International award-winning actor, writer, singer and producer Kelly McCormack is a woman who wears many hats. Kelly is making waves as a fresh female voice and powerhouse in Canadian film-making. This is one conversation you do NOT want to miss!
The Godfather of Canadian hip hop: Maestro Fresh Wes is a pioneering hip-hop recording artist. His debut album, Symphony in Effect, was the first album by a Black Canadian artist to be certified platinum. “Let Your Backbone Slide” is still one of the most successful and influential Canadian songs of all time.
Back in Girth Radio studios for a record third time, Richard Peddie talks with host Karim Kanji about ForABetterToronto.ca.
Kat Stefankiewicz is the in-game host for the Toronto Raptors.
Kristin Waterson, credited professionally as D. W. Waterson or by her stage name “Hey! DW”, is a Canadian DJ and drummer, writer, director, and web series creator. She is known for creating and directing the award-winning web series That’s My DJ. She has won several awards for her work on That’s My DJ, including the award for Best Director at the 2016 New York Television Festival.
Amrita is a former Art Gallery owner, a world traveler and the Head of Marketing for CrowdRiff.
Marc Weisblott is the curator of Toronto’s 1236 newsletter.
On this episode, Marc and I discuss identity politics, why some people are tired of brown men falling in love with white women, cultural appropriation, white supremacy and so much more!
W. Ryan Dodge spends his days as the Royal Ontario Museum’s Digital Engagement Coordinator focused on digital content creation, campaign and community management, as well as building digital capacity within the institution. Experienced in building content and digital strategies that have value for communities, Ryan is particularly interested in how best to connect the physical and digital and provide visitors onsite and online with the best possible experience.
Stacey May Fowles is a Toronto-based award-winning writer. Her recent book, Baseball Life Advice, is a collection of essays that looks at everything from bat flips to the politics of booing and everything in between. Fowles currently writes about books for The Globe and Mail, baseball for Jays Nation and The Athletic, and is author of the popular weekly Baseball Life Advice e-newsletter.