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Motherhood can be traumatic! Selam's engaging personal narrative details how becoming a mother transforms every aspect of life; marriage, career, health, community, and self-identity. Selam uses a diary format to explore how the hurried, patriarchal, and unequal world leaves working moms out of breath and overwhelmed! Using collective wisdom, Selam invites us to reflect on sustainable practices for life. At times hilarious, uplifting, and frustrating. Each episode is a virtual hug from one s ...
 
Welcome to Bonn Park, where podcast hosts Marshall Ward and Sara Geidlinger chat in-depth with fascinating people living, working, and creating in Waterloo Region -- an area known as the "creative capital of Canada." Each episode features a different guest, with artists, writers, experts, entrepreneurs, and other creative folk talking about their motivations, inspirations, and aspirations. Marshall is a longtime newspaper columnist who has interviewed Hollywood celebrities and local characte ...
 
Karikaturat famëkeqe pikëlluan zemrën e çdo myslimani dhe njollosën çdo parim të lirisë së shprehjes por, tërë kjo vetëm se e shtoi dashurinë e myslimanëve ndaj Pejgamberit (paqja dhe mëshira e Allahut qofshin mbi të). E si mos ta duam atë që Allahu e lartësoi me virtytet dhe cilësitë më të mira. E kjo është edhe esenca e ligjëratës së hoxhës së nderuar Bledar Haxhiu.
 
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Mark Logan is the owner of Encore Records, celebrating 40 years in downtown Kitchener. Sara and Marshall sit down with Mark to talk about the early days of Encore Records, his indie record label Busted Flat Records, the resurgence of vinyl, and how a small, independent record store has survived a pandemic. ENCORE RECORDS BONN PARK INSTAGRAM SUPPORT…
 
Salma Nasr El Din is an Egyptian-Canadian painter. A graduate of the University of Alexandria’s Fine Arts program, majoring in expressive arts and interior design, Nasr El Din talks with Sara and Marshall about her exquisitely striking imagery inspired by vintage photography and the bygone era of female portraiture and elegance, and her gratitude f…
 
Sassy Ray is a burlesque artist and the founder of Sassy Ray Burlesque. Burlesque, sometimes performed in speakeasies or “retro-style bars,” is a widely misunderstood art form, blending genres of entertainment in a unique form of social satire and free speech. In a delightfully spirited conversation with Sara and Marshall, Sassy Ray shares insight …
 
In the second episode of Bonn Park’s two-part series called Girls for Change, brought to you by Google Waterloo, Marshall and Sara chat with Leya Oommen, an award-winning Grade 10 student at Waterloo Collegiate Institute. She discusses the Technovation project she partnered on with fellow student Ellen Brisley. We also meet Maya Elkibbi, who teache…
 
Every year, Technovation invites teams of young people from all over the world to learn the skills needed to solve real-world problems through technology. In the first episode of Bonn Park’s two-part series Girls for Change, brought to you by Google Waterloo, Sara and Marshall chat with award-winning Grade 10 Cameron Heights student Ellen Brisley a…
 
Steve Knipping is the current President of the Rotary Club of Kitchener Grand River, an active volunteer in the community, and a mental health advocate. In a wide-ranging conversation with Sara and Marshall, Knipping talks about becoming a Rotarian, overcoming anxiety, his passion for community service, and the drive to give back. https://portal.cl…
 
In the best of times, preparing for labour and delivery is both exciting and stressful. Mother of four Kandice Shiell openly shares with Sara and Marshall what it was like to give birth during a global coronavirus pandemic, followed by the isolating experience of postpartum, and the crucial role midwives play in caring for women and their families.…
 
Selam Debs is an anti-racism coach, consultant and trainer specializing in anti-Black racism, equity, inclusion and implicit bias awareness. On this week’s episode of Bonn Park, Selam speaks with Sara and Marshall about her anti-racism work, being a yoga and meditation instructor and founder of Juici Yoga, and a Lululemon ambassador. SELAM DEBS BON…
 
Founder of KW Junk Music, Mary Abdel-Malek Neil is a community musician with a passion for making music accessible to all by reclaiming items from the landfill to create inexpensive instruments. On Bonn Park with Sara and Marshall, Mary talks about community engagement, sustainability, and the many ways to upcycle material typically labeled as “jun…
 
JP Sunga is a Waterloo-based singer-songwriter who passes his time crafting his own brand of pop music, sometimes referred to as alternative soul. Currently recording the remainder of his debut full-length album, due for release in 2021, JP sat down with Sara and Marshall to chat about his new single In My Bones, the deafening sound of self-doubt, …
 
Amy Ballantyne is a health and wellness coach who doesn’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach to health. Rather, she empowers, encourages, and provides accountability for busy, working mothers who desire more ease, balance, joy, and a healthier body and mind. In a wide-ranging conversation with Sara and Marshall on Bonn Park, Ballantyne talks a…
 
With a strong commitment to child welfare, Ajirioghene Evi-Cobbinah is the Executive Director at Kind Minds Family Wellness. A not-for-profit organization, Kind Minds Family Wellness acknowledges diversity and cultural identities in its provision of short and long-term culturally informed supports to Black clientele in Waterloo Region. As an anti-B…
 
Brittney Emslie is the operations manager at the K-W Multicultural Centre. On this hour of Bonn Park, Emslie chats with Sara and Marshall about her passion for celebrating cultural diversity and helping newcomers to Waterloo Region. KW MULTICULTURAL CENTRE BONN PARK INSTAGRAM SUPPORT A LOCAL BUSINESS LIKE: ST. JACOBS FARMERS MARKET ALLEY CAT CAFE C…
 
An award-winning producer and composer, singer-songwriter JoJo Worthington is one of Canada’s most eclectic and innovative emerging artists. In the Season One finale of Bonn Park, JoJo Worthington chats in-depth with Sara and Marshall about the hypnotic flow of synthetic beats and rhythms, Fanshawe College’s Music Industry Arts program, and making …
 
In the summer of 1963, a nine-year-old boy vanished without a trace. Decades later, Kitchener-born journalist Anthony Reinhart tracked down the man who ended the boy's life. In Bonn Park's first true-crime episode, Anthony shares the story of his journey to a Florida prison to interview the man behind one of our region's most tragic murders. Anthon…
 
The lights are twinkling bright in Bonn Park this holiday season. Sara and Marshall invite you to join them for a holiday celebration of music and stories from amazing Canadian artists. On this holiday special, we'll hear performances from guests Michael Kelly Cavan, Paige Warner, Rob Witherspoon, Giselle Sanderson, and Jay Semko. Come on, join the…
 
Lina Shamoun is an award-winning hairstylist and owner of Artline Salon in Belmont Village. Born in Baghdad, Iraq, Shamoun’s family immigrated to Canada in the summer of ’98 when she was 14-years-old. In an intriguing conversation with Sara Geidlinger and Marshall Ward on Bonn Park, Shamoun talks about her competitive hairdressing background, entre…
 
Graeme Kobayashi is co-owner of Counterpoint Brewing Company, an inviting and inclusive brewery in Kitchener offering a constantly rotating tap list that speaks to different people and an endless variety of flavours and traditions In the second episode of Bonn Park’s two-part series on Counterpoint Brewing, Graeme Kobayashi talks with Sara Geidling…
 
Rich Hrytzak is co-owner of Counterpoint Brewing Company in Kitchener, serving a selection of robust porters, hoppy pale ales, and tangy gose beers. In the first episode of Bonn Park’s two-part series on Counterpoint Brewing, Rich Hrytzak chats at length with Sara Geidlinger and Marshall Ward about creating funky sour beers and creamy stouts, the m…
 
Every year on November 11, Canadians pause in a moment of silence to honour and remember those who served, and are serving, our country. On this week’s episode of Bonn Park, Sara Geidlinger and Marshall Ward sit down with writer Jody Frederick, who is writing a book about a Canadian private who died in combat at age 21 during the First World War. I…
 
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