Four Indigenous Role Models In and Around Edmonton

“There emerges a universal theme in their messages. Concentrated in cultural strengthening, progress & development, combating racism & prejudice, and raising awareness for Indigenous topics and issues.” By Chaylene Ribbonleg I’m going to be...

A Tour of Edmonton Best Donairs

“A city with a whopping 120 donair shops and restaurants, the five we tried are only a fraction of what Edmonton has to offer.” Photos and Article by Chaylene Ribbonleg Basha Donair & ShawarmaQueen DonairBest DonairSwiss DonairPrimeTime Donair &...

An introduction into Edmonton’s Tattoo Parlors

I had expected to leave Edmonton for a high-quality tattoo, but after researching the local artists, I don’t think I will need to do that. by Chaylene Ribbonleg I’m looking for another tattoo. I had originally got my first tattoo in September 2019 and my second and...

Anna Marie Sewell’s Humane Book Review

Anna Marie Sewell Review by Chaylene Ribbonleg            Anna Marie Sewell’s Humane is published under an independent local publishing group, Stonehouse Publishing Inc., a small publishing company that prints out 4-6 titles a year. The publishing company tries...

Black Women and their Experiences with their Hair

by Vanessa Agbulu For most of my life I didn’t know what my natural hair texture looked like. My mother began chemically straightening my hair with relaxers when I was 2 years old. Relaxers are creams or lotions that are applied to the hair to straighten it by...

Netflix’s Deadly Illusions: review

“I knew I was in for a ride, a terribly made, poorly acted and badly written ride, and I was incredibly ecstatic…” by Vanessa Agbulu Since the COVID-19 pandemic started, one of my favourite things to do to pass the time is to watch bad movies. It’s a...

How to be a Nollywood Babe

“A babe is a liberated, independent, smart, good-looking woman. She’s always dressed to the nines, smokes, drinks, likes to have sex, sometimes for money, and likes rich men, in short, she’s a bad-ass bitch.” by Vanessa Agbulu Babes are becoming more and...

WORD*LAB featuring Daniel de Dios Review

WORD*LAB By: Zachary Mann I like spoken word poetry. I like the dimly lit atmosphere which reminds me of a smoky New York jazz cafe, I like the off-the-cuff interactions you have with people sitting next to you, I like the single incandescent spot light that shines...
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