La Bosco Bakery and Café review

A New Café Joins Old Strathcona review by Ariel Delorme La Bosco Bakery and Café, doing a unique French-Korean twist on desserts and coffee, is a brand-new shop in the surrounding industrial area three blocks south of Whyte avenue. With wheelchair accessibility and...

Thurston Moore album By The Fire review

A track-by-track review of Thurston Moore new 2020 album By the Fire review by Jordan Lamash Release Date: Sept. 25, 2020Length: 1h 22minGenre: Experimental RockLabel: Daydream Library Few bands have achieved a flawless discography – where every album they release...

An interview with Edmonton composer Geoff Li

“Making real connections, making real friends, those are the things that will last you in the long run, both in terms of your career and just your overall well-being.” photo: Tatiana Zagorac interview by Vivian Poon Since March, Edmontonians have been socially...

Route 99 Diner review

Edmonton’s classic 50s style family diner photo: www.walkableedmonton.com review by Analea Zimmermann This week I had the pleasure of revisiting an old favourite, Route 99 Diner. Seven years ago, I made my first visit to the diner with my dad. Some of my fondest...

Edmonton’s public art

There is at least one fun outdoor thing to do in Edmonton even though summer is over Vaulted Willow by Marc Fornes & THEVERYMANY review and photos by Annie Wildemann My mom is a big fan of clichés. She likes to joke that in Edmonton there are only two seasons...
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