Inner Peace Project: How free yoga classes for Edmonton youth raise mental health awareness

By Kateryna Didukh While mental health awareness may be becoming increasingly relevant and widely discussed, there's no single approach to overcoming and dealing with mental health challenges, that would be a right fit for everyone. To promote healing, one has to first discover what makes them bleed and find a personal path to overcoming it. … Continue reading Inner Peace Project: How free yoga classes for Edmonton youth raise mental health awareness

The truth behind crystals

By Blanca Moreno When it comes to the saying "seeing is believing," people often take this too literally these days. Since the beginning of the 20th-century, people have begun rejecting the idea that there is a God that started everything we know. Flash forward to 2019, and we have too many different theories to choose … Continue reading The truth behind crystals

Rebecca Pickard on reclaiming sexuality, kinship ties, and Métis heritage through visual art in Alberta

By Kateryna Didukh Where do you come from? A harmless question for many people, but with a potential to become slightly annoying and obnoxious when followed up with a more persistent “no, but where are you REALLY from?” – yet one that still holds so much power. Knowing your heritage and being connected to your … Continue reading Rebecca Pickard on reclaiming sexuality, kinship ties, and Métis heritage through visual art in Alberta

April: The 53rd’s top 5 must-see films at Metro Cinema

All the Wild Horses (Mongolia/South Africa/UK/USA/Ireland 2017) Dir: Ivo Marloh All the Wild Horses documents the Mongol Derby horse race, the longest and toughest horse race in the world, and easily the most epic and dangerous, as it leads through 650 miles of Mongolian steppe, desert and mountain ranges. The short film Fast Horse from … Continue reading April: The 53rd’s top 5 must-see films at Metro Cinema

Edmontons slam poets compete to qualify for nationals to be held in Vancouver

By Blanca Moreno The Nook Cafe is a small, cozy, newly renovated space in downtown Edmonton where folks can come and enjoy a delicious lavender latte, or for those old enough, a delicious elderberry gin & tonic. Last year on November 7, the cafe hosted the Indie Slam Qualifier competition where qualifiers were competing for … Continue reading Edmontons slam poets compete to qualify for nationals to be held in Vancouver

MacEwan’s latest production is a classic Broadway tale of love and craps

Since its premiere in 1950, Guys and Dolls has been adapted for stage and screen time and time again but never ceases to entertain. While the play is primarily about the changing roles of men and women in post-war America, it remains a timeless classic. The production running at MacEwan University’s Triffo Theatre may not … Continue reading MacEwan’s latest production is a classic Broadway tale of love and craps