“Anybody, any body” is the motto of Bedouin Beats co-owners Michelle Kaplan and Stacie Clarke.
“It doesn’t matter what body size or age or ability, belly dancing can work for you,” said Kaplan.
But that’s a tough sell these days. Clarke recently posted on their Facebook page: “With registration and sales at record lows, we are not sure how long we can sustain this business as we hoped we could. If you had been considering taking a class, now is definitely the time to register.” Continue reading Local business struggles to stay afloat Bedouin Beats hopes to increase interest in belly dancing
True confession: it has been several years since my wife and I were last at Roma Bistro and it was because of dance lessons, not the food.
We had a few tortillas as appetizers, but did not explore their diverse and intriguing menu. In the meantime, friends kept encouraging us, “You have to go there. The sopa de mariscos is to die for.” Continue reading Roma Bistro serves up tasty Colombian food Local restaurant offers food and plenty of entertainment
Every time I drove by the Buchanan Centre, I was intrigued as to how they support people with Parkinson’s disease. Continue reading A place for those with Parkinson’s disease The Buchanan Centre offers supports throughout Alberta
Art, and by extension artists, help build community. That was the insight that inspired the Arts on the Ave initiative over 10 years ago and that continues to bring energy to the transformation of our community. Continue reading Processing triumph and trauma through art Artist Marcie Rohr draws inspiration from the Avenue
People often complain that politicians never consult them before launching new development plans. Lately, the city has been asking for input so often it’s enough to make your head spin. And that’s a good thing. Continue reading Making plans for the Northlands site City focusing on making area more appealing