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November 2010 Archives

Kelly Rice and conductor Yannick Nezet Seguin

DSC02688.JPGKelly Rice has been touring the new concert hall being built at Place des Arts
Sue spoke to him and super star conductor Yannick Nezet Seguin.

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Ross Murray on Pat Burns Arena at Stanstead College.

 If you have any information on this call Info Crime: 514-393-1133
 A number of items were stolen including 30 autographed NHL sweaters.
 The sweaters were supposed to be used to raise money for the Pat Burns Arena at Stanstead College.
 Ross Murray speaks for the college.

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Olivier Lapointe of the Montreal police

Police are asking for the public's help.
They are looking for articles that were stolen from the car belonging to Pat Burns' widow.
This happened a few hours after his funeral on Monday.
Olivier Lapointe is with the Montreal police. 
 Listen to his conversation with Sue.

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Sabrina Marandola on Pat Burns funeral

Former NHL coach Pat Burns was laid to rest today.
More than one-thousand people were at his funeral in downtown Montreal.
Homerun's Sabrina Marandola was there

Listen to her conversation with Sue.

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Dr. Hortensia Mircescu endocrinologist

Fans of the Montreal Alouettes are celebrating the team's second consecutive Grey Cup win. 
 But news of quarterback Anthony Calvillo's potential health problems have put a damper on the win.
 During a post-game press conference -- Calvillo said that he will have throat surgery in the coming weeks to remove a lesion.
 Dr. Hortensia Mircescu is an endocrinologist at the CHUM.
 She's part of a special team dedicated to treating thyroid cancer patients

Listen to her conversation with Sue.

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Hallway interview with Sugar Sammy

sammy.JPGTonight, CBC television airs the Just for Laughs Special: Ethnical Difficulties. It'll be hosted by local funnyman Sammy Khullar, otherwise known as Sugar Sammy. With a DVD out in the new year, Sugar Sammy is shaping out to be our next great export. He was in studio today and before he left Web journalist Marc Apollonio got to ask him a few questions.

Why "Sugar"?

These girls at McGill started calling me that because I was throwing these parties to make money to pay for school. Unfortunately I didn't qualify for grants. So I had these parties and let the girls in free, so they started calling me "Sugar".

You're making it big worldwide. Do you still think of yourself as a Montrealer?

I have Montreal tattooed on my heart. I'm just here for the next five days and I'm already sad at the thought of leaving.

You do stand up in four languages, English, French, Hindi and Punjabi. How much do these shows differ?

You have to tailor your material to them. I can't start talking about the Quebec referendum to people in India - they won't get it. I target the audience wherever I go. When I'm in the US I talk about the Canadian perception of Americans. In America I tell them I'm Canadian. Then I ask them, "what are your stereotypes of Canadians?" and they start shouting out...then I tell them what we think of them...

How do you get yourself mentally prepared leading up to a big show?

I'll go shopping, I'll have some tea, I'll walk around. I can't get drunk. People are paying forty or fifty bucks for a show. Some guy might have worked three or four hours to come see my show. You have to make it worthwhile. You have to make it worth it for him. I never take that for granted. It's not a necessity for anyone to see my show. I have to make it worthwhile.

 Listen to his conversation with Sue.

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Montreal-Regina Grey Cup Rivalry

The Saskatchewan Roughriders face the Montreal Alouettes
for the Grey Cup Final this Sunday in Edmonton
Listen to Sue's talk with Jill Smith.
She's sitting in as host of the CBC's afternoon show in Regina.
 
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Hallway Interview with Kim Bingham

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Kim Bingham's band Mudgirl is playing tonight at Casa del Popolo. She stopped by our studio this afternoon, and Web journalist Tanya Birkbeck talked to her in a Hallway Interview.

You've collaborated with David Usher, Nelly Furtado, Bran Van 3000, Jacksoul. Who would you like to work with?

Jack White [of the White Stripes]. He's one of the most exciting all-around performers. Jeff Lynne from the Electric Light Orchestra. In the hip hop world, Kanye West, Timbaland. I like Mark Ronson's new album too.

What's on your iPod right now?

Mark Ronson. I'm about to listen to the Kanye West album. It comes highly recommended. I listen to a lot of old stuff, like Mina. She's an Italian Diva, like the Italian Streisand. You have to listen to her song "Brava". She was a piece of work. I admire strong, over-the-top women performers.

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Grandma Shipley's Stuffing Recipe

american.jpgBill Shipley is originally from Chicago.

He's celebrating American Thanksgiving in Montreal today.

He's hosting a big pot luck dinner tonight along with his Canadian friends Benjamin Flight and Jordi Montblanch.

They'll be serving turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, green bean casserole, sweet potatoe casserole and, of course, pumpkin pie.

Listen to their conversation with Sue

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Here's the stuffing recipe e-mailed to him by his dad:

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Name the Saw-Whet Owl

owl 002.jpgHomerun producer Nathalie Walther spotted this owl near John Rennie High School in Pointe Claire this morning.

We didn't know what kind of owl it is.  Some of our listeners wrote to us on our Facebook page, speculating that it's a Saw-Whet owl.

So, we called up David Bird to get a confirmation. He's a Professor of Wildlife Biology at McGill University.

 

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We'd like to know, what do you think we should call the owl?

You can comment here on our Web site, on our Facebook page, tweet us on http://twitter.com/cbcHomerun, text us at 22222 or e-mail us homerun@cbc.ca.

We'll have a prize for the person who comes up with the best name.

 

CBC Canada Reads-Georges Laracque

Today we found out what books made the cut for this years CBC Canada Reads.
Five books are now in the running to be the essential Canadian novel of the past decade.
Today the five celebrity panelists were also revealed
And one of them is former Hab Georges Laraque

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Shopping and eating out with Anne-Marie Withenshaw

amw.jpgAnne-Marie Withenshaw is hosting a new series called "Our Canadiens" about the personal lives of the Montreal Canadiens. It will be broadcast on V and RDS in French (Nos Canadiens) and in English on TSN2. The series will also be available starting Saturday for Bell Mobility subscribers with smart phones.

 

Withenshaw is a well-known media personality and producer in both English and French in Quebec. Homerun Web journalist Tanya Birkbeck asked her a few questions.

 

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Barry Stein president of the Colorectal Cancer Association

 Health Minister Yves Bolduc is launching a new screening program for colon cancer.
 The program is designed to catch cancer early -- or even before it starts.
 Barry Stein is the president of the Colorectal Cancer Association of Canada.
 He's a survivor of colon cancer.
 Listen to his conversation with Sue.

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MP Maxime Bernier

Maxime Bernier is in Montreal today.
The Beauce MP has been touring the country, sharing his opinions on smaller government.
He gave a speech for The Montreal Economic Institute earlier this afternoon.
Listen to his conversation with Sue.

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Hallway Interview with Pascal Dufour

photo.jpgMusician Pascal Dufour of Les Respectables is out with a new solo album "Ici, Le Temps Nous Appartient". Web journalist Tanya Birkbeck talked to him in a Hallway Interview.

It's Justin Bieber fever today in Montreal as the teen pop star is playing tonight at the Bell Centre. What do you think of him?

I had never heard of him until this morning. I don't watch much TV. I'm not really that influenced by advertising. I listen to Radio Canada and they are not talking that much about Justin Bieber. I listened for about 10 seconds. It's not my style. 

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Stephanie Castagnier on The Apprentice

Montrealer Stephanie Castagnier has been voted off the Apprentice.
She and teammate Liza lost a TV-commercial challenge - and Donald Trump  sent Stephanie packing.

 Listen to her conversation with Sue.

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Dr. Tim Brewer on the look out for Cholera

Montreal's public health department is asking doctors to be on the look out for Cholera.
 More than 1,000 people have died in Haiti - and cases have been reported in Florida and the Dominican Republic.
 Dr. Tim Brewer is the Director of Global Health Programs for McGill Medical School.
 Listen to his talk with Sue.

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Hallway Interview with Empire Isis

EMPIRE ISIS.JPGEmpire Isis stopped by the Homerun studio today to talk about her forthcoming album and her new iPhone application.

She is half British, half Moroccan, and was raised by a Ugandan stepfather.

The self-described "gangstress" now splits her time between Montreal and New York.

Homerun's Web journalist Tanya Birkbeck sat down with her for a "Hallway Interview."

You were talking with Sue about your recent trip to Senegal. How did this change you?
I have a long love affair with Senegalese culture and spirituality. I get along really with the culture. I'm hyperactive, and they are really relaxed.

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Glee club - Bialik High School and Riverdale High School

There's a big glee club showdown happening in town this weekend.
It's organized by the Just For Kids Foundation.
It raises money to buy equipment for the Montreal Children's Hospital.
Nine Montreal-area schools have signed up for the competition.
Including a team from Bialik High School.
Samantha Leibgott, Alizee and Levana Znaty and Jake Schtern are on the Bialik glee team.
Listen to their conversation with Sue.

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Sue also spoke to the team from Riverdale High School.
Listen for: Brittany Romito, Sandra Fomuah, Gahnaifa Corlett, Kaysey Ayoola and Kevin Miller.

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Liane Balaban creates crankytown.ca, a Web site for girls

liane 002.jpgMontreal actress Liane Balaban is launching Crankytown.ca. It's an interactive website created to demystify menstruation for young women.

Listen to her conversation with Sue.


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Behind the Scenes with Bobby Hull

bobby-hull.jpgHockey Legend Bobby Hull has a new book out. It's called "The Golden Jet: A Spectacular Career in Stunning Photographs". It's a book of photographs, coauthored by sportswriter Bob Verdi.

He joined us on the show from Chicago. Web journalist Tanya Birkbeck asked him a few questions "behind the scenes".

Today on the show we have some high school glee clubs coming into studio. Do you like to sing?

I am not a great singer. Early in my career before I got hit in the throat, I could carry a tune. My dad could sing. But after I got whacked in the vocal cords, they don't vibrate the same. So I don't sing... except for a little ditty!

Listen to Bobby Hull's conversation with Sue.

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George Gallaway

George Galloway is in Montreal
He's the former British MP who was banned from Canada last year.
He's here to give a talk called "Free Palestine. Free Afghanistan. Free Speech."
Montreal is one of ten Canadian stops on his speaking tour - "
Listen to his conversation with Sue.
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Head & Hands Celebrates 40th Anniversary

headhands-250wide.jpg Head & Hands is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a Gala on Saturday night.

Sue Smith is hosting the event.

Homerun's Ann Lang spent the day learning about some of the services offered by the community organization.

Check out some of the photos she took today.







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Gene Simmons of KISS is in town

KISS 009.jpg Gene Simmons of KISS is in Montreal. He gave the keynote address at the M for Montreal Music Festival.
Arts reporter Ange-Aimee Woods was there.

 Listen to her conversation with Sue.

 

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Emilie Bortolussi-Courval of St. Lambert Elementary School

Today in St Lambert, more than a thousand students and teachers
got together to do the wave.
It was a symbolic gesture to stand up to bullying.
The idea came from Emilie Bortolussi-Courval - a grade 6 student at St. Lambert Elementary  School.
The principal of her school is Deborah Angelus.
Listen to their conversation with Sue

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Shari Okeke on bullying awareness week

This is bullying awareness week.
CBC staff have put out a video on You Tube.
It's called "it get's better".
CBC TV reporter Shari Okeke took part in the video.
Listen to the interview.

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Hallway Interview with Aloe Blacc

aloeblacc 002.jpgMusician Aloe Blacc is in town for a show, and he stopped by the Homerun studio.

Homerun Web journalist Tanya Birkbeck sat down with him for a "Hallway Interview."

Starting today, you can purchase songs by The Beatles on iTunes. What song will you download first?

"You Never Give Me Your Money." It's a really nice ballad that changes to almost like a show tune and then to a rock song. It's like two songs in one. Paul wanted to do lighter songs and John wanted to do serious issues. This is how they put it together.

Today the British Monarchy announced that Prince William is engaged to his long-time girlfriend Kate Middleton. Do you follow the British royals?

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Elias Makos on Facebook messaging service.

Facebook announced a new messaging service today.
Hear technology columnist Elias Makos' conversation with Sue.

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Laura Calder's "French Taste" named Canada's Best Cookbook

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Laura Calder's book "French Taste: Elegant Everyday Eating" has been named the top English-language cookbook at the 2010 Canadian Culinary Book Awards.

Homerun's Web journalist Tanya Birkbeck spoke to her about her favourite cookbooks, what she loves and hates about France, and how she went from being a loner on the playground to being an international author and broadcaster.

What is your favourite cookbook, other than your own?

The Laura Secord Canadian Cookbook, books by Elizabeth David and M.F.K. Fisher. I like old books. Actually, my real favourite cookbooks are the homemade ones you find in people's homes.

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Thomas Fragman's project follow-up

 Today, Students at Le Prélude high school in Mascouche finally
found out why they had to spend Remembrance Day wearing a badge with a number on it.
 We told you about this story yesterday,  the students were not allowed to call anyone by their names...only by their numbers.
 Their English teacher did not tell them what the project was about.
 Until today .
 Thomas Fragman is the teacher.
 Yan Bolduc and Shad Dubé are his students.
 Listen to their conversation with Sue.
 
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French designer Jean Paul Gaultier

French designer Jean Paul Gaultier is in town
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts just announced a new fashion exhibit featuring his work.
While in town he stopped by ERA Vintage Wear in Griffintown
Elaine Leveille is the owner of the store.
Listen to her conversation with Sue.

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New technology pops up in Montreal

2885106.PNGHave you ever heard of a QR code -- also known as a data matrix or 2D code? Maybe you've spotted one around Montreal?

It's a kind of barcode that gives you access to information in the blink of an electronic eye. You can scan them with your smartphone.

We'll have more on today's show. This QR Code will link you to our facebook page.

Sue spoke with Carmi Levy.He's a tech analyst and journalist.

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Thomas Fragman-Remembrance day project

Students at Le Prelude high school in Mascouche took part in a unique remembrance day project today. Thomas Fragman wanted to give his students a better understanding of what happened during the holocaust. Fragman replaced the student's names with numbers - which they had to keep visible at all times.
Listen to Sue's conversation with Thomas Fragman.

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Dr. Yves Robert

Quebec's College of Physicians are now reviewing over fifteen thousand mammogram results.
They were done by an unnamed radiologist who works in Laval and Montreal.
Dr. Yves Robert is the secretary for Quebec's College of Physicians.
Listen to his conversation with Sue.

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New play by David Fennario-"Bolsheviki"

A new play by David Fennario opens tonight.
"Bolsheviki" takes place on a Remembrance Day in the 70s.
David Fennario spoke with Sue earlier.

www.infinitheatre.com.

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Louise Nadeau on gambling Study

 A new study on gambling is out today.
 It shows 70 per cent of Quebecers have gambled in some way during the past year
 That includes anything from buying a lottery ticket to playing poker to using a video lottery terminal.
 Louise Nadeau is one of  the study's co-investigators.
 She's a professor of psychology at the University of Montreal.
 Listen to her conversation with Sue

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Heather Munroe Blum , principal of McGill

Maclean's Annual ranking of Canadian universities is out tomorrow.
For the sixth year in a row McGill University.
Is ranked number one in the medical doctoral category
Heather Munroe Blum is principal of McGill.
Listen to her conversation with Sue.

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Gordon Ramsay buys into Rotisserie Laurier BBQ

mtl-rotisserie-laurier.jpgHot-tempered British chef Gordon Ramsay is coming to Montreal.

Ramsay is a new partner in Rotisserie Laurier BBQ, a BBQ chicken joint that's been around since the 1930s.

"We cannot be more excited about it!" says co-owner Danielle Lord. "I think the whole town is excited!"

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Transport Minister Sam Hamad on Turcot interchange

 The new plan for the Turcot interchange was unveiled today.
 Listen to Sue's conversation with Quebec Transport Minister Sam Hamad.

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Quebecer wins big in Vegas

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Jonathan Duhamel is the winner of the 2010 World Series of Poker Main Event.

The 23-year-old from Boucherville collected $8,944,310 in prize money.

But he's not entirely sure what he'll do with all that money.

Web journalist Tanya Birkbeck spoke with him from Las Vegas.

What did you do last night?

Just took time with my friends and family.

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Hallway interview: Charles Foran's guilty pleasures

charlesforan 001.jpgCharles Foran is the author of Mordecai The Life and Times, a biography of Mordecai Richler. He spent a couple of hours with us in studio while he was in Montreal for his book tour. Web journalist Tanya Birkbeck spoke with him in a "hallway interview".

Today we are talking about Montreal Alouette's president Larry Smith stepping down. Do you follow football?

More NFL than CFL. I like the four downs, the smaller field, and the way American football is so clearly a reflection of the martial quality of the society.

What's your favourite sport?

Basketball. I used to be less bad than I am now. I actually played for years in pickup games in St-Henri.

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Sophie Stanke of CPAM 1610

Members of Montreal's Haitian community are on edge today.
Hurricane Tomas has hit Haiti.
Montreal's local Haitian radio station-- CPAM 1610 -- is where many people are tuning for info.
Sophie Stanké works at CPAM.
She is the co-host of the program "L'Apres-Midi Express."
It airs weekdays from 4 to 6pm.

 Listen to her conversation with Sue.

 

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The Angry French Canadian: Extreme sandwich, Quebec style

Four Quebecers have come up with their anwser to the Double Down. (See the post about our in-studio taste test of that extreme sandwich.) 

This one is called The Angry French Canadian.

"You know what that is? No, you don't, because I made it up," shouts creator Harley Morestein in a YouTube video that has gone viral with more than 100-thousand views.

Morestein and his friends Alex Perrault and Sterling Toth have started a YouTube Channel called Epic Meal Time.

Their first project was what they call "the worst pizza ever" topped with, among other things, three fast food hamburgers, an order or fries, and an order of onion rings.

 

 Harly Morenstein is one of the people who came up with the sandwich.
 He was supposed to be in studio but he's been caught up in traffic....
 Listen to his conversation with Sue

 

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Harly Morenstein, Alex Perrault and Sterling Toth created the Angry French Canadian sandwich.
Listen to the taste test with Sue and Jesse.
 
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Behind the Scenes with Natasha Sebastian

natasha 002.jpgNatasha Sebastian very well may be the "typical" Montreal high school student-- except that she's also a rising star in the music world.  

Natasha's dad is Sri Lankan, and her mom is Italian.

She went to elementary school in English, secondary school and college in French, and she also speaks Italian and Spanish.  

She's playing a concert at the Cabaret Juste Pour Rire to benefit the Addington House treatment facility for people with substance abuse problems.

Homerun's Tanya Birkbeck sat down with her outside the studio.

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World leaders and good hair with Stephan Moccio

moccio 003.jpgHe's one of the world's most successful contemporary composers. Stephan Moccio wrote the "I Believe" song for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics, and Celine Dion's hit "A New Day Has Come".

Moccio stopped by our studio, charmed all the ladies on both sides of the glass, and then swept off to the launch of his new album "Colors" at the Opus Hotel.

Our Web journalist Tanya Birkbeck spoke to him in a "hallway interview".

Today we are talking about the idea of naming a street or public place after Mordecai Richler. If you could have any street or public place named after you, what would you want it to be?

A conservatory.

What's your favourite conservatory?

It's in Toronto. Can I say that here?

 

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Arthur Slade at Beacon Hill Elementary

Sue Smith and Jeanette Kelly went to Beacon Hill Elementary Wednesday with children's writer, Arthur Slade.
His book, The Hunchback Assignments, is nomiated for the TD Bank Kids Book Prize.
 
Here's some of the conversation between students and Arthur Slade
 

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Mont Royal merchants look to public to chose name

The merchant's association on Mont-Royal Avenue is preparing for its month-long holiday celebration,

But they're searching for a name.

The name they were using "Joyeux Decembre" but that name came under fire last year.

Some newspaper columnists accused the association of being too politically correct in expunging the word "Christmas" from its event name.


So now, the association is trying something different: It's letting people vote online on what to call it's December celebration.
 

Hear spokesperson Michel Depatie's conversation with Steve Rukavina

 

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Honouring Stanley Baker

Stanley Baker died yesterday morning. He was 87.

Baker was one of those people typically described as "a character".

He was a member of almost every community group in Westmount -- from the lawn bowling club to the Rotary Club, and the Sherlock Holmes Society.
 

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Movies, music and Bordeaux wine according to The Dandy Warhols

nov022010 001.jpgThe Dandy Warhols' lead singer Courtney Taylor-Taylor and keyboardist Zia McCabe stopped by our studio before their show at Le National.

They're promoting their greatest hits album.

And they are aren't afraid to share their opinions on many topics.

Courtney Taylor-Taylor maintains a one-sentence movie review page on the band's Web site.

And Zia McCabe shares her picks for music, movies, books, food and cars.

While waiting outside of the Homerun studio, Courtney was reading "The Gun Seller" by Hugh Laurie.

"The worst thing about it is that it is going to end," he says. "It's the most fun I've had with my clothes on. I hope Hugh Laurie isn't sleeping in. I hope he's up working on another book or I'm going to be pissed off!"

Courtney says his favourite thing about Montreal is the great restaurants and the facility with which he can buy Bordeaux wines.  

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Dr. Brain Goldman: "Red Eyes" and bone dry cappuccino

nov022010 002.jpgMost of us know Dr. Brian Goldman's voice from his former role as house doctor on Homerun. He's also the host of "White Coat Black Art" on CBC Radio.

We finally got a chance to meet him in person when he stopped by our studio as part of his tour to promote his new book "The Night Shift: Real Life in the Heart of the ER".

Our Web journalist Tanya Birkbeck chatted with him in our hallway lounge about how to stay awake through 24-hour shifts, his Montreal favourites, and his take on U.S. politics.

 

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Report card season

It's November, which means report card season is here.
Montreal parents be getting one on their kitchen table soon. 
Angela Burgos is the Head of School for Centennial Academy.
She has some tips on how to talk to your kids about their grades.
Listen to her conversation with Sonali Karnick.

 

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Canada's national women's soccer team

Canada's national women's soccer team is in Cancun, Mexico hoping to qualify for the World Cup next year.
At the CONCACAF tournament, Canada already had 2 wins.
They beat Trinidad and Tobago one-nothing and walloped Guyana 8-0 yesterday.
Tomorrow, Canada plays Mexico.
Baie D'urfe's Rhian Wilkinson is a veteran of the national team.
Listen to her conversation with Sonali Karnick.

 

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Matt Costa's 12 hours in Montreal

mattcosta 002.jpgMatt Costa stopped by our studio, taking fully one-sixth of his entire time in Montreal.

The California-based recording artist is playing a show at Le National.

Homerun Web journalist Tanya Birkbeck spoke to him in the hallway outside of the studio.

Today on the show we are talking about Movember, a month-long fundraiser to raise money for prostate cancer research. Looks like you have a moustache...

That's maybe make up from last night. But I do have sideburns.

But what do you think about mustaches, in general?

They are a sorry excuse for a beard. No, no.. actually, I don't mind moustaches. My dad had one when I was growing up. I had one once, but I had to shave it off cuz I went to a showand I felt too much like my dad.

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