Oct 29


It is not even November yet and the invites for stylish late fall events are already starting to roll in. Transition into your winter glamour looks on November 7th by attending an extremely fashionable way to support the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra.

A Holt Renfrew Exclusive, Lock Into Paris is a stunning fashion show hosted by none other than Calgary’s Style Guys, Jason Krell and Aly Velji! [click to continue…]

Oct 28

parking-blogWe’re not going to try and sugar coat it: parking can be a real pain in the trunk. Downtown Calgary is a busy place, and the reality is that not everyone knows exactly what’s up are when it comes to parking downtown.

That’s where we come in!

Whether you’re a parking pro, or you’ve shied away from Downtown Calgary because you’re afraid of getting a ticket (or worse) we’ve taken the guess work out of helping you find a place to park. [click to continue…]

Oct 27


Glenbow Museum Events

The Glenbow is more than just a museum, it’s an interactive way to learn about art and history! There are a number of great ways you can enjoy the Glenbow this week including ‘Behind the Scenes’ tours on Oct. 28th, 29th and 30th, plus the ever-popular ‘Weekend at the Museum’ events for the entire family on Nov. 1st and 2nd. These great events don’t happen every week, so be sure to take advantage of these unique opportunities. [click to continue…]

Oct 23


It’s getting all 1997 up in here! CJSW’s annual funding drive’s coolest event of the season will be a throwback to a time of innocence in the music industry, a time before Napster, a time when a compilation CD put out by a music television station that actually played music videos could be Canada’s #1 top selling album the year it was released and stay strong as the #3 best selling album in Canada OF ALL TIME.

On Hallowe’en, 17 local bands will play loving tribute to the 17 tracks that captured the Canadian music zeitgeist in a perfect combo of UK, US and Canadian artists.

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Oct 22


Holt Renfrew presents LOOK2014 at the Centennial Planetarium on November 1st

Calgary’s iconic Centennial Planetarium will come back to life on November 1st for LOOK2014—an unforgettable event supporting Contemporary Calgary. Contemporary Calgary’s was formed in January 2014 through the merger of the Art Gallery of Calgary, the Museum of Contemporary Art Calgary and the Institute of Modern and Contemporary Art.

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Oct 21


“If you take away the scales of justice, what are you left with? — Her sword.”

This quote from Nicholas Billon’s new play Butcher, presented by Alberta Theatre Projects is the crux of the production. It’s play about brutality, revenge, and justice. And it unfolds with twists and turns. It is intense, dark and thought provoking. The plot is a bit slow to move along in the beginning but it then drops off a cliff and the audience just has to hold on. [click to continue…]

Oct 21


Have you heard the news? ‘Twas the Night 2014 was just announced! In case you haven’t attended in the past or you are new to Calgary, this our largest holiday celebrations and after-hours shopping party right in downtown at CORE Shopping. This year’s festivities kicks off on November 27, 2014 at 6:30pm and is a bubbly and bright event full of incredible entertainment, shopping and of course, the annual lighting of the CORE’s stunning 45-foot Christmas tree!

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Oct 20



Revisit Collodi’s tale about the world’s most famous puppet: Pinocchio. Born from a talking piece of wood carved by old Geppetto, the rebellious, cheeky and careless Pinocchio discovers the meaning of growing up through a thousand trials.

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Oct 20


Canada and the Netherlands were thrown together after the Second World War. Canada liberated the Dutch from German occupation and it is this relationship that Theatre Calgary’s Liberation Days explores. What happens to a country after it has experienced the brutality of German occupation and then liberation by another country. It absolutely is not the same as it was before the war. No matter how hard the act of changing is.

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