The Buskers Festival is back in Victoria. Jenn talks to the organizer and checks out some of the acts in this episode of Post Everything.
Jenn Harmer takes a look at summer fun in Victoria. The Bubble Man makes an appearance as well as local art and music. Steve Allen Bjornson’s I Heart Robot Music art project at the G++ Gallery also features on the show.
In this episode, Phoenix takes us behind the scenes with the women of roller derby. She catches up with Victoria’s own Eves of Destruction to find out what the game is about, who plays and what it takes to compete in roller derby.
This week Jenn Harmer hosts. She looks at the connections between music and Social Justice in two interviews with A Tribe Called Red and Bruce Cockburn.
A Tribe Called Red is made up of DJ Shub, DJ NDN and DJ Bear Witness. They mix traditional pow wow vocals and drumming with cutting-edge electronic music. Jenn catches up with them while they are on tour.
And she also gets a chance to talk to Bruce Cockburn about his long history as an activist and musician.
This week Post Everything visits UVic’s Game Development club to talk to science and arts students who are creating new games.
We also talk to Nina Neissl, a former video game journalist, about her participation in Games Without Frontiers at UVic which looked at the question “Can video games save journalism?”
Michelle goes behind the scenes with a producer from the Food Network Show, You Gotta Eat Here.
We also hear from the people who run Shine Cafe and The Skinny Tato in Victoria.