May's issue looks at the latest trends in architecture and design — our annual design competition also moves to this month. Three designers each had 36 hours to makeover the same room, and you get to vote on your favourite look. Dry curing: is it worth the time and effort to care for your meat the old-fashioned way? Chefs and meat processors weigh in. Plus, May cover star and FC Edmonton's star goalie, Lance Parker, shares a little bit of his magic with us.
April is Avenue's annual Fashion Issue. Pack your bags and watch this year's hottest fashions take flight during a unique photo shoot at the Edmonton International Airport. This issue also looks at the growing trend of larger-than-life beards, how to deal with sleep disorders, a violin restoration expert and the art of renovating with recycled materials.
March is Avenue's annual food issue, featuring the top five restaurants in Edmonton, plus 16 other categories, including Best Sushi, Best New, and Worth the Drive. Plus, a health inspector's tips for safe food handling, a burlesque cabaret group's sultry story, and one man's quest for a reasonably-priced bespoke suit.
The February issue showcases the hidden side of Edmonton, from Edmontonians who are famous abroad but virtually unrecognizable at home, to the mysteries and myths shadowing the iconic West Edmonton Mall. Plus, this issue features DJ Junior Brown, whose laidback style and sharp business sense have landed him on this month's cover.
The January issue celebrates natural nuptials, creative proposals and all the pretty details that go into a wedding. Plus, an image consultant goes organic, pressure is rising due to a helium shortage and a couch potato makes a Herculean effort to get in shape in the New Year.
The December issue of Avenue looks at the triple-threat style of the Tang triplets, local models who hit always paint the town red in high fashion. Plus winter activities to help you embrace the season, a gift guide to tantalize all five sense, DIY gift recipes made from the heart, a rustic but beautifully-decorated lakeside home and more.
The annual Top 40 Under 40 2012 showcases a prestigous group of Edmontonians who not only excel in their field but also give back to the community. Plus, one couple's experiment with DIY decorating and four restaurants worth your reservations.
A conversation about style with the Edmonton's First Family of Men's Fashion. The Big Idea 2012 tackles the crime issue in Edmonton and what can be done to alleviate it; Tosaint Ricketts's experience with European soccer; get away to some dark skies in Jasper.
The Arts Season issue featuring listings for local dance, theatre, music and visual art, Edmonton's top chefs' favourite places to eat, plus the hottest fall fashions.
The first annual Edmonton's Best Neighbourhoods results are revealed. Plus, a profile of inspirational brothers Lewis and Lorne Cardinal, pop-up menues and the garage from heaven.