Shades of Color: A Rainbow After The Storm

Shades of Color: A Rainbow After The Storm

With Donald Trump running for a second term, #blackfishing and the cancellation of the Edmonton Pride Parade, this year has been difficult to navigate for many minorites, but Shades of Colour provides the support that members of QTBIPOC (Queer, Transgender, Black, Indigenous, People of Colour) so desperately need. Shades of Colour via Facebook Earlier on this […]

Review: Ma’s Octavia Spencer Polishes A Turd

Review: Ma’s Octavia Spencer Polishes A Turd

A mouldy steak is still a mouldy steak even if Octavia Spencer serves it to you; eating the steak is exactly what it feels like to sit through Ma. Tate Turner’s horror movie, Ma, opened Friday and stars Octavia Spencer as Sue Ann, a lonely veterinary assistant who befriends a group of teenagers by buying […]

Alternative Pride Events

Alternative Pride Events

June is the month for shorts, ice cream and pride. It’s Pride Month and in Edmonton we have a bunch of different ways to celebrate. The 38-years-running Edmonton Pride Parade was recently cancelled by the Pride Festival Society in April, leaving Edmontonians to wonder how they will celebrate LGBTQ2 Pride. Luckily, many new events will […]

Newly Released Netflix Originals Ranked

Newly released Netflix originals ranked By Molly Stogrin Sweatpants, junk food and Netflix are the perfect combo for a great night in. The only problem is that there are so many titles, so it’s hard to choose what to watch. Luckily, we vetted all of the Netflix originals and made this list to show you […]

Don’t Pop-Out People

Don’t Pop-Out People

By Molly Stogrin “Your biological clock is ticking!” “I want to be a grandma!” “You two would have adorable children!” If you’re a woman in her twenties, you’ve probably heard one of these “subtle” statements that dance around the question, “When are you having kids?” And “Never” is a perfectly acceptable answer. “Pizza is Bae-by” […]