Calgary pros share their house party tips.
A Luxury Scarf Boutique Opens on 17 Ave. S.W., a Vintage Shop Opens in Inglewood and Market Collective Returns For 3 Weekends This Month
All this and more in our monthly round-up of Calgary store openings, shopping news and style events.
Budget-friendly gift options for your mom, your brother, your kid's teacher and your office secret Santa.
With a love for all things handcrafted, found or thrifted, this couple have carved out a cozy home in Bowness.
The city's oldest bike shop moved its original store into a new 11,000-square-foot location that has a service shop, a cafe and a community fitness space.
Kensington, Inglewood, Mission, Downtown — we tell you where to go to get candles that melt into massage oil, tabletop pinball machines and beeracudas.
And if your house is too small to host a gathering, here's a list of local restaurants with private and semi-private dining spaces.
The store has been around for almost 25 years and sells authentic Latin foods such as fresh Chilean-style empanadas, Mexican tortillas, Belizean hot sauce and Argentinian tea.
If a messy house is stopping you from inviting guests over, we have advice from three local experts to make it easier. If all else fails, stash clutter and close doors.
From sticking to a budget to serving a signature drink.
Options range from a craft night out where you'll make a handful of festive items to more advanced art instruction that will result in masterpieces like felted animals and sterling silver ornaments.
Go humorous or heartfelt with the messages you leave on a Modernspeak letterboard.
Their family home is filled with art and adaptable spaces.
Plenty of planning went into this Calgary couple's epic proposal in the Seattle Japanese Garden in Seattle, Washington.
Expert advice on easy food prep. Or, just buy food. We have six good places to buy a platter for your party.
Texture. lighting and storage are all key.