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Prosperity or Bust

With Calgary’s peaks-and-valleys economy currently in a valley, it’s time to take stock of how we keep finding ourselves down here.
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Playwright John Murrell Finds Inspiration In Calgary Stories

Calgary Opera is remounting Filumena this February. Murrell wrote the libretto for the story of an Italian immigrant in the Crowsnest Pass.

Property of the Week: $949,900 Bankview Home Built in 1911

It has nine foot ceilings, original woodwork and a legal basement suite.
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Gerard Yunker's Photographs at the Paul Kuhn Gallery Will Have You Admiring Iceland

Photographs Yunker took in Iceland for his "réttsælisare" show are on display at the Paul Kuhn Gallery this month as part of the Exposure Photography Festival.

Calgary Then and Now: Centre Street Bridge in 1910

Technically the historic photo is the McArthur Bridge, a precursor to the iconic Centre Street Bridge.
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Meet Olympic Hockey Player Meaghan Mikkelson-Reid

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.

Property of the Week: A $6 Million Fully Furnished Home

It also has two kitchen islands, a sauna and an arts and crafts studio.
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How to Celebrate Chinese New Year in Calgary

The Year of the Rooster is here. Stock up on red packets, throw fish salad as high as you can and let lion dances entertain you.

Where Nicole Gomes of Cluck N Cleaver Eats Chicken

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.
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200 Individually Painted Tiles Create this Mural in Chinatown

Members of the Chinatown community all pitched in to unveil it just in time for Chinese New Year.

Calgary Then and Now: Knox United Church in 1912

One of Calgary's most vibrant downtown churches used to be on a residential street.

Welcome to the Bank of Mom and Dad

What are parents helping their adult children with financially these days? And how does that affect the kids, their parents and the economy?

Work of Art: Nature's Playground by Jeff de Boer

Calgary and its surrounding area is full of creative people and beautiful pieces of art. Here is just one piece you should know about.

Property of the Week: $699,000 Mid-Century Varsity Bungalow

It's been extensively renovated and has a fully-finished basement.

Calgary Then and Now: Stephen Avenue Mall in 1970

Stephen Avenue's pedestrian walk is a Calgary mainstay now, but it wasn't always that way.

Inside the Aboriginal Courtroom in the Calgary Courts Centre

Form meets function in this unique space where First Nations restorative justice is designed to flourish in partnership with the Western judicial system.