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Frosh 2017: Neighborhoods

By Derek Baker LOWER BELTINE Calgary’s entertainment district on 17th Ave. has great restaurants, pubs and stores and is walkable from the train. For lunch, grab a burger at Clive Burger (736 17 Ave. SW) and sit down in Tomkins Park. Or try Una (618 17 Ave. SW) for the best — though slightly pricey —…

Spend time in Calgary’s green spaces this summer

By Christie Melhorn, July 28 2017 — With consistent golden sunshine and just enough rain to let the city’s plant life thrive, this summer in Calgary has been stunning. Back in March, when the city was glazed with ice and the trees were bare, I happened upon a floral studio off 17 Ave. and remembered…

Photo recap: Sled Island day 2

By Jason Herring with photos by Jarrett Edmund — June 24, 2106 We kicked off the second day of Sled Island at the annual East Village Block Party, where crowds took the street to enjoy a variety of free electronic music. The party relocated to Inglewood this year, making it the festival’s only event in…

Photo Recap: Block Heater Music Festival

By Jarrett Edmund, February 17 2016 — On Family Day weekend, the first annual Block Heater Festival brought sold out crowds to the historic community of Inglewood. The Calgary Folk Music Festival off-shoot featured over 20 artists of national and international fame at three venues, including the Ironwood Stage and Grill. With each act falling…

Bring a date to the Inglewood Night Market

By Connor Sadler, June 12, 2014 —  Food trucks, art vendors and dancing in the street. These are a few of the draws of the Inglewood Night Market, which begins Friday, June 13. Find It, a non-profit that hosts pop-up events around Inglewood and Ramsay, hope to showcase the neighbourhood’s food and arts vendors with…

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