The pink and green colour palette would make Wes Anderson proud.
From quirky llama bowls to the perfect mug for your morning cup of coffee, these six ceramic artists should be on your radar when seeking out new earthenware for your home.
When Laurie and Raman Minhas tied the knot, they forged a new design aesthetic for their new family.
You'll find him perusing the bikes at Ridley's Cycle, buying a tuna sandwich from Peasant Cheese Shop or shopping for Christmas gifts at Livingstone & Cavell Extraordinary Toys.
The general manager of Vine Arts on 17 Avenue S.W. talks cocktails, country fashion and Calgary's cowboy culture.
Many women living through cancer treatment find that, in addition to dealing with a life-threatening illness, the effects of chemo, radiation and surgery can rob them of their self-esteem and alter their perception of themselves. A growing number of Calgary services aim to help them regain control of their health and rebuild their self-image.
Equipped with vintage china, local teas and homemade appetizers, The Travelling Teacups set-up, serve and take it all down wherever you want.
Poop Hearts offers prints, apparel, cards and more that feature rainbow animals pooping hearts.
The landscape and commercial photographer shares why he loves Moraine Lake at sunset, Banded Peak Brewing Co. and the Calgary Folk Music Festival.
EcoHubYYC brings upcycled goods and bike rentals to Victoria Park, Blue Door opens a new oil and vinegar shop in Marda Loop and local consignment store Thrifty Princess relocates to Renfrew.
Brothers Adrian and Martinus Pool use broken skateboards, barn wood and old flooring to make them.
The classic, contemporary home for the bank executive was designed by Elena Del Bucchia.
Personal photography and treasures collected from travel help decorate this home built in 1962.
The online marketplace hopes to create a new experience for local artisans and craft lovers to buy and sell handmade goods.
It's a collaboration between the owners of Reworks Upcycle Shop and Calgary Bike Rentals.
The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth can also leave you with the worst hangover on earth. Here are six ways to recover.