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.
Our second annual special issue tackles one major challenge: Edmonton's ballooning growth; Edmonton Symphony Orchestra's Lucas Waldin conducts in style; a Crestwood home combines high-tech smarts with modern elegance.
Cowboys & Aliens co-writer Andrew Foley goes to Hollywood — sort of; the future of nanotechnology in Alberta; Avenue Edmonton celebrates its fifth anniversary; a young couple creates high style in a downtown highrise.
Three communities with great appeal; The Edmonton Public Library embraces technology; Author and poet Tim Bowling finds living history in books; Style Q & A with author Todd Babiak; Edmonton restaurants pair meals with beer.
Find out how "Fashion Guy" John Chwyl balances the runway and the farm; why local clothing boutiques are struggling in a city with too many malls; 10 novel dates ideas and a bunch of outdoor sports activities.
Our annual summer guide issue with a three-month calendar of 215 things to do; an exclusive look at Kevin Smith's Alberta-financed horror flick, Red State; Style Q & A with artistic director Bradley Moss.
The five finalists of Avenue's second annual Design Inside the Box competition; Local designers share their favourite spaces in the city; Stephani Carter gives pointers on being stylish and environmental.