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Author: Ishita Verma

People

Dark Knits Boutique

Local fashion designer Nikki Ewing opened Dark Knits Boutique in 2006 and is located in Callingwood, near West Edmonton Mall. The studio specializes in custom corsetry, or the art of corset making, and has since branched into bridal, costumes, and cosplays as

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Culture

Spilling the ink

Some of the best conversations are based around tattoos. They have grown in popularity, almost becoming a cultural stamp.The mark of a new generation, if you will.  Throughout much of human history, tattoos have been used by many cultures for

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Date night

Eskimos game

The anticipation thrummed through me and my knees bounced. I looked around the LRT, noticing the crowds. The man sitting opposite us was laughing as he listened to our conversation. Everyone seemed relaxed and chill.  I got down to the

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Club Q+A

Club Q+A: MacEwan ASL

American Sign Language (ASL) serves as the predominant language used in the deaf community in North America. Within Canada, the two main sign languages are ASL and Langue des signes québécoise (LSQ), used in Quebec. ASL in Canada also differs

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Campus

City of Angels to open in Allard Hall

From March 21 to 28, City of Angels will be on stage in Allard Hall. MacEwan University’s theatre department has been practising long and hard to produce Larry Gelbart’s musical. Now, as the end of term approaches, the costumes are

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Retrofile looks to take over Edmonton

With a sound reminiscent of ‘80s rock, Retrofile is on a mission to change pop music. The Edmonton band creates songs filled with awesome synths, backed by cool electronic sounds and filled with catchy hooks.   Inspired by artists such

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