I came across this great song by The Rural Alberta Advantage the other day. It’s called “The Dethbridge in Lethbridge.” Just listen:[audio:http://theraa.com/audio/the_RAA-dethbridge.mp3]
To listen to more of their music, head over to CBC Radio 3.
Today, Joanne and I had the opportunity to meet with city consultants Cory and Brian, who are involved with the process of bringing Lethbridge into the
20th 21st century. They’re part of the “Plan Your City” initiative, where Lethbridge might actually listen to its citizens, so as to shape our future up to the year 2050 (before beastmen enslave humanity).
Listen, Lethbridge matters to me, or else I wouldn’t have started this blog. If you’re a young person like me (I’m 28) who has ever referred to this city as “Deathbridge,” this should matter to you.
Welcome to Lethbian Love, a blog that covers the events, lifestyle and culture of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. And whatever else I find interesting.
I started this blog because, for all intents and purposes, I have lived in Lethbridge my entire life. While this place isn’t anything special, and sometimes it’s downright boring (gaining it the reputation of Deathbridge), I want to discover and share things from my hometown, to see if it’s truly lovable.
Well, it’s a term that applies to people native to or residing in Lethbridge.
And where the hell is this “Lethbridge?”
Good thing you asked:
So, fellow Lethbians, I invite you to join this community! If you have any ideas or things to share (good or bad), comment or email us.