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November 08, 2014: The Interviews

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Daybreak Alberta host Chris dela Torre speaks to Calgary author Lori Hahnel. Her new book, After You've Gone, published by Thistledown Press, tells the story of a grandmother and a granddaughter, and two very different generations in music. Lita is a jazz guitarist in the 1930s, and her granddaughter Elsa grows up to front a grunge band in 1990s Seattle.

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Daybreak's Nola Keeler takes us to Lord's Shoes in Edmonton. The popular independent shoe store will be closing its doors after nearly 85 years in business.

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Malls are playing holiday music and stores have put up their ornaments -- all in an effort to get you to spend more money. Personal finance columnist Nisha Patel shares her tips on staying thrifty.

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