With a career that has included two Olympic golds, a world championship and the Canadian Women’s Hockey League’s Clarkson Cup, this hockey star has scored a balance between her sport and motherhood.
Roast chicken, chicken wings, karaage chicken — Nicole Gomes, Cluck N Cleaver’s Chief Chicken Officer, loves it all and shares where she goes to eat them in Calgary.
When Gooliaff founded Tangy Lime Dance Projects, she wanted to make sure that the stilts weren't just a prop.
Each of these individuals were profiled in our Workout column in 2016. Take the quiz to see how well you remember each person, then keep scrolling down past the quiz to read more about them all.
The musician celebrates the launch of his new album Slave in a Stone December 9 at Festival Hall.
Carly’s Angels drag show has been entertaining Calgary audiences for more than 15 years.
The Calgary adventurer broke a world record this past summer for his solo row across the Atlantic, just one of the many feats of endurance he has achieved.
The people behind some of our city’s most memorable holiday happenings take time to chat with Avenue about what makes this season a special time.
Resort season’s passholders on what they love most about their home mountains.
Duncan Ly knows great Vietnamese food when he tastes it. If you’re looking for tasty pho, beef carpaccio or clay pots, take this prominent chef’s advice.
Read our list of best and brightest young educators, innovators and entrepreneurs in Calgary and tell us if you know someone who should be on the 2017 list. Top 40 Under 40 nominations close April 30.
Three years ago, this local author participated in National Novel Writing Month. She got it published just in time for this year's event, and it's one of five Calgarian novels that will make you want to write a book of your own.
The gifted singer and cellist is on her way to Las Vegas to join Cirque du Soleil.
Wondering where to get that focaccia that’s “a beautiful cloud of bread?” Domenic Tudda shares the secret.
And today she is still an avid climber whose goal is to move with elegance on the rocks.
The local actor and director of the Y Stage youth theatre series keeps his body and mind strong with mixed martial arts.
He trained in the Hart Dungeon and competed as a professional wrestler for more than 20 years. Now retired, Hart is battling injuries and illness. And it's an entirely different kind of fight.
The "Marcus" of Made By Marcus on flavour hits, flavour misses and being an accidental artisanal ice-cream maker.