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Tennis analysis from beyond the baseline. Hosted by Simon Bushell and Devang Desai, Open Era covers the headlines and oddities from the ATP and WTA. Ranging from the 'Big Three' to Canada’s meteoric rise in the tennis world, Open Era keeps you informed and entertained.
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A weekly sports history podcast hosted by Andrew "the Zubes" Zuber and actor Jake Goldsbie (Degrassi, Molly's Game). Each week Jake and Zubes take an irreverent look at some of the biggest moments in Toronto sports histroy with a discussion filled with all the humorous overreaction one might come to expect from passionate sports fans. This is serious stuff. Look for new episodes on Friday.
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It's like a book club, but for video games. Camille Salazar-Hadaway and Nick Andrade dive headfirst into gameplay of some of the most popular titles, weaving their way through the story to bring you their highest highs, lowest lows, biggest frustrations and greatest failures. Discover which side quests are worth your time and where they keep all those sneaky easter eggs. It's a gaming podcast where both new releases and long time favorites find a home. WARNING: Spoilers Exist
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Come one, come all, to this tragic affair, and subscribe here for the best music show in your podcast library. Hosted by Blake Murphy and Jake Goldsbie, Columbia House Party is your home for Riots and Black Parades, Cork Trees and Significant Others. At times it will showcase the very finest the music industry had to offer, often around the pop-punk and emo boom of the early-to-mid 2000s. At its worst, it will indulge in those forgotten records we all have lurking in our collection. All the ...
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America’s Next Top Model premiered in 2003, and has not been brought to justice in the nearly two decades since. Enter Cassie and Erin - two failed models, who each week sit down with an episode of the show to recap, review and reassess the competition that dared to ask “do you want to be on top?” The answer might surprise us all.
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9.79. The Golden Goal. Borg-McEnroe. Seminal moments in sports history deserved to be remembered in all their detail. Hosted by Simon Bushell and Devang Desai, The Sport Chronicle goes deep into the moments that defined generations
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A weekly football show hosted by Kristian Jack & Steven Caldwell, focused on the English top flight, Major League Soccer and the Canadian soccer program. We record on Sunday evenings and deliver to listeners for their Monday morning commute. The 60 minute podcast features discussions on the top matches from the weekend, as well as all the big football fodder. Includes: Lot of fun and a ton of insight.
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Welcome to A Football Podcast. A weekly football show hosted by Devang Desai & David Gass, focused on Major League Soccer, Canadian Premier League and the rest of the World of Football. The 60 minute podcast features discussions on the top matches from the weekend, as well as all the big football fodder. Includes: Lot of fun and a ton of insight.
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Howdy, I’m Clayton Hansler. I’ve been working in film, television and sports for 15 years now - but you probably know me as either being that annoying AHL guy or the dude that created a soccer documentary series. I've befriended some of the most talented, smart, creative and funny people along the way and this podcast is a conversation between myself many of them... or some people that I'm meeting for the first time. The guests are usually people way more popular than me and their stories ar ...
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This week on Sportsfeld Storytime, we wrap up our look back at the 2014 Blue Jays and their epic 19-inning win over the Detroit Tigers. This week we look at what came after those 19 innings and it was... nothing good. As the Blue Jays limped to the finish, another peak Jose Bautista year wasted, the Blue Jays knew something had to change. And somet…
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It's reunion time for AutoSave and Final Fantasy! Nick and Camille dive into the highly anticipated sequel, Final Fantasy VII: Rebirth, and to share in the excitement we are joined by Steve Vegvari (@SVegvari) from Console Creature and A Gaming Podcast. We get to hear Cloud talk about his experience serving under Sephiroth, figure out how his mento…
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Rome, it’s been a slice. On this week’s Open Era, Simon and Devang recap another Iga Swiatek vs. Aryna Sabalenka final, with the Pole coming out on top yet again. The boys discuss the WTA landscape and just how much of a favourite Iga will be in Paris. On the men’s side, it was a shitshow. Nadal’s early exit, Djokovic and the bottle and a wide open…
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In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by Jeff Rosenstock (@jeffrosenstock) to discuss Rilo Kiley’s excellent 2004 album More Adventurous. Is there a cooler band than Rilo Kiley, and a cooler singer than Jenny Lewis? It’s hard to figure.. Find out more about which Rilo Kiley song Jeff had his …
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Our look back at the 2014 Blue Jays, the team that didn't go all in when they could've, hits its pinnacle with the last good moment of the Jays season. A marathon six and a half hour, 19-inning game that ends with a walk off bases loaded single from Jose Bautista. This win, which probably should've kicked off a streak, actually started them down th…
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It took Iga Swiatek 46 minutes to win her first title in Rome. It took Rafael Nadal 162 minutes to win his 10th title in Rome. They’re at different points in their careers, but let there be little doubt, both players are incredible. This week on Open Era, Simon and Devang recount an amazing week for the Polish teen and examine yet another riveting …
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In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy dive into Say Anything’s 2004 pop-punk classic …Is a Real Boy (and, technically, their 2006 build-on …Was a Real Boy). It’s an album that stands out from its own scene upon review, somewhat ironically given the album’s heavy criticism of the scene itself. Find out m…
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This week on Sportsfeld Storytime we continue our look back at the 2014 Blue Jays and their momentous 19 inning win over the Tigers in August, as well as their inevitable collapse. In Part 2, we take you to April of 2014, optimism is in the air, the Blue Jays are playing great despite not really having an infield, and then action at the trade deadl…
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Was that the best WTA Final of the year? Devang and Simon certainly thought it was right up there. The ATP side? Well, that was a different story. We were both worried that someone would withdraw from the final while it was happening. Enjoy us unpacking a very strange week in Madrid plus Parting Shots as always! Sick of hearing all the ads? Subscri…
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Please open your sad teen textbooks to Page 1. In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are screaming infidelities and sharing all their best deceptions as they break down the 2001 album from Dashboard Confessional, The Places You Have Come to Fear the most. Find out more about Chris Carrabba’s transition …
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The question about which is the most frustrating Blue Jays season we can remember has come up recently, and we've got to give it up for the 2014 Blue Jays team that frustrated all of us and the entire clubhouse by refusing to make a major move at the deadline. To get there, we start by looking at the big transaction that made us believe in the firs…
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Hola a todos! We are pleased to be back after Devang’s back injury. Unfortunately, it will keep him out of the French Open. He joins Simon this week to chat about the winners and losers of the past few weeks on the European Clay Courts. Plus they get into Garbiñe Muguruza’s retirement and Russel Fuller’s article on the future of tennis. Sick of hea…
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Watch Out! In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by Sam Sutherland (@SamSthrlnd) of the blink-155 podcast to talk about…not blink-182, surprisingly. Instead, the trio takes a deep look at alexisonfire’s sophomore 2004 album Watch Out! Sam’s choice of album surprised, but explained through the…
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It iiiiiissss Sportsfeld Storytime. On the final episode of our look back at Game 7 of the 2014 Raptors-Nets series, we look at the aftermath of the Raptors' crushing loss at the buzzer. We discuss why this loss was the beginning of something for the Raptors, and how the 2014 season and playoff run laid the groundwork for what would become the even…
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It’s Yuffie time! To conclude our FF7 Remake saga, Nick and Cam get into the DLC INTERmission (it would feel wrong to end any other way). Square Enix offers a look into what was going on elsewhere in Midgar while the main plot was unfolding. The defender of Wutai herself, Yuffie Kisaragi, infiltrates Midgar to steal materia. Seems simple, right? Go…
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This week we profile someone that never became world number one or captured a Grand Slam, but accomplished something no other player has . David Nalbandian defied explanation, until you saw what he could do on the court when everything was just ‘right.’ We saw that happen in 2007 at the Madrid Open when he became the first and only person to beat N…
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In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by Taylor Markarian (@TKMarkarian), author of From The Basement: A History of Emo Music and How It Changed Society, to reminisce about the self-titled 2003 debut from The All-American Rejects. Tyson Ritter hive, it’s your time to log on. Find out more abo…
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It iiiiiiiiis Sportsfeld Storytime. In part 3 of our 2014 Raptors vs Nets Game 7 lookback, we deal with the final game of the Fuck Brooklyn series. Joe Johnson continues his neverending run of games dominating the Raptors, Drake beefs with KG courtside, Terrence Ross comes up huge in the clutch and Paul Pierce has the last laugh on a big block. But…
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Is change a good thing? On this week’s episode Camille and Nick take on the final chapter of Final Fantasy 7 Remake and discuss the twists and turns along the way. Midgar might not be the same once Sephiroth gets involved. Got thoughts? Join the AutoSave Discord to chat more about this mission, other games you're playing or what's coming out soon. …
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Stefanos Tsitsipas wins in Monte Carlo again. It’s becoming almost routine for the Greek after he saw off a low ranking Danish player in the final. Devang and Simon examine a controversial week in the tax haven where the debate about line calling continued to dominate the headlines. Sick of hearing all the ads? Subscribe to Soda Premium on Apple Po…
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It’s about time. In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy finally open up the grunge side of the podcast, diving deep on Nirvana’s industry-changing 1993 album In Utero. If you preferred Nevermind, well, blame the Patreon supporters who voted for this, and maybe give that take a second thought upon re-list…
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It iiiiiiiiisss Sportsfeld Storytime. In Part Two of our look back at Game 7 of the 2014 Raptors/Nets series, we dig into the first six games of a wild series. Today, we remember DeMar Derozan and Kyle Lowry being actually good in the playoffs, the birth of JV Hive, an absolutely crazy basketball game overshadowed by the Rob Ford crack tape, and th…
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All hell breaks loose. Nick and Camille have a front row seat to the action-packed climax of FF7 Remake while meeting some old Final Fantasy favorites along the way. This is one episode you don’t want to miss. Got thoughts? Join the AutoSave Discord to chat more about this mission, other games you're playing or what's coming out soon. Sick of heari…
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Graf, Navratilova, Seles, Serena, Hingis... Jennifer Capriati not only competed with the game’s greats, she beat them. It was an unconventional path. From youth prodigy to tennis survivor, Capriati put herself back in slam contention in 2003 when she met Justine Henin in an all-time classic semifinal under the lights at Arthur Ashe. Sick of hearing…
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In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by Katie Heindl (@wtevs) to discuss FEELINGS and the 2014 album Singles from Future Islands. It’s a bit more of a pop turn than usual for the hosts, but upon deeper listening, it fits right in with the CHP ethos. Find out more about how freestyle rapping …
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It iiiiiiisss Sportsfeld Storytime. It's October and the Raptors aren't playing, so let's look back at an original Raptors heartbreak that also marks the beginning of the Champion Raptors as we know them today. This month, we're looking back at the 2014 first round series against Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and the Brooklyn Nets. In Episode 1 we loo…
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First up, save Aerith! Camille and Nick ride shotgun with Avalanche as they pick up the pieces following Sector 7’s destruction. An unlikely ally is revealed to Cloud, and the whole crew find themselves in a sticky situation along the way. Got thoughts? Join the AutoSave Discord to chat more about this mission, other games you're playing or what's …
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What a week in Miami. A sentence Open Era never thought it would write! Danielle Collins won her home tournament in what will be her final year on tour. Plus, Jannik Sinner continued to steamroll the ATP Tour. Devang and Simon unpack a weighty few weeks in parting shots including skirting close to the edge of a few libel laws. You wouldn’t expect a…
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In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy explore TV on the Radio’s Return to Cookie Mountain, what they feel is one of the best albums to come out of the early-2000s indie rock boom. So much so, in fact, that this episode invites the first discussion of a potential CHP Hall of Fame for one of TV on the Rad…
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The fall of 2016 was a time when all were wondering who the Blue Jays were and what exactly they could do. The previous year had brought the city to a high that hadn't been witnessed since 1993, but this was a new year and a team that had undergone much change. It took the Jays until game 162 to earn their Wild Card slot and the only thing standing…
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Avalanche has lost a key member, but who could it be? We have reached the point in the story where it really feels like this group just cannot win. Nick and Camille take a look back over Cloud’s journey, Sector 7 takes a beating, and we wonder if there is any way back for Avalanche. Got thoughts? Join the AutoSave Discord to chat more about this mi…
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Iga Swiatek won over 11 thousand ranking points in 2022. That’s the most since Serena Williams in 2003. You know you’re in good company when you’re the “most since Serena.” This week, Devang and Simon look back at a season for the ages. The Polish phenom Iga Swiatek and her record breaking exploits through 2022. Sick of hearing all the ads? Subscri…
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In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by poet, essayist, and cultural critic Hanif Abdurraqib (@NifMuhammad, abdurraqib.com) to discuss the seminal 1982 Descendents album Milo Goes to College. It’s a wider-ranging chat than usual, thanks to Hanif’s incredible insight and thoughtfulness about …
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The fall of 2016 was a time when all were wondering who the Blue Jays were and what exactly they could do. The previous year had brought the city to a high that hadn't been witnessed since 1993, but this was a new year and a team that had undergone much change. It took the Jays until game 162 to earn their Wild Card slot and the only thing standing…
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Aerith might be haunted! Alright, perhaps we are pushing it a bit, but her memories sure are strange. It is officially the start of spooky season as Camille and Nick go through a couple of haunted missions with Cloud, Tifa and Aerith in search of the answers to some big secrets. Got thoughts? Join the AutoSave Discord to chat more about this missio…
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Carlos Alcaraz and Iga Swiatek win Indian Wells again. We really need better script writers in tennis sometimes. All joking aside, it was actually a really interesting tournament in Indian Wells. Jannik Sinner finally had his 2024 winning streak snapped and we had a Maria Sakkari sighting! Finally, Devang and Simon turn to Parting Shots and try to …
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Isn’t it ironic? In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy go deep on a Canadian classic, Alanis Morissette’s incredible 1995 album Jagged Little Pill. Not only is the album excellent, it’s credited with facilitating important change in the rock scene for the late-90s and beyond. Find out more about Alanis’…
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The fall of 2016 was a time when all were wondering who the Blue Jays were and what exactly they could do. The previous year had brought the city to a high that hadn't been witnessed since 1993, but this was a new year and a team that had undergone much change. It took the Jays until game 162 to earn their Wild Card slot and the only thing standing…
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Romantic tension, ooh la la! This week Nick and Camille spend two glorious chapters (and nearly six hours of gameplay) examining the budding relationship between Cloud and Aerith all the while dissecting the bizarre happenings in Wall Market. It’s a wild ride! Got thoughts? Join the AutoSave Discord to chat more about this mission, other games you'…
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