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Creative Spotlight: Audrey Ochoa

Audrey Ochoa grew up surrounded by music. Her parents were both professional musicians, and with instruments scattered all around the house, it wasalmost inevitable that Ochoa would pick one up and fall in love with it. “Performing is the most

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How to: Grow your own garden

As a long and particularly stubborn winter comes to an end, it’s the perfect time to start pulling out the gardening gloves and get planting. Don’t let a lack of space stop you from taking up gardening. You can start

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Creative Spotlight: AJA Louden

Edmonton artist AJA Louden started his artistic journey with just a stack of papers. As the first-born child to busy, entrepreneur parents, he would keep himself occupied by drawing. “That was kind of my first introduction to making things,” he

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Ghost kitchens: The future of food or just another fad?

When I walked into the food establishment aptly named “Ghost Kitchens,” located on 11729 Jasper Avenue, I was shocked to see nothing but a small store outfitted with basic food preparation and storage necessities. There was limited seating space, barely

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Extension, exaggeration, and extravaganza

It’s been a long year. Exams, projects, deadlines, balancing classes while alternating in person and online, the ever changing restrictions, a seemingly impossible landscape of challenges that has made our day to day so exhausting. With the the constant minutia

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Fear and COVID in Las Vegas

At the beginning of February, I had the opportunity to experience travel in the Omicron wave of COVID. On a trip to Las Vegas, I was able to experience the current state of restrictions, requirements, and travel anxieties. While this

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Black History Month Celebrations 2022

It’s February, which means it is also Black History Month! Not only is this month a celebration of the achievements, talent, and well-deserved recognition of African and Caribbean pride, it is also a month full of opportunities to become educated

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Creative Spotlight: Matthew Cardinal

Usually, improvisation brings to mind bluesy saxophone solos or long guitar riffs. But Matthew Cardinal pushes boundaries and brings the same level of experimentation to his solo work, especially in his debut album, Asterisms Cardinal’s music checks a lot of

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