Spending his life finding great powder, this week’s episode of Village Radio with Dave Kelly features outdoor and adventure writer Matt Mosteller.
Pursuing art for the last few years, David Youn is a local photographer who creates dynamic narratives in single frame two-dimensional images.
A Blackfoot filmmaker from the Piikani and Kainai Nations in Southern Alberta, Cowboy Smithx uses his culture as a foundation to create.
A professional wrestler, writer, actor, and philanthropist, this week on Village Radio Dave Kelly sits down with the one and only Bret Hart.
In 2015, Kaely Cormack and Hayley Muir took a look around Calgary’s punk music scene. The view lacked something.
Cam Christiansen was a teenager living in the Edmonton suburbs when his Danish-born dad decided to take the family on a European vacation.
Rocio Graham uses organic materials that are methodically planned, planted, nursed, and harvested in her backyard for later use in her compositions.
Inspired by Canada 150, Calgary’s own Green Fools Theatre combined its Social Circus camps and theatre creation work to produce COU, A Circus of Unity.
Just two grown men in a bathtub having a chat—after all, what better place to get into conversations about life than right in the tub?