Matt & Steve are pickled think(ing) about their line of Caesars and pickled yummies.
EVIVE: Ice cubes look like space food, don’t taste like space food, and fill your food space.
As far as children’s books go they can be hit or miss. They can talk down to children, just generally not make sense, or make them think that they ate a whole bag of expired gummy vitamins. ‘Let’s Learn about Chemistry’ is not one of those books.
With my background in wilderness guiding, I’ve been asked a lot of questions about outdoorsy stuff. Where to camp, good trails, with rivers to paddle.
Tomorrow, (Oct. 15 2020) will be my birthday. I’m glad to be turning 45. There were many times when I wasn’t sure I would make it here, let alone be surrounded by love and a wonderful family. For the passed several years I’ve been doing a stand up comedy bit for the Edmonton Comedy Festival…
According to Edmonton Public School Board’s communication consultant Anna Batchelor, it will not be. That doesn’t mean concerned parents are out of luck.
My son was a part of a week long Virtual Summer Camp hosted by the Telus World of Science. It was called ‘Hello Earthlings’ and the premise was that the camper plays an alien visiting earth.
*Editor’s note: This is a pseudo sponsored post. You see, I enjoy Nude Vodka. Just the right amount of flavour. So, I thought I would contact them (they didn’t contact me) as they have their Pride Pack’s supporting the LGBTQ2S+ community this month. Yes, it is nearly the end of the month, but screw that….
This is not a fluffy collection of happy go lucky recommendations. I would not suggest some of these to those who are prone to the sads. These are things I enjoy, you may not.
Mr. Andrew Paul came back from visiting the land of the rising sun with a series of very good questions. He thought he’d ask me them. And more! This episode is powered by ATB and sponsored by the Alberta Podcast Network. Thank you to Andrew Paul and the Edmonton Community Foundation for the recording space and production help. Thanks to…