Produced by: Conor Mahoney
Local punk band Oh Shit celebrated their fourth album this past Saturday with a roaring crowd of rockers, metal heads, beer drinkers, and music lovers enjoying the material from the band's fourth album.
Produced by: Chelsea Barclay
Throughout March, some of the greatest minds across Canada are recognizing National Engineering Month. To kick off the celebration on February 29th, or on leap day, engineering firms throughout Calgary will design their own structures to be entered in a competition.
Produced by: Trevor PresiloskiGamer Sundays isn't your typical pub event. Sure, there's still alcohol and shouting involved, but it's all for a different kind of game.
Every Sunday — with a sign outside proclaiming "Game on" — Dickens Pub in downtown Calgary is attracting a new crowd to the venue.
Produced by: Matthew Hayhurst
Since Tim Davis was a child, he has been crazy about trains. Even to this day, the sound of a train whistle off in the distance gets him excited.
"If I am driving and I am going to be even remotely near the train tracks, and a train is coming, I will make sure I get stopped as close to the lights as I can — and I'll watch the train go by," Tim said. "It usually takes under two minutes for a train to go by. I've timed them before just because I was curious."