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Started With A Song

Country superstar Brett Kissel may be making his mark on the international music scene, but he’s still kept his Alberta roots.
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Cool Hunter: Sporting Goods

Items to get you outside and stepping up your game.

Portland Comes of Age

This eco-minded metropolis is full of endearing quirks that charm locals and tourists, alike.

Subculture Clash: Coffee vs. Tea

The teahouse revival in town has made the simple question of what hot drink to order — a cup of joe or Earl — more interesting.
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Boutiques and Designers Left Hanging

Why are we more willing to spend extra on locally grown food but not locally grown clothing? The city's fashion designers and hyper-local boutiques want to know.

The Great Date Debate

Avenue asks two writers to recommend novel adventures for a first date, while simultaneously testing the compatibility of these strangers.

#YEG: Sparkle Hayter

An ex-pat waxes poetically about summer time in the Capital.
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Lavish Vacations

From Edmonton to Vienna, Randall MacDonald teaches you how to party like it's 1899.

Home Cookin'

Three converted-home restaurants going way beyond mom’s Monday-night meat loaf.

Red State is New State of Filmmaking

A band of Alberta investors break free of the traditional Hollywood business model, relying on fan support to make sure Kevin Smith’s controversial film gets seen.

Taste of the Chamber

The annual Taste of the Chamber fundraiser at the Jubilee Auditorium.

The Art of Sonny Assu

The Longhouse series explores First Nations totem images as written communication.

Veer Gidwaney's Seeds of Change

Social activist inspires others to make positive changes in their lives. 

Pack an Appetite For Culinary Travel

Food tours are a feast for more than the eyes.

Party Crasher: Pecha Kucha Night 9

Designers share their ideas, from urban planning to storytelling.

Bradley Moss's Backstage Presence

After building a reputation on thought-provoking contemporary theatre, the Theatre Network's artistic director puts on a classic.
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No More Plastic on the Patio

Outdoor furniture isn’t just for barbecues anymore, so say goodbye to folding chairs and hello to sofas you could sleep on.

Doctor's Penthouse Goes Under the Knife

When Dr. Ryan Oland got tired with his penthouse’s decor, interior designer Jacqueline Hoshizaki was called in for an emergency operation.

Cool Hunter: Fatherly Advice

Father's Day shopping starts here with more than 20 cool gift ideas.
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The Corkage Question, Uncorked

There's no shame in bringing your own wine to the table. Some restaurants even want you to.
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