Three years ago, this local author participated in National Novel Writing Month. She got it published just in time for this year's event, and it's one of five Calgarian novels that will make you want to write a book of your own.
The gifted singer and cellist is on her way to Las Vegas to join Cirque du Soleil.
Wondering where to get that focaccia that’s “a beautiful cloud of bread?” Domenic Tudda shares the secret.
And today she is still an avid climber whose goal is to move with elegance on the rocks.
The local actor and director of the Y Stage youth theatre series keeps his body and mind strong with mixed martial arts.
He trained in the Hart Dungeon and competed as a professional wrestler for more than 20 years. Now retired, Hart is battling injuries and illness. And it's an entirely different kind of fight.
The "Marcus" of Made By Marcus on flavour hits, flavour misses and being an accidental artisanal ice-cream maker.
He lives and breathes the ethos of the ultra-demanding sport that transformed him after a serious injury.
The Calgary-based Canadian Country Music Award nominee for Bass Player of the Year on the four-string life.
Calgary-based photographer Kelly Hofer's new book of photography shows life on a Hutterite colony. He took them all when he was a teenager.
The executive director of the Lougheed House on working at Calgary's Downton Abbey and why it isn't a bad thing to find a shoe in your wall.
Inspired by her brother’s memory, this triathlete has her sights set on the world stage.
If you've read "Finding Emma," you already have an idea of how Holmes' novel sold over 100,000 e-copies in one month.
The local country singer on chicken dancing to Wilf Carter, performing on horseback and Stampede breakfasts in Qatar.
Melnyk founded the website VisualOrgasm.com 18 years ago and it now has more than 15,000 photos of graffiti art from across Canada.
The events coordinator at Shelf Life Books on summer reads, bookstore life and hosting a poetry reading during Stampede.
The veteran esthetician at Frilly Lilly's busy Mission boutique on what Calgarians are taking off these days (hint: still everything).
On his greatest food hits, an early-career miss and what he thinks about when he hears Justin Bieber’s “Sorry.”