BeatRoute Magazine


This article was written prior to the floods to draw attention to this annual celebration of historic sites in the city. It will be the first in a series where we look at these areas and trace their development. This piece has been left as it was originally written, to offer added insights.

The community of Inglewood feels wonderfully eerie and is still somewhat isolated, despite new developments and the developing East Village nearby. It has kept its charm of long ago with its mix of old and new, where the old is still very much present. Even Inglewood’s newer buildings have been incorporated smartly into a sea of older, heritage-like buildings. The Atlantic Avenue Art Block, for example, is one of the most beautiful buildings I have ever walked in. And yet, right across, we still have the Hose & Hound, “Calgary’s only…

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