It’s the Janus time, when we look back and forward. There’s quite a lot of that in this week’s crop of posts as we straddle the old year and the new.
Randall Talbot took some lovely shots of our city on a “cold and gloriously sunny day.” Find more like the one above in his new year post. (Photo used with permission.)
So, looking back:
- Mack Male recaps the year and aggregates a whole lot of other recaps worth checking out.
- Jamie Post gathers up his cheeky Photoshop-enabled takes on Alberta politics.
- Laura Frey sums up the literary festivals and other bookish things she did last year.
- Jennifer Rollins looks back at what she has learned about leaving an abusive relationship.
- On Make Something Edmonton, Rohan Nuttall looks back at Through My Eyes, the film he and Akash Sherman shot about youth homelessness.
- Breanne Fisher notes three social media highlights that caught her eye.
- The Wanderer shares some Edmonton leaders’ resolutions for the city.
- Lindsay of The Edible Woman has some delicious plans for 2015.
- Jenna Marynowski sets up the Canoe Theatre Festival.
- Curtis Alexander has big hopes for #yegfilm, the community of local filmmakers.
- The future, it seems, is no brighter for the Oilers than the recent past, as Derek Zona and Wanye Gretz will attest.
- Dave Cournoyer looks back at the top 10 moments in Alberta politics and looks ahead to who will lead what’s left of the Wildrose Party.
- Nominations are open for the Yeggies — look back at 2014’s online creators and choose some to be honoured in 2015.
You can find lots of nomination-worthy blogs at ShareEdmonton.
I put my picks in a Flipboard magazine for your perusal. And I’m on Twitter @karenunland.