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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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Culture

Halloween guide

‘Tis the season to get your spooky groove on with many of Edmonton’s fun-filled nights of Halloween. So, whether you’re looking for a bone-chilling night that’ll make the Sanderson Sisters proud or you prefer evenings that aren’t so hair-raising, I’ve

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Events

the griff’s guide to summer

Devyn’s recommendation: City Market DowntownLocation: 10299 97 St. NWDates: May – OctoberCost: Whatever you want to spend. Why it is an integral part of your Edmonton Summer Experience: Despite billing itself as a “winter city,” Edmonton truly shines during the

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Events

Bark at the Moonshine

Hansen Distillery is usually closed on Sundays, but an exclusive bottling party made the place come alive on March 31. The tasting lounge reminded me of a bar scene from a western movie, with its handmade wooden bar and rustic

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Events

Battle of the bands: MacEwan edition

SAMU’s Music Showdown was held in Thrift Shop on Friday and the atmosphere was great — everybody was eager to hear the music, and all of the acts were very talented. Thrift Shop itself had its grand opening back in

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Events

Blind exploration

To many, the world of photography may feel like a vast, inaccessible maze of aperture depth, lighting rules, and outrageously expensive equipment. The Pecha Kucha Inspiration Night at the Metro Cinema in Garneau, held on Feb. 12, sought to pull

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Events

A coffee break for encouragement

Yoleen Naidoo is a professional graphic designer and a business development associate at Cancom Developments. She has initiated a campaign called Coffee of Encouragement. Her goal is to encourage all of us to spare a minimum of 10 to 20

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