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A sports podcast about nothing. Sportsfeld is a weekly sports and comedy podcast hosted by Andrew 'The Zubes' Zuber (Yahoo! Canada) and actor Jake Goldsbie (Molly's Game, Degrassi, Bad Jews). Each week Jake and Zubes take an irreverent look at the sports world in an hour long discussion filled with all the humorous overreaction one might come to expect from passionate sports fans. This is serious stuff.
 
Communion often begins with good conversation, and good conversation often begins around the table. Join in on the table talk with award-winning singers, songwriters and authors Mark Lowry and Andrew Greer and their thoughtful guests for the brand new TV show and podcast – Dinner Conversations ... Turning the Light On One Question at a Time.
 
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The Blue Jays continue their desperate fight to make the 2021 playoffs, taking care of business against the Minnesota Twins and then fighting valiantly to steal a win from the Tampa Bay Rays at The Trop. But not before controversy befalls the team as Kevin Kiermaier maybe kind of steals Alejandro Kirk's matchup card and pays for it with a fastball …
 
It iiiiiis Sportsfeld Storytime. This month, we are looking back to the Raptors' first trip to the Conference Finals. The 2015-16 Raptors won 56 games, hosted the NBA All-Star Game, then survived two Game 7's en route to facing one of the best teams of the modern era in the Eastern Conference Final. In episode 1, the guys go through what was -- at …
 
What a difference a few weeks makes! Jake is back from vacation on the East Coast and he has returned to a baseball team in a much different spot than when he left. The Jays are currently sitting on top of the wild card standings after going 13-2 in the time since he was last cohosting the show. We retrace how we got here, including a miracle win o…
 
It iiiiiiiis Sportsfeld Storytime. This month, Jake and Zubes take a trip all the way back to August of 2015 to talk about a team that doesn't get enough press, the 2015 Toronto Blue Jays. Before the bat flip, before the AL East title, before the heartbreak, the focus was on one man and his Blue Jays debut. Yes, we are talking about the one, the on…
 
The Toronto Blue Jays are on fire. They are now just outside of the Wild Card race with 25 games to go and plenty of games against one of the teams they need to catch: the New York Yankees. Drew Fairservice of The Athletic podcast Spin Rate and newsletter Vlad Religion stops by to talk about the way the team has turned things around a look toward t…
 
It iiiiiiiis Sportsfeld Storytime. This month, Jake and Zubes take a trip all the way back to August of 2015 to talk about a team that doesn't get enough press, the 2015 Toronto Blue Jays. Before the bat flip, before the AL East title, before the heartbreak, the focus was on one man and his Blue Jays debut. Yes, we are talking about the one, the on…
 
We told you Robbie Ray was going to be good this year! After another stellar start, we lay out the case to bring back Robbie Ray for another year, and hey, why not add Marcus Semien to the list of guys that are coming back next year? Plus, it looks like Vladdy has gotten locked back in to the hitting happy zone. As long as it's not too late to make…
 
It iiiiiiiis Sportsfeld Storytime. This month, Jake and Zubes take a trip all the way back to August of 2015 to talk about a team that doesn't get enough press, the 2015 Toronto Blue Jays. Before the bat flip, before the AL East title, before the heartbreak, the focus was on one man and his Blue Jays debut. Yes, we are talking about the one, the on…
 
The Blue Jays are still not in a playoff spot, no matter how much the teams ahead of them try to help them do it, the Jays lose to teams like the TIGERS AND NATIONALS with 40 games left and the 2nd wild card within grasp. This week, we examine every different factor we can think of responsible for this mess, and then try to wrap it all up with the …
 
It iiiiiiiis Sportsfeld Storytime. This month, Jake and Zubes take a trip all the way back to August of 2015 to talk about a team that doesn't get enough press, the 2015 Toronto Blue Jays. Before the bat flip, before the AL East title, before the heartbreak, the focus was on one man and his Blue Jays debut. Yes, we are talking about the one, the on…
 
Well, that was a really not fun week of games. After a frustrating split against the Angels and a series dropped to the Seattle Mariners, the Jays kept the bad times rolling with a George Springer injury and a pair of losses to the Washington Nationals. So where do they go from here, who do we blame, and what can get them back on track? A lot of gr…
 
Sportsfeld Storytime is back and locked in on the 2002 NHL Playoffs, this time focusing on the Eastern Conference Finals. After a hard fought 7-game series win against the Ottawa Senators, Leafs Nation was a buzz as they can taste the Stanley Cup Finals. The only thing standing in their way is a group of veterans like Ron Francis, Rod Brind'Amour a…
 
Are the Blue Jays at the start of a major run? They started off their first true home stand in years with a 9-2 record, including and incredible breakout performance from George Springer. But is Vlad Jr. slowing down enough to concern us? Plus, Canada's women's national team completes their journey to a gold medal, while Masai stays with the Raptor…
 
Sportsfeld Storytime is back and locked in on the 2002 NHL Playoffs, this time focusing on the Eastern Conference Finals. After a hard fought 7-game series win against the Ottawa Senators, Leafs Nation was a buzz as they can taste the Stanley Cup Finals. The only thing standing in their way is a group of veterans like Ron Francis, Rod Brind'Amour a…
 
Transactions giveth, and transactions taketh away. In the span of just a few short hours, we said goodbye to franchise icon Kyle Lowry and a massively successful era of Toronto Raptors basketball, while also celebrating the Blue Jays using some prospect capital at the trade deadline to bring in a new stud starting pitcher and hopefully load up for …
 
Sportsfeld Storytime is back and locked in on the 2002 NHL Playoffs, this time focusing on the Eastern Conference Finals. After a hard fought 7-game series win against the Ottawa Senators, Leafs Nation was a buzz as they can taste the Stanley Cup Finals. The only thing standing in their way is a group of veterans like Ron Francis, Rod Brind'Amour a…
 
200 Episodes! To celebrate our bicentennial episode, the sports world has lined up three major transaction days back to back to back, with the MLB Trade Deadline, NHL Free Agency, and NBA Draft all lined up in a row, with Toronto teams in the middle of all the action on all three fronts. Plus, we look back at what has happened in the world since ou…
 
Sportsfeld Storytime is back and locked in on the 2002 NHL Playoffs, this time focusing on the Eastern Conference Finals. After a hard fought 7-game series win against the Ottawa Senators, Leafs Nation was a buzz as they can taste the Stanley Cup Finals. The only thing standing in their way is a group of veterans like Ron Francis, Rod Brind'Amour a…
 
We're rolling into the Dog Days of summer, and the Toronto Blue Jays dropped some good news: They'll be back home for the first time in almost two years at Rogers Centre at the end of the month. Plus, does winning the NBA title mean we will stop calling the Bucks frauds? All that plus some Olympics discussion and our continued effort to make baseba…
 
It's 2002 and there's a thick layer of hope wafting in the air around the Air Canada Centre. The Leafs have finished 2nd in the East, only one point back of the Bruins. Mats Sundin is the highest scoring centre in the league and has led the team to their 4th consecutive playoff appearance. The supporting cast is stronger than ever with Darcy Tucker…
 
The Toronto Blue Jays have hit the midway point of the season, so we're handing out evaluations for the entire starting lineup. Vladdy is an obvious A+++ but where does the rest of the lineup rank? Plus, after the Euro, Zubes might be thinking about cheering for a Premier League team and you'll probably hate which team he picks. Isn't that the poin…
 
It's 2002 and there's a thick layer of hope wafting in the air around the Air Canada Centre. The Leafs have finished 2nd in the East, only one point back of the Bruins. Mats Sundin is the highest scoring centre in the league and has led the team to their 4th consecutive playoff appearance. The supporting cast is stronger than ever with Darcy Tucker…
 
The Toronto Blue Jays made another deal to address the bullpen this week, moving on from fan favourite Rowdy Tellez in exchange for Trevor Richards. We examine other trade options among the catchers on the roster, and ask if England is actually going to win Euro 2020. Then we talk Taking Back Sunday and introductory life-changing albums, along with…
 
It's 2002 and there's a thick layer of hope wafting in the air around the Air Canada Centre. The Leafs have finished 2nd in the East, only one point back of the Bruins. Mats Sundin is the highest scoring centre in the league and has led the team to their 4th consecutive playoff appearance. The supporting cast is stronger than ever with Darcy Tucker…
 
The trade deadline is a month away and the Toronto Blue Jays got ahead of the market by sending Joe Panik to the Miami Marlins for reliever Adam Cimber and outfielder Corey Dickerson. All signs point to the Jays continuing to add as the month rolls on, and with how the offense is performing there's reason to believe in the team and why they'll be a…
 
🥳 SEASON FINALE! Today is our final, regular programming for Season 2 of Resilient Retail. Today, our host Kristen LaFrance is walkig us through the three pillars of community-led retail, aka- the next era of successful commerce. Tune in to hear her thoughts, emotions, and heartfelt response to this season. But don't worry- we'll be back with a wra…
 
Today Steph Laposta is joined by Jeremy + Julie Brown of Province of Canada for the last episode of Real Life Retail, a weekly segment with honest, candid conversations with retailers. To finish the season off they talk about the creation of Province of Canada, the patience it takes to build a business, their thoughts on having a physical retail st…
 
It's 2002 and there's a thick layer of hope wafting in the air around the Air Canada Centre. The Leafs have finished 2nd in the East, only one point back of the Bruins. Mats Sundin is the highest scoring centre in the league and has led the team to their 4th consecutive playoff appearance. The supporting cast is stronger than ever with Darcy Tucker…
 
REI needs no introduction. They’ve been a juggernaut in the outdoor retail industry for decades, and most of us already know that their customer experience is absolutely unmatched. In this episode, Chief Experience Officer Curtis Kopf digs into the ways that REI builds community, adventure, and sustainability into every touchpoint. That means amazi…
 
George Springer is back in the Toronto Blue Jays lineup, just in time to help pull them out of a rock bottom loss to the Orioles where Charlie Montoyo did enough to get suspended but not thrown out of the game. Plus, We The Fourth, the Toronto Raptors got some lottery luck to move up to the 4th overall pick, something you would've known if you list…
 
So much of Resilient Retail this season has been about the importance of brand. But what happens when you take brand out of the equation? Well, you get Italic. They’re rethinking the basics of commerce by connecting top-tier manufacturers directly to customers at the lowest possible markup. It’s a more radical move than you might think. This episod…
 
Venus ET Fleur is a husband-and-wife-led luxury brand disrupting the flower industry - not least by offering roses that last a full year with minimal upkeep. That alone would set them apart. But they’ve also nailed an exciting, innovative approach to meeting their customer’s needs, no matter how they enter the funnel. Maintaining pitch-perfect oper…
 
It’s May 2001. The Raptors are still the youngest franchise in the NBA and have yet to earn respect around the league. Their previous season ended with a sweep courtesy of the New York Knicks, and in the offseason they lost budding star Tracy McGrady to the Orlando Magic. But there’s hope in the air. Vince Carter has emerged as a star, and carried …
 
Every single day we get up, work at our jobs, then unwind by watching the Toronto Blue Jays bullpen ruin game after game. The Jays could've had an incredible week full of wins over divisional rivals and top teams in the American League, and instead they are still fluttering around .500 after a handful of blown leads. We sort through the mess with q…
 
DTC subscription and in-store retail often feel like they’re coming from opposite ends of the shopping spectrum. So what happens when you combine the two? Shane Pittson, VP of Growth at Quip, is all about creating a shopping experience that helps customers build healthy oral care habits in the most convenient ways possible. This episode digs into t…
 
Join Steph LaPosta each week for Real Life Retail. A weekly segment with honest, candid conversations with retailers. Today we have a special episode in celebration of PRIDE month! Joined by Queeriosity folks Eli Holtz and Kai Joseph, to chat about starting Queeriosity, the struggles of going through the production process, getting their product so…
 
It’s May 2001. The Raptors are still the youngest franchise in the NBA and have yet to earn respect around the league. Their previous season ended with a sweep courtesy of the New York Knicks, and in the offseason they lost budding star Tracy McGrady to the Orlando Magic. But there’s hope in the air. Vince Carter has emerged as a star, and carried …
 
Most entrepreneurs would have balked at the decision to launch Neighborhood Goods in late 2018. After all, many department stores were barely surviving by the end of the 2010s, and the department store retail model appeared to be on the verge of collapse. But against all odds, co-founder and CEO Matt Alexander has leveraged amazing growth in changi…
 
The Toronto Blue Jays have faced a bunch of teams they'll be competing with to land a playoff spot over the last three weeks, and despite playing well they find themselves 4th place in the AL East and on the outside looking in at the playoff picture. As they hit the 60 game mark, we examine where the team is positioned to make a run and if there's …
 
Emanuel Edwards took a big risk when he transitioned to managing his curated vintage brand The Goody Vault full-time in early 2021. Thanks to the fact that he’d already been building relationships via his one-on-one showroom experience for a couple years, he was ready to hit the ground running when the Vault moved from side hustle to main attractio…
 
Join Steph LaPosta each week for Real Life Retail. A weekly segment with honest, candid conversations with retailers. In this episode, Jenna Lam, from Early Bird & Worm and Nest & Hatch, joins us to chat about starting a private label, the challenges of not being able to plan, and the rollercoaster of owning a business.…
 
It’s May 2001. The Raptors are still the youngest franchise in the NBA and have yet to earn respect around the league. Their previous season ended with a sweep courtesy of the New York Knicks, and in the offseason they lost budding star Tracy McGrady to the Orlando Magic. But there’s hope in the air. Vince Carter has emerged as a star, and carried …
 
Jennifer Fisher has styled for clients from Miley Cyrus to Rihanna, but her jewelry brand’s major break came in 2006, when Uma Thurman wore one of Jennifer’s custom necklaces on the cover of Glamour magazine. Since then, Jennifer Fisher Jewelry has exploded. Her creations have appeared in Vogue, Variety, People, Elle, and more. She’s expanded into …
 
Join Kristen and Halie LeSavage to cover the hottest industry news and trends of this week. Sadly it's the last episode with Halie around but we’re here to chat about Amazon Prime Day and back to school shopping, Etsy’s acquisition of Depop, the power of physical retail, and Bed Bath and Beyond’s new changes.…
 
How in the world did the Toronto Maple Leafs do this again??? An absolutely inexcusable trio of losses to the Montreal Canadiens brings the Maple Leafs season to a close without winning a single playoff series AGAIN. We pick through the damage of the first round disaster and look at what it should mean for the future of the core. Plus we get a litt…
 
A pizzeria isn’t generally what comes to mind when we think of retail, but General Assembly Pizza (also known as GA Pizza) isn’t exactly playing by the rules. Since 2017, they’ve been rewriting the playbook for fast casual. Founder and CEO Ali Khan Lalani has built the brand around truly seamless customer experiences. That means focusing on the con…
 
It’s May 2001. The Raptors are still the youngest franchise in the NBA and have yet to earn respect around the league. Their previous season ended with a sweep courtesy of the New York Knicks, and in the offseason they lost budding star Tracy McGrady to the Orlando Magic. But there’s hope in the air. Vince Carter has emerged as a star, and carried …
 
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