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Edmonton Goes Off finishes Volume I

The Edmonton arts scene had a project nearly two years in the making come to a completion this past August EGO is a collaborative digital magazine that showcases local musicians by producing live performance videos, thorough interviews, and photographs all

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Campus

Deliria: how a Belgian beer is celebrating women

Now is the time to celebrate women. This past year we have seen some huge wins for women all over the world. From Kamala Harris being elected first female vice president of the United States, to the Norwegian Olympic handball

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Campus

Creative Spotlight: Gabrielle DeGouw

Gabrielle deGouw is a self-proclaimed lantern addict. Ever since she saw the lanterns at the Quarter’s Arts Spring Equinox Parade about seven years ago, she’s been hooked. They may just be wire, paper, and a few light bulbs, but they’re

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Downtown

Food for thought: Mercer Tavern

In January of 2021, Mercer’s Tavern decided to revamp its menu and focus on its new food program. Due to the second shutdown, they have aimed to focus on comfort foods and food that travels well with delivery services such

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Downtown

Food for thought: Arcadia Brewing

Darren McGeown first knew he wanted to open a brewery when he was sitting in a pub with his parents in Northern Ireland at the age of six. The atmosphere, camaraderie, and community are what inspired him to take his

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Campus

For locals, by locals

A new landmark popped up over the summer of 2020, leaving many people curious about the story behind the “little Europe” on the corner of 120 Street and 107 Avenue. This structure currently functions as a photo op destination for

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Culture

To be or not to be

Last April, Edmontonians could only watch in horror as all of the city’s famous summer festivals were cancelled one by one. It started with NextFest and the Freewill Shakespeare Festival on April 8, followed by what felt like another cancellation

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Downtown

Rolling to a greener Edmonton

The City of Edmonton will provide all single-unit and some multi-unit homes with carts for garbage and food waste as part of the City’s 25-year waste strategy to divert 90 per cent of waste from landfills. Homes will be provided

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Downtown

Handle with care

Since April, almost every one of James Ball’s work days has ended later than he’s used to. On its own, this wouldn’t be a major problem for him, except for the fact that his customers are not used to it

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Campus

Food for thought: Northern Chicken

Northern Chicken has been a jewel in the downtown area for four years now. It is a queer-owned business serving up southern-style comfort food that has been satisfying appetites and warming hearts. When owners and chefs Matt Phillips and Andrew

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