December 12, 2016
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#163 Edmonton Is Weird
Suburbs frozen in the 1950s. Progressives in the middle of oil country. Jesse explores the eccentricities of Edmonton, past and present.
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
Katie Jensen
Freelance Producer

Suburbs frozen in the 1950s. Progressives in the middle of oil country. A city coming to grips with a diversifying population and the clashes that ensue. Jesse explores the eccentricities of Edmonton, past and present, with panelists Sheila Pratt (Edmonton Journal), Chris Chang-Yen Phillips (CJSR 88.5 FM, Edmonton’s 4th historian laureate), and Tristin Hopper (National Post). Recorded live at Edmonton Lit Fest in the Metro Cinema on October 17th 2016.

Sheila Pratt’s Twitter: @SheilaMPratt

Chris Chang-Yen Phillips’s Twitter: @CJSR

Tristin Hopper’s Twitter: @TristinHopper

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