Calgary EyeopenerCalgary's first Keg closesJul 28, 2015 | 6:22Calgary's first Keg is closing after 42 years. We talk about changes in the restaurant business with Lance Hurtubise, a former Keg manager who is now president of the Vintage Group, which owns several restaurants.
The HomestretchReaction to TransAlta rulingJul 29, 2015 | 8:38David Gray, the former executive director of the province's Utilities Consumer Advocate office, talks about the recent TransAlta market manipulation ruling.
Calgary EyeopenerBlacksmiths square off at StampedeJul 11, 2015 | 9:10Strathmore-based blacksmith Chad Lausen describes the art of shoeing a horse and how this weekend's competition at the Stampede will work.
Alberta at NoonA@N Podcast for Tuesday, July 28Jul 28, 2015 | 49:14Today's podcast: Conservationists oppose new development plans at Dead Man's Flats; entrepreneur Brett Wilson and Outward Bound Canada executive director Sarah Wiley talk about the non-profit organization.
Calgary EyeopenerBuilding a backcountry hutJul 28, 2015 | 6:54The Alpine Club of Canada is busy building a new hut deep in the Rockies. We hear the story behind this hut and about the logistics of building so deep in the backcountry.
Calgary EyeopenerFall election callJul 30, 2015 | 6:40Which parties have all their ducks in a row for the fall election and which don't? The blogger behind daveberta.ca gives us his take on election preparedness.
The HomestretchFringe festival :The Love Song of Tonya HardingJul 31, 2015 | 6:54The inspiration for a show at the Fringe festival can come from just about anywhere.We meet the writer and creator a Fringe show titled: The Love Song of Tonya Harding.