“The Ritz we ain’t…” is the Shack Up Inn’s motto and that is totally cool with me. When I found out that my weeklong accommodation would be in a grain bin surrounded by various shacks in the middle of a cotton… Read More ›
Mississippi Delta bound…
In just over a week I will be on my way to the Mississippi Delta with the hopes of completing my first photographic documentary workshop. You could say that I’m excited, but in a nervous kind of way. I will… Read More ›
How many times does a community have to move, ask Calgary’s Chinatown…
Arriving in Calgary after the building of the railway in 1883, the Chinese would work in a variety of trades including, lumber camps, coal miners, laundries, housekeepers, and restaurant owners. While the population remained small during the early years, the… Read More ›
Why this Calgary community is as happy as a lark…
Walking around this eclectic northwest neighbourhood, it is easy to see why so many people call it home. One of the oldest communities in Calgary, Hillhurst–Sunnyside, located just north of the Bow River between Centre Street North and 18A Street… Read More ›
Cows really do eat Cheeseburgers!
Running from the car, my son quickly came upon two giant barrels painted and decorated like cows. The first cow was positioned horizontally and had a make-shift utter attached to the bottom of the barrel; a clear indication that you… Read More ›
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