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Tuesday February 17th, 2015 with Kristine St-Pierre
Arts & Culture

This week on #CKCUArtBreak: we talk to Kristina Hughes about Project Loo to bring proper sanitation to students in Uganda (7:24); we learn about Ottawa's new tool library (41:22); et on parle à l'artiste franco-ontarien Yao à propos de son spectacle Négritude & Métissage (48:31). And lots of great music!
Bottes de cowboy
Justin Lacroix Band - Tout dans la tête Canadian New
New song "Bottes de cowboy" available for a free download until Feb. 20 at Manitoba Music -,song/313/
@7:24 - INTERVIEW w/ Kristine Hugues, founder of Project Loo, which seeks to invest in infrastructure in Uganda that can support proper sanitation in a school for over 352 students and support staff.
Here is how you can help:
1. Visit and donate or…..
2. Attend the fundraiser and social networking event called This is LOOve:
Sing To The Night
Shred Kelly - Sing to the Night Canadian New
Nowhere to Go
Loon Choir - Fire Poems Canadian
Low Signal
Peas & Carrots - - Canadian
Shred Kelly, Loon Choir & Peas & Carrots are playing Tuesday, February 17 at Mavericks Bar. Doors open at 8pm; tickets are $10 in advance.
Info here:
@ 41:22 - #ArtBreak collaborator Tom Hall speaks to Donna Henhoeffer of the Tool Library. For more information, visit:
Dark Star
Tindervox - Tindervox Canadian
Love Oblivion
Hearing Trees - Hearing Trees Canadian
Tindervox, Hearing Trees & The Ven Dreddies are playing Thursday, Feb. 19 at The Rainbow Bistro. Show starts at 8pm; cover is $7.
Long Way To Go
Lloyd Smiley - - Canadian
Playing Thursday, February 19 at A Thing For Chocolate as part of the Sounds Simple music series. 7-9pm, pay what you can.
@48:31 - ENTREVUE avec l'artiste Yao à propos du spectacle Négritude & Métissage qui aura lieu le dimanche, 22 février 2015 à l'Université St-Paul.
Pour info et billets:
Wanny S King - Live performance