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Creative Spotlight

Tanjeryne is an up-and-coming alternative singer-songwriter from Edmonton who draws influence from artists such as Fleetwood Mac, Lana Del Rey, and Norah Jones. She’s honed her stage presence and performance abilities by regularly playing with her band, acoustically freelancing, and

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Summer’s street food season

It’s that time of year when Edmonton’s food trucks are starting to make their way out onto the streets, providing us with all the tasty summer food and drinks we love. If you’re looking for somewhere to grab a delicious

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The world on demand

Since our global pandemic began, movie theatres have closed down and countless films have been put on pause and postponed. However, not all decided to hold off releasing during COVID. Universal’s Trolls: The World Tour opted to roll with the

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The unexpected rise of the plant industry

Businesses have slowly begun opening, and people are starting to get back to their usual daily routines. For months, the economical situation in the country was struggling due to the rapid spread of the virus. Everyone was asked to stay

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Getting your farmer’s market fix

Summer is not completely cancelled! Although many events have been forced to shut down due to COVID-19, there are still several things you can do to enjoy summer while also supporting local businesses. One of which is visiting some of

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Five TikTok trends you do not want to miss

According to an article by Forbes, TikTok is the number-one downloaded non-gaming app, and data from states Sensor Tower that the app has hit 1.5 billion downloads. TikTok is a social media platform for creating, sharing, and discovering short videos.

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Just fear: An interview with Dan Mangan

Milo Knauer: A lot has happened in the 10 years since the release of your landmark album, Nice Nice, Very Nice — which you have been and will be touring for your 10th anniversary this year.  Could you have anticipated

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The need to read

In the early days of the pandemic, headlines were liberal in their description of soaring sales. Toilet paper panic buying was, perhaps, as expected as the sudden spike in alcohol and cannabis purchases, but a surge in book sales? Less

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Review: The Invisible: Agents of Ungentlemanly Warfare

Though we are all familiar with the phrase “art imitates life,” few performances capture this reality as well as Catalyst Theatre’s The Invisible: Agents of Ungentlemanly Warfare. Inspired by the Special Operations Executives (SOE) of the Second World War, the

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Creative Spotlight

Kerry Hirsch can’t remember a time when he didn’t love music. Inspired by ‘60s psychedelic music and the blues — which he refers to as “his jam” — Hirsch has been creating music from an early age, having started playing

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