Tag Archives: Wasaga Beach

Canadian Graffiti

The ads for American Graffiti posed the question, Where were you in ’62? I was living the first year of my life but a dozen years later my folks took me to see American Graffiti at the Birchcliff Theatre in … Continue reading

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Abe Vigoda wants to know if you want another beer

I’ve spent a few hours…okay, many, many hours…in sports bars, clubs and beachfront bars but back in my college days I was not served by lovely young ladies named Chelsea, Kelsie, Jordon, Taylor, Emilie, Megan, Meaghan, Brooke, Leah, Jenna, Joy, … Continue reading

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The Toughest Girl Alive

In the summer of 2007, I bought an album by a singer I’d never heard of, at a store that is long gone, The CD Shuffle in Wasaga Beach. The owner commented on my purchase. “She used to be in … Continue reading

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Johnny Maraca rocks West Virginia

My biggest radio market is a thousand miles away, based in a town I’ve never been to, and comprised of listeners I’ve never met. Here’s what Wikipedia says about Middleboune, West Virginia: ‘…a town in Tyler County, West Virginia, USA. … Continue reading

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