April 19th, 2018

Local Bloggers

Medalta Potteries in Medicine Hat, Alberta

By Luke Fandrich on April 10th, 2018

Source: Editing Luke Medalta Potteries in Medicine Hat, Alberta Located in the historic clay district of Medicine Hat, Alberta you’ll find the Medalta Potteries National Historic Site. Complete with a museum, market, classroom, studio, gallery, and event space, Medalta is one of southeastern Alberta’s most culturally significant landmarks.  With an ample supply of clay and natural ... Read More »

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3000 Miles, 4 States, and a Dodge Challenger

By Luke Fandrich on April 9th, 2018

Source: Editing Luke 3000 Miles, 4 States, and a Dodge Challenger The last two weeks marked another incredible travel photography project as I covered over 3000 miles through Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and New Mexico. As the title of this post reveals, it was also made that extra bit sweeter as I covered those miles in ... Read More »

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Skating With Your Head Down

By Trevor Moore on April 8th, 2018

Source: Trevor Moore Skating With Your Head Down Much like everyone else, Humboldt has weighed heavy on my mind. It stings in my heart for so many reasons! I have been collecting my thoughts here today. It has been an emotionally reflective process which has evolved. Pretty sure everyone broke hockey’s most basic rule today…we ... Read More »

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On Not Seeing Yet Believing: today’s By the Way column in the Medicine Hat News

By on April 7th, 2018

Source: GENEralities On Not Seeing Yet Believing: today’s By the Way column in the Medicine Hat News Bright Week is what the Orthodox Church calls the week after Easter. This week is Bright Week for us. What a lovely name! According to our Easter timeline, last weekend the Risen Jesus beamed himself through a locked ... Read More »

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How I wish I could return, for so many reasons…

By Jonathan Koch on April 6th, 2018

Source: Forgotten Alberta How I wish I could return, for so many reasons… It was 10 a.m. and almost 30 degrees when I stopped at Alderson on July 28, 2014. Two weeks later, fire would rip through this tinder dry townsite, once home to 125 hardy souls, leaving behind a smoking moonscape, and a scattering ... Read More »

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The bad boys of the right are making us pay for our own destruction with our democracy.

By admin on April 6th, 2018

Source: Sniff Test The bad boys of the right are making us pay for our own destruction with our democracy.   The necessity of free press and the power of the press are both amply demonstrated by the disaster that is Fox ‘News’, an entertainment outfit hosted by a nest of attractive racists promoting a ... Read More »

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Spirit of the Canadian Badlands Campaign

By Luke Fandrich on April 6th, 2018

Source: Editing Luke Spirit of the Canadian Badlands Campaign As someone who has spent a lot of time capturing, documenting, and sharing iconic visuals all over Alberta, the Canadian Badlands have been a particularly special place to explore for as long as I can remember. Having grown up here, it was a privilege to be part of a travel campaign ... Read More »

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For the Carrion by Olivia Rozema

By Medalta on April 5th, 2018

Source: Medalta For the Carrion by Olivia Rozema The post For the Carrion by Olivia Rozema appeared first on Medalta... Read More »

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Along the Way by Tyler Loeffler

By Medalta on April 5th, 2018

Source: Medalta Along the Way by Tyler Loeffler The post Along the Way by Tyler Loeffler appeared first on Medalta... Read More »

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Parts Unknown by Kristin Ayla Murray

By Medalta on April 5th, 2018

Source: Medalta Parts Unknown by Kristin Ayla Murray The post Parts Unknown by Kristin Ayla Murray appeared first on Medalta... Read More »

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