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5 Things To Do This Weekend: BikeBike’s Ice Cream Ride, Jeff de Boer’s tech tie at Telus Spark and more
August 21st, 2014
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5 Things To Do This Week in Calgary: Calgary Underground Film Festival’s Field Trip of Terror, GlobalFest and more
August 18th, 2014
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August 14th, 2014
August 13th, 2014
Condo residents dug up a strip of cracked asphalt, replaced it with soil, planted the perennials alongside a few annuals and crossed their fingers.
“We were always dipping the extra fries into the extra lobster-butter sauce from the gnocchi."
"it’s everything I think rock ’n’ roll is: music, talking about girls, hot rods and bikes."
I thought I wanted a teenage rhinoplasty, but going under the knife only seemed to cut at my Jewish identity
Music lessons have long been a rite of passage for children, but an increasing number of adults are also signing up.
The weather smiled on Afirkadey!; other smiles followed.
Polo has long been played by royalty, so the sport comes by its elitist reputation honestly. But when it arrived in southern Alberta in the late 1800s, the game was picked up by ranchers. Those populist roots are still in evidence at two local clubs that welcome neophytes.
Homemade soy sauce and pickled ginger top off among the best sushi in Calgary
Forest Lawn’s Husky Market offers—in addition to the usual Red Bull and Cheetos—live leeches, fluorescent-yellow floating corn (apparently, the carp yum it up), garlic marshmallows (boasting equally buoyant properties) and, juiciest of all, baggies of maggots.
Like everything that comes out of Brooklyn, the tea is artisanal.