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Sarah Pynoo

Sarah Pynoo

Sarah is a freelance writer and editor, as well as the marketing/sales coordinator for AG Silver, a locally owned independent jewellery boutique. In her spare time, she loves volunteering, film, cooking, and exploring Calgary.

Recent Posts by Sarah Pynoo

Five tours that will show you a whole new side of Calgary

  As a local, sometimes it’s easy to let parts of your city go unnoticed. Whether your eyes are always glued to the ground as you quickly walk through downtown, or if you never stray from the same path on your daily commute home, you might never realize some of the neat things in the Continue Reading »

Written on July 20, 2014

Four Local Indie Nail Polish Companies, and One Recipe to DIY

Independent nail polish manufacturing has seen a huge rise in popularity over the past number of years. Indie makers have freedom to make unique, inexpensive products, free of most chemicals and preservatives, unlike larger, more established companies. Luckily, nail polish is much easier to make than other cosmetics, and plenty of local nail art aficionados Continue Reading »

Written on July 6, 2014

The Curated shares their 3 tips for bargain hunting on Kijiji

If you’ve ever stayed up until two a.m. hunting for the perfect kitchen table because you’re sick of awkwardly eating pad thai on the couch while you watch television (no? too specific? just me?), you’ll definitely appreciate how much of a pain it can be slogging through page after page of mostly terrible furniture pieces Continue Reading »

Written on June 16, 2014

2001: A Twitter Odyssey at the Calgary Philharmonic

As the gorgeous opening notes of Also Sprach Zarathustra swelled through the organ, bassoons, and basses at the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra’s Rush Hour concert performance of Music from 2001: A Space Odyssey, I closed my eyes and imagined the scene from Kubrick’s film – the sun, earth, and moon aligning as the opening C transforms into intervals Continue Reading »

Written on June 1, 2014

Five Local Farmers’ Markets You Might Not Have Heard Of

When summer hits in Calgary it feels like the whole city comes alive. Food trucks fill the streets, great local eateries open their patios, and, best of all, the farmers’ markets fill with fresh veggies and homemade goodies. While the big farmers’ markets in the city are an absolute treat to visit (Kingsland, Calgary Farmers’ Continue Reading »

Written on May 18, 2014

Local Ladies Shine at the Calgary Woman’s Show

The Calgary Woman’s Show is a bi-annual event that features two days worth of shopping, performances, and seminars, all held under the roof of the BMO Centre at Stampede Park. For their spring show this year, the show runs May 3rd and 4th, and is expected to see over 10,000 visitors by the end of the weekend. Continue Reading »

Written on May 4, 2014

Missed the ‘blood moon’? Here’s where you can catch the next lunar eclipse

Usually on a Monday night I’m tucked into bed watching House of Cards or a similarly addicting piece of television on Netflix by around 11 p.m. This past Monday, April 14, however, I found myself driving out to Priddis in an attempt to get a beautiful view of the lunar eclipse at the Rothney Astrophysical Observatory (RAO). Continue Reading »

Written on April 20, 2014

CUFF 2014: Day 4 in Review

Day four at the eleventh annual Calgary Underground Film Festival brought a couple music themed documentaries to the screens of The Globe – Alive Inside and As The Palaces Burn. My boyfriend, Brett Rieger and I are regular volunteers with the festival, and tonight was one of the few nights we weren’t on line duty, Continue Reading »

Written on April 11, 2014

A Beginner’s Guide to Gluten Free in Calgary

Whether you’ve recently been diagnosed with Celiac disease, or pinned your stomachaches on gluten intolerance, it can be tough to transition over to a diet free of wheat and other gluten-filled grains. Fortunately, it’s not something you have to go through alone. On March 29th and 30th, 2014, more than 6,000 people packed their way Continue Reading »

Written on April 6, 2014

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