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Water Main Break

Water Main Break

As many are well aware, the water main break on our street has left many buildings without water and heat.  Some heating systems rely on domestic water so if their building loses water/pressure, they also lose heat.  People in such buildings are asked to turn their toilets off and avoid opening taps (hot or cold)  for any reason.  They need to conserve water and pressure in those systems. Epcor has advised that the break will not be fixed tonight.  They Read More

Neon Sign Museum Flickers into Light

Neon Sign Museum Flickers into Light

Edmonton’s neon past goes on show this month Edmonton’s heritage will soon be written in light. Installation on an outdoor museum showcasing various historic, restored neon signs will begin over the weekend of February 8, 2014 (weather permitting). The official launch of the museum takes place on February 21, 2014 at 7 p.m. at the Telus building on 104 Street and 104 Avenue. The City of Edmonton has collected 12 signs, eight of which are Read More

Crazy like a Fox: Developer makes his mark in downtown Edmonton

Crazy like a Fox: Developer makes his mark in downtown Edmonton

BY PAULA SIMONS, EDMONTON JOURNAL JANUARY 13, 2014 EDMONTON - “I just love it here,” says Reza Mostashari, president of Langham Developments. “I really have an affection for Edmonton. If you do something here, it will have a noticeable impact. It can make noticeable difference to the life of the city. In New York and Los Angeles, you can do a nice project there, but you can’t have an influence on Read More

Welcome Workhall Boutique!

Welcome Workhall Boutique!

Welcome to the WORKHALL Boutique, located in the historic Great West Saddlery Building (#102, 10137 – 104 Street) as of November 2013. The WORKHALL is an open-studio concept boutique. It was founded with the mission of introducing and promoting Edmonton-based labels. It represents labels with a national and international perspective; designers who possess a distinctive sense of beauty, and emphasize artistry over commercialism. The WORKHALL was designed to inspire forward thinking. With Read More

City Market on 104th Recognized by National Geographic Blogger as “Best Farmers’ Market of 2013!

City Market on 104th Recognized by National Geographic Blogger as “Best Farmers’ Market of 2013!

Our very own City Market on 104th, was recently recognized by National Geographic blogger Andrew Evans, as the BEST Farmers' Market in 2013!  Andrew has travelled the globe and visited our lovely street this past summer...  We have to agree with Andrew on this one...  Congratulations to the City Market and all those that have worked so hard to make it as successful as it is today!  Read Andrew's Post Read More

Customer Appreciation Event

Customer Appreciation Event

Save the date! Fifteen businesses on 104th-St. are coming together on Thursday, Dec 19 to say a collective “THANK YOU!” for your support throughout the year. Please come visit us and enjoy the many special offers and activities provided by the following merchants and restaurants for your holiday festive season pleasure. We wish to say a collective Thank you to the residents and visitors to our street for your year round Read More

Beer and Food Pairings! What’s next, eh?

Beer and Food Pairings!  What’s next, eh?

Over the last two years, I have noticed that way more people are taking their beer way more “seriously”.  No, I’m not talking about nuclear physics serious, I’m talking about serious in that they care and are passionate, just like their fellow wine and whiskey aficionados.

Wine people love to match wine and food, as so does the beer loving crowds that come visit us for new and exciting

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104th Street is one of the top 14 Great Places in Canada

104th Street is one of the top 14 Great Places in Canada

Original Article by OTIENA ELLWAND, EDMONTON JOURNAL Posted: OCTOBER 22, 2013 Edmonton’s 104th Street Promenade has been selected as one of the 14 finalists in this year’s Great Places in Canada contest. The promenade, also known as the Warehouse District, was once the location of the city’s fur industry. Now, the historic brick buildings are home to retail shops and restaurants and are the backdrop for the downtown farmers market. More than 100,000 votes Read More

4th Street Restaurants Receive Recognition from the Golden Fork Awards!

4th Street Restaurants Receive Recognition from the Golden Fork Awards!

Maybe you were far away in T ibet– searching for yourself. Or perhaps you were on a covert mission and not able to keep up with the 104th Street culinary scene. Whatever your reasons you may not be aware of all of the awards and honourable mentions 104th Street and area businesses were given in Vue Weekly’s 2013 Golden Fork Awards. Here’s a nice (but not-so-short) list of our area’s accomplishments: Blue Plate Diner Best Hamburgers (2nd Runner Up) Best Mid Price Dining Read More

Alberta Culture Days Kickoff Block Party Returns

Alberta Culture Days Kickoff Block Party Returns

Alberta Culture will once again partner with the 104th Street Steering Committee to kickoff Alberta Culture Days 2013! The block party will take place Friday, September 27th from 4:30p.m. to 10:00p.m. The street will come alive with live music, a street market, children’s activities and more! Featured performers include The Dudes, Scenic Route to Alaska, Mitchmatic, The Soulicitors and DJ Sweetz. In addition to this block party, there are hundreds of events Read More

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