Paula Kirman



Recent work by Paula

A portrait of Zofia Trebaczkiewicz in front of the equipment in The Kitchen
food library

The Kitchen meets big appetite for cooking classes

If you've tried to enrol in a cooking class at The Kitchen and found it was already full, you're not alone.

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A graphic describing the elements of healthy and safe communities, including active transportation, recreation, and mobility, plus healthy food environments and social connections, at the levels of neighbourhood, site, and building
health infrastructure

Conference explores what it takes to build a healthy city

Experts from around the world will gather in Edmonton at the end of May to discuss how to build places that are healthier to live in at the Fit Cities Fit Towns Conference.

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An Edmonton Transit Service LRT train on street-level tracks in downtown Edmonton on a blue-sky day in late winter
transit transportation

Transit Camp aims to mobilize bus and LRT champions

A city councillor is hoping to create a sense of community for Edmonton's transit users by convening Transit Camp, a day-long exploration of the challenges and opportunities facing public transportation.

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Taking Care: Alumni Stories About Life in the Original Residences and Lister Hall, 1911-2020, on a bookshelf surrounded by other books of Canadiana
history education

New book documents residence life at the University of Alberta

A chance meeting at an alumni event that Ellen Schoeck almost skipped led to a series of books about the University of Alberta, the latest of which has just been published.

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A scene from Skinamarink, featuring a child sitting in the dark, faintly lit in blue and looking off-screen
arts film

Edmonton-made viral horror film heads to theatres

Film-goers will soon get a chance to see the homegrown horror sensation Skinamarink in theatres, as the low-budget, highly scary movie gets a legitimate release after going viral in pirated form online.

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Alexis Marie Chute stands amid art depicting summer flowers and other colourful scenes
arts visual arts

Alexis Marie Chute creates artistic oasis in Stony Plain

As the darkest days of the year approach, Eternal Summer has come to the Multicultural Heritage Centre Public Art Gallery in Stony Plain, thanks to the imagination of curator Alexis Marie Chute.

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