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Fusion and Footlights in March

This March is mad with theatre and concerts! In the theatre world, Theatre Calgary and Alberta Theatre Projects each offer a wildly different tone...

Book Review: Tamarind Mem by Anita Rau Badami

Tamarind Mem, written by nationally acclaimed writer Anita Rau Badami, is a tale of a mother and a daughter and their respective life...

New Year Drama in January

by Aaron Chatha A new year and a bevy of new theatre to watch! The biggest event in the arts world this January is undoubtedly...

A Family-Friendly and Festive December in the Arts

by Aaron Chatha It’s the holiday season and this month is brimming with family-friendly events in the arts world. In fact, family takes the forefront...

For Arts’ Sake: A Stage for One and All

by Aaron Chatha It’s chilly outside, but November is filled with shows to warm your heart. On November 4, National Geographic wildlife photographer Ronan Donovan...

TEDxCalgary NAVIGATORS – Their ideas are taking us to new places

Navigators are those special people who are pursuing the next wave of opportunity in technology, science, health, and energy among others. They are tackling...

New Seasons in Full Swing

With new seasons in full swing, October has an endless variety of shows to check out! The month kicks off with I’m With Her,...

O Canada: a History of Our Anthem

The history of our national anthem has more to it that one might think! For example, did you know that the lyrics were...

‘Break a Leg’ in May

by Aaron Chatha This May you may be looking for some activities for the kiddies, especially as the school year nears its end. The...

Calling All Providence Alumni!

Providence, formerly known as Providence Creche, and the Providence Children’s Centre, is celebrating a proud history in 2018, 75 years supporting young children. “We...

Performing and Fine Arts in January

Written by Alex Bonyun January is an exciting month for arts in Calgary. One of the biggest theatre festivals of the year, the High...

For Arts’ Sake – November

November: the month where there’s too much snow for hiking but not enough for skiing, when the snowbirds go south and potential tourists...