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Gripevine

Here's the link to the Gripevine website.

Mark Quattrocci's Epic Bike Ride

Here's the link for Mark Quattrocci's Cycling Home From Sanya website.

Austin McCarthy's Rock Your Campus quest

Here's the link to Collingwood musician (and Concordia University student) Austin McCarthy's website in the event that you'd like to support him in CBC Music's "Rock Your Campus" contest.

Sexy Hallowe'en Costumes

Here's the link to the editorial in the on-line magazine Her-The Canadian Woman's Perspective about the trend towards sexy Hallowe'en costumes.

Owen Sound's shout-out at Second City

There's a strong Owen Sound vibe to the current show at Toronto's Second City courtesy of Grey/Bruce born-and-bred actor Connor Thompson.
Check it out!

Ontario Archaeology Week in Peterborough

Here's the link to learn more about Ontario Archaeology Week which takes place in Peterborough from October 20-26.

Barrie Film Festival

The Barrie Film Festival begins today. And opening night will be a homecoming for filmmaker Cynde Harmon. The Barrie native brings her film, If I Had Wings, along with her husband and kids, who all have roles in the movie. Host Wei Chen spoke with Cynde about the film and her family.

Listen audio (runs 6:07)



3 D Art installation

A group of Orillia students explore isolation in the digital age through art. Host Wei Chen spoke to Maggie Shaw. She is the visual arts teacher at Twin Lakes Secondary School. Wei also spoke to grade 12 student Tao Orion who worked on the project.

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VOICE in London

Here's the link to London's VOICE [Volunteer Organizations, Individuals and Civic Engagement]
event that takes place on Saturday, October the 18th.

Bruce Trail Trek

One tent. One backpack. Thirty eight days and eight hundred and eighty five kilometers. Host Wei Chen talked with Peterborough's Katie Keenan.

Listen audio (runs 6:01)