Last November, Thomas Poulsen sat down to talk about his creative life and his love of using movement to tell stories. After all, he lived his life to the fullest creative extent a man could.
Village Radio is back and ready to share the stories of inspiring Calgarians. The first episode features a conversation between Dave Kelly and Jim Button.
Fiasco Gelato CEO James Boettcher is many things—an optimist, entrepreneur, city builder, and even a budding TV personality.
They say moving is the second most stressful activity, after divorce. Imagine, then, moving across the planet, from Syria to Calgary, like Aya Mhana.
A lot of people would walk a mile to avoid getting up to perform in front of a crowd. Seventeen-year-old Kate Stevens isn’t a lot of people.
A principal with Calgary market research firm of Stone-Olafson, Mathew Stone uses creativity to transform research and data into page turners.
When Paul McIntyre Royston’s photo appeared in the pages of the Calgary Herald, two different aspects of his creative life collided in the same story.
Calgary physician Frances Vettergreen juggles several identities at a time. It’s one thing to live one creative life. How about six?
Dr. John Conly specializes in internal medicine and infectious disease but his adaptability might mark him as a medical maverick.