Babylon Restaurant is new to 118 Avenue since the end of December. Located inside the Coliseum Inn, the restaurant delivers authentic Middle Eastern and Iraqi cuisine.
The restaurant blends contemporary and traditional flavours of the Middle East and offers a comprehensive menu selection. On the weekends, a buffet is available with different food each week for $25 per adult and $10 for kids. Continue reading Sample contemporary and traditional flavours Babylon Restaurant shares Middle Eastern and Iraqi fare
The #MeToo movement is sweeping across the country to raise awareness about harassment and foster community support for those affected.
Garrett Johnson (who requested his name be changed) discussed his experience when an ex-boyfriend attacked him outside of a nightclub. He said he felt uneasy upon arriving to the nightclub, but brushed the anxiety aside. Continue reading Harassment doesn’t need to leave you helpless Resources are available if you are being harassed or threatened
Good news for professional wrestlers and fans: city council has exempt professional wrestling from the combative sports ban and will review other combative sports on Feb. 21. Continue reading City council reviewing combative sports ban Monster Pro Wrestling will return to Alberta Avenue Community League soon
Cabin fever can be a distant memory for Alberta Avenue league members with plenty of opportunities to participate in local programming this year. The league is expanding its programming with math tutoring, a collective kitchen, drop-in sports, and outdoor skating. Continue reading More programming for Alberta Avenue The league’s activities focus on building abundant community
Not everyone is fortunate enough to have a home. According to a citywide survey by Homeward Trust in 2016, 1,752 people experience homelessness in Edmonton. Continue reading Help for Edmonton’s homeless Available resources for those who are without shelter
The holidays herald parties, and that brings more instances of impaired driving. With this in mind, Edmonton Police Service (EPS) is preparing for holiday checkstops, but police encourage drivers who choose to drink to find alternatives to get home. Continue reading Celebrate responsibly this holiday season Edmonton has plenty of options to get home safely
Yule Ave brings the holidays home for people this December with an emphasis on the values of the season.
The event returns for its sixth year at Alberta Avenue Community Centre on Dec. 16 to bring free fun for the whole family.
“I want people to create Christmas, not to buy it,” said organizer Frank Zotter about the upcoming one-day event. Continue reading Annual festival returns to the Ave for a one-day event Yule Ave celebrates the holiday season with families in mind