Jesus, this place is always busy. First time I was in town with K, we were going to drop in for a bite but Lazy Loaf & Kettle was so packed, we decided to go elsewhere. 300 more words
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Between 1871 and 1896, William S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan wrote 14 comic operas, which are every bit as popular today as they were in the Victorian era. 540 more words
Testimony on the state of mind of taxi driver Stanislaw Maguder after he drove over a teen lying in the road is inadmissible, a judge ruled Thursday. 297 more words
As a teenager in the 1970s, Robert Thirsk often tagged along with his older brother, an engineering student, to the contemporary, exhilarating, just-blossoming University of Calgary campus. 1,464 more words
As we approach May 17th, the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, we thought it might be a good time to reflect on troubling moments from our city’s past. 419 more words
In 2014, Calgary theatre critics awarded Susan Gilmour a Critter Award for her work in Theatre Calgary’s Mary Poppins.
It was in appreciation for the incredible range she illustrated playing both a mean-spirited nanny and the kindly bag lady who feeds the birds in the park. 531 more words