algarians flocked to Fort Calgary the weekend of Sept. 16, 2017 to bask in the glow of the Serpent Mother, a 30-foot interactive flame-spitting sculpture as a part of the science…
Mixed media artist Luke xggan landed in Calgary from the U.K. to collaborate with ACAD and SAIT as a part of this year’s Beakerhead on Sept. 13, 2017.
Rage Yoga is a Calgary-based phenomenon, created and taught by Lindsay Istace, that is relieving stress one swear at a time. A Rage Yoga class is similar in movement to a conventional one, with a couple of interesting twists.
Eric and Rachelle Skilling are Calgary-based podcasters with a show that has been running for over eight years. The duo have a regular podcast, Tip Tap Tip, where you can tune in for a good laugh.
On Jan. 28, the Chinese Cultural Centre in Calgary celebrated the year of the rooster at the Chinese New Year’s festival. Children born in 2017 are meant to become punctual and honest people in the future.
Calgary bars and pubs are taking part in the popular date night activity, Paintnite, as a way to bring in more locals. Paintnites are a creative and social way to bring together patrons with a glass of wine and a canvas.