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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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► The Nancy Duffy Show: The Music of The Honeyrunners, Plus: WANTED – A Few Good Independents in the Field of Politics

► The Nancy Duffy Show: The Music of The Honeyrunners, Plus: WANTED – A Few Good Independents in the Field of Politics

SUMMARY Here’s what’s coming up – Like a bit of rock, Motown… folk? You’ll want to hear our conversation with The Honeyrunners of Toronto, Ontario – AND – What do you think about the independent artist – what about the independent politician?  Can they affect change? I think so.  We go back in time to […]

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Keeping Elections Fair – Much Bigger Issues Than Voter ID

Keeping Elections Fair – Much Bigger Issues Than Voter ID

Fair Elections Act assures Elections Canada ‘a longer reach and freer hand’ – Harper Government Both Canada and the United States are currently tackling the issue of requiring voter identification at the polls.  In the U.S. it’s currently on a state by state basis, while in Canada it’s a part of the proposed Fair Elections […]

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Keystone XL: Reaffirming Relationships Since 1812

Keystone XL: Reaffirming Relationships Since 1812

I’ve been holding off on writing about the Keystone XL underground pipeline for some time because – simply put – I think it’s a bad idea, period.  Not much more to say than that.  But bringing the War of 1812 into the discussion – even in jest – has apparently struck a nerve. Two oil […]

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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

Dennis Lee’s “Deeper” and National Poetry Month

Dennis Lee’s “Deeper” and National Poetry Month

Is poetry in your life? Should it be? What are you missing if it isn’t? Sometimes people get their poetry from Björk or Radiohead or Arcade Fire. Sometimes they don’t get any at all. I’m not sure I’d go as far as William Carlos Williams: …   It is difficult to get the news from poems […]

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12 Years a Slave – The Academy Got It Right

12 Years a Slave – The Academy Got It Right

12 Years a Slave really was the best picture—the richest storyline, the most courageous reach,  the best ensemble acting, including stellar performances from Lupita Nyong’o (Patsey), best-supporting actress, and the lead Chiwetel Ejiofor (Northup). Nyong’o was born in Mexico of Kenyan descent and the British-born Ejiofor has the same name as a Nigerian footballer. It […]

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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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Keeping Elections Fair – Much Bigger Issues Than Voter ID

Keeping Elections Fair – Much Bigger Issues Than Voter ID

| April 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Fair Elections Act assures Elections Canada ‘a longer reach and freer hand’ – Harper Government Both Canada and the United States are currently tackling the issue of requiring voter identification at the polls.  In the U.S. it’s currently on a state by state basis, while in Canada it’s a part of the proposed Fair Elections […]

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Dennis Lee’s “Deeper” and National Poetry Month

Dennis Lee’s “Deeper” and National Poetry Month

| April 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

Is poetry in your life? Should it be? What are you missing if it isn’t? Sometimes people get their poetry from Björk or Radiohead or Arcade Fire. Sometimes they don’t get any at all. I’m not sure I’d go as far as William Carlos Williams: …   It is difficult to get the news from poems […]

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Keystone XL: Reaffirming Relationships Since 1812

Keystone XL: Reaffirming Relationships Since 1812

| April 3, 2014 | 1 Comment

I’ve been holding off on writing about the Keystone XL underground pipeline for some time because – simply put – I think it’s a bad idea, period.  Not much more to say than that.  But bringing the War of 1812 into the discussion – even in jest – has apparently struck a nerve. Two oil […]

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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…”

| March 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

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

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

| March 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

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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