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Thursday Special Blend David Yazbeck
Thursday October 12th, 2017 with Matthew Crosier
Women in Punk Rock, National Novel Writing Month, Dane Swan, Kate Weekes

Women in Ottawa's 80s punk rock scene
She Wants an Output looks back at the history of the 1980s punk music scene in Ottawa, through the work of two women who were involved in it: Mary Anne Barkhouse and Julia Pine. The oppositional shout of punk rock was sounding throughout the world at that time, including in Ottawa. A small but vibrant community sprang up here, inspired by the DIY attitude and political consciousness of the movement. Women were key players in the scene, but their story has seldom been told. Panel discussion with artist and musician Mary Anne Barkhouse, musician and arts administrator Keltie Duncan (Girls+ Rock Ottawa) and writer and curator Julia Pine, moderated by curator Michael Davidge.

She Wants an Output: Punk show at Oliver’s Pub Friday October 6, 8pm

Exhibit at MacOdrum Library - Carleton University, through October 29 2017: http://www.cuag.ca/index.php/exhibitions/405/
interview with Helena Verdier, National Novel Writing Month, nanowrimo.org for Month of November
Spend Some Time
The Split - Can't Get Enough Canadian
Dane Swan book launch for "He Doesn't Hurt People Anymore", at Type Books, Toronto
Postcards
The Sadies - Darker Circles Canadian
Sing It To The Hills
Kate Weekes - Frost on Black Fur Canadian
Gravedigger
Lynne Hanson - 7 Deadly Spins Canadian
Ruby, My Dear
Thelonious Monk with John Coltrane - Thelonious Monk with John Coltrane
Interactive CKCU