We’re not sure how tanning salons still exist when we’re all well aware of the dangers associated with ‘faking and baking’. And yet, even though strip clubs are a dying business in Canada, tanning salons seem to be holding strong....
This week you have the chance to go see a feature film made by the talented YYC filmmaker Kyle Thomas. If you love stunning scenery and stories about people in your own backyard, you’ll want to hear more about The Valley Below
There are countless bars in Calgary that like to refer to themselves as “Irish pubs,” but with St. Patrick’s Day happening tomorrow, we’ve done you a favour and compiled a list of the places that you’ll actually want to celebrate in green
April’s only a month away, which means you’d better have the right plans for ringing in the spring. Which is why we’re here with everything you need to know about the party of the season: Calgary’s annual motionball Gala
We’ve been anxiously waiting to find out what would become of the former Melrose Bar on 17th Avenue, and with demolition crews hard now at work, the word is out. Within the year, the Trolley Five Brewery and Restaurant will be the new spot to quench your thirst
If you’re a foodie or a frequent weekend traveller, you can thank us later for making your day. The top 100 restaurants in the country – as decided on by some of Canada’s culinary finest – has just been revealed. And to simplify your life, we’ve broken it down to the top ten in each city.
Something delectable this way comes and it’s called ‘Big Taste’. Anyone who wants to enjoy the best this city has to offer in dining and drinks should take note. To help your taste buds get the most out of this March event, we’ve compiled a fun list of places you have to visit
As the expression goes: “Good things come in small packages”, and nothing could be truer when talking about Calgary’s first nanobrewery, the Dandy Brewing Company. Focused on making small quantities for a boutique marketplace, each bottle is made with a great deal of love, care, and attention.
The only thing extreme about Edmonton is the weather, but that’s all about to change. In a few weeks, Red Bull will be coming to the province to host the madcap championships for something called ‘Ice Cross’. If this sport doesn’t shock you, nothing will