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A walk in the Park, Volume 274

Posted By: Park Warden · 7/3/2014 4:20:00 AM
DAILY WARDEN TRACK: Last weekend I spent some time down in sunny southern Alberta (Medicine Hat) with some family and good friends.  While I was hangin’ with my brother, former Bear DJ Trapper John, we were streaming a radio station based in Amsterdam, and every 90 minutes or so we kept hearing a song that truly blew our minds.  It was so smooth & fun & “Summery” & catchy & enjoyable & addictive that I’ve been waking up with the tune streaming in my brain all week long!  When we checked the station website (Radio 538 Party) we found out it’s #1 in the Netherlands & Belgium right now, and is crushing Europe one nation at a time.  The French artist is known as WATERMÄT and world-renowned DJ / producer, Tiësto, is calling it the “Best Track Of Summer 2014.”  The song is so good it makes me feel like I’m on vacation back in Amsterdam when I hear it, check the delicious video here.  Now… Grab a cool drink, twist a Dutchie, imagine you’re on a beach, click “play,” and turn the volume up to 11 for BULLIT.”
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Buy Watermät’s “Bullit” here.
Topic Of The Day: WHAT’S THE MOST RIDICULOUS WARNING LABEL YOU’VE EVER SEEN?  The 17th annual “Wacky Warning Label” contest wrapped up recently, view some of the foolish disclaimers here, and give us your input on the official Park Warden facebook page, or text to 666 666.
WIN PASSES FOR “THE PURGE – ANARCHY”: Win four passes to the Bear’s advanced-screening of “The Purge – Anarchy,” just for being caller ten at 780.451.8666, check out the trailer, here.
WIN $25 FOR THE CANADIAN BREWHOUSE: At 1:15 this afternoon, play along with “ROCK 101,” and you could score a gift card for the Canadian Brewhouse.  If you answer my question correctly, you win, read today’s lesson here.
GOOGLE HEEDS BRITISH COURT RULING: Have you ever heard of the “Right to be Forgotten”?  It’s a real thing in Britain and it’s coming into play with a new law that Google seems to be keeping its eye on, take a closer look here.
FUN, FESTIVALS, ETC.: K-Days (July 17 – 26), Taste Of Edmonton (July 17 – 26).
WORLD CUP WIND DOWN: The “Last Eight” head into quarter-final action this weekend, beginning tomorrow with FRANCE vs. GERMANY at 10am, and BRAZIL vs. COLOMBIA at 2pm.  The eliminations continue Saturday with ARGENTINA vs. BELGIUM at 10am, and NETHERLANDS vs. COSTA RICA at 2pm, all matches Mountain time.  Stay posted with the tournament, its festivities, and the excitement through FIFA & CBC!
EDMONTON ESKIMOS: Won the 2014 regular-season-opener against the B.C. Lions in Vancouver last weekend.  Their home-opener is tomorrow with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in town.  The action from Commonwealth Stadium starts at 8:05pm Mountain time.
FC EDMONTON: Are soaking up the sunshine with the World Cup break, and are pumped to return to action on Sunday, July 13th with the Ottawa Fury FC visiting Edmonton.  Kickoff from Clarke Stadium is 4:05pm Mountain time.
EDMONTON PROSPECTS: Will be playing host this weekend featuring two games against the Weyburn Beavers Friday & Saturday, and a pair against the Lethbridge Bulls on Sunday & Monday, all start times are 7:05pm Mountain time, watch the games here.
Feedback?  Reach me anytime from anywhere, through TwitterFacebook & Linked In, and zip over to the official Park Warden website, featuring kick-ass music, artist interviews & more!

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