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Archive for September 2014

Heads Up—15 years later

September 26, 2014

By Calissa Reid The year was 1999. Every kid was playing Pokémon, frosted tips were the hot hairstyle for men and crop tops dominated in women’s fashion. (Apparently crop tops are back in style…that’s one trend I won’t be partaking in.) But I’m not here to talk trends with you —as much as I’d love […]

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Safety and the movies… The Lego Movie

September 19, 2014

by Heather Stock Recently, I was part of a large crowd of Edmontonians who gathered in Churchill Square to watch The Lego Movie on a three-storey inflatable screen. The Lego Movie tells the tale of a piece of Lego named Emmet and his quest to save the world from being destroyed. I left the movie […]

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Ah, sleep. Perchance to dream (of a good workday)

September 12, 2014

By Melissa Babcock As of last Tuesday, my daughter is officially a first grader. Getting her ready for her first day of school brought back many memories for me: shopping for shiny new supplies and new clothes, getting a snazzy back-to-school haircut and the less-fun task of getting back on a proper sleep schedule. Summertime, […]

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Look both ways: a move in the right direction

September 5, 2014

Three tips to being safe on the road as a pedestrian By Angela Unsworth Living in the city and working in the core doesn’t usually give us the opportunity to drive to work. Parking is expensive downtown and sometimes navigating the rush hour traffic takes twice as long as it would to take a bus […]

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