Oilers, earrings and lights | Edmonton Blog Watch
The big story last week seemed to be the anticipation for the launch of an actual [albeit shortened] NHL season. But that wasn’t all! Last week say some really interesting and riveting content published by Edmontonians. You guys all make it pretty difficult to compile my favourites. But I’ve done my level best, just like you.
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- With the NHL lockout behind us, Jonathan Willis at OilersNation questions whether or not owners and players should apologize to fans
- Also in hockey news, Jason Strudwick from OilersNation looks into how the Oilers might do this season
- Brittany Kustra shared a very person experience with sexual assault. An eye-opening read
- Mack Male said last week that the city should carry the costs of lighting up bridges (and other civic infrastructure)
- Jay Palter wrote about whether or not he should let his 10-year-old son get an earring. Reminds me of when I foisted such style choices upon my parents (except I did it without consultation)
- One of my favourite restaurants in Vancouver is the Japanese pub Guu. Sharon Yeo reviewed Izakaya Tomo, as far as I know Edmonton’s first Japanese pub.
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