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On The Nancy Duffy Show: Debut Album for The Archers + Speaker, Glen Bacarro says, “Stop the Excuses…”

On The Nancy Duffy Show: Debut Album for The Archers + Speaker, Glen Bacarro says, “Stop the Excuses…”

Show No. 31 Show Notes Summary | What you’ll hear on this show: An interview with Sandy Hughes of The Archers as they begin their tour celebrating the release of their debut album, These Wicked Woods. Perfect road-trip music - You’re going to love these guys! And later – Stop the excuses! Youth speaker, Glen Bacarro tells us how to overcome […]

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► The Nancy Duffy Show: The Music of Just A Season with Scott Smith, Plus – Fill in the Blank, “Before I Die I Want To…”

► The Nancy Duffy Show: The Music of Just A Season with Scott Smith, Plus – Fill in the Blank, “Before I Die I Want To…”

SHOW NOTES Summary Tune in to discover and share the music of Just a Season – with Canadian singer/songwriter Scott Smith – AND Later in the show – Life’s busy… In fact you might think some of the best things are passing you by… Did you love the people who were most important to you […]

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A Patriotic Shame

A Patriotic Shame

The recent revelations at an Arizona Veterans Administration (VA) hospital serve to highlight an underlying problem in North America.  It was uncovered that a number of veterans were placed on a secret waiting list in what appears to be an attempt to improve the public waiting list backlog numbers, potentially contributing to the deaths of […]

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An Education in Education

An Education in Education

A Comparison of Systems Between Canada and the U.S. Here in Ohio, the end of the academic year is quickly approaching.  Universities are already winding down, and in the next month or so the secondary, middle, and elementary schools will be closing for summer vacation. Growing up in a border town, I always envied the […]

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Soul Project

Kicking Off BBQ Season with Original Healthy Summer Recipes

Kicking Off BBQ Season with Original Healthy Summer Recipes

With Victoria Day almost past and Memorial Day weekend on its way, food no doubt plays centre stage as you make plans with friends and family.  That is no reason to trade in our good food habits for bad (but it could be a reason to break in new good habits if you haven’t done […]

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#SoulProject – Have You Fallen Like I Have? – NEW VIDEO UPDATE

#SoulProject – Have You Fallen Like I Have? – NEW VIDEO UPDATE

Q: Why do we fall? A: So that we can learn to pick ourselves up… Moving forward. Many of you have been asking when we would be doing our next video for the Soul Project – here’s the latest video update. Feel free to let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.  Happy […]

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Culture Critic

Portrait of a Potter – Frances Ward</br>(plus Brancusi, a Japanese word & the Book of Jeremiah)

Portrait of a Potter – Frances Ward
(plus Brancusi, a Japanese word & the Book of Jeremiah)

Pottery is an old art form. As old as the Bible. You’ve heard the lines sometimes referred to a s “The Potter’s House and the Ruined Vessel” from Jeremiah 18: 3: “So I went down to the potter’s house, and there he was doing work at the potter’s wheel. But the vessel he was working […]

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Orphan Black – Wow!

Orphan Black – Wow!

Above: Cosima, played by Tatiana Maslany, ponders on who to trust in BBC’s Orphan Black. I’m a Johnny-come-lately to this sensational TV thriller by BBC America on the Space channel. Created by screenwriter Graeme Mansion and director John Fawcett, Orphan Black stars the crazy-talented young woman from Saskatchewan – Tatiana Maslany. Orphan Black is stunning, […]

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Music + Entertainment

“Border City Music Project” – A Thought-provoking cautionary tale and warning!

“Border City Music Project” – A Thought-provoking cautionary tale and warning!

A documentary film by Jon Gillies  Premiere Screening Event, Capitol Theatre, Windsor, ON Mar.13, 2014 I really don’t know what I was expecting when I picked up tickets for the premiere screening of the film “Border City Music Project”. I knew it was directed by Jon Gillies and Co-Produced by Dusty D’Annunzio, both from Windsor, […]

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This Week’s Nancy Duffy Show: From the Music of Poor Angus to the Passing of Philip Seymour Hoffman – to the Question, If You Love What You Do, Should You be Forced to Retire?

This Week’s Nancy Duffy Show: From the Music of Poor Angus to the Passing of Philip Seymour Hoffman – to the Question, If You Love What You Do, Should You be Forced to Retire?

This week’s Nancy Duffy Show: From the music of Poor Angus to the Passing of Philip Seymour Hoffman – to the Question, If You Love What You Do, Should You be Forced to Retire?

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Announcements @ InRetro

New Broadcast Times Announced for InRetro Radio

New Broadcast Times Announced for InRetro Radio

Regular Programming InRetro Radio begins its summer of broadcasting – bringing a programming mix of talk radio and singer/songwriter music to Canadian listeners each day of the week starting August 1st, 2013 from 8AM – 11PM Eastern time – and all weekend long! Talk Radio The Nancy Duffy Show will also begin its new season […]

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Internet Radio in Your Car – Not Only Possible, But A Smart Alternative

Internet Radio in Your Car – Not Only Possible, But A Smart Alternative

One of the best ways to put your Data Plan to Good Use Many of us have become accustomed to traveling with our favourite sounds through our iPods and smart phones – a perfect way to avoid losing connection to your preferred radio station during long road trips.  In terms of yesterday, this is where […]

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Portrait of a Potter – Frances Ward</br>(plus Brancusi, a Japanese word & the Book of Jeremiah)

Portrait of a Potter – Frances Ward
(plus Brancusi, a Japanese word & the Book of Jeremiah)

| May 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Pottery is an old art form. As old as the Bible. You’ve heard the lines sometimes referred to a s “The Potter’s House and the Ruined Vessel” from Jeremiah 18: 3: “So I went down to the potter’s house, and there he was doing work at the potter’s wheel. But the vessel he was working […]

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InRetro Radio & The Nancy Duffy Show Present An Evening with The Archers!

InRetro Radio & The Nancy Duffy Show Present An Evening with The Archers!

| May 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

May 24, 2014 at 9:00 pm | May 25, 2014 at 12:00 AM Windsor, Canada All the way from Vancouver, BC, The Archers are coming to Windsor to share the music from their full length debut album, These Wicked Woods. This fine Canadian group, The Archers, consists of what I call 4 old souls – Sandy Hughes, Ethan Caleb, […]

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A Patriotic Shame

A Patriotic Shame

| May 14, 2014 | 1 Comment

The recent revelations at an Arizona Veterans Administration (VA) hospital serve to highlight an underlying problem in North America.  It was uncovered that a number of veterans were placed on a secret waiting list in what appears to be an attempt to improve the public waiting list backlog numbers, potentially contributing to the deaths of […]

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On The Nancy Duffy Show: Debut Album for The Archers + Speaker, Glen Bacarro says, “Stop the Excuses…”

On The Nancy Duffy Show: Debut Album for The Archers + Speaker, Glen Bacarro says, “Stop the Excuses…”

| May 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

Show No. 31 Show Notes Summary | What you’ll hear on this show: An interview with Sandy Hughes of The Archers as they begin their tour celebrating the release of their debut album, These Wicked Woods. Perfect road-trip music - You’re going to love these guys! And later – Stop the excuses! Youth speaker, Glen Bacarro tells us how to overcome […]

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An Education in Education

An Education in Education

| May 2, 2014 | 2 Comments

A Comparison of Systems Between Canada and the U.S. Here in Ohio, the end of the academic year is quickly approaching.  Universities are already winding down, and in the next month or so the secondary, middle, and elementary schools will be closing for summer vacation. Growing up in a border town, I always envied the […]

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