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Edmonton Photo Supply, next to the old Tilden Parkade Canadian Electronics on 109107 Ave. & 110 Ave., now K-Bro Linen Services (founded by Ray, Mike and Orest Kinasewich) Hurtig Books and Jasper & 105 St. (Yes, it once was Simpson Sears, Not Sears) Consumers Distributing. But didn't CHED have that same brainfart too at one point? And anybody remember when Bill Matheson got an award for being the BEST weather guy in North America? Like tie dyed skirts, and 'Jesus sandals' (I called them that as a kid) Leather sandals where one loop would be around your big toe. We frequented that store a lot and would take the bus from west Edmonton.

I had my first Monster Burger at the Motoraunt after my first night partying there, that was before the Motoraunt move to 50th st. I think that was in the Ellis building on 112 St, just across the alley from the Devonian building. I remember popping in there once - it was the same type of patrons one would find at the Gas Pump these days. Guess the buisness was too slow to pay staff /rent/stock and power etc The remaining stock will be moved to GREASE MONKEY at 12913 -127 st . The owner tried to stock all those hard to find Auto related clothing lines on Whyte ave but the support from the vintage car scene just wasn't there . It was a bit of a dive but I had fundancing there in the early 1990's. I was a DJ there for a few years..teamed with dino..you remember..if it was a "dive" : P Does anyone remember Sha, na, na's over there by the General hospital on Jasper? I remember one of the DJ's who spun the music there. I was the DJ at Sha-Na-Na for about 3 years from 1991 to 1994, I then went on to the Gas Pump south side and so on. I still DJ, now I'm at a retro bar here in Edmonton. Will aka DJ Te K I always thought it was a cool little spot. I remember one of the DJ's who spun the music there. I was the DJ at Sha-Na-Na for about 3 years from 1991 to 1994, I then went on to the Gas Pump south side and so on. I still DJ, now I'm at a retro bar here in Edmonton. Will aka DJ Te K The Park Hotel, greyhound stop too. It was originally on Jasper Avenue in the basement of where a restaurant is now 115th street in the late 70's but moved to the old warehouse on 104th Street (Which is now condo's) around 1979 and was the hottest dance club in the country for several years.I'll try to find some photos of the club, there are a number of images floating around of the punk scene back then. It was a bit of a dive but I had fundancing there in the early 1990's. I was a DJ there for a few years..teamed with dino..you remember..if it was a "dive" : PI always thought it was a cool little spot. I remember one of the DJ's who spun the music there. A bar with a couple of tables and a dance floor just big enough to squeeze onto. He also worked in the basement of the now demolished Kingsway hotel. A bar with a couple of tables and a dance floor just big enough to squeeze onto. He also worked in the basement of the now demolished Kingsway hotel. In the early 80's with "Flash" as it was known then being across the street from "The Roost" on weekends you would have hundreds of people lined up to get into both clubs to party and dance the night away.And what I loved about downtown was the Christmas windows in the department stores back in the 60,s and 70's, Sherbrook Bowling Lanes .5cent bottles of Orange Crush or RC Cola. Saturday mornings at Town Cinema for Godzilla matines. Bonaventure Hotel Bar at Lunch then back to school. Then heading over to the Bay Cafeteria to see how may sundaes you could eat. It was downtown and for some reason I think on the boardwalk near the Old Spaghetti Factory. It was a fairly large clothing store with hardwood floors (I think) and a lot of their merchandise was 'hippy' style.The iced toboggan run at Emily Murphy Park Dog and Suds at Kingsway and Princess Elisabeth. Like tie dyed skirts, and 'Jesus sandals' (I called them that as a kid) Leather sandals where one loop would be around your big toe. We frequented that store a lot and would take the bus from west Edmonton.Like tie dyed skirts, and 'Jesus sandals' (I called them that as a kid) Leather sandals where one loop would be around your big toe. We frequented that store a lot and would take the bus from west Edmonton.

Funny how it was no big deal to get on a transit bus without your parents with you.But they sold shoes, clothing, wicker furniture and hammocks and yes incense and heavily perfumed candles......Black Sheep had a store on the southside of Jasper around 106th street before moving into Edmonton Centre Phase 2 just before you walked across the new pedway into Eatons.For those who build models, The Little Depot was the best for anything one could imagine putting in the air,on the road or on rails. The fascinating operation of the rustic-themed, authentic prime rib house at 345 10th Ave. And 2 of my favourites, Buffalo Bills on Kingsway and Dog and Suds by CCA about where the Oilers office is now. There was one of the latter in Bonnie Doon Mall, iirc. Looking at wiki, it seems that Woolco might have been American-owned, but that there ended up being more stores in Canada, and they lasted here longer than in the US. Clubs - Sears 23 -Kaos -OZ -The Rev Cabaret (starlight) -Bronze Bars - Powerplant - still open but nothing like a good ol 'Inga's night out' -'the ship' - shame what University is about now -The basement - good ol underage drinking with frat boys everywhere Food - 'Rivercity Chophouse' - only there once, very very good. Crocodile Joe's (179 St & Stony Plain Rd - Eventually closed and became Santannas) Santanna's Zan-Za-Bar (was on 50th street and 130 ave) Gas Pump South Side (It's Diamond's Gentleman's club now) The Rock Pit (Bonniedoon mall) Rock City (Downtown) Rock Central Station / Truckers (Kingsway Inn) JRJ's American Bar (which later became Cowboys) Mustang Saloon Franklin's Forest Lounge (121st 111ave) And as of Jan 1, 2011, The Purple Onion is gone too. The Air Harbour was in the Terminal, food excellent, piano player awesome, view spectacular.Though thier specialty was trains, they would always take the time to find what you were looking for. The last model I bought from them has a price tag of .75 now listed on Ebay for . My impression was that Woolco at least had been originally Woolworth's, but got bought out by Canadians and so was Canadian owned. Ahhh Sha-Na-Na's I used to work there in the early 90s, I was the DJ for almost 3 years. There are more but I can't remember their names right now. Some of the bands Reverb Angles The Mods Trok 59 (Moe Burg) The Draggnetts SNFU Malibu Kens Backstreet Dammerung Psyche Office Bastille Well I just got the word through the pipeline that DELUXE on 8116 Gateway Blvd will be closed by the end of the month! Does anyone remember Sha, na, na's over there by the General hospital on Jasper? The cafeteria downstairs was so-so Tom Yes it has been mentioned previously by "me" Since I used to work there way back when.And there was rarely any problems in regards to violence perhaps just drunks couples fighting in which the police would show up quicky and solve the problems.