August 2006 Archive

Posted by ryanjackson on Aug 31, 2006 in Uncategorized |

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August 31, 2006

A child who can not be identified plays with his Lego
set. He was bitten along with another boy by Sam the police dog while it
was off duty on the weekend. The dog’s handler is Const. Glen Thursby
and the dog may be put down.   Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

August 27, 2006

Kara Kulak, 20, left, fixes her polissian head piece,
while Mikael Slevinsky, 18, pauses to clear his head before performing
with the Ukrainian Shumka dance group for the 15th anniversary of
Ukraine’s independence at the Ukrainian Youth Unity Complex Sunday
afternoon. Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

Tanya Yacyshyn, 26, left, and Katrina Sochatsky, 21, stretch
before performing with the Ukrainian Shumka dance group for the
15th anniversary of Ukraine’s independence at the Ukrainian
Youth Unity Complex Sunday afternoon. Edmonton Sun / Ryan
Jackson
The Ukrainian Shumka dance group performs for the 15th
anniversary of Ukraine’s independence at the Ukrainian Youth
Unity Complex  Sunday afternoon. Edmonton Sun / Ryan
Jackson

August 26, 2006

Terrance Simien and The Zydeco Experience performs at
Edmonton’s Labatt Blues Festival in Hawrelak Park Saturday night.
Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

August 25, 2006

Mark Hummel starts off his harmonica blowout featuring
Billy Boy Arnold and Lee Oskar at Edmonton’s Labatt Blues Festival in
Hawrelak Park Friday night.  Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

August 24, 2006

With harvest season in full swing, a farmer swaths a
crop near Vermilion, AB Thursday afternoon. Edmonton Sun /  Ryan
Jackson

August 18, 2006

Adrian Glass, 25, from Edmonton has his eye on The
Fringe with his play Genericles: An Epic Tale of Job Satisfaction at The
Fringe Festival Friday. Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

August 17, 2006

Daryl Black, far right, search manager with the
volunteer Edmonton Regional Search and Rescue goes through the search
grid with volunteers near Mill Creek Pool Thursday afternoon in search
of 20-year-old Robert Barrington Leigh who has been missing since
Sunday. Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

Rhandi Neal with the play The Three B’s: The Wailing in
the Wings poses for a photo with her magnifying glass at the Fringe
Festival parade Thursday night. Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

August 16. 2006

Alana Dahlen, 34, a fringe performer with the
performance Merle Minsky presents Madame Minsky’s Boudoir Beauties,
found her car to be stolen on the night of August 14th with her
performance costumes and other performer’s items as well. All she has
left is two sun shades which she had previously ordered and received the
day after the theft. She has been able to gather some new costumes to
wear from friends. Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

August 13, 2006

Caleb Butler of The Blind Boys of Alabama a performs on the main
stage stage at Folk Fest Sunday night in Gallagher Park.
Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson
Xavier Vachon from Montreal, left, and Kirsten Zuhling from
Edmonton dance in the sun to the music of Le Vent du Nord at the
Sounds of the World stage at Folk Fest Sunday in Gallagher Park.
Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson
Hawksley Workman performs at the New Songs / Old Songs stage at
Folk Fest Sunday in Gallagher Park. Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson
Clarence Fountain of The Blind Boys of Alabama perform on the
main stage stage at Folk Fest Sunday night in Gallagher Park.
Edmonton Sun /  Ryan Jackson

August 12, 2006

Calgary’s own Feist performs on the main stage at Folk
Fest in Gallagher Park Saturday night.
Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

Go to

Edmontonsun.com
to see more of my photos of Folk Fest.

August 11th, 2006

Music lovers watch The Neville Brothers perform on the
main stage at Folk Fest in Gallagher Park Friday night. Edmonton Sun /
Ryan Jackson

August 10th, 2006

Ten year Folk Fest veterans Louise Lecompte, far right,
and husband Karl Delaronde from Edmonton enjoy Linda Ronstadt perform at
Folk Fest in Gallagher Park Thursday night. Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

Jay Malinowski, lead singer of the Kingston, Ont.
reggae-influenced genre-mixing trio Bedouin Soundclash performs at Folk
Fest in Gallagher Park Thursday night. Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

August 9th, 2006

August 6, 2006

Cpl. Grant Trudel is in tears as he speaks to media
Sunday at the Jefferson Armouries in Edmonton. The 25-year-old has
hardly slept since his best friend, Master Cpl. Raymond Arndt, was
killed in Afghanistan Saturday. Trudel was among about 20 members of
Arndt’s reserve regiment, known as “the Eddies,” that met at the
Jefferson Armoury to speak to the media.

Get your hands off my balls!!!  Bill O’Donnell of
team USA makes a return in the World Handball Championship in Sherwood
Park Sunday.   Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

August 5, 2006

Mehtap Iyioz, 18, holds a veil in front of her face
while she does a Folk Lor dance representing the Turkish Society at the
Turkish pavilion at Heritage Festival in Hawrelak Park Saturday.

August 4, 2006

Three Canadian Task Force Afghanistan Soldiers walk
towards the Shell Aerocentre with a family who was being transported
from Trenton, Ont. to Edmonton early Saturday morning. Over 100 soldiers
returned to Edmonton from a six month duty in Afghanistan. The family,
who would not give their names, were non-duty dependant family members
of a soldier in Edmonton.   Edmonton Sun / Ryan Jackson

August 3, 2006

A book of signatures of people giving their condolence
to the family of Cpl. Christopher Jonathan Reid, killed while serving in
Afghanistan, is set out on a table at the Military Family Resource
Centre at at Edmonton Garrison Thursday.

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