Episode 48: Multimedia-palooza! Funky Tunes and Stinky Shoes

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"Base" is a store based in South Beach, in Miami.  Cathi is totally jazzed by their concept...a 'culture store'. The owner, Steven Giles, aims to be a 'curator', tipping people off  to the best in music, film, clothing, lifestyle.  They even have an in-house band called Life Project.  We play a track from Life Project called  High Life, a first for thesniffer!  Let us know what you think of hearing music on the show at thesniffer@sympatico.ca

Base's website:
http://www.baseworld.com

Broadcaster, futurist and "Canada's Podfather", Tod Maffin, made a funny purchase on eBay the other day....he bought something from Dawn, of The Dawn and Drew show...her old slippers!  Nora gives Tod a call to sniff out the whole smelly story.

Tod's Podcasting Directory:
http://todmaffin.com/canadapodcasts/

Tod's Upcoming Workshop in Radio Skills:
http://todmaffin.com/blogs/radio/?p=940

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