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March 2011 Archives

Poetry Prize

    Two Montrealers have created the biggest poetry prize for a single poem in the world.
Len Epp is an aspiring novelist and a former investment banker. 
Asa Boxer is a Montreal poet.

 

 

You can find more information here: http://montrealprize.com/

Gwenyth Paltrow

A Montreal Man helped Gwenyth Paltrow discover her roots
Paltrow is featured on Friday's episode of "Who Do You Think You Are?."
It's an NBC show that helps Hollywood celebrities trace their family history.
On the show discovers her roots thanks to an online data base created by Stanley Diamond.
 
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Election 2011

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In the last federal election, less than 38 per cent of voters aged 18 - 35 voted.
Today we spoke to two young voters, Tamy Emma Pepin and Sylvain Raymond.

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Finding Your Roots...

Stanley Diamond is the founder of the Jewish Records Indexing Poland. He was on Homerun earlier today...

Homerun Playlist, March 30th

3:20 "Living in the Jungle" by Black Joe Lewis and the Honey Bears off the album Scandalous

3:40 "Montuno For Anita" by the Small World Project off the album Less is More

4:40 "Tarantella" by the Small World Project off the album Less is More

4:45 "Samba de Oroby" by the Small World Project off the album Less is More

5:40 "The Ballad of Jimmy Tanks" by Black Joe Lewis and the Honey Bears off the album Scandalous

Bell Center

Today we're talking about the new development proposed for the area around the Bell Centre.
Its a 400 million dollar project that will include 4 high-rises.
Developer Cadillac Fairview made the announcement this morning at the Board of trade of Metropolitan Montreal
 
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Japan

Japan is on "maximum alert" because of the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear complex.
The plant is leaking trace amounts of the highly radioactive material plutonium.
David Mosey is a nuclear consultant and the author of "Reactor Accidents," which looked into the Chernobyl and Three Mile Island nuclear accidents.
We spoke with him this afternoon:

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Spring Cleaning

We tackled spring cleaning on Homerun today.
Professional organizer Susan Portnoy joined us in studio.
She runs the business "Organized Sucess."
And she had some spring cleaning tips:
 
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Homerun Playlist for Tuesday, March 29th

3:20 "I'll have a smoke meat sandwich on white bread" by Bowser and Blue from Schwartz's the Musical

3:45 "I Can See Clearly" by Johnny Nash

4:45 Burning Down the House" by the Talking Heads 

5:45 'walking on Broken Glass' by Annie Lennox

Help with Gas Prices

Gas is almost $1.37 at the pump in Montreal today.

We want to help you sort through gas prices in Montreal- so we created this list of helpful websites.


English: http://www.montrealgasprices.com/

 

French: http://www.essencemontreal.com

There's even an I-Phone App.

http://www.essencemontreal.com/apps.php?l=e

 

And Twitter: @essencemontreal

http://twitter.com/EssenceMontreal

 

HIP HOP SUMMIT

Today is the start of a week long celebration of 25 years of Canadian hip hop.
CBC Radio One, Radio 2 and Radio 3 will air a series of interviews, music and concerts with some of the biggest names on the scene:Choclair---k--os and Kardinal Official.
Here in Montreal the hip hop scene has a distinct flavor. 
Many Montrealers speak two three or even four languages.
So it's only natural that Hip Hop Emcee's also rap in several languages.
Nantali Indongo is with Nomadic Massive.
It's a Montreal Hip Hip group that raps in English, French, Spanish, Haitian Creole, Portuguese, Caribbean Patois and Arabic.
She met up with the rappers who make up Montreal's unique scene.
 
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FEDERAL ELECTION 2011

The federal election campaign is officially underway.
Social media is expected to play a big role...especially when it comes to getting young people to vote.
Ilona Dougherty is the executive director of Apathy is Boring.
She will be dropping by every Monday to talk about the election and social media.

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http://www.apathyisboring.com/

Via Rail

Via Rail passengers traveling from Montreal to Ottawa or Toronto by train can expect to take the bus instead.
That's because a freight train derailed on Sunday and badly damaged tracks.
Malcolm Andrews speak for Via Rail.

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It's a Social Media Election

      It's day three of the campaign - and already this is shaping up to be a social media election. There are an estimated 17 million Canadians on Facebook and less than 5 million on Twitter. Greg Isenberg is Chief marketing officer for Stress Limit. soc.jpg

 

He helps companies and individuals build their online strategies.

 

 

Here are Greg Isenberg's favorite political blogs:

 

Favourite blog: http://www.markblevis.com/

Others:
http://whatdoiknowgrit.blogspot.com/
http://www.searchingforliberty.blogspot.com/
http://enormousthrivingplants.blogspot.com/

Homerun Playlist - Monday March 28th:


3:20 Melody by Bad News Brown from the cd Born 2 Sin
3:25 Born 2 Sin by Bad News Brown "
3:40 La Vie Ti Neg by Muzion off album Mentalité Moune Morne
3:45 Caramba by Lou Piensa
4:20 Looks Like Change to Me by CerAmony - CerAmony
4:40 L' Epopee by Dramatik from Cd La Boite Noire
5:20 Reign Bad News Brown "
5:40 4 Bar Massacre by No Bad Sound Crew - Mixtape Volume I

Candidate Round Table

Today was the first day of Radio Noon's weekly Candidate Round Table. 

The panel features:
Marlene Jennings of the Liberals, Agop Evereklian of the Conservatives, Thierry St Cyr of the Bloc Quebecois and Thomas Mulcair of the New Democrats.

Here's an excerpt of that panel with Radio Noon host Bernard St. Laurent.

 

Heading to the Polls

So it's official: we're heading into a federal election sometime in May.

Jennifer Crane is a longtime organizer for the Liberal party.

She spoke with Sue this afternoon.

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Shorty Awards

Montrealer Nadia G, host of tv's "Bitchin Kitchen", is heading to New York.

That's because she's nominated for a "Shorty" Award.

The "Shorties" are like the Oscars of Twitter.

Nadia G spoke with Sue this afternoon.

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Rômmel Ribeiro

 Musician Rômmel Ribeiro came by Place Des Arts for our live broadcast.

PHOTO.jpgHere's what he played- live on the air...

IPad 2 Summary. Is it worth it?

Looking for info on the IPad 2? Look No Further...

CBC: Tablet games hit prime time with iPad 2


TechCrunch: Hands on with the IPad 2


Mashable: How does the IPad 2 compare to other tablets?

Homerun live at Place Des Arts

Today Homerun was live from the newly renovated foyer of La Place Des Arts

Yannick Nézet-Séguin was there with us.
He's the Director and Principal Conductor of the Orchestre Métropolitain of Montréal.
He will be taking the reins of the Philadelphia Symphony in 2012
 
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Julie LaMontagne and Elyzabeth Diaga are performing tonight at L'Astral
As part of the Jazz en Rafale concert series
This year's theme is Women in Jazz

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Elizabeth Taylor

Hollywood legend Elizabeth Taylor has died at the age of 79.
Matthew Hays is a film critic, and teaches film studies at Concordia's School of Cinema.

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Taylor married actor Richard Burton (for the first time) at Montreal's Ritz Carlton hotel.
Magda Sabella speaks for The Ritz-Carlton.

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Apathy is Boring.

All signs are pointing to yet another federal election.This would be the fourth one in seven years. Ilona Dougherty is the Executive Director of Apathy is Boring, a group that encourages young people to vote.

Listent to her conversation with Sue.

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Web columnist Lindsay Michael caught up with her after her Homerun Interview:

Franco Taddeo

Montreal comedian Franco Taddeo is performing in comedy special airing on CBC television tonight.
It's called "Whose Canada is it Anyways?"
It's part of the Winnipeg Comedy Festival.

Here is his interview with Sue.

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Web columnist Lindsay Michael caught up with him after the interview:

 

 

World Water Day

Today is World Water Day ---
And a Montreal group wants the city's boroughs to be more accountable for the amount of water they use.
Joanna Eyquem is an organizer with Action H20.
 
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GQ Magazine on Habs Fans

GQ Magazine says Habs fans the WORST hockey fans in North America.
This according to an article in the April issue of the men's fashion magazine.
GQ reporter Adam Winer calls Habs fans "Frost bitten Hooligans"
Matt Morein is a lifetime Habs fan -- he grew here in Montreal.
Costa Papoulias blogs under the moniker Coach K on allhabs-dot-net.
He also coaches a minor league hockey team in Saint-Lazare -- the HRS Eagles.

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Billie Flynn Fighter pilot

Right now Canadian warplanes are enforcing a no fly zone over Libya -- and they're about to execute strategic strikes.
Montrealer Billie Flynn commanded a similar mission in Kosovo and Serbia.
He is now an experimental pilot with Lougheed Martin.

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Twitter Turns 5!

Twitter turns 5 today. The network has nearly 200 million followers. Including Montrealers Adriana Palanca and Tara Hunt. Adriana is a social media consultant as well as a copywriter and translator. Tara is an avid tweeter and author of the book "The Power of Social Networking."

They've both been live tweeting and blogging for us this afternoon.

 

Tara Hunt is @missrogue her blog is here

Adriana Palanca is  @apalanca and her blog is here.

 

Here are some excerpts from Adriana's blog entries from studio:  

The live blogging and tweeting experience

I'm not one to use the word *exciting* very often, but it's the best way to describe my whole experience at CBC Homerun.

The constant ebb and flow of journalists and producers, the on-the-fly decisions about what's coming next, getting text messages to the host, the green and red equipment lights... my senses have been on overload all afternoon, but it's been an intensely satisfied experience to watch media - social and otherwise - in action. Twitter and Facebook have definitely become an integral part of the news-making process.

 

Great Twitter follows for Montrealers

Am having a blast at CBC Homerun this afternoon. Here are the Montreal links I mentioned on air a few moments ago. If you love Montreal culture, nightlife and design, then click away!

Midnight Poutine

Spacing Montreal

Montreal Mirror

Nightlife.ca

 

Coming to you from CBC Homerun

What was supposed to be a quiet Monday has turned into a whirlwind of activity.

I'll be the Internet reporter all afternoon long on CBC Homerun with Sue Smith and we'll be talking about Twitter's 5th anniversary.

Follow the fun today on my Twitter profile and on the CBC Homerun Twitter profile too.

 

 

 

 

Haiti

On Sunday Haiti will be holding a run-off vote to elect a new president.
Today, former president Jean-Bertrand Aristide arrived in Haiti after seven years in exile.
Fabienne Colas is a Haitian Montrealer

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Libya

Today Libya's Foreign Minister announced a ceasefire.
But rebels are saying some Libyan cities are still being bombed.
Ahmed Al Maghrawi and Mohamed Bunkheila are both Libyan Montrealers

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Zeppole!

Today we had a special treat in studio...zeppole!

 

FOOOD.jpgCBC's Sabrina Marandola brought in some Italian pastry because March 19th is "San Giuseppe Day" - or St. Joseph's Day.

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The Homerun team sampled the zeppole in studio:

 

Heather Monroe Blum

Raymond Bachand says even with the 325$ tuition hike Quebec Students will still be getting a good deal - compared to the rest of Canada.
This starts in the fall of 2012. Ultimately in 2017 tuition fees will be $3793, up $1625 from $2168 this year.
Heather Munroe Blum is the Principal and Vice Chancellor of Mcgill University

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Pacioretty Back

There's good news for that injured Montreal Canadian.
It looks like Max Pacioretty could be back with the team for the playoffs.
The Habs forward suffered a severe concussion and a fractured vertebra after a hit on the ice.
CBC Sports reporter Michel Godbout was at the Bell Centre

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Passwords

Today the Caisse de Depot is re-evaluating security procedures after someone stole the CEO's two Blackberry's. 
 Michael Sabia's car was broken into in front of a grocery store on Greene Avenue in Westmount last Thursday evening.
The two Blackberries contained sensitive financial information.
The Caisse says they're not really worried because the phones were password protected.
 Elias Makos is a Tech Instructor at Concordia.
 

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Montrealer in Japan

Rescue efforts continue in Sendai,Japan.
Montrealer Catherine Lapointe is an English teacher in Miyagi---thats near Sendai.

 

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Quebec Earthquake

A small earthquake was detected in Quebec.
Earthquakes Canada says the Tremor at 1:36 pm measured a magnitude of 4.3.
It was centered about 5 kilometers west of Hawkesbury, Ontario.
Taimi Mulder is an earthquake seismologist. 
She's with the Geological Survey of Canada.
Listen to her conversation with Jeanette Kelly.

 

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Mysterious Sculptures...

    Art historians at Concordia are stumped. They've been trying to identify a mysterious sculpture...

    It comes from a collection of Mediterranean antiquities. The collection belonged to a Greek family who moved to Montreal in the 1940s.

    Today the University put the mystery sculpture on public display hoping someone can help them identify it.

 

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Jeanette Kelly met with art historian, Dr. Clarence Epstein, at the EV building in front of the sculpture.

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Homerun Playlist, Wednesday March 16th

3:20 Lillehammer by Misteur Valaire from the cd Golden Bombay
3:40 Things May Come by Emilie Clepper from the cd Things May Come
4:20 Liza by Matt Haimowitz and Ucello from the cd Meeting of the Spirits.
4:25 Meeting of the Spirits by Matt Haimowitz and Ucello From the cd Meeting of the Spirits.
4:40 Dangerous by Random Recipe from the cd Fold it! Mold it!
5:20 Yesteryear by The Dears from the cd Degeneration Street.
5:40 5 Chords by The Dears from the cd Degeneration Street

 

The Barr Brothers

Jeanette Kelly spoke with Brad and Andrew Barr of the Barr Brothers.
They play tonight at the Segal Centre.
 
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NHL

Today NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman presented a 5-point plan to reduce concussions.
This was at the annual meeting of NHL general managers in Florida.
Scott Burnside is with ESPN, he is also a regular contributor to Hockey Night in Canada

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Kiri Te Kanawa

Dame Kiri Te Kanawa is a world famous soprano.
She's performing in Montreal this week.
She is also from New Zealand.
That country was hit by an earthquake last month.
She spoke to Dame Kiri Te Kanawa about the situation in Japan, and her upcoming show.

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Homerun Playlist March 14th

3:10 Kiri Te Kanawa performing Sunset from the Four Last Songs by Strauss
3:14 Kiri Te Kanawa performing Spring from the Four Last Songs by Strauss
3:20 Beauty and the Beast by Celine Dion
3:40 Kiri Te Kanawa performing going to sleep from the Four Last Songs by Strauss
4:20 River Deep by Celine Dion
4:40 Kiri Te Kanawa performing September from the Four Last Songs by Strauss

5:20 You'll Have to Swing it by Ella Fitzgerald
5:40 A New Day by Celine Dion

An Update from the Japanese Community in Montreal

Today the Japanese community in Montreal is still adjusting to the shock of Friday's earthquake and Tsunami. Tonight they are getting together to plan a fundraiser.

Donald Watanabe is President of the Japanese Canadian Cultural Center of Montreal.

Kayo Yasuhara's sister lives in Sendai, the region hardest hit by the Tsunami.

 

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Homerun Web reporter Lindsay Michael spoke to them just after their Homerun interview.

Here is their message to you:

 

 

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How you can help

Kiri Te Kanawa

Dame Kiri Te Kanawa is a world famous soprano.
She's performing in Montreal on March 18th.
She's from New Zealand.
That country was hit by an earthquake last month.

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Stay tuned to Homerun on Monday, March 14th to find out how you can win a pair of tickets to see Dame Kiri at Place Des Arts---and meet her backstage.

8.9 Magnitude Earthquake hits Japan

Tim Hornyak is a Montreal-based journalist who worked in Japan for 9 years.
He works for Lonely Planet travel guide, and writes about Japan.

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Hockeyville

For the second year in a row, Chateauguay has made the Top Ten finals for
"Kraft Hockeyville 2011".
And with it a shot at $100,000.
Chuck Holliday is with the New Frontiers School Board in Chateauguay.
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Duke's Weekend Pick:

Duke's weekend pick is the Grand Burlesque Show.

 

You can find information here.

 

Here's a picture from last night's show:

 

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Homerun Music Playlist

Friday March 11th

3:20 American Idol by Plants and Animals from the CD Plants and Animals

3:40 Satin Doll by Duke Ellington

4:40 In From the Cold by Stephane Carreau from the CD In From the Cold

4:45 Snow Falls At Midnight by Stephane Carreau from the CD In From the Cold

5:45 Tom Cruz by Plants and Animals from the CD Plants and Animals

 

Thursday March 10th

3:40 Let your backbone slide by Maestro Fresh Wes

3:45 Drop the needle by Maestro Fresh Wes

4:40 La Vie Ti Neg by Muzion

5:35 Kiri Te Kanawa - Strauss- Four Last Songs

5:40 Les Nomades by Samian

Homerun's Earthquake Coverage

         Today's 8.9 magnitude earthquake set off a massive tsunami that battered north-east Japan. Hundreds are reported dead.

Japan's capital Tokyo also felt the earth shake and disruptions are widespread.

 
On the show we spoke to Tim Hornyak. He's a Montreal-based journalist who worked in Japan. He also sent us some photos by his friend Brian Chapman in Tokyo. 
 
This photo shows people stranded in Tokyo Station after bullet train services were suspended.
 

STATION.jpgHitomi Nakamura is a Japanese Montrealer who has a brother in Tokyo.
She came by the studio.

 

mother.jpgShe took some time after her Homerun interview to tell us what she was going through.

 

 

 

If you have family or loved ones in Japan's affected areas, The Japanese Consulate in Montreal has links to disaster message boards. 
 
Bypass normal lines and send messages to cell phones. Links are the top of the What's New section. You can find the information here.
 
Here in Quebec, The Red Cross is accepting donations to help out with relief efforts in Japan.
You can donate here.
 
 

Molson Weighs In

The owners of the Montreal Canadiens say they do not agree with the NHL decision not to suspend Boston Defenceman Zdeno Chara.
In a letter posted on the Canadiens website, Habs owner Geoff Molson says violence has become a serious problem in the league.
And he says it should not be tolerated.
Molson is asking other owners to get involved in the issue -- and has volunteered to lead an effort to make the league safer for players.
Sue spoke to L Ian Macdonald about this.

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Hip Hop Summit

The CBC is celebrating 25 years of hip hop music in Canada.Its going on all month long.
The highlight is the March 29th concert featuring big-name artists including K'os, Shad, Classified and Cadence Weapon.
CBC is broadcasting that concert on Radio 1, 2 and 3, and we are offering you the chance to win tickets to see it.
Maestro "Fresh Wes" Willams will also be there

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Radio 2 will fly one Canadian hip hop fan and his/her guest from anywhere in Canada to Toronto, where they'll be put up in a hotel for a couple days and given tickets to the Hip Hop Summit broadcast taping.
To win, all you have to do is tell us who your favourite Canadian hip hop artist is.  Go to cbc.ca/radio2 to enter.

 

Jonas Performs

Tonight, CBC's "Everyone's Irish" concert takes place at Oscar Peterson Concert Hall.
Montrealer Jonas will be among the performers taking the stage.

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To find out more about the concert please visit:

http://www.cbc.ca/montreal/community/mt/2011/02/everyones-irish-concert.html

Suspension

Today, the NHL announced that Zdeno Chara of the Boston Bruins will not be suspended for his hit on Montreal Canadiens' Max Pacioretty.
This hit resulted in a fractured vertebra and a severe concussion for Pacioretty.
This decision is generating buzz - from Montreal to Boston.
Sue talked to Robert Poole who is a sports radio host for 98.5 fm in Boston.

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Check out the NHL's decision at:http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=555520

 

Using Social Media for Social Good.

Melanie Walsh and Jun Yeo are McGill students who just got back from India. They were part of a project called 5 Hot Cities, India 2011. Their goal was to use social media for social good.

 

 

justgotback.jpgThrough Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Blogs, this group raised close to 15,600 dollars.  Today is the last day and they hope to break 16,000 dollars!

The money will sponsor the education of underprivileged girls in India.

You can find more information here or follow them on twitter @5HotCities  

Here's their pitch to you.

 

 

 

Shale Gas

Big decision  from the BAPE this afternoon
Quebec's environmental review board says the province should stop some drilling for shale gas - until more studies are done.
Monique Beaudin is the Gazette's environmental reporter.

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St. Lawrence Choir

The St. Lawrence Choir has a busy weekend ahead.
It performs Saturday night at the Church of the Immaculate Conception and Sunday afternoon at St. Thomas's Church.
Here is Sue's interview with Kelly Rice:

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The St Lawrence Choir performs this Saturday night at 8 p.m. at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, at the corner of Rachel and Papineau. 
The concert will be repeated on Sunday at 4 p.m.  in Hudson at St Thomas's Church.
 
For more information about the choir and their upcoming shows, please visit:
http://www.slchoir.qc.ca/
 
Here are the links for some of the featured artists:
Isabelle Laurier:http://www.isabellelaurier.com/)
Monique Gareau:http://www.moniquegareau.com/)
Emmanuel Laflamme:http://www.quartertofour.net/
Nicole Legault:http://www.nicolealinelegault.com
 
 
 
 
 
 

Little Scream, a Tour, a Yoga Mat and a Rice Cooker.

Little Scream was in studio with Sue earlier today. Web columnist Lindsay Michael spoke to her after her interview about her upcoming tour- her longest thus far...

 

ColbaNet

ColbaNet is a Montreal company that plans to offer a new television service over the internet. That means more competition for your dollars against other major players.
Elias Malkos is our technology columnist,listen to his conversation with Sue.

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Anthony Pacella's Bowl-o-Drome

 

Today, 15 year old, Anthony Pacella making the final plans for his Family Bowl-o-Thon.

The event is happening this Sunday at the Bowl-o-Drome in Pierrefonds.

The fundraiser is in honour of his mother, Mary Pacella who lost her fight with lung cancer earlier this year.

The event is at the Bowl-O-Drome.
9562 Boul. Gouin Ouest in Pierrefonds on the top floor.
It's from 4 pm to 6:30 pm this Sunday. Tickets are 30$ and there will be games, prizes a silent auction and a dinner.

 

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Duke's Weekend Pick!

Sharon Riley and Faith Chorale:

Live in Concert Tomorrow Night at the LaSalle New Life DA Church.

 

Dukesevent.jpgThat's at 7780 Champlain Blvd. at 7pm on March 5th.

Check out the event's Facebook Page.

 

Cloth diapers

Today, the Borough of Verdun launched a new program to encourage parents to use cloth diapers.
New moms and dads can purchase them from any retailer, and with a receipt, the borough will refund them $100
Betsy Thomas is the owner of Bummies on St.Laurent boulevard.
They manufacture and retail cloth diapers.
Here's her conversation with Sue.

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Apple's new tablet

It's thinner, sleeker, and generating lots of buzz -- the next generation of the tablet.
Today, Apple launched the iPad 2.
Technology columnist Elias Makos followed the launch.
Here's his conversation with Sue

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