Radio Noon - Monday January 3, 2011
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ATV users in Garnish on the Burin Peninsula have a unique privilege. They are the only people in the province who can drive their machines legally on the town's roads. The change came into effect on January first. Reuben Noseworthy is the mayor of Garnish.
The Jewish community in St. John's is very small. No one can remember the last time a Bar Mitzvah took place. Until 2010. Two boys from secular Jewish families, Matthew Bendzsa and Seamus Brown, decided that they were going to have Bar Mitzvahs. A Bar Mitzvah's is a Jewish ritual celebrating a boy's 13th birthday and his entry into the community of Judaism. Matthew and Seamus stopped into our studio to talk with Ramona Dearing.
Allan Hawco, a.k.a. Jake Doyle, and Mark O'Brien, a.k.a. Des Courtney, join guest host Roger Samson to take your calls about the upcoming season of Republic of Doyle.
Below L- R: Allan Hawco, Radio Noon's Roger Samson, and Mark O'Brien in our Radio Noon Crosstalk studio