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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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Culture

Must-see online events this month

After a less-than-ideal year, we’re all itching to get back out there (and I don’t mean outside — I’ve gone on too many walks already). But there are still a few online events to take in before theatres and clubs

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Events

Shop local, stay safe

This year, the holidays are going to look a little different. With COVID-19 cases on the rise, we are doing more online shopping and visiting fewer malls. For those of us who still want to get out of the house

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Events

Area 51 and Dusk at Deadmonton

This year, Deadmonton decided that one scary course wasn’t enough. Additionally to their Area 51 theme, they added a New Orleans-styled haunt called “Dusk” to make sure nobody leaves unscathed.  The setup before walking into the warehouse is perfect for

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Events

EIFF: At home edition

As the world shut down due to COVID-19, so too did many planned events in the realm of entertainment, with films either put to video-on-demand right away, released to theatres with extra precautions in place, or delayed entirely (I’ll see

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Campus

The art of staying home

If you’re missing a refreshing bit of art in your life, be sure to scroll through the John & Maggie Mitchell Art Gallery Facebook page. The page features work from MacEwan University fine art and design students. Due to COVID-19,

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Events

Sex in the city

Once a year it makes its way to Edmonton, and its arrival comes with a barrage of advertisements promising a sexy good time. It’s Taboo: the Naughty but Nice Sex Show. I’d been hearing about Taboo since 2011, not only

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Events

Hitting Close to Home

Tucked into a quiet industrial park in the south-east corner of Edmonton, there is one dingy warehouse that does not house industrial goods as it was likely originally intended to. Rather, most of the space is taken up by a full-sized

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Events

Deadmonton 2019

This year’s theme of Edmonton’s scariest haunted house, Deadmonton, is The New Dark Ages. It is a post-apocalyptic world in which humanity is struggling to save what’s left of civilization. The team at the Deadmonton haunted house did a phenomenal

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Education

How to vote

Monday, Oct. 21 is Canada’s upcoming federal election. It’s an exciting time for those who have voted before or are passionate about politics, but for first timers or those unfamiliar with Canadian politics,  you may find yourself thinking it’s complicated.

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