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Edge of the City #144 • A bit of Sketch Comedy

March 5, 2015
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A bit of sketch comedy with Seattle’s Charles, and from Montreal, Uncalled For. Both are performing at the 10th editing of Toronto’s Sketch Comedy Festival. We talk to both about the evolution of their companies, and how they’ve grown.

This week we bring you new music from Gabrielle Papillon and B’s Bees.

We’re curious, we want to get to know you, our listeners. Take a minute and introduce and yourself! Tweet at us, send us a message on Facebook, email us! Take a minute a rate and review our podcast on iTunes, and tell us where you’re from!

Music's Mitosis #9 • Milk and Bone

March 3, 2015
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Milk and Bone as their name suggests are equal parts hard and soft. Their synthy R&B backbone is filled in with lush harmonies, surprisingly catchy melodies and breezy stories of young romance. These two Montreal ladies (Camille Poliquin and Laurence Lafond-Beaulne) are coming out of the gate strong. Their debut album Little Mourning drops this month and there’s already a ton of buzz surrounding their project. I know what I’ll be listening to as the weather heats up…plus, they are so freakin’ cute.

Songs we played in this episode: Pressure, Coconut Water, New York

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Dirty Feet #120 • Little Lady • ENG

March 3, 2015
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Sandrine Lafond is a contemporary dance and circus artist who has performed for Cirque du Soleil, Celine Dion and Marie Chouinard. In this episode we will be talking about her solo show, Little Lady’s meanders (Les méandres de Little Lady) which integrates her new interest in clown. The show is currently being presented by Danse-Cité at Théâtre ESPACE GO in Montréal.

Edge of the City #143 • We Are Not Alone

February 25, 2015
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When it comes to the unknown, we naturally seek answers, our curiosity drives us. Well, most of us.. Are we alone in the Universe? This week we attempt, very loosely, to answer that question. Very loosely.

Inspired by We Are Not Alone, a new play by Damien Atkins, and the curiosity of Matt Goldberg, we bring you a podcast about what is true, what is real, and we know. We do this by talking to the very creators of this play, Damien, and co-director Christian Barry.

This week’s podcast also features our fourth collaboration the Segal Centre in Montreal, bringing you the latest Sunday @ the Segal, this time featuring Dr. Joe Schwarcz and Professor Mikhail Iossel.