When you venture into a cave, you’re wise to expect the unexpected. Caves contain challenges and mysteries, unsettling twists and turns, drops into darkness, bursts of air and light. The new Art at the Cave gallery on Evergreen Boulevard in downtown Vancouver isn’t exactly like that; it’s a big, airy space with pristine white walls and a gleaming wood floor. Curator Anne John means to keep it that way, she said; even with artworks occupying those walls, there’s enough room so each seems to stand alone, rather than jostling neighboring artworks for your eyeballs’ attention.
Final Draft Taphouse has been open for two months with 30 rotating taps of craft beers, cider and wine. The taphouse also has a humble food menu to support the beverage offerings. Owners and operators Kimberly Johnson and Mike Bolt both worked in the industry before launching Final Draft. The taphouse joins the growing list of establishments where you can go explore a variety of expertly crafted brews and relax with good company and a bite to eat.
Gary Gross first tasted mead at his son’s medieval-themed wedding in 2004. When he returned home, he went to Bader’s Beer & Wine Supply in Vancouver, got a starter kit and began home brewing beer and mead. After years of experimentation, and the encouragement of friends and family, Gary and his wife, Shirley, formed Ethereal Meads in 2012.
I kept most of the weeds from going to seed this summer, but I have a lot of small weeds right now. I am tired of weeding. Is there anything I can do to get rid of these weeds more easily and prevent new weeds?