Boys of Fall: Distance album review

“…a comprehensive album that’s actually meant to go together and not just a random collection of songs by the same artist” Boys of Fallphoto: Facebook/John Fleischmann review by Vickey Ziegler I’m going to be very candid, and informal with you,...

Why Don’t You Date Me? podcast review

edmontonscene’s first review of a podcast, but surely not the last! Review by Vivian Poon Nicole Byerphoto: https://www.nicolebyerwastaken.com/ I believe that everyone should have a best friend to meet up with at least once a week and talk about literally...

Interview with Tyler Copland of PolyHobby

The first of three interviews with leading figures in Edmonton’s thriving video games industry Tyler Copland Interview by Vickey Ziegler I’ve always been into video games, ever since I was about five and understood how the computer controls worked on Tomb Raider...

(Un) Well Netflix docuseries review

Wellness. A global industry worth trillions of dollars. Does it bring health and healing? Or are falling victim to false promises? Are we really getting…well? Review by Vivian Poon After watching every episode of the Netflix Docuseries, (Un)Well, I wonder if...

Mai Vietnamese Fusion restaurant review

“Among the many Vietnamese restaurants I have been to, the Mai Vietnamese Fusion has the best value overall.” Photo: yelp.ca review by Aonan He Walking down Bourbon Street in West Edmonton Mall, you can’t miss the Mai Vietnamese Fusion restaurant because...

A guide to winter fishing in Edmonton

photo: Mike Fisher/Alberta Tourism by Rachel Babichuck Fishing is a popular Canadian pastime in the summer heat because it is accessible and fairly simple. For many recreational fishers, the idea of ice fishing has probably crossed their minds, but may seem too far...

Pho Tau Bay Restaurant review

“Going for a bowl of pho from Pho Tau Bay with my father, I taste history and culture…” Going for a bowl of pho from Pho Tau Bay with my father, I taste history and culture. I can sit with him and synthesize flavour and memory as we slurp back a bowl...

The Queen’s Gambit movie review

“Definitely a must-watch…” The Queen’s Gambit is a coming-of-age period drama miniseries starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Harry Melling, and Bill Camp. This Walter Tevis adaptation is created by Allan Scott and Scott Frank, and It was released on...
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