Tag: InRetro Radio
Things will never be the same. For the last several years, I have been living under a basket. Afraid to talk to people in person. Afraid to show the world what I fear I have become. And it’s my doing. When you mess up your work/life balance, the imbalance will manifest itself somewhere. It has to. [...]
Born in Toronto, but having lived what’s amounted to many lives in places like Liverpool, Florida and L.A., Andrew Cole is an artist that has managed to take a piece of ‘everywhere’ and mould it into a unique sound reminiscent of times past, yet every part of the present and future. Here’s an interview, followed [...]
The 40th anniversary of the Watergate scandal is approaching and I’ve been reflecting on how those events remain relevant today. Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, who uncovered the Watergate scandal, argue a specific case that President Richard Nixon’s multi-tiered attack on democracy was worse than they originally thought. I agree, but I also [...]
Isaac + Amy: Ultimate Wedding Proposal Raises the Bar for All Men (and proves to the world the value of good friends)
With the world ever so cynical about the existence of love and sincerity, one couple gives an example to the kind of stuff movies are made of. And so they made this mini-movie, where girlfriend Amy receives one creative proposal from long time boyfriend Isaac (insert swoon here)! Lip syncing and dancing to “Marry You” [...]
Nancy Duffy is a true entrepreneur who originated from the field of advertising and marketing before finding her niche in media. In 2005 Nancy founded Owen James Communications Inc., where she worked for clients on marketing campaigns and graphic design projects before taking on her own narrative. Years later she trademarked the term InRetro (then short [...]
Success has been a fruit that has been very slow to ripen for me… – Adam Cohen.
What makes me doubt myself – and even my dreams? Fear mostly. And what I’m afraid of can be narrowed down to 3 things. I sometimes fear success; Sometimes I fear letting people down. And most of the time I fear failure. Someone once told me that fear is nothing more than false evidence appearing [...]
She is renown for turning “At Last” into a timeless classic that will forever adorn the dance floors of North America – however big or small. It was the same song that was controversially sung by Beyoncé Knowles, as opposed to Ms. James, for President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at the Neighborhood [...]
InRetro Live for the Week of Jun 16/18th, 2011 – From Music to Rioting Youth in Vancouver, to Parental Tools for Raising Teens…
If you’re a parent of a teen – you’ll want to tune in to this podcast as we speak with Rosalind Wiseman, an internationally recognized expert on youth and parenting, social justice, and ethical leadership about parent/teen behaviour tips. Plus our Top 3 song pics of the week as chosen by one of our listeners, and of course we’ll spend some time with “This week in Retrospect” – as we reminisce over what happened this week in history, and more!