Was sending Steve Delabar down to the minors the right move by the Blue Jays?
We are a true radio family here. Long time employees who don’t get a lot of sleep and love, love this crazy business called Radio. I have been so lucky to call the Rogers Kitchener Radio Group home for so many years…and since Day One here for me, George Michaels has always been on the
Over three decades. That’s how long Waterloo Region has been waking up to George Michaels. “It’s been an honour, to be in your homes and cars, for all these years.” He was emotional – of course – when the announcement was made on CHYM 96.7 at 7:15 this morning. After 31 years as host of
Should the Blue Jays carry three catchers on the roster to begin the 2015 season?
A pair of 20 year-old pitchers are poised to make waves with the Blue Jays.
This week we’re revisiting my time at the 2015 Juno Awards. Hamilton played home to the annual celebration which featured a week-long series of events including the coveted JUNOfest, the Awards Gala and the broadcast itself; this year hosted by Hedley’s Jacob Hoggard. Artists streamed to various venues across the City through-out the week. Among
I am not going to lie. Getting up at 3am isn’t usually a big deal. You get used to it. It’s the 3am start and then running around with kids during March Break that can quickly take you down. I become Uber Mom The Car Service. So many great events are going on to keep
Last night, I was off to check out the early award winners at the Hamilton Convention Centre. After a week off events (JUNO Cup, et al), the Gala Dinner was a stunning array of musicians and artists recognized with the country’s top honours in achievement. Hosted by the always-funny, sometimes-risque, but none-the-less enjoyable Jessi Cruickshank,
Marcus Stroman will miss the entire 2015 season after a freak injury. Devastating news for Stroman, the Toronto Blue Jays, and their fans alike.
It was a rare glimpse into our local Police force. You can’t understand everything in ten hours, but you can certainly get a grasp of some of the everyday situations dealt with by the Waterloo Regional Police Service. It was the first time the service had ever had journalists live tweet during their ride along;