Cinematic pop //  Chris Buck

Celebration pop

‘It’s always been hard,” Allan Carl Newman says, in a tone of bemused acceptance. “I realize it’s just the curse of this band. It’s just how it always will be.R...
This film, but being heckled by drag queens

Scream queens

The place where horror and drag converge isn’t difficult for Zachary Parsons-Lozinski to pinpoint. ‘Drag queens often find their inspirations from some of the strongest women in pop cultu...
// Paul Blinov

Settlers of Whyte Ave

To the less-discerning passer-by, the name and logo of The Hexagon Café could simply be a crisply designed logo, one that manages to pop out along the walls-to-wall stores of Whyte Ave. But astute bo...
Go ahead. Dig in.  //  Eden Munro

Fuelling your Fringe

If you’re the kind of Fringe-goer who will essentially spend the next 11 days living in one six-block radius of Old Strathcona, you’re gonna need to keep yourself fuelled up. Bringing you...
A snapshot of the Cuban scene  // Sheri Barclay

Cultural exchange

‘Everybody’s a fucking photographer right now,” says Sheri Barclay. “We all know this.” Everybody, including Barclay herself, who strikes one in an interview as a person...
// Compfight: Furtwangl

The birds and the bees

As the urban agriculture movement picked up momentum in Edmonton—as, increasingly, people care more about knowing exactly where their food comes from, and even having a hand in its cultivation–itR...
Boosh at the 2013 Bermuda Fest // ©2013 www.heikoryll.com

Edmonton’s growing music festival scene

It was like everybody had the same genius idea at the same time. Over the arc of last summer, Edmonton found itself dotted with new summer music festivals, like the raddest of spreading plagues. They...