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'Woman' has heart and depth, and fun, too

'Woman' has heart and depth, and fun, too

Woman at War is a wonderful and surprising movie about one person's fight against industry and environmental damage, complete with choir practice and an oompah band.
St. Albert set to debate Canada Reads

St. Albert set to debate Canada Reads

Canada Reads is the CBC’s annual battle of the books but St. Albert has its own version with local celebrities defending the same five books.
Portfolio: weekly art listings

Portfolio: weekly art listings

Art Gallery of St. Albert Reconciling Edmonton is an art exhibit produced by RISE – Reconciliation in Solidarity Edmonton.
Bathroom art protest taken to the Max

Bathroom art protest taken to the Max

The lack of gender-neutral bathrooms in one MacEwan University building inspired a local artist to create an artistic protest, one that's already resulted in change
Blowing the roof off for 22nd Night of Artists

Blowing the roof off for 22nd Night of Artists

Night of Artists prepares for 22nd annual weekend arts extravaganza with painters, sculptors, performers ... and publications
Aller voir des films (Let’s watch some movies)

Aller voir des films (Let’s watch some movies)

The Alliance française of Edmonton invites one and all to go to the cinéma and watch some wonderful movies. The 10-day French Film Festival starts Thursday as a way of contributing to the Rendez-vous de la Francophonie.
Portfolio: weekly art listings

Portfolio: weekly art listings

Walk with RISE at the library

Walk with RISE at the library

RISEdmonton hopes to make the Indigenous experience more accessible to the general public. Its interactive Walk With Me exhibit at the St. Albert Public Library is just the first step.
Gardening – Composting and planting

Gardening – Composting and planting

In my first article, I talked about raised beds and preparing the soil. My method of composting starts with two large composting bins. The first is approximately eight feet by three feet by three feet high. The other is two feet shorter.
Take your fork to Tuscany

Take your fork to Tuscany

One of the best ways to experience a culture is through its cuisine. Lynn Hillaby is a gastronomical adventurer at heart and she’s leading a culinary tour to Tuscany this fall.