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Day: November 5, 2015



It was a brisk afternoon when I embarked on my trip to the SNAP (Society of Northern Alberta Print-artists) Gallery. The sun was shining, the wind was blowing, and everything seemed wonderful. Even the transit schedules seemed to line up

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Makerspace magic

If you’re into the idea of making personalized gifts this Christmas, but you don’t feel like turning your living room into Santa’s workshop, Edmonton Public Library’s Makerspace can help. The Makerspace is located in EPL’s Stanley A. Milner branch, right

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Don’t shop — swap!

It’s almost Christmas season. That means the consumer hordes will soon be occupying every inch of the local shopping mall. Companies will begin shoving sales down customers’ throats through a glut of flashy advertisements. Generally, everything will be bought new.

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Forging a career out of copper

Sitting in the sun on the patio outside of the 109 Street MacEwan University pedway, Kristine MacDonald sips on a coffee and animatedly discusses her ongoing exploration of the line between craft and art. For the past four years, Kristine

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November Letter from the Editor

As we say goodbye to Halloween and hello to the holiday season, our thoughts turn to the joys and stresses that this time of year brings. For many of us, it’s an opportunity to spend time with our loved ones,

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