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The Fifth Annual Good For Her Feminist Porn Awards: Toronto: April 9

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The Fifth Annual Good For Her Feminist Porn Awards

Come Celebrate 5 Years of Honouring Smut!
Friday, 09 April 2010 at 9:00 pm
Berkeley Church
315 Queen Street East
Toronto, ON

Our special Fifth Anniversary celebrations are guaranteed to be unforgettable! Featuring awards in categories including Hottest Kink Film, Sexiest Straight Movie, Steamiest Trans Movie and many more!

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News
Mar 26, 2010
If we can make everything we need ourselves then what? What are the legal, corporate, cultural and psychological roadblocks MakerCulture needs to break through to the mainstream?

MakerCulture: What's the new world order?

Savithri Sastri
Colin Schultz
Mark Melnychuk
Julianne Hazlewood
If we can make everything we need ourselves then what? What are the legal, corporate, cultural and psychological roadblocks MakerCulture needs to break through to the mainstream?
Podcast
Mar 25, 2010
Redeye

Arms and The Man

Redeye
Theatre at UBC is staging a new production of George Bernard Shaw's famous anti-war play. Laura Lamb went to see the play and shares her thoughts.
Podcast
Mar 23, 2010

#169 ~ Year of the Metis - Part 2

Living On Purpose
The Ring is an updated version of 'Tell Me Grandmother' by author and adventurer, Lyn Hancock. This is the second of a two part series of interviews with descendants of Sam Livingston and Jane Howse.
Photos
Mar 25, 2010
The CRTC’s move in favour of the big broadcasters opens door for massive fee hikes by cable television firms, which, ironically, are the owners of some of these same companies, and shuts out the CBC. Photo: D. Reichardt/Flickr

Will TV become a rich man's solace?

Bill Wittur
The CRTC’s move in favour of the big broadcasters opens door for massive fee hikes by cable television firms, which, ironically, are the owners of some of these same companies, and shuts out the CBC.
News
Mar 25, 2010
The CRTC’s move in favour of the big broadcasters opens door for massive fee hikes by cable television firms, which, ironically, are the owners of some of these same companies, and shuts out the CBC. Photo: D. Reichardt/Flickr

The CRTC ruling hurts the CBC -- and viewers

Bill Wittur
The CRTC's move in favour of the big broadcasters opens door for massive fee hikes by cable television firms, which, ironically, are the owners of some of these same companies, and shuts out the CBC.
Podcast
Mar 19, 2010

Decoder - Episode 1

Decoder
In this episode - athletes online....the untamed side of internet commentary....music by Electrobuddha...the world of virtual gaming...and a few of our favorite radio bloopers from radio shows gone by

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