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October 17, 2018

Up and Anthem – Episode 6

Hosts Harris & Sam (along with Engineer David) celebrate Legalization Day in Canada! They also mourn the end of Pete Davidson’s engagement to Ariana Grande and debate how many people are actually in The Arcade Fire.

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October 17, 2018

10 Nostalgic Halloween Costume Ideas for You or Your Squad

Halloween is just weeks away and with it comes haunted houses, pumpkin carving parties and that mandatory Instagram post of you wearing the best costume idea you could come up with (it’s all about the likes). If you don’t have an idea yet on what to be, we’ve got you covered… Here is a list of costumes that’ll hit you right in the feels and remind you of a much simpler time: 1. The Wild Thornberrys A Nickelodeon classic that aired from 1998 to 2004. Eliza Thornberry and her family travelled the world in an RV with their talking monkey,…

Podcasts rrcanthem Up and Anthem
October 17, 2018

Up and Anthem – Episode 5

This week’s hosts Katherine, Samantha and Skye take you through the morning news in between those awesome bangers from the past.

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October 10, 2018

Peak 2000s Celebrity Moments

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times… It can be hard to keep your cool when you’re a celebrity. The only thing everyday people love more than a star on the rise, is a star on a downward spiral of crazy. These celebrities broke down hard. Here’s a look back at six of the most famous crazy celebrity moments of the 2000s.   Tom Cruise on Oprah May 22, 2005 The 2000s had a lot of iconic celebrity moments. This one was hard to describe, because it wasn’t so much a meltdown, but it did…

Podcasts rrcanthem Up and Anthem
October 9, 2018

Up and Anthem – Episode 4

Aidan, Kelly and Ophelie talk you through the morning with all the news and views you can use!

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October 3, 2018

Top 5 Social Anthems

Music holds a huge part in many people’s lives. As we like to say, everyone has their own personal anthem. Some lyrics hit home more than others, and that’s why we can relate to them as individuals. Other songs become so relevant to large groups of society they become anthems for these people. So here, we count down the top 5 social anthems of the last 15 years. 5. K’naan – Wavin’ Flag Released in 2009 this song quickly became an anthem of hope for people around the world. The refugee story of fighting, hope and love struck a nerve…

Podcasts rrcanthem Up and Anthem
October 2, 2018

Up and Anthem – Episode 3

Hosts Sarain, Josh and Laurel talk about Gritty, Dunkin’ Donuts, and saving the Santa Claus Parade.

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September 26, 2018

The Best Animated Movies from the 2000s

Anthem throws it back to some of the greatest music from the 2000s. It turns out that the 2000s produced more than just great music. What about all of the movies we still quote; the ones we can still remember every word to? I took a look back at a few of the most memorable animated movies from that time, and want to bring you back to those childhood movie nights.   Shrek (2001) The movie is set in a fantasy world where a talking donkey teaches an ogre to open up. Who comes up with this stuff? Shrek will…

Podcasts rrcanthem Up and Anthem
September 21, 2018

Up and Anthem – Episode 2

Hosts Kiersten, Hayley and David take you through the week’s pop culture news, discuss the Winnipeg Jets’ new third jerseys and much more.

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September 18, 2018

Anatomy of an Anthem – “Boulevard of Broken Dreams”

“I walk a lonely road The only one that I have ever known Don’t know where it goes But it’s only me, and I walk alone.”   Every anthem has a story. The hearts of thousands of teenagers in the 2000s were both broken and healed by the lines in our first song pick for Anatomy of an Anthem: “Boulevard of Broken Dreams”. In 2004, American punk rock band Green Day released their rock opera American Idiot, the album that would introduce them to a new generation of fans after declining popularity in the early 2000s. The band had spent months…