August 2012 Archives
Thursday August 30, 2012
Pan Fried Trout with Sprout Salad
By Atmosphere Fine Foods
2-3 Tbsp. oil
1 Tbsp. butter
Salt & Pepper to taste
½ lemon, juice squeezed
1-2 cloves garlic, crushed
Fresh sprouts (pea sprouts and radish sprouts were used in this recipe)
½ red pepper, diced
½ orange or yellow pepper, diced
Pineapple tomatoes, halved (optional)
Orange Mustard Dressing:
1 Tbsp. Dijon mustard
1-2 Tbsp. orange marmalade (substitute with ½ cup orange juice)
2 cloves garlic, crushed
¼ cup Olive oil
Salt & Pepper to taste
1. In a separate bowl whisk together ingredients for orange mustard dressing, set aside.
2. Season trout with salt and pepper. On medium high heat, in a frying pan add oil and butter. Fry trout on one side until browned. Flip trout. Squeeze juice of half of lemon on top and sprinkle with crushed garlic. Place trout in oven. Bake for 10-15 minutes.
3. Meanwhile, place pea and radish sprouts into a bowl. Add diced peppers, halved pineapple tomatoes (optional), and put into a bowl. Lightly dress sprout mixture prior to serving, reserving some, and mix.
4. Remove trout from oven. Let stand for approximately 5 minutes.
5. To plate: Place salad mixture on center of a plate, placing trout on top. Dress with Orange Mustard Dressing.
Serves approximately 2-4 people.
Over the past few weeks our Dinner Party Chefs have been dropping by with recipes for easy yet very tasty summer meals.
Meals that use as much local ingredients as possible.
This afternoon Nav and Rita join me again with another great meal.
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Categories: Past Episodes
Wednesday August 29, 2012
Did you know that fish can hear? It's something Dennis Higgs has known
for a long time. And he's using that knowledge to find a way to reduce the Round Goby population in the Great Lakes. The Round Goby is an invasive species
from Europe that found its way to our waters about 20 years ago.....likely through the ballast water in ships. And since that time, it's population has grown to number in the billions. Dennis Higgs has been trying to come up with a way to trap them. And he's come up with an interesting way to do it.....using fish sounds to attract the Round Goby.
Dennis Higgs is an Associate Professor of Biology at the University of Windsor.
Listen (runs 8:20)
Categories: Past Episodes
Monday August 27, 2012
When planning events to mark the 200th. anniversary of the War of 1812 the City of Windsor put out a call
to mural artists for submissions.
The murals were to represent the 200 years of friendship between the U.S. and Canada.
From all the submissions two projects were chosen.
One is from Justin Langlois and the other is from Lorraine Steele and Phil McLeod.
They will soon begin work on their murals
Justin couldn't make it in this afternoon - his work will be installed on the windmill at the corner of Russell and Mill Street.
It features a phrase - in cursive writing - that will be illuminated by LED Neon flex lighting -the phrase spells out - All we are is all we were.
But Lorraine Steele and Phil McLeod join me in the studio this afternoon.
Listen (runs 10:47)
Categories: Past Episodes
Friday August 24, 2012
There have been multiple cougar sightings in and around Windsor this summer.
And earlier this week, a young coyote was found in the
foyer of a downtown restaurant.
All this wildlife has one Essex county councillor thinking it's high time to ban people from owning exotic animals. Sherry Bondy is a councillor in Ward 4 in Essex.
Listen (runs 6:31)
Thursday August 23, 2012
This weekend the Windsor Symphony Orchestra performs the world premiere of a brand new work titled "General Brock in Detroit."
Brent Lee is the composer and he came into the studio to speak with host Bob Steele about his latest work.
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Wednesday August 22, 2012
Windsor's newest pro basketball team, The Windsor Express, is missing a big part of what they need to play their games. They're asking for a new wood floor to purchased at the WFCU Centre. The team is asking city council to come up with the money to buy the floor. CBC Windsor's Arda Zakarian has been CBC's point guard for this story and she joined host Bob Steele to talk about the hard facts about the hardwood.
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Tuesday August 21, 2012
Staff at one downtown Windsor restaurant were very surprised to find an unexpected guest on the porch of their establishment. A young coyote was cowering and afraid when police finally captured it. The coyote was brought to Wings Rehabilitation and is just fine. Windsor naturalist Paul Pratt says there is plenty of wildlife living in Windsor's downtown core these days. He joins host Bob Steele to talk coyotes, groundhogs... and cougars?
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Monday August 20, 2012
History has not been kind to the Raid on Dieppe France.
Many historians say it was poorly planned and an unecessary loss of thousands of lives.
But new research shows that there might have been another reason for that raid...a raid that included members of Windsor's Essex and Kent Kent Scottish Regiment.
Wayne Abbott is the producer of the documentary Dieppe Uncovered.
It aired Sunday night on History Television.
Listen (runs 8:08)
Friday August 17, 2012
You know his songs....big hits from the 70's that brought Tony Orlando lasting fame.
Tie a Yellow Ribbon, Candida, Knock Three Times - to name the big ones.
He had a television show, sell out tours and millions of records sold.
Now Tony Orlando comes to Caesars Windsor for a show. Bridge Host Bob Steele and Tony talk about the past, and the future, in this interview.
Listen (runs 10:57)
Thursday August 16, 2012
By Atmosphere Fine Foods
3 tbsp. oil
4 cloves garlic
1 medium zucchini
4 large tomatoes, diced (use grape tomatoes if available)
1 small red chili pepper, seeded
1 cup chicken broth
¼ cup cream
¼ tsp. dijon mustard
handful roman cheese
handful basil, sliced
salt and pepper to taste
200g Spaghettini noodle pasta
Boil and cook pasta according to directions. Heat oil in frying pan until hot. Add garlic. Add zucchini. Fry for about one minute. Add tomatoes. Cook for about 5 minutes. Add broth, stirring vigorously and pour in cream. Turn heat off. Add Dijon mustard and stir. Add Romano cheese, chili and fresh basil. Add in cooked pasta. Use salt and pepper to taste. Return dish to heat for approximately 2 minutes, stirring. (The vegetable will adhere more to the noodle when put on heat the second time).
Serve with fresh bread or white wine.
Serves approximately 4 people.
Categories: Past Episodes
Thursday August 16, 2012
It's practically every illustrators dream...to illustrate Batman for DC comics. For a Harrow artist that dream has come true.
A passion for art has certainly paid off for Jason Fabok.
He's an illustrator from Harrow who's talent has taken him to the very top of the comic book heap. Jason is an illustrator for DC Comics and his drawings fill the pages of the Batman Annual edition as well as the cover art.
He swooped into the studio for an interview with host Bob Steele.
Listen (runs 10:45)
Wednesday August 15, 2012
We all know the old adage when it comes to gambling - The House Always Wins. But how does an online video game company make money on a "virtual" slot machine...it's not real money.
And why would such a business be eager to expand?
To answer those questions... Bob Steele spoke with Jacob Duhaime. He's the CEO and founder of a Windsor company called iDream Interactive.
Listen (runs 7:56)
Tuesday August 14, 2012
Three drummers, one great song. Host Bob Steels speaks with a music professor about the beats behind "Love Me Do."
It was fifty years ago this month that the Beatles released their very first single.
Bob Steele speaks with music Professor Gordon Thompson about the three drummers who tried to lay down the beat for "Love Me Do." Only one drummer made the cut. We find out why.
Listen (runs 11:19)
Tuesday August 14, 2012
Bob Steele speaks with three unique guitar artists.
What separates these guitarists from most others is the style of their playing.
They are finger style players, creating sounds that one might find hard to believe are coming from one guitarist.
Listen (runs 9:23)
Friday August 10, 2012
Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty visited David Suzuki Elementary school.
But outside the school teachers were seeing red over the provincial freeze on teacher salaries.
The province also wants to end the practice of banking sick days.
Scott Hunt is the President of the Occasional Teachers unit of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation.
He was among the teachers protesting McGuinty's visit.
Listen (runs 6:06)
Thursday August 9, 2012
It's a recipe for fun - or disaster. Ride around Windsor on bicyles, stopping along the way to refresh your spirits with beer.
If you're out in Windsor on Saturday you might see a large group of cyclists weaving a merry path across the city.
Most likely that group of cyclists will be taking part in a Windsor Eats event - The Bikes and Beers Tour.
To tell us more host Bob Steele was joined by Adriano Ciotoli. He's with Windsor Eats and he'll be leading the tour.
Listen (runs 7:13)
Wednesday August 8, 2012
The Bridge's book panel investigates Jo Nesbo's latest crime novel The Red Breast.
Listen (runs 9:46)
Tuesday August 7, 2012
Amherstburg's Roots to Boots Festival will commemorate the war of 1812 with re-enactments, musical guests and a play. Organizers have also created a period Tavern on the River. Micheal Jimmerman is a local chef who's organizing a very special menu for the festival.
Listen (runs 9:06)
Thursday August 2, 2012
Listen (runs 5:11)
Roasted Corn Blueberry Feta Salad
By Atmosphere Fine Foods
3-4 Corn Cobs, roasted
1-2 green onions, diced
1 ½ roasted red peppers, diced
½- ¾ pint blueberries
Small handful cilantro
¼ cup feta cheese, diced or crumbled
4 Tbsp. oil
3 Tbsp. vinegar
½ lemon, squeezed
Roast corn (boiling is optional). Using a knife slice kernals off cobs. Place in a mixing bowl. Dice green onions and red peppers and add to the mixture. Add the blueberries and cilantro. Dice or crumble the feta cheese and also add to the mixture. Add oil, vinegar and lemon juice. Mix together. Put in the fridge to keep cold and serve when ready. (Tip: this dish can be prepared ahead of time, the night before, without adding the liquid. Oil, vinegar and lemon juice can be added to the dish the following day or when ready to be served).
Serves approximately 4 people as a side dish.
Categories: Past Episodes
Wednesday August 1, 2012
This summer on the Bridge, we're talking about some of the interesting research
being done at the University of Windsor.
This afternoon we are talking to Anneke Smit who teaches Law at the University
of Windsor. She in the process of studing how local people are managing after losing their homes in the expropriation of lands for the new Windsor-Essex parkway.
Listen (runs 8:48)
Categories: Past Episodes
- September 2012
- Tue., 25 – What happens when a group of poets laureate get together for an evening? A lot of rhyming, one would imagine.
- Fri., 21 – A very funny guy is coming to the Chrysler theatre tomorrow night ....all the way from Australia.
- Tue., 18 – Attention amateur sleuths! A murder mystery, 1812 style.... is taking place in Amherstburg this weekend.
- Mon., 17 – Rush, with a brand new album under it's belt, is out on tour.They have a show at the Palace.
- Mon., 10 – Today is the anniversary of the Battle of Lake Erie. It was a pivotal battle during the War of 1812.
- August 2012
- Thu., 30 – Pan Fried Trout with Sprout Salad
- Wed., 29 – Coming up, using the "voices" of the Round Goby to reduce their numbers in the Great Lakes.
- Thu., 16 – Fresh Summer Vegetarian Pasta
- Thu., 16 – It's practically every illustrators dream...to illustrate Batman for DC comics. For a Harrow artist that dream has come true.
- Tue., 14 – Three drummers, one great song. Host Bob Steels speaks with a music professor about the beats behind "Love Me Do."
- Thu., 9 – It's a recipe for fun - or disaster. Ride around Windsor on bicyles, stopping along the way to refresh your spirits with beer.
- Wed., 8 – Book panel review "The Red Breast".
- Tue., 7 – 1812 Food
- July 2012
- Mon., 30 – Windsor poet Mary Ann Mulhern is reading from her latest collection of poems, Brides in Black.
- Fri., 27 – Our passionate gardener Mary Jo Rusu will be showing us how to liven up salads and vinegars with herbs.
- Wed., 25 – we continue our series on home grown research. I'll talk to a university of Windsor professor to find out what he's studying.
- Tue., 24 – Mike Jones arrived back in Windsor this morning after covering 6300 kilometres on his bicycle.
- Thu., 19 – Herb enthusiast Mary Jo Rusu shows us how we can use herbs to ditch the salt from our diets.
- Wed., 18 – It's almost taken for granted that chosing locally grown produce is the right thing to do if you care about the environment, but do people buy it??
- Mon., 16 – Recipes from Mary-Jo Rusu
- Thu., 12 – The Bluesfest gets underway this weekend at the Festival Plaza in downtown Windsor. We'll get a primer from Kelly Hoppe.
- Thu., 12 – Tracking sharks in the Sudan. Guest host Sara Elliott chats with a marine biologist from the University of Windsor.
- Fri., 6 – Tragically Hip "Super Fan" Jeff Reid
- Thu., 5 – Pink Canoe Portage Across Ontario
- June 2012
- Fri., 29 – Todd Newton of the Price Is Right Live!
- Thu., 28 – State of Canada's Birds
- Wed., 27 – Making Seniors Stronger
- Thu., 21 – We'll tell you about a local history buff who's setting the stories of war of 1812 to music.
- Tue., 19 – We'll take a step back in time with Walkerville Publishings' latest book, "500 Ways To know Your from Windsor".
- Thu., 14 – Some residents in Belle River want trains to sound off their horns less when they pass by.
- Wed., 13 – I'll chat with Mike Jones. He's on a three and half month cycling trip from Dawson City Yukon to Windsor.
- Fri., 8 – Sunday night you'll have the chance to see and hear Kenny G. in concert at the Carousel by the River Festival.
- Thu., 7 – Many people make their own jam. But have you ever made jam out of roses? Mary Jo Rusu has...she'll be my guest .
- Wed., 6 – The history of roller derbies in Windsor. The Border City Brawlers are looking for women who played roller derby back in the forties and fifties.
- Tue., 5 – It's a program that gives underprivileged kids an opportunity to play hockey every weekend. And it's founder...Knobby Knudsen... was honoured for that and his many other contributions to youth hockey with the Mark Messier Leadership Award.
- Fri., 1 – We'll meet one of the actors from Theatre Windsor's production of The Beverly Hillbillies.
- May 2012
- Thu., 31 – I'll chat with Mike Jones. He's on a three and half month cycling trip from Dawson City Yukon to Windsor.
- Wed., 30 – In just over a week, Carousel of the Nations takes over the city with events through most of June.
- Mon., 28 – The Windsor Public Library board held it's first meeting today as a full board. We'll get an update .
- Fri., 25 – It's a place where homeless teens can go to at night for a hot meal and support, The Windsor Youth Centre.
- Tue., 22 – For the first time in its history, Point Pelee National Park may be on its way to having a family of Beavers.
- Fri., 18 – Four baby falcons got banded this morning including Twitter...the name given to one of the chicks by CBC listeners.
- Thu., 17 – we'll find out what American and Canadian students learned together about the war of 1812
- Wed., 16 – We'll get an update on the 4 peregrine falcon chicks that are nesting under the Ambassador Bridge.
- Mon., 14 – The Bridge's book panel comes together this afternoon to tell us what they thought of Paulo Coehlo's Veronika Decides To Die.
- Fri., 11 – He will take his final bow this weekend with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra. Conductor John Morris Russell.
- Thu., 10 – Windsor Light Music theatre's production of Legally Blonde goes into it's second run of performances this weekend. Our theatre reviewer Mark Lefave takes a look.
- Mon., 7 – We'll meet a 13 year old Windsor girl who's won a summer scholarship to the Royal Winnipeg Ballet.
- Fri., 4 – Local playwright Chris Rabideau is one of the artists receiving an Arts Infrastructure Grant.
- April 2012
- Mon., 30 – The Windsor Jewish Film festival kicks off tonight. We'll hear about some of the films being presented.
- Fri., 27 – I'll chat with Mike Jones, he's getting ready to do a three and half month cycling trip from Dawson City Yukon to Windsor.
- Wed., 25 – The library board held a meeting this afternoon to try to get to the bottom of the Al Maghnieh scandal . We'll chat with board member Hilary Payne.
- Tue., 24 – An evening of poetry and fiction at the Phog Lounge tonight, I'll talk with author Mike Barnes.
- Fri., 20 – An exhibition of weavings by renowned weaver Ted Hallman is on display at Assumption University Chapel.
- Thu., 19 – Before Lady Gaga and Madonna there was Sarah Bernhardt...at one time the most famous woman in the world.
- Wed., 18 – Guitarist Rik Emmitt brings his expertise as a guitarist and as a songwriter to students at St. Clair College in Chatham this weekend.
- Tue., 17 – We'll meet one of two local recipients to receive a Caring Canadian award from the Govenor general in Ottawa.
- Mon., 16 – A few weeks ago, we drew our winner for our "Win a Gourmet Dinner" contest. We'll get a review from our winner.
- Mon., 16 – An exhibiton of weavings is on now at the Raw Meet gallery....I'll talk to the organizer of Sunrise Twills With titles by world reknowed textile artist Ted Hallman.
- Fri., 13 – Steve Smith also known as Red Green is bringing a truck load of duct tape to Dearborn and Macomb Michigan this weekend.
- Thu., 12 – Kevin Costners band is called the Modern West and he's got a show at Caesars Coloseum Friday night.
- Wed., 4 – We'll tell you about the very special dinner being presented to mark the Titanic anniversary.
- Tue., 3 – The history of one of the most renowend musical venues in North America has now been captured in a new documentary.
- Mon., 2 – The author who brought you the Watson Family and Bud Not Buddy has a new character to introduce to you...the Mighty Miss Malone.
- March 2012
- Fri., 30 – Community arts groups met with the Windsor Symphony last night...a chance for potential users of the Capitol theatre to have a conversation with the new owners.
- Wed., 28 – We'll tell you about the Titanic exhibition happening at The Henry Ford Museum that opens soon.
- Mon., 26 – Theatre Alive's production of Chicago opened last weekend at the Chrysler Theatre. We'll have our reviewer take a look.
- Thu., 22 – A rising young pianist from Algeria performs with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra in two performances.
- Mon., 19 – CBC Win a Gourmet Dinner Contest
- Mon., 19 – Windsor's Poet Laureate Marty Gervais.
- Fri., 16 – Mathematics can be intimidating.But I'll be talking to a University of Windsor student who says that's all a misconception and she's one of just 16 women from across the province invited to take part in a summer school for women in Math.
- Thu., 15 – A slice of Windsor's history has been turned into a play that's getting a dramatic reading next week.
- Wed., 14 – Comedian Danny Bhoy Performs in Windsor
- Tue., 13 – Windsor Actor Films Role in Isreal
- Mon., 12 – March Break "Things to do in Ontario"
- Fri., 2 – A local actor is heading off to Israel for a role in a National geographic film. We'll find out what helped him land the role.
- February 2012
- Wed., 29 – War of 1812 Treasure Hunt.
- Tue., 28 – Our Theatre Reviewer Mark Lefebvre will be by with his review of the Phantom Of The Opera by the Walkerville Centre for Creative Arts.
- Mon., 27 – I'll chat with Jaclyn Miles. She was crowned Miss Canada last month and she's using that role to speak out against abuse.
- Fri., 24 – We'll meet one of the recipients being honoured with a community service award from Windsor's Black Community
- Thu., 23 – A team of seamstresses create period costumes to mark the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812
- Wed., 22 – Walkerville's Centre for the Creative Arts takes on the Phantom of the Opera this weekend and next.
- Fri., 17 – Windsor's community Museum is opening a new exhibit that explores what it was like living in the region in 1812.
- Fri., 17 – A lot of people are talking about Freddie and Voltaire...the two peregrine falcons living under the Ambassador Bridge.
- Tue., 14 – Valentine's Day Aphrodisiacs
- Mon., 13 – Madison Violet Interview
- Thu., 9 – Windsorites will have the rare treat of seeing one of Canada's best songwriters perform at the Loop on Friday night...Ron Sexsmith
- Tue., 7 – Documenting Windsor's music scene over the past 60 years...that's the subject of a new documentary called 4 On The Floor.
- Thu., 2 – A new documentary on the Underground Railroad is airing next Monday night.The William Still Story looks at the triumphant yet harrowing journey of runaway slaves coming to Canada.
- January 2012
- Tue., 31 – Friendships are something some people take for granted. But for people with disabilities, friendships are something many of them have a hard time maintaining.
- Fri., 27 – Be prepared to hear some stunning new music this weekend as the Windsor Symphony Orchestra performs new works for jazz piano and orchestra with guest pianist Ron Davis and his trio.
- Thu., 26 – The WFCU center is hosting an event this Saturday and it's called the "Awesomness Summit".
- Wed., 25 – Just how much of your donations toward breast cancer research go to fight that disease? And how many of those products sporting pink ribbons actually walk the talk? You might be surprised.
- Tue., 24 – Pulled Pork with Green Apple Slaw
- Mon., 23 – The man who created the TV show The Polka Dot Door passed away last week. he came from Essex county and developed a world famous childrens show.
- Fri., 20 – Your childhood and healthy relationships.
- Thu., 19 – Changes are coming to your local cable channels. In a few weeks, Cogeco Cable will be digitizing all of it's channels. And that will mean changes for you.
- Wed., 18 – Conspiracies are dangerous to democracy according to the author of Conspiracy Rising - University of Windsor Associate Dean Martha Lee.
- Tue., 17 – A veteran of the Canadian music scene comes to the Mary Webb Centre in Highgate this Saturday night.
- Mon., 16 – Steven Page, the former lead singer of the Barenaked Ladies, is giving a talk at that University of Windsor tonight
- Fri., 13 – A performance of music by Stravinsky and Strauss this Saturday night by the Windsor Symphony Orchestra.
- Tue., 10 – If "YOUR" math homework has you taking a tantrum, there's one on one help available to help you out.
- Tue., 10 – There's a new CBC Television show about to air that gives a second chance in business to ex convicts.
- Thu., 5 – Millions of people have joined Facebook. But to many seniors it is a foreign language. We'll talk to an instructor who's helping them.
- Wed., 4 – People have been talking a lot about a "Great Gray Owl" spotted near Kingsville. I'll talk with an expert to find out why he's here.
- December 2011
- Fri., 23 – Nav and Rita from Atmosphere Fine Foods will be by once again with another recipe for a unique, tasty and easy appetizer to serve your guests over the holidays.
- Thu., 22 – Our dinner party chefs will tell us another recipe for a unique, tasty and easy appetizer to serve up over the holidays.
- Wed., 21 – We're going to have some great appetizer recipe's for you to try out over the holidays...created by our Dinner Party chef Nav Sehmbi.
- Wed., 14 – A new C.D. of christmas music for you this year courtesy of local musicians Jody Raffoul and Jeff Burrows.
- Mon., 12 – Rita McNeil is back on the road with a performance coming up this Wedsnesday night at Migration Hall in Kingsville.
- Thu., 8 – How a video about bullying compelled a 17 year old teenager from Amherstburg to reach out with a video of his own.
- Mon., 5 – New Co-Op Art Gallery opens in Windsor
- Fri., 2 – The Endangered Paw Paw Tree
- November 2011
- Tue., 29 – Here's something the arts community will like a lot....the naming of the city's poet laureate.
- Tue., 29 – Should Hospital Parking Fees be Abolished?
- Fri., 25 – World renowed Windsor pianist Daniel Wnukowski and his wife Marta Potulska come home for a recital tomorrow night at MacKenzie Hall.
- Thu., 24 – Nickelback-lash. A petition is going around expressing outrage that Canadian rock band Nickelback is this year's entertainment at the Lions game, and why their music sells so well.
- Wed., 23 – We talk to rock legend and host of CBC Radio's Vinyl Tap Randy Bachman! He's written a new book about the stories he's told on that show...and the people and places behind them.
- Tue., 22 – Technology is a wonderful thing..it makes our lives easier. Local musicians are collaborating with others around the world.
- Fri., 18 – The Art Gallery of Windsor and the Central Branch of the Windsor Public Library sharing the same space.
- Mon., 14 – We'll find out about a talk at the university that will explain why we need pets in our lives.
- Wed., 9 – It may have looked like hundreds of teens all skipped out of school on the same day to go watch movies at the Capital Theatre in downtown Windsor. But in fact, it was a bonafide field trip, a project to let high school students, see Canadian films.
- Fri., 4 – Windsor Cultural Summit
- October 2011
- September 2011
- Fri., 30 – He began his musical career as the front man for the rock and roll band White Heat. Joe Coughlin returns to sing with the WSO.
- Mon., 26 – Imagine making a living drawing comics? Well that's what locals David Finch and Jason Fabok are doing.
- Mon., 19 – A cycling tour from Windsor to Niagara....that trail was piloted by a group of people last week.
- Wed., 14 – Phog Fest 3 is on this weekend...a festival of music and art hosted by the best live entertainment lounge in Canada.
- Mon., 12 – Two Windsor brothers were in Toronto over the weekend performing at a party for the Toronto International Film Festival party for Breakaway starring Russell Peters and Rob Lowe.
- Fri., 9 – A Canadian version of the reality television show "Intervention" debuts tonight. Tonights episode features two Windsorites.
- Tue., 6 – When you were in school, did you like math? We'll get you some advice for your student at home.
- Thu., 1 – We meet Windsor's Mike Cerveni, a singer songwriter who's music takes him from the aisleways of Shoppers Drug Mart to Eastern Europe.
- August 2011
- Wed., 31 – A feature interview with Gino Vannelli
- Wed., 31 – The new school year is fast approaching, and with that comes great anxiety for many students
- Mon., 29 – I'll chat with Jim and Jordan Scott. They're back from a 10 day mission to help the people in Haiti.
- Fri., 19 – Singer Songwriter Ron Leary
- Thu., 18 – Tomato Art!
- Mon., 15 – Roxi Delight Comes Home To Windsor
- Tue., 9 – If you love alternative film we have some great news about a great way to see these films right here in Windsor.
- Tue., 2 – Love to experience new restaurants but not sure you want to pay full price to take your chances. We'll tell you about a way to check out area restaurants at discounted prices.
- July 2011
- Wed., 27 – Visitors from all over North America are expected this weekend in Windsor. They'll be celebrating Emancipation.
- Fri., 22 – When fire destroyed a Comber church last March it seemed as if all the memories of the 120 year old building were gone forever. We'll talk to a man who's not only asking for your memories of the Mount Olivet Methodist church...but he also has time capsule
- Wed., 20 – 16 Year old playwright at Fringe Festival.
- Tue., 19 – A 19-year-old from Tecumseh is pursuing a country music career...in between studying French at York University.
- Mon., 18 – The Windsor International Fringe festival continues this week. "Banjovial" is one of the events.
- Fri., 15 – Sunsplash Festival Preview
- Thu., 14 – Montreal Band "The Unsettlers"
- Tue., 12 – Windsor is Getting an IMAX Theatre
- Mon., 11 – Singer / Songwriter Amanda Mabro Interview
- Wed., 6 – We'll speak to CBC Radio 3 host Grant Lawrence about this year's shortlist for the Polaris Music Prize.
- Tue., 5 – We'll hear about a pilot project launched today to get panhandlers off the street and get the help they need.
- Mon., 4 – Barbecue culture: Canada versus the U.S. How does our country stack up to our neighbours when it comes to grilling?
- June 2011
- Wed., 29 – Years of Ernest Band Interview
- Tue., 28 – Fireworks Families
- Mon., 27 – Elvis Fest
- Thu., 23 – From All Right Now to Bad Company - from Satisfaction Guaranteed to The Show Must Go On. An Interview with Paul Rogers.
- Thu., 16 – Drive-In Coming to Lakeshore
- Wed., 15 – Tim Trembley Interview
- Tue., 14 – Burt Weeks Statue Vandalized
- Tue., 14 – Ray Parker Jr. Interview
- Wed., 8 – It won't be music coming thru the doors of the Phog Lounge in Windsor tomorrow night...it'll be laughter.
- Wed., 1 – Coming up...a tour thru Windsor's new riverfront stage complex with the Senior designer of that project leading the tour.
- May 2011
- Mon., 30 – The University's schools of music and visual arts will be moving into the Downtown Armouries. That was part of a big announcement this morning to revitalize the downtown.
- Fri., 27 – Guitar heaven this weekend in Chatham.
- Wed., 25 – A new play by Windsor playwrite Joey Ouellette documents the life of female riveters during the second world war.
- Mon., 16 – A screening tonight of the documentary film, Just Because I Am...it's about homophobia and youth and it was made in Windsor.
- Fri., 13 – A math conference is currently underway for educators.....but tomorrow it's math for parents and kids. I'll chat with one of tomorrow's keynote speakers.....mathemagician Arthur Benjamin .
- Thu., 12 – Professor Louie and the Crowmatix are being inducted into the Canada South Blues Museum in Windsor.
- Tue., 10 – A psychology researcher at the University of Windsor is looking for kids between the ages of 4 and 10 to take part in a study on the cognitive advantages of growing up with more than one language.
- Fri., 6 – Raising money by hitting the skins....local drummer Jeff Burrows is gearing up for his annual 24 hour drumming marathon.
- Wed., 4 – When the Windsor Light Theatre's production of The Drowsy chaperone opens this Friday night, it'll be a homecoming of sorts for one of the actors.
- April 2011
- Fri., 29 – Matt Gallagher, Windsor filmmaker, poker documentary "Grinders" premiering at Hot Docs Festival.
- Thu., 28 – After taking home five awards from the Western Ontario Drama League Theatre Windsor is remounting it's winning production of Who's Afraid Of Virginia Wolf.
- Wed., 27 – She's called a modern day troubadour...travelling around the world singing songs about ordinary people...Maria Dunn brings her show to MacKenzie Hall on Saturday Night
- Tue., 26 – Comedian Lorne Elliott is coming to Chatham this Thursday to do a show at the Capitol Theatre.
- Thu., 21 – We check in with Mt. Everest adventurer...Heather Geluk . She's now at the Base camp and the weather isn't good.
- Wed., 20 – A performance by the Windsor Symphony Chorus features Durefle's Requem and a brand new choral work by Jeff Enns...I'll talk with chorus Master Joel Tranquilla .
- Fri., 15 – I'll chat with author Richard Zurawski. He has a beef about how science stories are covered in the media.
- Wed., 13 – There was a meeting in Windsor of local religious leaders as to how different faiths view organ donations.
- Tue., 12 – Heather Geluk is in Kathmandu getting ready to make her second attempt at climbing Mount Everest. We'll hear what it takes to prepare for a climb of this magnitude....and we'll get a little lesson on acclimatization from one of the guides.
- Mon., 11 – Art Gallery of Windsor is screening a film about the Salton Sea...it was supposed to be the Californian Riviera but now is considered an ecological disaster.
- Tue., 5 – We chat with a woman on the other side of the earth as she prepares to climb mount Everest.
- Mon., 4 – A good and happy childhood..that's how Roger Bell describes his upbringing in Port Elgin during the 1950's.
- Fri., 1 – A windsor woman known for her recordings of Hindustani music is joining forces with the World Jazz Group Dave Sharp's Secret Seven.
- March 2011
- Mon., 28 – Students at Ridgetown high school will be experiencing a Mount Everest climb through a former alumnus. Heather Geluk will tackle Mount Everest in a couple of weeks....but before that, she flew in from England to talk with students at her old high school.
- Mon., 21 – A Windsor Theatre company has come away with some big honours from the Western Ontario Drama League.
- Thu., 17 – The Bellevue house in Amhurstburg was built in 1816, but it's been neglected and now needs alot of work.
- Wed., 16 – A local mom has written a book chronicling her second pregnancy, it's a memoir entitled "Laughing through a second pregnancy"
- Tue., 15 – If you remember the play Julius Caesar from high school, you might think of today as a somewhat unlucky day. We'll chat with a historian about the Ides of March.
- Mon., 14 – One of the best new board games on the market is actually centuries old and a man from chatham is responsible for reviving it's popularity.
- Fri., 11 – We'll get a preview of a film being shown in Detroit this weekend that chronicles the city of Detroit from it's heyday to it's present day decline. "Detroit:Ruin of a City"
- Thu., 10 – Math teacher uses music to educate kids.
- Wed., 9 – Coming up, a fun way to learn about heart health where you may actually remember what you've learned.
- Tue., 8 – Local entrepeneurs and inventers are polishing their pitches...hoping for a chance to go before the Dragon's Den in Windsor on Thursday.
- Mon., 7 – A musical mystery was solved last week and the solution came with a big bonus...we'll hear how two fellows from Michigan tracked down the title of an old song and how they got more than they asked for.
- Fri., 4 – 20 Year Old Musical Mystery Solved
- Wed., 2 – Juvenile Arthritis. We'll meet one man who's been dealing with it since he was 18 months old.....and we'll find out what you can do if you suspect your child may be suffering.
- Tue., 1 – A researcher is looking for the stories of Italian Canadians who were interned during World War 2
- February 2011
- Mon., 28 – Vincent Georgie is a film Marketing Expert at the Odette School of Business at the University of Windsor.
- Thu., 24 – Black History Symposium Tour.
- Tue., 22 – Ten Years as music director for the Windsor Symphony Orchestra and there's an anniversary party planned for this weekend featuring a host of home grown talent.
- Tue., 15 – Interview with U of W Professor Richard Frost on computer versus humans on TV show Jeopardy
- Fri., 11 – Denis Coffey of the Funk Brothers Interview
- Thu., 10 – Bob Monks Archive Interview
- Wed., 9 – Multiple Choice Workshop
- December 2010
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