Notable Now Calgary: March 22, 2013

Two of Vancouver’s finest funkateers are bringing their Ghetto Funk electronic act to our fair city this weekend. Dunks & The Outlier have headlined major music festivals, including Shambhala and Bass Coast. Catch the duo’s DJ set and audio-visual show at Ten Nightclub this Friday before they take their mashups and remixes to The Central in Fernie on Saturday night. Ten Nightclub, 1140 10 Ave SW. The Central, 301 2nd Ave.

Friday Night Loose Moose
The late shows at the Loose Moose are just that; a little more loose. The forbidden impro techniques their regular shows don’t include will be on display at in their Chop Shop show this Friday at 10:30pm. The Loose Moose performers are looking for laughs as they entertain you with team-on-team impro-battles, music, sketch comedy, puppetry, robotics and more. No set ticket prices; just pay what you think the show was worth. Buy your tickets online here. Next to the Crossroads Market, 1235 26 Ave SE.

Anju Restaurant
Anju’s modern Korean fare continues to score the spot a place as one of Calgary’s top restaurants. On trend Asian fushion is their game, from the Kimchi lettuce wrap to Soju shots. The salmon tacos are delish and don’t miss the ox tail tortellini, their Asian spin on an Italian classic – you won’t be disappointed. Follow the servers’ recommended favourites and take advantage that they’re open late on the weekends. Call 403.532.9419 for reservations. 507 10 Street SW

Moving Images and Sound Collective Festival 2013
Illingworth Kerr Gallery and Alberta College of Art + Design are presenting a program of films and speakers investigating the creative process at the Glenbow Museum. Follow the creative path of emerging artists throughout the weekend with films starting at 7pm on Friday and 1pm on Saturday.Admission is free, but get there early as it’s on a first come, first served basis. The ConocoPhillips Theatre Glenbow Museum, 130 – 9 Avenue SE

Born Ruffians
The Canadian indie rock band from Toronto will be rocking out at the Palomino this Friday. Make sure you see the post-punk revival group as they start out their tour, which has them crisscrossing North America through the end of May. Grab some BBQ upstairs before heading down to check out the band, who has toured with the likes of Hot Chip and Franz Ferdinand. Their new album Birthmarks comes out in April. 109-7th Avenue SW

Stompin’ Tom Tribute with Matt Masters
Calgary’s own Matt Masters pays tribute to Stompin’ Tom Connors at the Oak Tree Tavern in Kensington Saturday night. Be sure to bring your friends for this top tapping evening. Masters’ country and western with a contemporary edge will highlight Canada’s late great country and folk songwriter. Wait for Masters’ takes on the iconic The Hockey Song and Sudbury Saturday Night over an order of the Tavern Nachos. 124 10 St NW

Photo courtesy Anju Restaurant