The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal

Arts and Entertainment

It’s a chilly evening in Calgary, but at The Pint Public House, the mood is warm and inviting as participants take on this month’s Calgary Story Slam theme, Forgotten.

Sitting down at a dining table, tonight’s story slam winner Gordon Churchill shares the experience of telling their stories in front of an audience.

The smell of hotdogs and anticipation floats through Tubby Dog, the Calgary-famous restaurant that provides live music to pair with their award-winning weenies.

Despite coming from a Ukrainian background and being born in Vancouver BC., Kesar Lacroix has become one of the top artists focusing on makeup and hairstyling in Calgary for South Asian weddings.

Music has the capacity to influence people, while also allowing others to escape from dark places in their lives. For local musician and rapper James Colt, music and mental health go hand in hand.