On the show this week: Back Page; No Intelligent Life Found Here; That’s Enter Main Tent!; Extras; CQ: What do you use to filter and select the entertainment you consume, now that the world is at your doorstep for cheap?
A winter blizzard once told a Prime Minister: “It’s time to move on.”
Every time I’ve looked at the weather lately, it’s told me: “I’m not ready for you; give me a few more minutes to try something else on.”
But on the hills of my mind, the snow is receding, leading to places once undiscovered or forgotten..
STU Journalism students discuss how Generation Y deals with unemployment, and the changing models of fitness.
On the show this week: Front Page Monstrous, Inc. Floss of Truth Extras CQ: Are we living in a decadent age, with things a bit too easy, right on the edge of societal collapse? Or is this just the worry of those adjusting still to a modern world? Full list of 46 articles after the
As a participant and supporter of roleplaying games, I tend to see stories as adventures. I imagine that, while we sleep, there are quests we generate for ourselves. This is one of them… Comfortable Expectations by Christopher Bissonette from the album Periphery. Lost Landmarks by Robert Rich from the album Calling Down the Sky. Left
On the show this week: Front Page; BigNewsFoot; Hearts and Minds; Future Artificial Intelligence Life (FAIL); Extras; CQ: Should we avoid tragedy and large impacting events at all costs, or should we accept the changing nature of the universe, and let some things be beyond our control?
On February 16, 1813, 553 brave souls marched from Fredericton, NB to Kingston, ON. It took two months, and they walked through one of the worst winters on record.
Local hip-hop artist Ceeb stops by to talk about hip-hop battles, living in Fredericton, and his new album Still Down.
Entrepreneurs take note! Today I spoke with Suhaim Abdussamad of Startup Kitchen about Fredericton’s first participation in Startup Weekend coming up on March 22. This will be hosted at the Pond Deshponde Centre. Don’t forget that the week preceding the Startup Weekend is the East Coast Startup Week, with several events intended to help every
We had the pleasure of chatting with Matt Johnson of the Fredericton Community Bicycle Organization (FCBO). The FCBO hopes to build a welcoming community for information about “utility cycling” — getting on your bike as the way to get from here to there, an alternative to cars, buses or walking.
Today’s line-up: Overton Window by Rain Over St. Ambrose; Barry Awards winners; Encyclopedia of Classic Takedowns by AC Newman; Events happening around town for Valentines
On the show this week: Front Page; All In Your Mind; Animalware; Extras (IN SPAAACE!); CQ: Have we failed in modern life to account for the need for unexpected time without obligations and expectations?
Sometimes, you just have to combine a great many things together, to create something new. You don’t know why, necessarily, that you grabbed a bit here, and a bit there, but the end product is definitely a coherent whole…
On the show this week: Front Page; Ya know, like, as you do, when you get up to something; Absolute-proof; Cryptozesty Extras!; CQ: What modern myth or story-based impact can you think of — or what one would you like to become a “permanent” part of our human mythos?
Sometimes, we find ourselves surrounded by circles — and other times, they are just loops.
We’re rearranging our schedule to give you more great music all at once every weekday morning!
On the show this week: Front Page; Juxtaposition is Just A Position; Science Still Works; Work Still Works; Extras; CQ: Is History accelerating? Is there more happening now, at a pace every increasing, than ever before?
Life rebuilds. It struggles sometimes, it is broken sometimes, but it comes back together in the end. It may not come back together perfectly, but the scars of our imperfections also tell tales of strength, of bravery and of rebirth.
Sometimes, getting out of bed is the hardest part of your day. It can feel like coming out of hibernation, into the sun and promise of a new year…
TWS236: Reduce, Redict, Recycle; Front Page; Down To Earth or Hardly Human; Not Of (Or In) This World; Bye The Numbers; Monsters, Wink; ApocEclipsed; CQ: What record will be broken in 2013? A new one or an old one?
It’s a return, and a big one! This is a yearly wrap-up episode, looking back over the 1100 stories I covered this year. There will be a second episodes, because I only covered about a quarter of the articles I meant to. Thank you for your patience. My life is still disrupted, and will remain
Shake N Bake 3: The Belle Comedians! Redwood Fields! The Lee Harvey Oswalds! November 2, 10pm, $8 at the door! See you there!
Welcome all new and prospective members! The next T1 training session will be held on October 25 at 5:00pm until 7:00pm in Room 103 in the Student Union Building (SUB). That’s a conference room on the second level.
It is the season of darkness! Of horrific delights! LET THE HALLOWEEN BEGIN! Transitional Pathway by Lustmord from the album Zoetrope. Eternity by Ennio Morricone from the album The Thing. Night Time by Alex Otterlei from the album Where Evil Lurks. October by Tim Hecker from the album Haunt Me. heart of the broken machine