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Bricks and Mortality: Shining a light on the Lost Buildings of Calgary

Raymond Biesinger grew up in Edmonton and has lived in Montreal for 10 years. More than anything, this accounts for the sequence in which he has produced his Lost Buildings series. 608 more words


Recipe: Baking cinnamon buns doesn't have to be a sticky situation

Cinnamon buns, like life, are all about balance. Aficionados understand that a truly great bun must be chewy and soft but not too bready. Nuts and raisins are a matter of personal preference, but generally despised more than embraced. 432 more words


Meet the Maker: ViaBar maker has energy to burn

Christiane Gossen’s culinary career started small—the size of a seed, in fact. “Seeds, raw seeds, are one of the things that I believe to be super food, these dynamic little packages,” she says. 573 more words


5 family-friendly things to do this weekend

Discovery Days: Feathered Friends, Friday, March 23, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. At Bow Habitat Station

The folks at the Bow Habitat Station turn their attention from fish to birds with their latest Discovery Day. 269 more words


5 things to do this weekend in Calgary

The Coming Out Monologues at John Dutton Theatre, Central Library (Friday, March 23)

Hear moving stories of coming out from local members of the LGBTQ2SA+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, two-spirit, and asexual) community. 225 more words


5 live sounds: Calgary concerts you won't want to miss in the week ahead

The Lights come on at Mac Hall, while Bug Incision ventures into the Weeds.

Friday: Sikkil C. Gurucharan

The Chennai, India-born Gurucharan is a young singer of Carnatic music, a style of Indian classical music dating back hundreds of years. 235 more words


Our Town: Calgary music teacher gave John Lennon a few guitar tips

On Dec. 8, 1980, John Lennon was shot outside his Manhattan apartment. When the news broke, patrons in a Kitchener-Waterloo bar—including Brian Griffiths—were as shocked as everyone else. 469 more words