Zelda Nelson has been creating beautiful works of art that capture the true essence of Rocky Mountain beauty for decades. This year she is being honoured in the Mayor’s Spotlight on the Arts.
Gone are the days of walking uphill both ways to school while wearing an uncomfortable potato sack as a backpack. This pack by Osprey will have your shoulders whistling a new tune!
Fourty years later, Stonecrop studios is still bringing light to the creativity that lives in the Canmore arts scene. These local artists are being celebrated for their dedication to their craft.
As a teacher and a mentor, Priscilla Janes gives much more than just the fruits of her talents to the Canmore arts community. This community builder is being honoured for her efforts in this year’s Mayor’s Spotlight on the Arts.
Shirley Chinneck took a big risk when she left a long-term, successful career to dive head first into her passion for art, and it's all paying off for this Canmore-based artist.
As the Mayor’s Spotlight on the Arts draws close we will be featuring some of the incredible local artists being honoured in this year’s celebration.
To be honest, we’re pretty sure the Brad Brewer Band’s EP launch party will be more fun than camping in your own backyard. See you on the 16th!
Let’s give some high-altitude high fives to these junior mountaineers. Congrats on all your hard work and may your efforts continue to take you to new heights.
The story of celebrated local alpinist and artist Glen Boles, as told by Lynn Martel. Browse his incredible drawings and find yourself transported to new summits.
It’s time once again for a celebration of culture and history at the annual Banff Indian Days, hosted by the Stoney Nakoda Nation.
Do you still FOMO like a MOFO? It’s time to get a hold on all that fear, folks! Here’s your five step plan to recovery.
These boys are the real deal and their new album definitely sheds some light on life in this great valley we call home.
Professionals, step aside. Our followers brought their A games with these great photos which showcase the after effects of the recent forest fires.
We don’t suggest that you put these herbs in a pipe and smoke them, but we do suggest adding them to your summer dishes for an extra dash of delicious.
Dive in and learn more about the neighbours from the Summer Season Opener as they shed water and insight.
Do you often find yourself flailing about like the giant wavy-armed man outside of a used car dealership? Put a stop to the mozzie slap dance wit this natural bug spray.
Holy shiitake, we love our local farmers markets! Hear some food for thought from a few Folks of the Banff Farmers Market.
Big bear hugs to our sponsors, entertainment, and mighty fine neighbours for making our seventh Know Your Neighbour Night off the chain!
We all know about the bands who played at Performance in the Park, but what do we know about our fellow concert-goers?
You might be surprised to find out your neighbour raises chickens, Highline digs deep into this topic in the upcoming Underground Issue.