November 29, 2015

Bald Eagle Selfies, Tabasco Mcwraps, why you should never used a donkey as your get away vehicle and so much more!

Hey world Ever have one of those days at work were nothing goes right? I’m having one of those right now. Firstly, I had to park my vehicle near Broadway and hoof it here because all traffic was at a standstill downtown with the Grey Cup Santa Claus Parade. Don’t get me wrong; I’m not complaining it was wonderful to see all the smiling fans streaming away from the parade. I just didn’t anticipate it, and since when I’ve been operating from my back foot. I can’t hear my voice through the headphones, and I have no idea what I […]
November 25, 2015


The night has finally come for Raptors fans. Tonight is the first night that the black and gold OVO-themed Drake jerseys are worn by the Raptors. The jerseys were announced prior to the season beginning, but they were waiting until “Drake Night” to test them out. The Raptors play Lebron James and the powerhouse Cleveland Cavaliers. Check the swag: The jerseys are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to “Drake Night”. The ACC will also have a “Hotline Bling Booth” where fans can dance around and take videos. Hotline Bling is one of the hottest songs in the […]
November 25, 2015

Looking for a Christmas gift? Buy your loved one a naked Stephen Harper!

Kijiji is pretty well-known for hosting some strange items over the years. You can literally buy and sell anything on there, as far as I can tell. But now, a former civil servant has listed what is either the weirdest or best item the site has seen, depending on your own opinion. [WARNING: GENITALS. There is a bit of a penis sticking into that painting. Be careful.] The artist is Margaret Sutherland. She says she created the piece as a way to vent her dissatisfaction about the Conservative government at the time. The painting caused quite a stir when she […]
November 25, 2015

Let’s be honest about Hart’s no phone rule

Comedian Kevin Hart was in Winnipeg just under a week ago. While I know people who went, laughed and had a good time, at least one person did not. Chris Devoin was kicked out for breaking Hart’s strict no phones policy . Devoin says he was simple using his phone’s flashlight app to check his seat number but security noticed and tossed him within minutes.     Some fans believe this is justified. I remember my friends who were going to the show saying, “If you’re going to spend over a hundred buck on a show like this why would […]
November 22, 2015

Sunday Study Break

It’s late Sunday afternoon and you might be doing some last minute homework. You’re not alone, it’s getting close to the end of the semester and all the projects are due. Here’s a few quick and easy things you can do and then get back to studying. 1) Go have a hot chocolate break – Seriously, it’ll get you moving and away from your work for a few minutes. You’ll refocus plus,  hot chocolate is delicious. 2) Go watch a couple of Youtube videos – But only a couple! Don’t get sucked into the Youtube vortex.  You don’t need to […]
November 22, 2015

Community Building at Holiday Time

The holiday season is upon us and there are two things I genuinely enjoy about this time of year: spending time with friends and family and shopping locally. Specifically, I love buying gifts for family and friends from local makers of jewellery, soap, cosmetics, preserves, toys, and even electronics. I’ve found some of the best gifts at sales like THIRD + BIRD and the now (unfortunately) defunct Holidaze Craft Show. And while I’ve bought amazing gifts like a handcrafted stereo made from an antique suitcase or a beautiful handmade teapot fired with the artist’s original glaze, what I really enjoy […]
November 20, 2015

Oh, Baby!

What’s the deal with parents-to-be constantly one-upping each other with their baby announcements? When my parents had me, they didn’t announce it. All of a sudden they just, like, had a kid. No one knew I’d be making my debut unless they happened to see my mom in her sweet 90’s maternity apparel. Part of that has to do with the times, specifically that the Internet was essentially nothing in 1993. But they didn’t even put it in the paper! Come to think of it… maybe I need to have a talk with my parents about celebrating the birth of […]
November 17, 2015

Aboriginal Arts Program May Be Getting More Funding

Winnipeg is a big arts city. We have the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, large writing communities, and a vibrant art scene. Which is why this news is so important. The federal government looks like it’s going to make good on its promise to give more money to the Canada Council of the Arts. And better yet, the Council is creating a fund run by indigenous people for indigenous artists. This is so important. We need as much representation as we can have. Having that sort of diversity in art allows us to excel as artists and create […]
November 13, 2015

Big Video Game News Week

Hello. Kerri here. There is lots going in the Video Game World! Nintendo announced a female Link for the 3DS Hyrule Warriors, named Linkle. She is pretty boss but I do think she needs some pants. I am sure adventure would be easier with pants on.. Just Sayin’. Also there is some Zelda: Twilight Princess news. Nintendo will remake it in HD and it is set to release on March 4th 2016! This is such a beautiful game. It will definitely be interesting to see what the HD version will look like. The new Zelda game, called The Legend of […]
November 10, 2015

What the deal with Friday the 13th?

Haven’t you wondered why Friday? Why the 13th? Maybe I can help. While doing research I found that it is easiest to split up the Friday and the 13th. Everyone knows that 13 is an unlucky number. Some say it was because of a Norse myth where all the gods were having supper and then a 13th guest arrived and made everything go nuts. But looking at christianity Jesus was having supper with his 12 apostles and the 12th apostle, who got there last, was the one that betrayed Jesus. It is also thought that 12 is the complete number […]
October 31, 2015

The Olds – Episode 3 – The Battle of Britain

The Battle of Britain, which took place in the summer of 1940, is said to have been Germany’s first major defeat in World War 2. Here’s how it all went down.
October 30, 2015

Need something to watch this Halloween?

We’ve got you covered. First up is the original 1938 broadcast of War of the Worlds. It’s more of a listen, really, which makes it perfect to have in the background as you’re handing out candy. Or if you’re looking for a more relaxed option, check out Bob Ross on Twitch. The Joy of Painting has been an internet classic for years, and now it’s being streamed live, in its entirety. Finally, for the Halloween purists we have a selection of classic horror movies. IGN came out with a list of the 18 best films to watch here, but […]
October 27, 2015

The Olds – Episode 2 – The Bosnian War

Today I tackle more recent history. The war in Bosnia took place from 1992 to 1995, and was the deadliest conflict in Europe since World War II. Here is a surface telling of the story.
October 26, 2015

The Olds – Episode 1 – Jack the Ripper

For my debut episode, I travel back to 19th century London and discuss Jack the Ripper, the infamous serial killer of Whitechapel. Warning: a few graphic descriptions.
April 8, 2015

Jeff and AJ – Apr 8

The Players Tribune talk, #PinkShirtDay, and a crazy video you don’t want to miss watching
April 7, 2015

Jeff and AJ – Apr 7

Rob Ford is a Hall of Famer, sorta, a little 90s kid flashback, and Pixar is set to release their favourite movie ever.
April 1, 2015

Jeff and AJ – Apr 1

AJ talked like Benedict Cumberbatch for the entire show, Jeff pretended he was a 6-year-old girl, and we had Andrew Ladd come in on our show and talk about his 11 cats
March 31, 2015

The Rundown – Episode 9

Download This Episode This week on The Rundown we have a whole hour of great sports content happening throughout the province. For The Exchange segment of the show, our hosts this week are Amy-Jean MacLean and Molly Karp will be interviewing Corinna Samson, who is a body builder.She had her first competition this past weekend, and she also used to be a dancer. Reporter Anya McNabb was out at Stony Mountain this weekend where, believe it or not, people were skiing. Anya will tell us all about how the prairie spring is something we like to have fun with. The […]