It’s Victoria Day, and maybe you’re not even looking at a screen — I support you in that, if that’s your choice. These worthy posts will be waiting for you when you return.
My friend Owen Brlerley celebrated a birthday this week, which is a good reason to draw attention to the interesting things he blogs about on the website for the Edmonton Digital Arts College, where he is executive director. Case in point: this post on the power of being uninspired. (Photo taken from myedac.ca)
What else did I find?
- Andy Grabia looks back at the 1983 exhibition game between the Edmonton Trappers and the California Angels.
- Christina Hardie fondly recalls The Pits of Mill Woods.
- Linda Hoang kicks off an A-to-Z series of restaurant reviews.
- Elizabeth Withey has a stain on her dress, and it’s rather calamitous.
- Stacey K recommends five local sources of interesting wedding favours.
- Stephanie Medford chats with Rylan Krause about the creative, collaborative Mercury Room.
- Janis Galloway talks entrepreneurship, style and more with Bianca Osbourne of The Vitality Kitchen.
- Dajana Fabjanovich had a lovely time in Mexico with her mom.
- Sally Neal savours some “Ferris Bueller moments” in her travels.
- Dave Cournoyer advises chillaxing over photos of young politicians whose youthful indiscretions are easily found on social media.
- Vintage Edmonton finds a doozy of a letter to the editor from 1963 about the scourge of married women who work.
- Natasha Chiam finds that writing is like driving at night in the fog, and so is life, for that matter.
- Kristen Finlay is gearing up for the next #yegbookclub with A Wake for the Dreamland.
- The menus are up for the first What the Truck?! food truck festival of the season.
- Benjamin Lavin had quite the experience with a goose that nested on his balcony.
- And Trent Wilkie shares the two video shorts that were part of the fun at this year’s Yeggies.
That’s really the tip of the tip of the iceberg of blog posts published this week, most of which you can find at ShareEdmonton.