October 19 2012 02:09PM
In two weeks "the hottest DJ in the world" will be making his way to the Pint off Whyte for his debut. This will be the culimation of weeks of excitement in Edmonton as the cool kids wait breathlessly of one of his legendary sets to see them through the dark days of the 2012 lockout. Okay, that quote is from Wanye and the only kids Struds knows these days are his own, but this is still going to be a heck of a party.
October 19 2012 12:35PM
The Oklahoma City Barons take to the ice tonight in their home opener against San Antonio. After a week of hearing about a lack of offense, impact kids Jordan Eberle and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins get another chance to impact the AHL. My guess? It's going to be real and its going to be spectacular.
October 19 2012 08:52AM
When city council voted 13-0 to cease negoations with the Katz Group, some wondered if this signaled an abrupt end to the dream of a new downtown arena in Edmonton. It didn't, it just means both parties will spend some time apart with the hope to reconcile their differences in the future.
Will it work? I think it might, but why did the city choose this direction. I spoke with Edmonton city councillor Kim Krushell about the city's frustration and how, or if, they plan to move forward.
October 18 2012 10:56PM
The timing couldn’t be much worse, seeing as Gary Bettman already has a big shit sandwich on his plate with the NHL lockout, but I'm wondering, as others are, if he might take time away from his CBA duties to play a hand in stalled talks between the Edmonton Oilers and city council over a new downtown arena.
October 18 2012 08:18PM
When it comes to negotiation, there are several styles that can and will work. It all depends on what your side wants and the other side desires. Then, you have to use the things available to you--time, money, bullets, assclowns--to force the issue. At some point, the other side gives in, sells the plant or moves everything to China.