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Volume I: Spring & fall, 2020
Nov. 23
Together we can fund a cure
Holiday gift guide: Edmonton edition
A COVID Christmas in downtown Edmonton
Edmonton’s premier museum in the age of COVID
The pros and condos of living downtown
Crisis and faith
Feeling the burn of online learning
Nov. 9
An eruption of European architecture in Edmonton
A cup of COVID-19
Emily Cooper is a Parisian’s nightmare
Start early, start young
Downtown Dining Week
Indoor hobbies and activities: COVID edition
Dining in an igloo downtown
Oct. 26
The great pandemic bake-off
Navigating ETS during a global pandemic
No more dry winters
About to break
Self-confidence is a lifestyle
How winter affects mental health
Calling all ramen lovers
Don’t tell me to smile
Oct. 12
‘It’s my soul calling’
Ghost kitchens take a bite out of the Edmonton food scene
A bookshop for curious people
Halloween is not cancelled
Naked and unafraid
We are responsible
Sept 29
Online class disaster
A night at the drive-in
A COVID summer: Cooking up change
Outerwear is key
How students with disabilities navigate online courses
The end of CERB and its impact on local residents
April 3
Nights in Wonderland
Laying the tracks
Breaking the COVID silence
Converting car parts to plunder
Hopping into Easter with COVID
Property king
Virtual comfort in a time of no joy
A big little book store
How the homeless keep their stuff
Humans of The Magpie
Maggie’s take: The good, the bad & the pandemic
March 20
Will the food scene survive?
Waging war on COVID-19
A coronavirus compendium
Pardon the plastic
COVID diaries
Pandemic versus politics
Strangers in a newly strange land
Isolated … but alive
Maggie’s take: Help Wanted
March 6
Scenes from an emergency
Griffins aiming for one more win
A decade of Duchess
‘I don’t believe in pedestals’
Writing a new story
Untangling Edmonton fashion
Maggie’s take: Straight Pride is a warped philosophy
Feb. 14
The new battle of Alberta
Chocolate’s gift of love and joy
The ugly side-effects of COVID-19
To give or not to give
The seeds of a problem
A scattering of sculptures
Millennial real estate market
The ‘beer castle’ then and now
Maggie’s take: Black History is Alberta’s history
Jan. 31
Hope is as small as a needle
Eating healthy on a dime
Graveyard myths and secrets
YEG Street art
A fire-cracking new year
Rent isn’t rising – for now
Red lights in the snow
Valentine’s Day ideas
Maggie’s take: Winter driving woes
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