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High Level Bridge Streetcar plans to get back on the rails this summer
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High Level Bridge Streetcar plans to get back on the rails this summer

After a year-long hiatus, passengers will be able to ride the historic High Level Bridge Streetcar across the river valley this summer — as long as enough Albertans are vaccinated.

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The podcast art for That's Food.
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Podcast pick: That's Food

That's Food is CSJR Radio's foodie podcast that tells "the backstory to food in Edmonton, one meal at a time." Last month, Season 2 hit the airwaves.

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Weekend agenda: June 10-13, 2021
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Weekend agenda: June 10-13, 2021

Coming up this weekend, ehe Whyte Avenue Art Walk starts up on June 11, and Al Fresco on 4th is back for the 2021 summer season.

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Organizers cautiously anticipate a summer return to live performances
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Organizers cautiously anticipate a summer return to live performances

As vaccination rates tick ever closer to the requirements needed for Stage 3 of the provincial government's "open for summer" plan, concert organizers are leading the charge to get people back in seats. Foldable ones, at least.

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The Buffalo and the Buffalo Fur Trader.
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Speaking Municipally: Episode 132

In Episode 132 of Speaking Municipally, hosts Troy Pavlek and Mack Male investigate what happened to the public art for the $155 million Walterdale Bridge.

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Coming up this week: June 7-11, 2021
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Coming up this week: June 7-11, 2021

Coming up this week, check out webinars by Edmonton Global and the ADR Institute of Alberta, plus Nextfest!

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Nextfest highlights hundreds of artists set to emerge from the pandemic era
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Nextfest highlights hundreds of artists set to emerge from the pandemic era

Each year Nextfest churns out works by hundreds of young artists in its programming, the proof being the city's vast array of professional artists who confess they got their start (and, often, their first paycheque for creative work) at the annual fest since its inception in 1996.

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The Groat Road Bridge.
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City, arts council reviewing lack of clarity around Percent for Art program

A municipal policy to fund and install public art alongside select infrastructure projects doesn't provide clear guidelines to the officials who determine which projects make the cut.

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Reopening plans brings hope for tourism, downtown
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Reopening plans brings hope for tourism, downtown

Alberta's plan to lift COVID-19 restrictions on businesses by late June or early July is seen as key to reviving Edmonton's struggling tourism sector and bringing workers back to areas like the city's hard-hit downtown.

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