Edmonton blog roundup: Oct. 27, 2014

Here’s a tiny sample of what I found in Edmonton’s blogosphere this week:

imageMack Male returned from his honeymoon and recapped Launch Party 5, Startup Edmonton’s annual celebration of companies on the rise. (Photo of Alison McMahon of Twofold by Mack, shared with permission.)

Sort of related:

There’s always good stuff in the food blogs:


  • Natasha Chiam spoke at the Blissdom Canada blogging conference, and came home with some thoughts about ethics.
  • On Oilers Nation, Jonathan Willis notes a couple of dirty plays the Oilers didn’t get caught for.
  • Matt Dance explores David Rauch’s Open Art YEG project, and what it could lead to, on Spacing Edmonton.
  • The Choir Girl chats with Phillip Addis, who is singing Figaro in The Barber of Seville.
  • Sandy Joe Karpetz spotlights designer Wes O’Driscoll of street-wear brand Nowhere Fast.

I found most of these on Mack’s ShareEdmonton, where you can find many more posts to enjoy. He’s got my list to add, so if you don’t see a blog you write or like there, it’s coming.

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If you like Flipboard, here’s a magazine of my picks, updated weekly. And I’m @karenunland on Twitter.

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