Luke Materi is creating art installations along the Bow River and in Bragg Creek using only natural materials and a lot of patience.
We let you know where to find them, who created them and a few facts about each of them.
David Thompson, the Canadian Lewis and Clark, established the first path through the Rockies, and is considered to be one of the greatest pioneers, surveyors and map makers in history.
This mobile art studio is quite possibly the hottest truck in the country.
Despite its arid climate, Calgary is home to more than 70 designated heritage trees, which get that designation because of their size, age or historical significance.
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.)
This ethereal tribute to the history of Calgary’s foundation is filled with symbolism.
Get better acquainted with the local music scene by visiting this new music library. It will live first at Central Memorial Library, and there’s a launch party to celebrate on Saturday, May 7.
Patrick Schmeikal is a parkour participant and coach who has witnessed Calgary's parkour community grow and thrive.
Taking cues from the pubs its Irish founders loved, the James Joyce is filled with a lifetime's worth of stuff and stories.
Calgary and its surrounding area is full of creative people and beautiful pieces of art. Here is just one piece you should know about.
Explore Calgary as seen through the eyes of its artists, authors and poets.
New Artistic Producer Kate Newby breathes fresh life into Calgary’s female-focused theatre company.
In a few weeks, the Blackfoot Truckstop Diner will turn 60. That’s six decades of impeccable service and community involvement as well as hot turkey dinners and mile-high flapper pie. We spoke with the diner’s current manager and the founder’s daughter to learn more about this successful Calgary foodie venue.
In defiance of modernization and gentrification, a handful of homes still remain embedded in the heart of downtown.
A domesticated duck, tiny squirrel and one-winged owl — meet some of the wild animals being rehabilitated and released as well as some of the permanent residents of CWRS.
Famous authors, superheroes and even Simpsons characters all inhabit this 150-pound, brick-sized library model.
View From the Inside is a series of workshops where participants create two-sided masks. It's encouraging the mask creators to open up about themselves and their mental wellness.