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3 Gigs is a podcast about performances and the stories of the 3 shows that define a performers life and career. Their first performance, their best performance, and their worst performance. Each episode is a series of stories showcasing the moments of inspiration, triumph, and utter disaster that can happen while performing live. You've been to the show, now find out what it was like on stage on 3 Gigs hosted by Dominic Davi @dominicmdavi. Follow the show @3gigspodcast
 
DJ Christopher started probably as most DJ's did when they were kids by making mix tapes of some of their favorite songs from the radio. Grabbing the tape recorder and trying to make sure it was ready when "that" song would come on, because you never knew when the replay would be on. Christopher then graduated to making the mix CD since that replaced the cassette tape. Granted the CD mixes were a little harder to make due to cost of the media and equipment at the time. DJ Christopher's first ...
 
After years as a heavy metal guitarist, Guy Seidel’s craving for the stage transferred into comedy. Always the “funny one” in the band, his transition was natural and has since won the Indi.com Comedy Blitz, became a finalist in The Rocky Mountain Laugh Off, and performed in The World Series of Comedy. Guy is a regular on The Freak Show With Mick & Allen, performed at The Hollywood Improv, The Parlor on Melrose, Toured nationally, working with such comics as Dave Attell, Christopher Titus, J ...
 
Samed is a professional club DJ and promoter since 2006, one of the leaders of Russian underground progressive scene and community. His style covers all kinds of true progressive sound, whether its house, breaks, trance or anything with progressive touch and atmosphere. Since the beginning of his career Samed has played more than 600 DJ sets all over his home country, including couple of some pretty crazy outdoor locations - deep down in Kungur Ice Cave, and on top of Elbrus, the highest mou ...
 
Soulpepper, one of Canada's largest theatres, is an artist-centred company that celebrates the stories that move us and the artists who tell them. The Soulpepper Podcast presents highlights from its weekly Cabaret Series, featuring intimate musical performances from established artists, exciting talent, as well as unexpected collaborations from Toronto's diverse musical community.
 
Kory French is the Founder and Principal of Emily Consulting, a consulting company that leads start-up and early-stage companies in everything from concept development to strategic planning to scaling and exit plans. Prior to founding Emily consulting, he served in business development at Lord Cultural Resources Consulting Firm. Before returning to school to get a Master's Degree, Kory spent five years in the private lending division of BMO Bank of Montreal. He earned a Bachelor of Art from ...
 
PAINWeek is the preferred resource for frontline practitioners treating acute and chronic pain. For over a decade, we have demonstrated that “education is the best analgesic’’ by presenting over 12,000 hours of content across our national and regional conferences, conducting hundreds of Expert Opinion interviews, and publishing an array of faculty authored articles in our quarterly journal. Be it live, digital, or print, PAINWeek provides education and insight 365 days/year!
 
Station Manager at WMHW consisting of Mountain 91.5 and 101.1 The Beat in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan. Third year Broadcasting and Cinematic Arts student at Central Michigan University. Intern for The Smiley Morning Show at WZPL in Indianapolis, Indiana. Third year staff member and producer at WHJE 91.3. Creator and producer of 'Along on the Ride' content.
 
The Cycling Podcast - daily insight and analysis of the Giro d'Italia, Vuelta a España and Classics. Join journalists Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe – and a few special guests along the way – as they podcast about the latest cycling news and the world of professional cycling. Expect a mix of insight and analysis as our three experienced journalists cover not just the big talking points but take you behind the scenes of professional cycling. Richard Moore is the author of Slay ...
 
Two boys from the Foundling Hospital are given the same name, with disastrous consequences in adulthood. Two associates, wishing to right the wrong, are commissioned to find a missing heir. Their quest takes them from fungous wine cellars in the City of London to the sunshine of the Mediterranean — across the Alps in winter. Danger and treachery would prevail were it not for the courage of the heroine and the faithful company servant. The story contains crafted descriptions, well-drawn and d ...
 
The Kootenays is a diverse region in the South East corner of British Columbia, Canada. Dense forests, rich farmland, high mountain peaks, and fresh clean rivers and lakes surround people from all walks of life who live, work and play here. Some of them also make a lot of really great music! This show is dedicated to the musicians and people who work alongside them to create a music scene that is as diverse and unique as the region they call home. This is the Sound Of The Kootenays!
 
Antandra is the moniker of music producer and performer, Jacob Louis. His sound can best be described as bass infused rhythms with suspenseful atmospherics and etheric melodies. He has released music on Merkaba Music, Jumpsuit Records, Swamp Music, Pure Perception Records, Transcendent Tunes, Visionary Shamanic Records, Maia Brasil Records, Quantum Digits Records, Ektoplazm, LostinSound, Elliptic Audio Research, and he's performed at Kinnection Campout, CoSM, Burning Man, Source, Unitus, Pan ...
 
Your very important date with the happenings at Walt Disney World and around the Disney universe. This weekly podcast features roundtable discussions, helpful tips, dining reviews, honest opinions, and silly segments related to the Disney parks, all provided by three passionate and fun-loving Disney fans.
 
Meriwether Lewis and William Clark – In the years 1804, 1805, and 1806, two men commanded an expedition which explored the wilderness that stretched from the mouth of the Missouri River to where the Columbia enters the Pacific, and dedicated to civilization a new empire. Their names were Meriwether Lewis and William Clark. This book relates that adventure from it’s inception through it’s completion as well as the effect the expedition had upon the history of the United States.
 
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The Nerds gather for the first podcast of the new year and it does not take long for things to get spicy! We discuss the lawsuit filed against Trek and Bontrager for their allegedly outlandish claims regarding WaveCel helmet technology efficacy, the way ZwiftHub is out-Zwifting Zwift in a few key ways, and the pros and cons of Sea Otter’s recent an…
 
If U.S. President Donald Trump were to face a criminal prosecution after he leaves office, new President Joe Biden should consider offering him a pardon, says former FBI director James Comey. He tells Matt Galloway that it would remove Trump from the spotlight and allow Biden to get on with the task ahead. This conversation is a digital exclusive e…
 
In the depth of pandemic winter, how do we find ways to cope? We talk to Angie Elliott in Oshawa, Ont., who has struggled with mental health before. She offers some tips and tricks for better mental health, along with psychiatrist Dr. Shimi Kang, and Michael Ungar, Canada Research Chair in Child, Family and Community Resilience at Dalhousie Univers…
 
What does 2021 have in store? In this first episode of the new year Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe gaze into their crystal ball, and we hear from François Thomazeau, Ian Boswell, Lizzy Banks, Ciro Scognamiglio, Mitch Docker, Harry Tanfield and Ben Lowe of VeloViewer, with their predictions for the upcoming cycling season. Will young…
 
"For fans of ‘Sorry to Bother You’ and ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ — a crackling, satirical debut novel about a young man given a shot at stardom as the lone Black salesman at a mysterious, cult-like, and wildly successful startup where nothing is as it seems. Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Book Cover and Author headshot images provided by the …
 
Can COVID-19 lockdowns and stay-at-home orders work without paid sick leave, when some workers can't afford to stay home if they're unwell? Matt Galloway discusses the benefit of such a system, and what it would take to implement it, with Peel Medical Officer of Health Dr. Lawrence Loh and employment lawyer Lior Samfiru.…
 
Longtime Conservative strategist Ken Boessenkool says he's often tolerated "casual Trumpism" in his political and personal life, but no more. He explains why he wants his party to address populism and voter anger with policy, not allow candidates to stroke it for votes. Plus, our national affairs panel, Charelle Evelyn and Kelly Cryderman, discuss …
 
The Irish Taoiseach Micheál Martin will offer a state apology today to survivors of mother and baby homes, where unwed women were forcefully separated from their children, kept in terrible conditions, and thousands of babies died. We discuss trauma and change with survivor Anne Harris, and Colm O'Gorman, executive director of Amnesty International …
 
The federal government is considering a terrorist designation for the far-right Proud Boys group. Matt Galloway discusses the influence of the group in Canada, what the designation would mean, and the work of deradicalization, with Amarnath Amarasingam, assistant professor in the School of Religion at Queen's University, and Cynthia Miller-Idriss, …
 
There are many potential underlying causes for neck and upper extremity pain. All too often, only the most common conditions such as a disk herniation or carpal tunnel syndrome are explored.The purpose of this course is to review other common problems (such as radiculitis), and not so common (such as rib arthropathy pain syndromes) that can affect …
 
With his podcast 99% Invisible, Roman Mars tells the fascinating backstories of everyday things that we may not give a second thought, from barbed wire to a plaque on a bench. He joins us to discuss his new book The 99% Invisible City: A Field Guide to the Hidden World of Everyday Design, and the benefit of slowing down and looking around.…
 
We discuss the national security implications of the attack on the U.S. Capitol, and proposals to remove U.S. President Donald Trump from office, with William Inboden of the Clements Center for National Security at the University of Texas, and David Priess, author of How To Get Rid of a President. We also talk about efforts to identify people in th…
 
Amid the pandemic, Canadian airlines are using deals and social media campaigns to encourage people to travel, despite stern government advisories not to. Should Canadians be taking up those offers? We talk to Oksana Mashchak, a travel advisor who has journeyed abroad during the pandemic; Ubish Yaren, a tour guide in Mexico who is torn between brin…
 
Some far-right watchers say the mayhem in the U.S. Capitol this week was a long time coming, and social media fanned the flames. Matt Galloway talks to Jen Schradie, a digital sociologist at Sciences Po in Paris, and Seyward Darby, opinion writer at the New York Times and the editor in chief of The Atavist Magazine.…
 
Exactly one year ago, 176 people were killed when Iran shot down Flight PS752. In a look to her forthcoming documentary, The Current producer Samira Mohyeddin brings us the voices of fathers who lost loved ones on that flight — men who have bonded over their shared loss, and their fight for answers.
 
"We’re going to start the New Year continuing from where we left off last week — by listening to clips from my top five favorite interviews of 2020. Book Cover images provided by the author’s representative.00:00 - Show Opening01:07 - Episode Intro02:50 - Clip from Eric Weiner, “The Socrates Express” (October 8)08:01 - Hey Rose - Son Little10:56 - …
 
Where does accountability lie for the violence and chaos in Washington yesterday, when a pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S. Capitol? Matt Galloway talks to Pearl Dowe, a professor of political science and African American studies at Emory University; John Fund, a columnist with the National Review; and Joanne Freeman, a professor of U.S. history and Am…
 
Is it safe for kids to be back in school, given rising COVID-19 case numbers in much of the country? Epidemiologists Colin Furness and Ashleigh Tuite weigh in. We also hear from B.C. elementary school teacher Jennifer Heighton, who is back in the classroom but wants more transparency, and better protective measures.…
 
This week I talk about Marc Hirschi's shocking premature exit from Team DSM and where he is likely headed next. Then Keegan Swirbul comes on to talk about how he went from living in an RV to racing professionally in Europe in the span of a week. Sign up for the newsletter Support the podcast by buying me a coffee…
 
It's been a long time since Canadians have been able to safely get together with families and friends in large groups, and you might be starting to get sick of group video calls. No worries — there's an app for that. Or apps. Montreal artist Marie Claire Leblanc Flanagan shows us some creative ways for people to connect online.…
 
A new cookbook from the UN Refugee Agency in Canada shares recipes from refugees who have made Canada their home — highlighting the tastes and aromas that connect them to the homes they left behind. We talk to three contributors, Aya Wadi, Yasmen de Leon, and Rivka Augenfeld about the recipes and the cultures they’re sharing.…
 
In a special Q&A segment, we put listener questions about the COVID-19 vaccines and their rollout to Dr. Lisa Barrett, a clinician scientist with expertise in infectious disease and immunology at Dalhousie University, and Dr. Gerald Evans, an infectious disease specialist at Queen's University and Kingston Health Sciences Centre.…
 
The arrival of the Moderna vaccine in some Indigenous and northern communities is being welcomed with hope — and some hesitancy. To discuss why it could be game changer for remote communities, Matt Galloway speaks with Feddie Louie, director of the Emergency Operations Centre for the Tahltan Central Government in northern B.C., Grand Chief Jerry Da…
 
All eyes are on the state of Georgia Tuesday, where two elections will determine whether Democrats or Republicans control the U.S. Senate. Felicia Davis is the convener for the Clayton County Black Women’s Roundtable, and Helen Butler is executive director of the Georgia Coalition for the People's Agenda. They join us to discuss what’s at stake, an…
 
Politicians are under fire for travelling abroad during the COVID-19 pandemic despite public health guidelines that urged Canadians to stay home. Mark Pickup, associate professor of political science at Simon Fraser University, discusses whether the revelations could damage public trust, and adherence to guidelines designed to curb COVID-19.…
 
Psychosocial factors have become increasingly recognized as important moderators and determinants of the pain experience. One such factor that has garnered great empirical attention is pain catastrophizing. Pain catastrophizing has been described for more than half a century, yet many frontline practitioners continue to be unfamiliar with the const…
 
We're kicking off 2021 with a virtual party — an open house filled with laughter and live music to see out the old, and look to the new. Olympian Clara Hughes, Giller Prize-winning author Madeleine Thien, and entrepreneur and philanthropist Mohamad Fakih discuss what they've learned in the pandemic, and their hopes for the new year. Author, ER phys…
 
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