On his greatest food hits, an early-career miss and what he thinks about when he hears Justin Bieber’s “Sorry.”
See why this local artist's textiles are attracting a devoted following both locally and abroad.
The Sled Island Festival's Immigration Coordinator on the art of balancing bands, borders and bureaucracy.
The gardening and landscaping expert shares why the Dixie Chicks, Reader Rock Garden and his spade from Lee Valley Tools are all things he can't live without.
The Rosebud-based actor on being cast as Jesus in this year's Canadian Badlands Passion Play.
Whether she’s boxing, bodybuilding or commanding the boardroom, this fitness-focused entrepreneur doesn’t let anything hold her back.
The executive director of Decidedly Jazz Danceworks (DJD) on the company's new home and the long journey it took to get there.
On trust, instinct and the thrill of seeing one of your pack play Jon Snow's direwolf on Game of Thrones.
Luke Materi is creating art installations along the Bow River and in Bragg Creek using only natural materials and a lot of patience.
The Calgary Horticultural Society's "gardener at large" on garden zones, garden gnomes and why Larry the Lemon Tree got the boot.
This mobile art studio is quite possibly the hottest truck in the country.
On first poems, best poems and why poetry is the most convenient art form.
The retired NHL goaltender and current Hockey Night in Canada broadcaster leaves the rink behind and gets out to the mountains whenever he can.
Members of the Silver Stars Musical Revue Society have decades of experience. One was in a girl band in the 1940s, another opened for Bob Hope and one can still do the splits. (Disclaimer: This story might just make your day.)
The Alberta Ballet dancer and choreographer looks back at his time with the company on the eve of his retirement and lets us in on what's ahead.
Patrick Schmeikal is a parkour participant and coach who has witnessed Calgary's parkour community grow and thrive.
These female architects are heading up major projects in hospitality, health care, green design, and City and community-based initiatives. At the same time, they’re helping re-invent what success looks like in this traditionally male-dominated profession by making their own rules.
The founder of the new Banff Yoga Festival on why the mountains are the best place to practice.