Article by Aaron Mottershead. Photos by Andrea Wong. Self-declared foodies rejoice because Calgary’s tastiest festival is back to bring your taste buds on a trip around the world. Taste of Calgary is an annual outdoor food festival featuring restaurants, food trucks, breweries and distilleries from Calgary and surrounding area.
Article by Elle McLean. Photos by Will Geier. For many people, visiting a dental office for an annual or bi-annual teeth cleaning and check-up is out of reach without some sort of benefits or health care coverage. Sadly, there is a high number of Calgarians who can’t afford dental care, or who aren’t able to take the time off of work in order to access it. Citizen Dental Hygiene, which opened its doors in 2015, aims to make oral health accessible for all Calgarians.
Story by Christina Wong. There are few festivals as highly anticipated in Calgary as the Calgary Underground Film Festival (CUFF). What began as a short program screened over three days has grown into an internationally recognized, seven-day event filled with the best in local and international films, diverse events, and unexpected surprises. Since its inception, CUFF’s mandate has been to bring provocative films, innovative experiences, and the best in locally-made entertainment to Calgary.
Interview by Elle McLean. Photos by Quin Hauck. The Good Life Community Bike Shop, located at 6016 3 St. SW, is a non-profit education and resource centre for individuals interested in building their own bicycle, learning more about the mechanics of bikes, or improving their bicycle repair skills. The Good Life Community strives to provide a more equal environment and opportunity for all who are interested in cycling and bicycle repair.