Three SAIT grads turn backpacking trip into a reality show
At Burt and Lucy's canteen, the walls are tarps and in place of a floor, uneven sand. There is no electricity, no working lights or refrigeration either. The kitchen prep area is littered with sugar canisters and jugs of vinegars — while white candlesticks stand freely for light.
- By SHARDAY L. ISAAC
Calgarian's feather accessories to grace aboriginal fashion show
With high heels, a winning smile and six-inch-long feather earrings dangling from her lobes, Melanie Parsons has taken the Calgary fashion scene by storm with her feather accessory business, Savage Rose Designs.
- By JODI EGAN
Christa Hill says teaching has prepared her for motherhood
Christa Hill's skates are tied tight, and she's bundled up in a black faux-fur coat and sweater. As she stands on the ice discussing costumes with a parent, her protruding belly visibly pokes out between the folds of her jacket.
- By Danielle Semrau
Nino Acosta, has traveled over the world filming the style called Bachata to turn it into a film.
In September 2012 the film "The Bachata Chronicles" will be released. Nino Acosta — native to the Dominican Republic— and the film's creator, talks about the various topics that will be explored in this film: "I'm talking about the dancers, history itself, the history of dance, the history of several people, who influenced the most in this dance and who created the movement."
- By OLIVIA GUY-MCCARVILL