One local collective is looking to bring back the attention to the artist with their recurring, monthly music performance series hosted all over the city, but with a twist–it’s all secret.
Persephone Smith-Johansson was sent up to Mars to oversee the building of condo units for the Martian colonists, as one of the 14 Beakerhead events happening in Calgary from Aug. 13 to 17, 2017. Smith-Johansson is a character that was created by the Mars 112 team and she brought a story line to the site.
More than a 100 people gathered on Sept. 15 at City Hall to protest against the humanitarian crisis Rohingya Muslims are facing in Myanmar. “All human beings are deserving of…
Druh Farrell, the incumbent councillor of ward 7 Calgary, won again on Oct. 17, 2017, with an “unofficial” count over her opposition, Brent Alexander, with an 837 vote difference, reads the election Calgary website.
On September 11, Calgary Mayor, Naheed Nenshi, released a detailed a proposal for a brand new cultural and entertainment village. The concept for this village includes a new NHL arena, a rebuilding of Olympic Plaza, an expanded Arts Commons, and several other features to continue economic growth in the River District.
Local businesses of East Village, Frilly Lilly and Liz + Lottie, share their thoughts on the evolving suburban-like community that has grown into one of Calgary’s most sophisticated places to spend a day off in.
In keeping with the themes of progress and modernization, on Monday, Jan. 23, in a Calgary city council vote, it was decided that the Langevin Bridge would be renamed Reconciliation Bridge, in honour of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s final report and 94 calls to action.