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Episode 117: Cal Post

Welcome to episode #117 of the TVA Podcast. In this week’s episode, we welcome funny guy CAL POST! Go to the main podcast page where you can listen online and subscribe to the RSS feed or download the MP3 file. Don’t feel like downloading every week? Click...

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Episode 115: Bob Kerr

Welcome to episode #115 of the TVA Podcast. Go to the main podcast page where you can listen online and subscribe to the RSS feed or download the MP3 file. Don’t feel like downloading every week? Click HERE to automatically subscribe through iTunes for FREE! ...

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Episode 113: Jason Blanchard

Thanks for listening! Go to the main podcast page where you can listen online or download the MP3 file. Don’t feel like downloading every week? Click HERE to automatically subscribe through iTunes for FREE! That way, when we put up a new episode, you...

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Anything Second City Can Do…

So, my friend Kaori just went and got a blog posted on Torontoist.com. The article concerns Second Harvest and their want for all Torontonians on Thursday, Feb 26th, to bring their lunch to work or school and donate the money they would have spent...

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News About McVeigh’s – Looks Like I’m Hosting Now

Hey, all.

I owe you a review on Florida, and there have been some lessons learned, let’s say, but I felt you should know about this breaking news in advance.

There’s been a bit of a change-up recently and I thought that even though I’m not in town just now, I should put something out there to let you know what’s going on.

Firstly, as of Thursday, February 26th, I’ll be taking over as the host of the comedy night Thursdays at McVeigh’s. I’ve hosted this room as a substitute for several evenings over the past while, and it looks like I’m going to be continuing for good in this capacity. I’m going to be working very hard with the staff and ownership at McVeigh’s to help make the night a continued success. It is my hope that the room will be as successful as it was during the past two-and-a-half years that Laura Prosko ran it. Under her guidance it became one of the best places to perform in the city, and I hope that this continues.