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Friday Special Blend
Friday May 5th, 2017 with Susan Johnston and Amanda Jette Knox and Bob LeDrew
Happenings, Jane's Walks, Synapcitys, and much more.

Everybody Gotta Walk
Suzie Vinnick - Live at Bluesville Canadian
Brenda Dunn is one of the organizers of The Happening and Sarah Conn is the Artistic Producer of STO Union, which is producing "The Trophy Project" at The Happening this weekend. For all the events:
Which one of us is gay?
Rhythm and Burgundy - Live (no album) Canadian New
100 in 1 day is the local version of a global project to create 100 "civic interventions" in cities around the world on a single day: June 3. This is Ottawa's first 100 in 1 day. Music, art, commuity building -- anything is encouraged. Manjit Basi, Christine Earnshaw, and Yusuf Osman join us to talk about the project and one of the interventions: a pop-up singalong by Pitch Imperfect. Learn more about Synapcity at
Barb Gray brings us news of Theatre Wakefield's "Into the Woods", a visual arts "Into the Woods" at Orange Art Gallery, Matthew and Jill Barber at the NAC, and much more.
Activist and educator Kira-Lynn Ferderber is organizing an event about safety and sexual violence at festivals and events over the summer. Learn how to effectively and safely intervene when you see unacceptable behaviour.
Dennis van Staalduinen and Jennifer Stelzer are previewing some of the more than 60 walks that are taking place this weekend as part of the annual Jane's Walk.
Walk You Home
Ken Workman and the Union - Ken Workman and The Union Canadian New
Interactive CKCU