High Performance Rodeo (HPR), Calgary's International Festival of the Arts, is once again descending on Calgary, bringing hundreds of performers from all over the globe to our city’s stages. Thanks to One Yellow Rabbit, for four weeks Calgarians have the...
For the foodies out there with a soft spot for France, Cuisine et Chateau is here for you to indulge in all things French. Started in 2010 out of a desire to share an infectious passion and knowledge of great food, the company originally provided all-inclusive, luxury culinary tours to southwestern France
You’ll have bid adieu to 2012 and welcomed the New Year in style. As the first day of 2013, there’s no reason to sit inside, and what better way to cure a hangover than with some culinary delights. Here's a list of places that will be open on New Year’s Day
No one wants to show up to family and friends’ holiday dinners that tend to happen between Christmas and New Year’s empty handed. Why not leave it up to the professionals? The following is a list of places in Calgary where you can pick up those traditional and not-so-traditional treats.
Oliv Tasting Room treats olive oil and balsamic vinegar much the same way a purveyor of wine does, bringing you the intricate art of olive oil, whether tasting it or cooking with it. Located in Kensington (100-1130 Kensington Road NW), they attract foodies from all over the city for their top quality products
As fall transitions into winter, there are few things more predictable than complaints about the weather; it’s either too cold, too rainy, too snowy, or too dark. Should you find yourself falling into this habit (which, let’s face it, does not make for great conversation), why not resolve to embrace winter, instead of fighting it?
As young professionals, it is important to make time this weekend to commemorate our Canadian troops. It goes without saying that most of us will be sporting the poppy on our lapels as a sign of respect and support leading up to and including November 11, but showing up at one of the city’s services should definitely be on your calendar as well
Calgary young professionals came out dressed to impress in their best camp attire for the first-ever Calgary Boobyball. In support Rethink Breast Cancer, it was held at the Devonian Gardens in Calgary’s Core, the space transformed into a chic ‘Summer Camp’
You've already read all about the celebrity attendees, the talented musicians that crooned models down the runway, the decadently delicious treats that tickled taste buds, the venue that houses antique treasures from around the world, the valet parking that saved the evening of the suede stiletto, the stellar gift bags featuring Alberta's famous Longview Beef Jerky, and the list goes on and on. Here's what went on behind the scenes
Itâ€™s fall, and nothing says comfort quite like a warm bowl of soup. Soup Sisters and Broth Brothers feel the same way. A national non-profit organization (they are in 10 Canadian cities), they are dedicated to providing comfort to women, children and youth through the making, sharing and donating of soup