It’s that time of year again! It gets a little busier and more stressful; Midterms. If you’re in a relationship it can mean fewer date nights – and that is just unacceptable.
From Adulting 101: Political Edition to Glenbow Launch Party, here’s what’s up this week in YYC. 1. Adulting 101: Political Edition Thursday, October 5th from 6pm – 9pm Trolley 5 Brewhub, 728 17 Ave SW Website Join us on Thursday, October 5th for Adulting 101: Political Edition. Featuring all the information you need to know […]
Written by: Sandhya Patel *Queue the Stranger Things theme song* Happy October YYC! While fall swings into gear, we can’t wait to cuddle up in our sweaters and cozy blankets and watch our favourite Halloween flicks while eating copious amounts of candy that was meant for the kids (guilty!). There’s so much happening in our […]
From Alberta Culture Days to Backyard Alley Party, here’s what’s up this weekend in YYC.
Written by: Rachel Antony From the NFL to Hugh Hefner, here’s what everyone’s talking about this week. 1. American National Anthem The players have been kneeling, linking arms or staying in the locker room during the national anthem. It’s a continuation of what Colin Kaepernick started last year when he sat during the first three preseason […]
It’s getting cold outside and no longer can you go for a run without having to bundle up first or without the risk that it might rain or snow on you. At the same time, you don’t want to become a Netflix-binging couch potato all winter but you don’t want to fork over the drop […]
Written by: Chloe Wong The Calgary Zoo returns with a brand new Adult Night theme on October 19th. Come celebrate Oktoberfest with craft beer, German inspired food, live music, tiger training, and so much more. Still not convinced? Here are five more reasons why Adult Night at the Calgary Zoo is the place to be: […]
From YYC Pizza Week to Banded Peak Brewmaster Feast, here’s what’s up this week in YYC.
Written by: Amanda Wilkie Founder and Chief Experience Officer at The Visionable and Millennials in Politics Panel Speaker at Adulting 101: Politics We all know the stereotype: Millennials are entitled, we’re lazy, we don’t care about anyone but ourselves, and we certainly don’t pay attention to politics and elections, let alone the consequences of government decisions […]
From Calgary Oktoberfest to Studio Bell After Hours, here’s what’s up this weekend in YYC. 1. Calgary Fall Home Show Thursday, September 21 – Sunday, September 24 BMO Centre 20 Roundup Way SE Website Take advantage of having more than 350 brands, local companies, and some of the biggest names in the home renovation industry […]
Written by: Rachel Antony From Hurricane Maria to Mexico City, here’s what everyone’s talking about this week. 1. Hurricane Maria Just as they were recovering from Hurricane Irma, the category 4 storm hit Puerto Rico yesterday knocking out the power in the entire country leaving over 3 million people without power. It’s the most powerful […]
Tuesday is no longer the wurst day of the week… From close talkers, braless wonders, library cops and bad tennis pros, we’ll be testing your knowledge on the “show about nothing.” Whether you’re a full blown Seinfeld addict or a closet loyalist, now is your chance to show them who’s boss. Join us for some […]