Homerun Web Journalist Tanya Birkbeck sat down with Bad News Brown to find out more about the good and bad things in his life.
So if you are bad news, who's good news?
I'm good news too. Cuz bad is good. You know, like those are some bad boots...
So what's bad in your life these days?
Nothing's really bad...
No, no. I mean what's bad, as in what's good?Read more »
The classic musical is bigger than ever - it's been covered in "Glee", the Blu-Ray just came out ...and the Montreal edition of the show opens tonight at the Rialto Theatre..
Director Phil Le Maitre hung around with the Homerun team for three hours! Here's one of his on-air chats with Sue.
Borough officials unveiled a new parking plan for 2011.
They will be installing 600 new parking metres. From now on, ALL metres in the borough will be $3 an hour - the same as downtown. And a new pilot project will start: All residential vignettes will be eliminated.
We spoke to a resident and merchant about this. Here's Sue's conversation with Chris Karidogiannis.
Homerun Web journalist Tanya Birkbeck talked to the Montreal Rocky Horror Picture Show director outside of the studio.
What do you do when you are not directing the RHPS?
Work at the Northface boutique, and in the summer, coach at a mountain bike camp for kids in the Eastern Townships called Dirtcamp, and work as a voice actor.
Favourite role as a voice actor?
Reggie on Pig City
Where did you grow up?
BeaconsfieldRead more »
Calls for a public inquiry into corruption in Quebec's construction industry continue, following fresh allegations the industry is controlled by the mafia.
Emmanuel Marchand is a Producer for Radio-Canada's "Enquete".
He joined Sue in studio.
The people who run the Montreal transit system are celebrating today.
The STM has been named one of the BEST transit system in North America by the American Public Transportation Association.
Michel Labrecque is the chair of the board of directors of the STM.
Here's his conversation with Sue.
Homerun Web journalist Tanya Birkbeck sat down with singer/songwriter Sarah Harmer outside of the studio to ask her some deep and thought-provoking questions:
You spend a lot of time playing in bars. What is your favourite drink?
Hunter S. Thompson: tequila and grapefruit juice. I'm not sure if my friend just invented it or if it's legitimate. (Editors note: No sign of it in a cursory google search. Any bartending experts care to weigh in?)
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Paul has passed away.
And on Homerun. We played "Octopus I Love You" in his memory.
He became a worldwide household name during the World Cup this spring for his flawless record in predicting games.Read more »
Tom Jonas' house in at 1750 du Portage, Sainte-Dorothée Laval, is one of the scariest houses in Canada.
Stop by to trick or treat on October 31st between 4 pm and 10pm.
Tom will be collecting donations for the Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation for the MUHC.
Listen to his interview with Sue
Imagine no TV. No internet. No Facebook or Twitter. No cell phones.
Some Secondary Five students at Ecole Paul Arseneau in L'Assomption "unplugged" for three days.
Danny Parker is 18 years old, and Justine Milon-Labbé is 16.
Listen to their conversation with Sue.
Celine Dion has given birth to her twins.
They were born at 11:11 and 11:12 on Saturday, October 23 at St. Mary's Medical Centre in West Palm Beach, Florida.
The boys weighed 5 pounds 10 ounces and 5 pounds 4 ounces.
Homerun's Sabrina Marandola spoke to Julie Snyder.
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The Smitheman family in Pointe Claire is famous for their Halloween decorations. They just put up the final decorations this year.
The family has been decorating their house 15 years. And for the past six years, they've been raising money for the Starlight Foundation.
People are invited to visit and donate to the cause. The house is located at 116 Maywood in Pointe Claire. Check out the album on our Facebook page.
People who read Rue Frontenac online will soon be able to buy a hard copy of the newspaper.
Tests for their first-ever print edition are underway.
Rue Frontenac, of course, was started in January 2009 by locked out employees from Le Journal de Montreal
Jean-François Codère is a reporter for Rue Frontenac.
Listen to his conversation with Sue.
Singer and dancer Clara Fleury was in our studio today. She grew up in Paris and now lives in Montreal. Here are a few of her favourite things to see and do:
Favourite burger joint: La Paryse
Favourite venue: Sala Rossa
Favourite brunch: Cagibi
Favourite once seedy, now cool bar: Playhouse Cabaret
Favourite street corner: Parc Street between Van Horne and Laurier
Favourite Paris Metro: Barbès-Rochechouart in the 18e arrondissement, because there are so many languages, it feels like it could be somewhere else in the world.
Get your entries in now to our Homerun Halloween Contest!
Send us pictures of Halloween decorations at your place.
You can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can post the pictures to our Facebook page.
We'll be picking three winners.Read more »
Today we are talking about Colonel Russell Williams
The media has covered the case all week..
Esther Enkin is the CBC's executive editor of news operations.
Listen to her conversation with Sue.
It's the new anti-health food, meat lovers delight, over-the-top calorie count "sandwich" from KFC.
The Double Down, a fast food phenomen in the United States, is available in Canada starting today.
The filling is two pieces of bacon, two melted slices of cheese and "Colonel's Sauce".
And the "bun" is two pieces of deep fried chicken.Read more »