Not many former street performers find themselves playing Carnegie Hall, but then again, when you learned your craft on the street, the distinction gets blurred a bit.
Dave Lawrence talks about his Fubar legacy, Calgary’s own Loose Moose Theatre Company, and Sundance Film Festival this week on Village Radio.
It’s a massive adjustment to transition away from the gender you were assigned at birth. But for a lifelong choir member, their voice must also transition.
Nature loving, soap making, natural skin care enthusiast Noni Doig’s life took an unexpected turn when she discovered an surprising passion.
Even the architect of the ultimate escapist weekend needs a way to get away from it all once in awhile. Just ask the man behind the Calgary Expo.
Colin Smith shares his inspiration and quest to make our city a cleaner, more sustainable place through his work at Green Event Services.
Meet Lauren, 12, and Ashley, 13, Vosin—the sisters behind Robots R Fun, a Calgary-born innovation incubator unlike any other.
Founder of YYC Burlesque Festival, the incredible Selby Quinn, aka Ruby Demure, expresses and embraces her sexuality in her art.
For Cesar Cala and Marichu Antonio, creative living is just another way of saying complete living—and it matters because it completes us as persons.