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A paper sculpture of a mammoth at Deep Freeze
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Weekend agenda: Jan. 21-23, 2022

This weekend's events include a mix of outdoor and indoor fun, with a few virtual events if you're not ready to venture out.

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David Haas, enjoying a meal at the Route 99 Café, smiles to the camera
News

Retired lawyer turned playwright wins screenplay competition

A program to turn an emerging screenwriter's work into a short film has awarded its top prize to David Haas, a retired lawyer who owes his writing career to anger in the courtroom and a penchant for winning competitions.

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Festival goers walk along a snowy, lit-up path at Deep Freeze
Brief

Weekend agenda: Jan. 13-16, 2022

Making plans? Here are a few of things happening around the city over the next few days, most of it outside now that the weather has warmed up.

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A smiling Shawn Gramiak waves his hat and shows razzle-dazzle hands, while a frowning JP Fournier looks on
News

The Movie Jerks roll the credits after a decade of podcasting

After 10 years, 450 episodes, and almost 200 guests, The Movie Jerks are wrapping up their long-running Edmonton podcast.

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Jenesia sings, wearing a fuzzy coat
News

Winterruption YEG postponed as COVID-19 cases rise

Winterruption YEG, a winter music festival scheduled to run Jan. 27 to 30, has been postponed as COVID-19 cases in Alberta hit record highs.

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House of Hush will ring in the New Year with flair.
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Holiday agenda: Dec. 17, 2021- Jan. 2, 2022

Our guide to arts events, markets, New Year's celebrations, and more over the holidays.

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A collage of six of the recipient artists' headshots
News

Twenty local artists receive $15,000 each from Edmonton Artists' Trust Fund

The Edmonton Arts Council (EAC) celebrated the achievements of 20 local artists with its announcement of the recipients of the 2021 Edmonton Artists' Trust Fund awards.

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Rayanne Haines smiles in front of a concrete pillar
News

Incoming regional writer in residence to focus on supporting rural writers

The Metro Federation of Libraries has named Rayanne Haines as its 2022 regional writer in residence, with her time to be split between Strathcona County, Fort Saskatchewan, and St. Albert.

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A selection of wares from the Royal Bison.
Brief

Weekend agenda: Dec. 9-12, 2021

The Royal Bison is back again this weekend in-person, plus don't miss the Searching for Izena Summit and Campio Brewing Co.'s holiday drag brunch. Find out what's happening around the city over the next couple of days in our weekend agenda.

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