Platinum Blonde is no longer STANDING IN THE DARK as they took center stage at the Mod Club on March 10, 2010. SOMEBODY, SOMEWHERE has finally recognized the contributions Platinum Blonde has made with respect to Canadian music as they have just been inducted (on March 12, 2010) into the Canadian Music and Broadcast Industry Hall of Fame.
Arts & Culture
Classrooms are becoming more reliant on technology and ordinary people are starting to take education into their own hands.
Get ready to clutch your gut as Cathi makes Judy watch two great zombie comedies: Zombieland and Night of the Comet -- two hysterically funny pictures about.... the living dead.
Métis curator, teacher and writer Cathy Mattes studies Aboriginal artists and artworks inspired by the community. The Louis Riel monument in Winnipeg is a controversial statue she has written about.
Métis curator, teacher and writer Cathy Mattes looks upon Aboriginal artists as warriors who recreate the struggle in their works.
John Bonnar Audio Blog
War resister Chuck Wiley shares his thoughts on the Green Zone, a new Iraq war action film.
Growing from the dark woods of a secluded island in Canada's stunning Georgia Strait, 24-HOUR Church of Beer evolved slowly, somewhat like mushrooms.
A group art exhibit organized as part of the Kickstart Festival of Disability Arts and Culture opened on March 8. The artists in the show explore what heroism means to them. We speak with Cleo Pawson.
Growing from the dark woods of secluded Lasqueti Island in Canada's stunning Georgia Strait, 24-HOUR Church of Beer evolved slowly, somewhat like mushrooms, or a lager yeast.
First episode of 2010! We hear tunes from some of Canada's finest female vocalists.