Top 5 CineCoup 2015 Entries: Help Indie Filmmakers Make Their Movie

Quench - March 19, 2015

You may have heard of CineCoup. It’s the indie film incubator that allows filmmakers to build an audience and get a chance to win up to a million dollars for their production. The 2013 batch yielded WolfCop, a Canadian horror comedy film by writer/director Lowell Dean. This year has an interesting mix of comedy and cult films. Quench has picked our top 5 to help you get started. …

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6 Budget-Friendly Facelifts for the House

Lisa Hoekstra - March 11, 2015

Everyone thinks about their interior – making it cozy, giving it a bit of edge to wow guests, finding ways to keep it clean – but the exterior of the home is just as important, especially for first impressions. And, it gets much more wear and tear than the inside, what with mother nature’s various torments. Looking forward to the warmer spring weather, now is …

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Phillips Brewing Takes Top Prize in Inaugural Craft Beer Competition

Quench - March 10, 2015

On a sunny Edmonton Saturday, three of the city’s most respected beer judges donned their blindfolds for the 1st Northern Lands Festival Craft Beer Awards Competition. Convening at venue sponsor Craft Beer Market, certified beer judge, writer and educator Jason Foster, master BJCP beer judge and educator Owen Kirkaldy, and recognized beer judge, writer and executive director of the Alberta Small Brewers Association Greg Zeschuk were led through a blind tasting of Canadian craft beers from coast …

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How to Make the Ultimate Meatball Sandwich

Tom DeLarzac - March 9, 2015

In the midst of this winter weather, I am constantly looking for reminders that summer is around the corner, a glimmer of hope that warmer temperatures are coming. In order to achieve this, I start to think about my favourite summer destinations and the foods that remind me of those places. I love Italy and all the food and smells that come along with it. …

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