Sep 23


Back in 2014, Vertigo Theatre produced the world premiere of Raymond Chandler’s Farewell, My Lovely by Aaron Bushkowsky. Vertigo Theatre was so pleased with that production that they commissioned Bushkowsky to write Chandler’s The Big Sleep for the stage. The production brings back Graham Percy as Phillip Marlowe and Stephen Hair as Detective Nulty. Combined with some cutting edge projection design by Jamie Nesbitt (which I can’t really judge, as Vertigo had projection problems on opening night), the production mixes Chandler’s rambling, nonsensical plot with a talented cast and snappy dialogue. [click to continue…]

Sep 23


About a year ago, Northern Light Theatre in Edmonton produced The Good Bride, starring Arielle Rombough and it won a Sterling Award for Outstanding New Play. Rombough fell in love hard with the play and decided that she really wanted it to happen again. She approached social media to maybe get some funding for the project and had some friends who wanted to support her. Rombough approached Handsome Alice Theatre, and The Good Bride opens tonight at the Motel Theatre in Arts Commons.

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Sep 22


YYC Pizza Week is back for its 3rd year and it’s bigger than ever!

This year, over 50 restaurants in Calgary will participate in a “ten day pizza battle” from September 23rd to October 2nd, 2016. Each pizza designed must fit into one of four categories: thick crust, thin crust, gluten free, or unique (such as pizza dessert, pizza muffins, etc). Each pizza has been uniquely designed for this event, so be sure to check out as many as you can!

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Sep 21


Smoked Whisky Sour

If you’ve been looking for an excuse to check out the newly renovated Earls.67 on Stephen Avenue Walk, this is it!

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Sep 20


Doors Open YYC is returning for its 5th year!

On September 24, many of Calgary’s most intriguing and beloved sites participate in Doors Open YYC. During this day, buildings in all quadrants of the city open their doors – free of charge – to the public and provide special revealing tours and behind-the-scenes experiences. Whether you’re a geek for history, architecture, the environment, art, sports, science or engineering, this is your chance at an insider’s view of Calgary’s vibrant and dynamic cityscape.

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Sep 19


It’s Alberta Theatre Projects’ 45th season and to open they are returning to a play by John Murrell that ATP produced in 1977. Waiting for the Parade is a play that shows the lives of Canadian women and their response to their lives as the World War II rages in Europe. It’s a narrative told in vignettes, that pieces together a story of five women with different backgrounds and different situations within the war. [click to continue…]

Sep 19


CALGARY INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL – September 21st – October 2nd, 2016

The Calgary International Film Festival (CIFF) is back for it’s 17th year!

CIFF is a 12-day showcase of 210 multi-genre feature and short films from Canada and over 40 other countries. The festival hosts gala events, screenings, special presentations, and a “Behind the Screen” series that emphasizes unique and exciting ways for filmmakers and fans to interact. Festival passes, ticket packages, and single tickets now on sale.

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Sep 16


I feel like words alone won’t do justice to how much adoration and respect I have for these ladies – and how much I love their styles! – so I’m really grateful for the fact that I take pictures and hopefully I was able to capture at least some of the awesome fun that I had with these two stylish beauties!

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Sep 15


The Calgary International Film Festival (CIFF) is back for its 17th year!

This year’s festival runs September 21st – October 2nd, 2016 and will showcase 210 multi-genre and short films from 40 different countries.

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