Today I am thankful for all of the good reading that bloggers in Edmonton provide me every week. Here are some goodies for you:
Some musical notes:
- Vintage Edmonton unearths a 45 from Tommy Banks and the Banknotes featuring Evelyn Quaife.
- Rylan Kafara shares the video for And We Will Mend Our Broken Hearts by the Edmonton band F&M (the drone shot is cool!).
On the subject of food:
- On Eating is the Hard Part, Chris explores the fall menu at Earls.
- At Wine + Dine, Cheryl Cottrell-Smith warms up at Chili Hot Pot.
- Elyse Chatterton turns to bacon butty to survive family chaos amid a challenge to reduce food waste.
- Meanwhile, Jerry Aulenbach shifts from bacon to beard.
Regarding this place where we live:
- On Spacing Edmonton, Paul Giang argues it’s not the entrance signs that are the problem — it’s the entrances themselves.
- And his colleague Tom Young takes a look at West Edmonton Mall.
- The Journal’s Elise Stolte tours Edmonton through the eyes of urban design consultant Sonny Tomic, via Twitter.
- And her colleague Cailynn Klingbeil celebrates the power of small community projects.
- Glenn Kubish sounds out what we’re talking about when we say something resonates.
- Make Something Edmonton interviews Aaryn Flynn, studio general manager at BioWare.
- Chad Huculak’s latest End of the Earth cartoon riffs on #yegwords and #yegtraffic.
- Lowetide reminisces eloquently before setting up the new hockey season.
Don’t take it from me — find your own good reads on the ShareEdmonton blog feed. Most of these come from there, and those that didn’t will be added as soon as possible.
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What local blogs would you like more people to read? Comment, or send your favourites to @karenunland.