Following the Russian invasion of their country, Pravda Beer Theatre, a brewery located in Lviv, Ukraine, made it known to the close-knit global beer community how desperate their situation was. In late February 2022, Pravda announced they were suspending beer production in favour of making Molotov cocktails. An image of Pravda beer bottles turned incendiary […]
The Mount Athabasca brew was named after one of the peaks in the Columbia Icefield. It was launched to support Guardians of the Ice.
Chinook Blast is returning to downtown Calgary for its second year. Check out large illuminated art displays created by local artists.
There is a large art scene in Calgary for everyone from the casual fan to the aficionados to whet their appetite on art in Calgary.
Holy guacamole, Batman! Cosplayers rejoice as the Calgary Expo will make its triumphant return to Stampede Park this year.
The live entertainment industry has been one of the hardest hit since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Packing music lovers into venues to hear their favourite musicians play simply hasn’t been possible for the past 15+ months. It means promoters have had to get creative to continue bringing live music to the masses. 2020 […]
Officials are planning for the return of the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth! This year's Stampede will look a little different.
Locals always know where to find the hidden gems of their city and are always up to offer their favourite places and secret spaces when asked. Here are 5 local personalities to follow that engage with our city on a daily basis.
Following Alberta Boot Company’s 40th anniversary, we took a sneak peek at how the boots — and the legacy — are made
Jim and Tracey Button are well known faces around Calgary. They are working to raise $5-million for an endorsed research chair to help support young cancer survivors and their families.
Canada is known for its diverse blend of various cultures. Here are some of the places where tourists and locals alike can learn about and experience the Indigenous cultures of Alberta.
Heavy, humid air greets you like a wall when walking through the threshold of Deepwater Farms’ industrial warehouse — but it’s a comforting barrier, much like walking into a warm hotel lobby after a long, cold day’s travel.