Calgary’s Route 39…
Personally, I don’t know how many Route 39’s are in North America, but I do know one exists in Calgary. For most of the journey, I just sit back and watch people; we don’t always stop at the same locations… Read More ›
When Plan “A” fails, move to Plan “B”….
This year Calgary was named the “Culture Capital of Canada” and numerous events have taken place around our city to promote our artsy culture and raise awareness to our residents and tourists alike. Not only do we have an active theatre presence… Read More ›
“Castle by the Tracks” – The Palliser Hotel
The Western Standard newspaper of June 20, 1914 described the elegant new hotel in detail. “The floor of the rotunda, vestibule, entrance hall and elevator hall is of grey Tennessee marble, and the columns that support the roof are finished… Read More ›
From Fairy Tales to Pig Roasts and lots of other “stuff”…Calgary’s Scene…
Yesterday, I picked up my copy of “City Palate – The Flavour of Calgary’s Food Scene”. It’s a great compilation of articles – obviously relating to our food scene here in the city. It is published every couple of months… Read More ›
Start with a “Conversation” and leave with a photographic journey of Calgary’s National Historic District…
In 2002, Stephen Avenue Walk was bestowed with the honour and declared a National Historic District within the city limits. Located in the downtown corridor of Calgary, this avenue was named in 1884 after George Stephen, the first president of… Read More ›
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