Today's Notable Young Professional is actor Chad Connell, who offers some great advice for other young professionals looking to make a career in his field. One thing we learned from him? Don't discount the 10,000-hour rule... Elevator Pitch: Describe your...
Sylvie Croteau-Chou has been busy making a name for herself in Calgary’s design community. She spent several years working in Calgary galleries and design stores before deciding to go it alone, and now runs two businesses while still finding time to contribute her social media expertise to local charities. How does she do it?
We recently sat down with Jordie Lane, the cool cat and recent LA transplant from Melbourne, Australia, to find out what he thinks of our Calgary Folk Music Festival, Canada in general and moving for strange love. His Canadian tour wrapped up on August 1 in Vancouver, but since he’s just down in LA these days, here’s hoping we’ll see more of him soon
The long weekend is over. Welcome back to reality. Need some inspiration? Jason Alexander (yes, the lazy, mooching, cheapskate George Costanza of Seinfeld) captured perfectly the key to being content with your profession
Today's Notable Young Professional is sake aficionado Miki Ellis, who's responsible for training seminars, creating pairings for private/tasting menus, keeping sake flights fresh, overseeing the sake list, and hosting sake dinners at Vancouver's Minami and Miku restaurants
Today's Notable Young Professional is BMW MINI Laval Director of Marketing Massimo D’Argenio, whose definition of success is finding your true passion and never actually “working” a day in your life. Find out more about his third generation family business in today's profile
You’ve likely heard of Gilt.com by now. It has quickly become a guilty pleasure (no pun intended) of ours, along with fellow fashion-loving young professionals (YPs) across North America. Gilt Groupe has altered the landscape of e-commerce and revolutionized the way that we shop and attain luxury
There’s no way this interview should have flown under your radar. But just in case it did, we implore you to clear 60 minutes of your schedule at earliest convenience to watch this rollercoaster of a conversation between BBC Radio 1’s Zane Lowe and Jay-Z
J.Crew's first Calgary shop opened in June 2012 – a notable addition to the city’s retail landscape, for sure. With 5,308 square feet of preppy chic at our fingertips, we sat down with Tom Mora, Head of Women's Design at J.Crew, to get the what's what on the classic label
Ian Bevis and Kyle Statham make up Vancouver’s Bear Mountain, who recently stopped over in Calgary to play the Sled Island Music Festival (which, as a result of the flooding, was unfortunately cancelled). Ian Bevin was nice enough to answer a few questions for Notable before the Bear Mountain show at the Hifi Club on June 19