Adventures in Quinoa Pizza

During the month of February, my plan was to try a few different new things for the City of Learners initiative. One of those things was cooking up quinoa pizza with some friends. 394 more words


Mill Woods library to reopen Monday after safety concerns force closure

EDMONTON – The Edmonton Public Library (EPL) will reopen its Mill Woods branch Monday, March 7 at 10 a.m. after it was temporarily closed as a precaution over what it called “issues with lighting fixtures.” 217 more words


Edmonton Mill Woods library closed after light fixtures fall from nine-metre ceiling

The new Mill Woods library and seniors centre has been closed indefinitely after three light fixtures fell from a nine-metre high ceiling.

The architecturally celebrated building opened in June 2015, boasting a ceiling with angled roof panels that soar up in two opposing corners. 114 more words

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Edmonton downtown library aims to smash out of that concrete box

The downtown library will get far more than a facelift.

Officials released new interior renderings for the $62.5-million project Thursday that show a building stripped of its heavy concrete facade, filled with light, and with major upgrades to the spaces used by patrons. 625 more words

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Bumble Dating App - tips on how to use it

Bumble? That echoing question was mostly the response I got when I first started to learn and test out one of the newest dating apps, Bumble. 1,130 more words


Who has the time?

Sometimes learning is less about being difficult than it is about finding the time. That’s my motto for this month and for the #3skillsyeg challenge through Edmonton Public Library. 261 more words


Shameless plug for me and the Edmonton Public Library Writer in Residence

My old pal, former J-school mate and accomplished novelist, Wayne Arthurson, is Writer In Residence (WIR) at the Edmonton Public Library.

And on Sunday, February 21 at 2PM he’s having me in for a workshop at the Stanely A. 394 more words