What a night it was at our EPL Gala: An Evening with Arlene Dickinson. Thanks to the generosity of sponsors, auction contributors, donors and guests, we raised over $254,000 to support the revitalization of the Stanley A. Milner Library, one of Edmonton’s most loved and best used community services. Our annual fund and friend-raiser included…
And then there were three: EPL’s third of four 2018 building projects is open and bustling with activity. The relocated Londonderry Branch, now across from Soft Moc and Stockhomme on the main floor of Londonderry Mall, opened on August 13, 2018. Since then there’s been an increase in visits, more customers attending classes, creations on…
Lawyer Mark Mielke answers burning questions about what cannabis legalization will look like in Edmonton—and Alberta—and what it means.
Starting a book club is a fun way to enjoy books, meet new people, learn new perspectives and participate in some healthy debate.
We take a look at the fiction and non-fiction books with the most library holds going into September 2018 (and suggest what to read instead).
Cozy mysteries are the warm, fuzzy version of hardboiled detective novels. Dive into some of the most endearing cozy mystery series around.
Humourous memoirs? Check. Uproarious fiction? Check. Hilarious non-fiction? Check. These funny books will have you literally laughing out loud.
Poet, romance novelist and 2018 Capital City Press Featured Writer Rayanne Haines looks to her family as inspiration for her work.
Darrin Hagen, playwright and EPL's 2018 Writer in Residence, reflects on how the Fringe has cultivated a creative community in Edmonton.