There are thousands of people in our community — and many of them are creative types, artists in many media. Stefan Westner is a great example, a visual artist producing great public-facing art (the mural near the Capital) as well as more intimate mixed-media collages. He sat down with Cedric and I to talk about
The musical community in Fredericton (and in many parts of the Maritimes) is as vibrant and collaborative as ever! Singer/songwriter Adam Washburn dropped by to talk to Cedric and I about the gradual release of his new EP, Beautiful Things, the art and practice of music, and magic of music that happens when folks get
I’m a huge fan of the Charlotte Street Arts Centre. They are tremendous asset supporting many, many different kinds of arts, from musical performances, dance, circus, photography, film-making, painting and much, much more. Mike Taggart (of local band The Lee Harvey Oswalds and doing his own show of Bravery, Repetition and Noise here every Thursday
I (Mark) know almost nothing about fashion, being barely able to clothe myself every day. Much to my delight, however, Cedric and I spoke to Kristen, a local blogger who writes about fashion (and life!) at her blog, Doll Parade. Listen as we talk the highs (and lows!) of Fredericton fashion! Podcast: Play in new
Independent documentary producer David Kattenburg (of the Green Planet Monitor) is travelling to numerous areas of the country, building a series of narrationless documentaries called “12 Canadians”. He stopped by to talk about making documentaries, connecting with people’s stories, and seeing Canada through voices. And in the second half, we played an interview conducted on Tuesday
Cedric Noel, Station Manager Tim and I were host to Will Pacey, local musician and beard-wearer extraordinaire. Will is a regular member of Dub Antenna (found regularly at the Wilser’s Room downtown) as well as three other bands, and his solo project. Join us as we talk music, funk, noodles and composing on a broken
Robert Johnson joined Cedric Noel and myself to talk about one of the often-overlooked historical fixtures of downtown, the venerable NB Sports Hall of Fame. Robert is working there for the second summer as a guide. In the rest of the hour, Cedric and I talk about the state of sport in the province, and
Trevor, the owner/operator of Fredericton’s community swap shop for digital goods, Digital World, dropped by to talk about this vital economic cog in our neighbourhood. We talk about the nearly 30-year span of the store, the change in the meaning of “digital goods”, and muse about the future. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe:
In this episode, we spoke with Elizabeth Marshall, an artist originally from Fredericton and now living in Ottawa. She’s back in town with an exhibition current at The Annex Gallery in the Fredericton Playhouse, entitled Détachment. Cedric Noel, summer student and musical artist in his own right joins Tim and myself as we chat about
Stephen Lewis dropped by today to talk about being The Big Band of One and share his experiences going from the kid in the audience listening to his favourite bands play to being the opening act — and then providing the opening act for the next generation.
Two members of the Fredericton Motorcycle Club, Doug and Dènis dropped by the station to tell us about the upcoming Toy Run on June 8. From coffee-holders for your bike to the appeal of the open road, hear it all!
On today’s Lunchbox Allison Forbes Brideau from Artful Persuasion stops in to talk about Fredericton’s crafting collective, up and coming things they have going on and Artful Persuasion’s need for more crafters. And friendly reminder: Mother’s Day is this weekend! A great place to purchase a unique one-of-a-kind gift AND support the local community at
With millions of channels of information, who do you turn to for the full story? Who do you trust? And which stories do you pay attention to?
On today’s episode of Lunchbox Bondo sat down with Deanne Landry of CHSR’s “Non-Profit Of The Month” Ca-R-Ma (Cat Rescue Maritimes) to discuss who they are and what they do, plus projects they have in the works and how you the listeners can get involved! Then the Feels Good guys, Mike Humble and Paul McAllister,
Today’s Lunchbox was a casual discussion of transhumanism: the idea that we may one day (perhaps not so far from today) transfer our very beings into computer form, with intermediate steps of increasing implants and cybernetic augmentation..
Adrian Park talks classical music and opera and his show, Diversions, and Kiwi the Fairy spreads magic and brings Tim and Jaclyn Reinhart into the studio.
Marc and Nutty get together to pay tribute to the late great Rita MacNeil who passed away April 16th, 2013. We also talk about #cleanupfred2013 which is an event for earth day where people are invited to get together at the Capital Complex Sunday April, 21st, to clean up trash from Fredericton. Podcast: Play in
In the final STU Lunchbox of the season, Anika Duivenvoorden discusses “Local Food”, and Kaylee Moore takes a look at “Living with Dementia”.
Local filmmaker Jesse Anthony stopped by today to chat with Tim and I about his feature film “Skate Proof”, as well as film-making with passion (and no money).
STU Journalism presents The Lunchbox today with a pair of very different documentaries. First up, Kayla Byrne presents “Public Art in Fredericton”. Then, Frank Jr. Molley presents “The 40th Anniversary of Wounded Knee 1973”.
STU Journalism students Nicole Vair and Nicola MacLeod bring you today’s pair of documentaries, all about mental health.
Kara Comeau and Meridith Gillis present this episode of STU’s Lunchbox series, on the Controversy Between Spirit and Skin. The first half hour explores The Fringes of Sexuality, and the second half goes to the opposite extreme: People Who Never Have Sex.
1) Tell our readers a bit about this class? It’s a third-year radio journalism class with an average of 20 students. I emphasize current affairs. In the fall-term, we learn how to tell stories with sound from the 60-second news story to soundscapes and short documentaries. In the second term, we put those skills in
On today’s STU Journalism Lunchbox, Bridgett Yard and Inda Intiyar discuss relationships, from the complicated ways of modern relationships we have to the use of social media in forming, transforming and possibly ending relationships.