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Listen to Immigrant Women Tell Their Stories This Weekend for The Shoe Project

Their stories start with shoes but go much deeper. The Shoe Project is part of the High Performance Rodeo on Sunday, January 21.
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What to Donate to Calgary Charities in the Fall

Not only does fall indicate back to school season for many families but it is also a time where major job-hunting happens. Learn how you can give a hand up to Calgarians who need it.
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7 Expert Tips for Pickling and Preserving in Calgary this Fall. Plus a Recipe for Rosemary Pear Preserves

We spoke to a canning and preserving expert and compiled all her tried and true methods of getting the best final product – even if you're a beginner.

Why, If We Are in a Recession, Do We Keep Building New Places to Live and Work?

Despite headlines screaming about the highest vacancy rates this city has seen in decades, the cranes keep turning and the bulldozers keep moving dirt. We asked developers and the City what keeps buildings going up during a downturn.
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Work of Art: Machin by Alexis Kondra

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

The People Who Make Calgary a More Creative Place to Live

While everyone pays lip service to creativity, there are a number of Calgarians who’ve taken it upon themselves to live lives guided by it.
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Eat This Now: The Menu Item at Pigeonhole That Was Added as a Lark

Everything old is new again at Pigeonhole. How old? Like, 12th century old with Russian-style caviar service.

8 Kid-Friendly Activities in Calgary This Weekend

Kid-friendly game nights, block parties and pop-up playgrounds happening in Calgary this weekend.
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5 of the Coolest, Craziest Events to Check Out at Beakerhead

Check out a giant metal serpent, a building stuffed with 5,000 white balloons and a six-storey locked room in a library.

Things To Do in Calgary on a Rainy Day

Never again be bored while it’s raining.
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Inside a Home With Soaring Ceilings, Retractable Walls and an Impressive Staircase

With the help of designer Jeffrey Reidl, Becky and Colin Feasby carved a woodland oasis out of an urban address.

An Apron Made By a Motorcycle Upholsterer, a Weekend Bag Crafted in Downtown Calgary and Textiles from an HGTV Expert

Three things to buy right now.
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The Grinning Goat is Calgary's First Vegan Boutique

All the products in this new PETA-approved store are ethically made, cruelty-free and vegan.

Unsafe at Home, Lost in the System

For survivors of domestic abuse, simply leaving is harder than it sounds. With the city reaching crisis levels of reported abuse, agencies are coming together to try to clear the financial and legal barriers that stand in the way.

Cocktail of the Month: The Thyme-Sherr from The Guild

The Guild, an Oliver & Bonacini restaurant, makes a mean sessional cocktail.

Eat This Now: Ramen So Good There Have Been Line Ups for Three Years

There's a reason people start gathering on Bridgeland's main street at 10:30 a.m. and that reason is Chili Goma.

Artist Tom Brown Creates Tiny Meals on a Functional, Miniature Kitchen

You may see him performing in local public spaces, making things like mini pizza or sushi using some of his nearly 300 handmade miniature kitchen tools.

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