soak Metro Vancouver through Saturday

'A long episode of heavy rain' will soak Metro Vancouver through Saturday

Rainfall totals are predicted to be in the 90 to 150 mm range.
A new Japanese specialty food market is opening in West Vancouver

A new Japanese specialty food market is opening in West Vancouver

A new destination for fresh sushi, wagyu sliced to order, grab-and-go and frozen Japanese meals, housewares, and more.
Let us know: Where can you see the best Halloween decorations and displays in Vancouver?

Let us know: Where can you see the best Halloween decorations and displays in Vancouver?

We want to show all the city's ghosts and ghouls where to see the best Halloween displays in Vancouver this month
Italian restaurant known for its massive portions closes Vancouver location

Italian restaurant known for its massive portions closes Vancouver location

"It was a very tough decision that went back and forth many times, but we ultimately decided it needed to be done," say restaurant owners
Outdoor 'dome' dining experience returns to Vancouver's waterfront this winter

Outdoor 'dome' dining experience returns to Vancouver's waterfront this winter

Dine inside a heated glass panelled dome overlooking scenic Coal Harbour
Vancouver police arrest Lower Mainland gang member earmarked as one of the 'Dangerous Six'

Vancouver police arrest Lower Mainland gang member earmarked as one of the 'Dangerous Six'

At the time of his arrest he had a rifle, a handgun, and ammunition in his possession