Bare trees are starting to dot the river valley landscape. The temperatures have come back reminding us who’s the boss. And local content creators continue to crush it. This week in the Edmonton Blog Watch we have scoops, great content from local business owners, and a light sprinkling of politics.
Just the kind of stuff you need to kick-off a relaxing holiday Monday.
Remember, if you know of any great things happening in the Edmonton blogo/podosphere, let me know about them using our handy submission form.
Here are some of my favourite posts from last week, in no particular order:
- Trent Wilkie got the scoop on some drama when Londonderry Mall officials took down the Capricious! art exhibit only hours after it was put up. He wrote a post interviewing the curator Miranda Saher, as well as an official statement from Londonderry Mall.
- Natalie Harper shared some insight into her experiences starting and running her own PR business.
- Dana DiTomaso, the CEO of Kick Point, wrote about the problems with presenteesim.
- Justin Archer from Archer Strategies wrote about his thoughts and experiences around being invited to live-tweet Cavalia (I also was invited and enjoyed an evening on the touring show’s dine).
- Todd Babiak continued his examination of what makes Edmonton the city that it is.
- Alex Abboud took a look at Justin Trudeau’s potential as leader of the federal Liberals, on the eve of the official announcement that Trudeau would seek the Liberal leadership.
Photo by DWardCA on Flickr. Used under Creative Commons License.