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Irene Seto

Irene Seto

They say that good things come in small packages and Irene is no exception. What she lacks in stature, she more than makes up for in personality and laughter. A born-and-bred Calgarian, this Western girl takes the adage of “work hard, play hard” to heart, always on-the-go and finding the most awesome stories to share with C.I.A. readers. As Managing Editor, she acts as a jill-of-all-trades juggling a variety of responsibilities including writing, editing, social media and more. In her (little) spare time, you can find Irene stocking up on more shoes for her closet, enjoying a pint (or two) with friends and cycling around on her love, Minty the bicycle. If you give her mini donuts or kettle corn, she will be your friend for life.

Recent Posts by Irene Seto

A Stampede staple for 10 days straight">You can never have too many pancakes A Stampede staple for 10 days straight

  Get out those giant belt buckles – and loosen them up! With Stampede around the corner, that means tons of pancake breakfasts to be had. Even though there is no more Flapjack Finder anymore, has taken its place to help you get your breakfast fix. With so many options to choose from, there’s no Continue Reading »

Written on June 27, 2014

All the best jams from DJ Ivan Rankic">YYC Top 10 Playlist: The Eclectic Volume All the best jams from DJ Ivan Rankic

Calgary has some amazing artists making some great music. The YYC Playlist is a listen at some of the great jams that local artists are making (and occasionally some out-of-town guests will find their way on here too). This month’s edition is the Eclectic Volume: a little rock, folk, R&B, and electronic. Big thanks to DJ Continue Reading »

Written on June 16, 2014

Taste of #yyc’s Chinatown

Calgary’s Chinatown may be smaller than other cities, but it is vibrant and resilient. One of the harder-hit neighbourhoods in the 2013 floods, Chinatown is bouncing back. Now’s a great time to take a wander through this community and support some local businesses. One of the things that Chinatown is known for is the food: Continue Reading »

Written on June 12, 2014

Best places to watch the World Cup – by country!

#475070583 / It’s June, the sun is finally shining and what are we going to do Calgary? Stay inside to watch the FIFA World Cup! This is probably the one time every four years where people are clamouring to get inside the Ship & Anchor rather than enjoy their awesome patio. It’s going to Continue Reading »

Written on June 11, 2014

YYC Dictionary: Misheard and mistaken names & places

It’s easy to mistake a name that is spelled funny or sounds unusual. But these Calgary spots are commonly referred to by the wrong moniker: Calf Robe Bridge is named after buffalo calf robes. Blackfoot men wore buffalo calf robes and whined like lost calves to attract buffalo during a hunt. While calf roping is a Continue Reading »

Written on June 10, 2014

Sing Talk Play with Calgary’s top music artists

    Calgary’s music scene has been growing in leaps and bounds the last few years. Calgarians have been getting to know their local musicians at various festivals, neighborhood pubs and music shows around town. Now there’s another way to learn all about #yyc’s best music artists and bands with SING TALK PLAY, a new Continue Reading »

Written on June 7, 2014

Happy Father’s Day from Westjet

Ok folks, grab a box of Kleenex and get ready to tear up at this latest heartwarming video from the Westjet team. In honour of Father’s Day, the local airliner teamed up with Ronald McDonald House to reunite a Saskatoon dad with his sick child. Westjet employee Medel Villena took time off from his own Continue Reading »

Written on June 4, 2014

Off the Wall: Building bricks fun

Last week, bricks started falling down at a building on 6th Avenue downtown – which is totally not awesome (that poor Audi below!). But you know what is great? The interwebs. A photo of the gaping hole in the brick building has been a great source of Photoshop fun. It all started with this image… Continue Reading »

Written on May 27, 2014

Many a Spanish Plate at Ox & Angela

When eating out, I love trying out a variety of new dishes and flavours which is probably why I love tapas so much.  The small sharing plates offer plenty of opportunities to sample and savour all kinds of Spanish cuisine. At Ox & Angela, their “Spanish Table” gives patrons the chance to try upwards of Continue Reading »

Written on May 25, 2014

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