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A New Classic

Alyssa Lau champions slow fashion through her e-commerce store.
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Rich Dog, Poor Dog

Pet spas are on the rise in Edmonton, but so is the number of abandoned dogs arriving at the Edmonton Humane Society.

#YEG: Wayne Arthurson

Where the artist doesn't feel like a second-class citizen.

Clean Up Your Room!

Edmonton’s masters of organization on how you can control the clutter in your home.
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Personality Crisis

Home stagers can make your house more saleable by removing you and your memories from the premises.

Wallpaper Makes a Big Comeback

… But it’s not the gaudy, old paisley your grandmother fancied.

Cool Hunter: Criterion Collections

Patterns from textile trades never go out of style.

Cadence Weapon Verses the City

As a rapper, poet and writer, Roland Pemberton introduces people around the world to Edmonton.

The Reign in Spain

Less tradition, less conformity, more conviction.

Egg-Headed

Forget scrambled or boiled, these three restaurants show there’s no limit to what you can do with brunch.
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He Got Games

Tom Fath believes the city is finally ready to embrace pro soccer.

The Silence Of Chaos

Arts Preview: Art Gallery of Alberta

The Nina Haggerty Sessions

Arts Preview: Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts.
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Surviving Sundance

Edmonton filmmakers borrow money from mom, sleep seven to a space and chase down Robert Redford in the street — all part of enduring the world’s biggest independent film festival.

The Expert

What I know about ... Barbecues

Party Crasher: Good For The Heart

Love was in the air for Kids Kottage Foundation's second annual For The Love of Wine Gala.
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Crestwood "Beach" House

When you peer out the vast windows of this Crestwood home, the snow might look like white sand and the firs like palm trees.

Cool Hunter: Dr. Seuss-inspired

Looky look whose birthday it is — the creator of Green Eggs and Ham and the Grinch. So let's go back to childlike times with whimsical, wonderful Dr. Seuss-like finds.

Style Q & A: Daniel Costa

Daniel Costa may have irked a few people along the way, but the 26-year-old chef and restaurateur is elevating the local food scene with Corso 32 — the city's most talked-about new restaurant.

Local Schools Look to Power Lunches

As the province’s childhood obesity rates rise, an Edmonton school shows students how to plan healthy lunches and spurs them to be adventurous.
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