Seven thumping crackers to play on repeat
and very, I repeat, very loud this weekend !
1/ ‘Daydream’ by SWERVE
Catchy ramshackle lo-fi melody charged with swirling drums & sheeny riffs – 301 more words
The curving lines laid down by skiers in fresh snow are evidence of a lot of things, including ability, fun and good timing. But unless you know where to look, there’s little evidence of southern Alberta’s once-bustling ski industry outside the Big Three at Banff. 2,430 more words
In the first instalment of Swerve’s fictional serial, Elaine, a high-functioning mess, navigates the gap between resolutions and reality then strikes out in a bold new direction… 638 more words
Herein We Dwell: Unexpected Images of Calgary in the 1890s at Lougheed House (Opening Friday, Feb. 5)
The first photograph was taken in either 1826 or 1827. 563 more words
It’s true that Valentine’s Day is not for everybody. Some people abhor the colour red, others are sickened by the whole idea of romance. Still others find all the emotional support they need on Netflix. 489 more words
Iaido is the Japanese art of drawing a sword, cutting an opponent, wiping the blade and resheathing the sword.
Here’s the good news: the cutting and the blood are imaginary; iaido’s smooth movements are more contemplative than combative. 26 more words