Hey Edmonton, what are you making? | S04E13

That is the question that the “Mayor’s Taskforce on Image and Reputation,” as it was called eons ago, is asking. The group has evolved into the Make Something Edmonton Taskforce led by Amy Shostak, Chris LaBossiere and Todd Babiak — and supported by a pile of engaged citizens. They’re launching their initiative tonight at the Avenue Theatre, and people are really eager to know exactly what this is all about. Scott and I are eager too, so we sat down with Todd and Amy last week to find out what the deal is

This episode also includes a follow-up conversation with Lesley Vaage — one of Lindsey MacNeill’s supporters on the Gillian’s Just Right Cinecoup Coup. I chatted with Lesley to find out how things are going in the Cinecoup competition so far.

And Scott supplies you all with a dramatic — VERY dramatic reading!

Apologies for the sound quality on this episode. Scott sounds faint, and that was my error. Next time he’ll be back, with voice modulation and explosions in the background… WHICH HE WILL DROWN OUT WITH HIS BOOMING VOICE.

Let us know what you think in the comments!

Image by Wade Kelly on Flickr. Used under Creative Commons License.

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3 Responses to “Hey Edmonton, what are you making? | S04E13”

  1. SH
    March 23, 2013 at 11:51 am #

    It’s Vaage! Not Vagge! Poor Lesley! No one ever gets her last name right!!!

    • Adam Rozenhart
      March 24, 2013 at 1:01 pm #

      Thanks for the correction! We changed it in the post

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  1. Make ideas percolate in Edmonton | My Edmonton Scribbles - March 24, 2013

    [...] The Edmonton Journal re-broadcast of the launch party. The Local Good’s interview with Amy Shostak. Chris LaBossiere’s blog post about Make Something Edmonton. Todd Babiak’s interview with The Globe and Mail. Mack Male’s recap of the launch party. Graham Hicks and Mack Male’s Mack & Cheese podcast. Jen Banks’ post about her Make Something Edmonton project. Karen Unland writes from the perspective of the Edmonton Journal’s Capital Ideas project. Linda Hoang’s Edmonton Sun column. The Unknown Studio’s podcast, Hey Edmonton, what are you making? [...]