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Day: April 27, 2019


the griff’s guide to summer

Devyn’s recommendation: City Market DowntownLocation: 10299 97 St. NWDates: May – OctoberCost: Whatever you want to spend. Why it is an integral part of your Edmonton Summer Experience: Despite billing itself as a “winter city,” Edmonton truly shines during the

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A tale of two cities

It’s easy to see the changes to Edmonton’s downtown skyline over the last few years. Cranes have been a constant while the new Stantec Tower and JW Marriott hotel and residences were constructed, topping off at 66 and 56 floors,

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When swiping turns to stalking

Dating apps have become the paramount vehicle for meeting new people, whether it be for a date, a hook-up, or a quick ego boost. As of 2014, the popular dating app Tinder has over 50 million users, with an average

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Club Q+A

Club Q+A: InQueeries

What is the history of the club? Mitchell Norenberg: It’s actually one of the oldest clubs at MacEwan. It kind of morphed out of the Open Doors Club, which itself was formed in 2000, and then around 2010 it was

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Recipe: Barbecue bonanza

Jerk Chicken Burgers: Serves: 8 Prep: 2 hours INGREDIENTS: 4 chicken breasts, cut in half widthwise 1 cooking onion Salt and pepper 1 jar of your favourite jerk chicken marinade 1/2 red onion 8 slices of pineapple Burger toppings of

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How-to: Travel solo as a student

#When I first started travelling solo, the whole idea of navigating a city with only my backpack and brains scared me senseless. But as soon as my feet landed in vibrant Naples, my fears slowly began to disappear. Before I

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Date night

Date night: DOSC

Edmonton has so much to offer in the way of restaurants, cafés, and interesting spaces that it can be hard to imagine getting stuck in a rut, but sometimes we do. Especially when it comes to going out. Recently my

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Study spot

Study spot: The Hallway Café

Across from the Art Gallery of Alberta, you can find a recently reinvented dining spot. The Hallway Café and Takeaway combines art, sustainability, and comfort. Located at 1 Sir Winston Churchill Square, the Hallway Café is situated right in the

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Canada’s food guide: What to eat or not to eat

Diet, the ever-changing part of our lives that we cannot seem to get straight. In today’s era of fad diets and a plethora of what can be considered healthy options, it can be truly daunting to try to figure out

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