Avenue's annual Best Restaurants issue. We present the best dining experiences in 21 categories, ranging from Best New Restaurant to Best Pizza. Also, we explore the state of women chefs in the Edmonton culinary world, the rising popularity of farmers' markets,and how online reviews impact local restaurants.
Edmonton rapper Nova Rockafeller’s journey, Darren Jordon shares his eclectic style, eating hearts for Valentine’s Day, four chocolate-centric dining recommendations, how to make shopping easier, and more.
Scott McKean is the best dressed man at city hall, the Edmonton origin of Jones Soda founder Peter van Stolk is unearthed, a local graphic designer brings her craft to her decor, and more.
From Sherwood Park to Hollywood, Keltie Knight shines alongside celebrities on the red carpet; A notorious old hotel gets a facelift; Tips and tricks for cooking the perfect holiday turkey; Avenue's annual holiday gift guide.
Meet some of Edmonton’s best and brightest as Avenue’s annual list of Top 40 Under 40 is revealed; a new, younger generation of hunters is born out of the local food movement; the storied past of plans for the old Walterdale Bridge.
A look at the age-old battle of Alberta and ask if it's time to put it to rest; wine on tap makes its way into local restaurants; Leduc and Edmonton butt heads on annexation; the handmade movement makes textiles a work of art.
This fall's fashion trends and stylish tips; Kim Campbell steps into her new office at the U of A; A french favourite makes it's return to the culinary forefront; A closer look at crowd funding.
The Abundant Community Initiative builds bridges across communities, not fences; Dialog architects create projects with a street-wise aesthetic; Tyler Olafson hits the road in style; We unveil the best neighbourhoods in the city.
This year, we shifted our annual 25 Best Things to Eat list in another direction, with 25 local celebrities and influencial movers and shakers telling us their favourite dishes to enjoy in the city. Let Mayor Don Iveson, Giller-prize-winning author Lynn Coady and Edmonton Oilers' president Patrick LaForge tell you how to eat your way through Edmonton. Also, we examine the growing trend of upscale washrooms in Edmonton dining establishments and the rise of the long bar.
Patrycia Rzechowka, the voice of the MS Society, speaks on her style and her philanthropic work. Alan Nursall, the CEO of the Telus World of Science reveals his secrets to finding shows that engage both the scientific and the artistic mind. The people of Mars One; speaking with locals who want to inhabit the Red Planet. An aviation expert talks about Edmonton as the Gateway to the North.