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Culture

Daze Magazine won’t leave you confused

Preceded by nothing but sparse rumours, Edmonton’s alternative arts and culture-focused newspaper, VUE Weekly, abruptly announced its doors were shutting last November. A short two weeks later, its last issue was published.   “It was very sudden,” says Stephan Boissonneault,

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Downtown

Edmonton’s growing skyline

Edmonton is growing up — literally. The provincial capital has become home to Canada’s tallest tower outside of Toronto. Ice District’s 69-storey Stantec Tower, which celebrated its grand opening in September, is now home to 1,500 workers. Stantec’s new global

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People

The beauty in the grotesque

I first met Kasie Campbell at Crash Hotel in September of 2017 in what I can confidently call one of the more bizarre nights of my life. It was a event called Crash My Room in which different artists each

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Date night

Date night: Ceramic painting

Figuring out what to do on a date can be difficult sometimes, especially when there are two indecisive people in the mix. Also, nobody wants to use all their student loans on a date night. If you and your significant

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Campus

Ambassador program looking for interested students

Applications for the MacEwan Ambassador program open in March, and students are encouraged to apply early.   The Ambassador program is a leadership program based on volunteer service.  Students are engaged on campus and with the community for 40 hours

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Lifestyle

Going green in the new year

There’s nothing quite like ringing in the new year — the streamers, fancy parties with flutes of champagne, and fireworks in the midnight sky. The new year is a time to celebrate and reflect, and since it comes hot off

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Date night

Date night: Royal Alberta Museum

The Royal Alberta Museum’s (RAM) new building opened its doors in October of last year, and the new features are a sight to behold. The museum is open until 8 p.m. on Thursdays, making it a great choice to shake

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People

Food for thought

These days our diet seems to be all we hear about. It’s one of our society’s main concerns and we are bombarded daily by the dos and don’ts and the never-ending list of diets that we must try. The health

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Study spot

Study spot: District Moto

This spin-off Italian café and motor shop has history with Edmonton since 1927 and it’s right across 107th street. District Moto opened this past July and is both a café and Vespa dealer. Walking in, you’re greeted with a 1950s

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