Graffiti Fest Puts Murals on the Map

Graffiti Fest Puts Murals on the Map

Rust Magic 2016 has spraypainted new public murals across the city in a span of several days. The graffiti arts festival aimed to add 17 new murals to the urban landscape, and has already completed 11 in its opening weekend. This weekend, additional murals will be added to The Pearl, Chez Pierre Cabaret, and Quasar Bottle Depot. While the paint is still fresh, a video is not yet available. However, we’ve put together an Edmonton Mural…

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LRT Exit Maps

LRT Exit Maps

Here are wayfinding maps of the LRT stations for the Edmonton LRT. Wayfinding using letter exits saves time, eliminates taking the wrong exit when they’re on the same street (Jasper Avenue), great for people not fluent or illiterate in English, helps people to get to their destination efficiently. This system has proven to work in cities with millions of people like Hong Kong where the MTR is among the top 10 most used mass transit systems…

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Viva Italia, Viva Edmonton! Returns to Little Italy | #viveyeg

Viva Italia, Viva Edmonton! Returns to Little Italy | #viveyeg

Viva Italia, Viva Edmonton! enters its second year under the Viva Italia District Association on August 30th, 2015. Starting out as a cross-cultural festival with the former Chinatown Little Italy Association, Little Italy isn’t so little anymore. Viva Italia, Viva Edmonton! will technically celebrate its 7th year in a community spanning across 23 businesses on 95 Street near Giovanni Caboto Park. The event this year, presented by Associazione Giovani Italiani di Edmonton, is a 9 hour celebration…

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Chinese Fondue at Urban Shabu

Chinese Fondue at Urban Shabu

If you’ve never had this Asian dish called by many names, then you’re truly missing out on one of the best foods to eat in a winter city like Edmonton. Called hot pot by many, shabu shabu by Japanese, Chinese fondue by some Hong Kong yuppies, you can’t go wrong with selecting a broth and cooking the food you want right at the table. There might not be cheese nor chocolate, but the fun and price…

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Won Jung Gak Korean Restaurant

Won Jung Gak Korean Restaurant

Won Jung Gak is one of those restaurants which unfortunately never made it past its first few years in business. They served some lovely Korean dishes even had a dish listed as a Top 100 in Canada. It’s been replaced by It’All, a Korean all-you-can-eat sushi and barbecue, a first for Edmonton. While you’re waiting for your food to grill, you can reminisce about Won Jung Gak.

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Sapporo All You Can Eat Sushi

Sapporo All You Can Eat Sushi

Sapporo is one of the few All You Can Eat sushi restaurants in the city that dish out decent quality food and, most importantly, a clean environment. They have a large selection of both raw and cooked foods so you can invite everyone for a good dining experience. You can also order off the menu if you won’t want to be too full.

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