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Sunday, April 27, 2008

Random Notes

Weekends really are for blogging!

  • A new tea shop is now open in Edmonton: Felicitea Tea Lounge (15047 Stony Plain Road) serves all kinds of tea, both hot and cold, including bubble tea.
  • The Globe thinks that Vancouver has replaced Toronto as the new culinary capital of Canada.
  • Teatro La Quindicina will be back on May 1st with their first show of the season, a double billing of What Gives? and the brand new Revenge of the South Sea Bubble.
  • Broadway Across Canada released their 2008-2009 season recently, which includes Spamalot, Hairspray, and Annie. After the sound debacle at The Producers last year, I am hesitant to risk being disappointed again.
  • House is finally back tomorrow in its new time slot!
  • World Malaria Day was on Friday, April 25. Take a look at a striking photo slide show on the Globe & Mail website of images captured by children and youth in Liberia and Rwanda. Image #13 is incredibly haunting.
  • After three days of blizzard-like conditions this week, I am happy that the weather is finally cooperating. Because of the snow, I was particularly amused by this sign:

Springtime in Edmonton

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1 Comments:

Blogger James Prentice said...

Vegetation dry, and brown
6 inch blanket of snow
This is Spring in Edmonton

May 8, 2008 at 10:09 AM  

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