Chapter 1



Paisley

(found on page 11)
Paisley is a type of pattern found very often on fabrics. It looks like vegetation, and originated in Persia. It originally was a religious symbol in the Hindu religion, much like the yin-yang in ancient Chinese religion. It often takes the form of a teardrop. Paisley was a very popular design in the 1960's and 1970's. It was mainly printed on ties, bedsheets, as mentioned in the book, and drapes. The most famous use of paisley at this time was John Lennon's Rolls Royce painted with this design. In the late 80'/early 90's, this design was used popularly as a sign of gang affiliation, most notably with the Bloods and Crips. This connotation continues today. The origin of the name paisley comes from the Scottish town of Paisley, where soldiers went after returning from Persia with scarves of the same design.
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"Where Did Paisley Print Come From?." WiseGeek. Conjecture Corporation. 19 Nov 2006 <http://www.wisegeek.com/where-did-paisley-print-come-from.htm>.

"Paisley (design)." Wikipedia. 21 Nov 2006. Wikimedia. 21 Nov 2006 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paisley_%28design%29>.

Andrews, Meg. "Shawls of Paisley design." Victoriana. Victoriana Study Centre. 21 Nov 2006 <http://www.victoriana.com/library/paisley/shawl.html>.



CHED Chart

(found on page 12)
CHED was the most popular Top 40 AM station in Edmonton. It had a large market share in
North America in the 1960's and 1970's. After FM radio was widely used, in the 1980's, it
lost its popularity. Faced with this problem, the station then turned to news, talk, and
sports, with no musical content. Its current hosts are Bryan Hall, Bob Layton, Dave Rutherford,
and Leslie Primeau. The CHED chart, discontinued in the 1980's, listed the Top 40 songs of
each week. CHED is moderately successful in its new format, but it cannot compare to what it once was. You can listen to some older audiocasts here.
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"Memorabilia of CHED." Soundspark. 21 Nov 2006 <http://www.soundspark.com/NewSoundsparkMemorabillia.htm>.

"Main Page." CHED. 21 Nov 2006 <http://www.630ched.com/> .

"CHED AM." Wikipedia. 15 Nov 2006. Wikimedia. 21 Nov 2006 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CHED_(AM)>.




Roberto Clemente

(found on page 12)
Roberto Clemente was a hall-of-fame right fielder who played for the Pittsburgh Pirates. He won the National League MVP award in 1966. He played for 18 seasons in the Major League. Clemente was born on August 18, 1934, in Carolina, Puerto Rico. He was very charitable, and delivered aid to many Latin American countries. He died in a plane crash on December 31, 1972, on the way to Nicaragua to aid earthquake victims. He finished his career with precisely 3,000 hits. His career batting average was .317.
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"Roberto Clemente." Wikipedia. 18 Nov 2006. Wikimedia. 21 Nov 2006 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roberto_Clemente>.

"Roberto Clemente - Biography." Roberto Clemente 21. 22 Nov 2006 <http://www.robertoclemente21.com/>.

"Roberto Clemente - Bio." Baseball Hall of Fame. Hall Of Fame. 22 Nov 2006 <http://www.baseballhalloffame.org/hofers_and_honorees/hofer_bios/Clemente_Roberto.htm>.





World_Series

(found on page 12)
The championship of MLB. It is played post-season, and the current champions are the St. Louis Cardinals.
The World Series started in 1903, and has been played every year except for 1904 (business rivalry), and 1994 (baseball strike). The team with the most championships is the New York Yankees, with 26. The two teams that compete for the title are the American and National League pennant winners. This event is considered the culmination of the baseball season, and the champions gain much prestige and respect in the League. The World Series is widely broadcast on television, and there is a large attendance.

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"World Series." Wikipedia. Wikimedia. 22 Nov 2006 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Series>.

"World Series MLB." MLB. 22 Nov 2006 <http://mlb.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/mlb/ps/y2006/index.jsp>.

"World Series History." Baseball Almanac. 22 Nov 2006 <http://www.baseball-almanac.com/ws/wsmenu.shtml>.





Bruce Cockburn

(found on page 12)
Bruce Cockburn (pronounced co-burn) is a Canadian guitarist and singer/songwriter. One of his major hits was "Wondering Where the Lions Are". He was born in Ottawa, Ontario born May 27, 1945. His style ranges from folk to rock. He has released 29 albums. His early style demonstrates his devout Christian beliefs. He was relatively unknown in the U.S, until his 1979 album "Dancing in the Dragon's Jaws," which contained the song "Wondering Where the Lions Are"This hit song landed Cockburn on SNL. In the 1980's, his music started having politically charged lyrics. Corckburn still releases music, and his latest album, Life Short Call Now, his 29th, was released on July 18, 2006. He is an Officer of the Order of Canada.


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"Bruce Cockburn." Bruce Cockburn. 21 Nov 2006 <http://www.brucecockburn.com/bio.html>.

"Bruce Cockburn's Music." The Cockburn Project. 21 Nov 2006 <http://cockburnproject.net/>.




Northgate_Mall

(found on page 12)
Northgate is a shopping centre in North Edmonton. It contains over 100 shops and services. It was originally called Northwood Mall, so the author calling the mall Northgate is an anachronism. It is anchored by three stores: Safeway, Future Shop, and Zellers. Its popularity has waned in recent years, due to the construction of the West Edmonton Mall, once the largest mall in the world. It was built in the early 1960's, for Woodward's department store, with the growth of suburbs. It has recently given a revitalization, with the addition of many shops. it has also changed its format, now a power centre, which is outward-facing. It has been renamed the Northgate Centre, and the exterior has been redone in red brick.
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"Edmonton & Area Shopping Malls." Where Edmonton. 2006. 16 Nov 2006 <http://www.whereedmonton.com/Shopping/ShoppingMalls/>.

Herzog, Lawrence. "The Rebirth of Northgate." Edmonton Real Estate Weekly. 14 Nov 2002. 16 Nov 2006 http://www.rewedmonton.ca/content_view2?CONTENT_ID=253.

"Future Shop Edmonton." Future Shop. Future Shop. 22 Nov 2006 <http://www.futureshop.ca/FSStoreLocator/StoreHours.asp?prov=Alberta&city=Edmonton&logon=&langid=ENn&logon=&langid=EN>.