My grandmother’s home, filled with plants, smells ferny and jungle-wet and alive. My in-laws’ home smells like laundry and freezer ice. A friend’s apartment…Read More
About DoteDote Magazine is the handbook for living a well-styled and meaningful life. We are focused on local artisans, entrepreneurs, and professionals who add to our cultural development and anyone passionate about fostering a creative, thoughtful life. We believe that beauty surrounds us every day in ways that you would never expect, and we want to help you see it and create it for yourself. Our goal isn’t to break news or to feature the newest hip and trendy things, but to show you how to achieve a little extra beauty in all aspects of your life and how our local artisans and entrepreneurs can help. In creating a magazine like Dote, we have created an outlet for writers, photographers, artists, artisans, musicians, and a large variety of small businesses to showcase themselves not only in promotion but in purpose. We want to tell their stories.
The Girls by Emma Cline is set in 1969, when an adolescent girl, Evie Boyd, joins a cult reminiscent of the cult run by…Read More
It’s been just over a couple of months since I handed in my resignation. I left a cushy corporate job to pursue my dreams…Read More
The Yellow Warehouse in Calgary’s historic community of Inglewood was transformed into a spectacular display of Canadian talent this weekend, housing PARKSHOW 2017, one…Read More
We couldn’t think of a more perfect way to celebrate the launch of Dote Magazine’s first ever Home and Outdoor Living Issue last week…Read More
Local entrepreneur Lourdes Juan heads up LeftOvers Calgary, an organization reducing food waste and feeding people, one loaf of bread at a time. …Read More