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For decades, The Barrel has been a staple of Fort Erie dining. In this season two finale episode of The Fort Erie Podcast, Dino Kentros, owner, reflects on the dedication of his staff, the most crowd-pleasing items on the menu, and the origins of this successful family business. Also, to end the season, I am giving away a $50 gift card. Tune in for…
 
COVID-19 means big changes at the Fort Erie Race Track this year, including the delay of its 123rd racing season. Antonietta Culic, manager of marketing and media relations, joins me for an interview in two parts — an update on the race track, as well as reflecting on some highlights from 2019. Also joining me is James Culic, perhaps best known for…
 
Voted by listeners as their favorite guest of season one, Phil Smith joins me for a second time on The Fort Erie Podcast. We discuss what’s new and exciting at his restaurant, South Coast Cookhouse, as well as the state of various developments throughout Crystal Beach. Welcome…00:00. Health Heroes…00:58. Local Headlines…02:31. Fort Erie Q&A…03:50. …
 
What makes Fort Erie such a great place to be? If you ask Bobby Singh, co-owner of Garrison Club, he’ll tell you that our town is a place that accepts you for who you are. Featuring a spacious and low-key environment to have a drink, dance, or even play pool, the Garrison Club is doubling down on its efforts in 2020 to be a leader in hosting commun…
 
If you ever need a film buff for movie trivia night, you should probably try reaching out to Pat Inneo. A relative newcomer to Greater Fort Erie, Pat is the proud owner and operator of The Ridge Film House, which features two comfort-focused auditoriums, independent and second-run films, delicious concessions, and the perfect location – right in th…
 
George McDermott, town councillor, joins me for a candid discussion. He shares what, in his estimation, are the greatest challenges facing his ward and what the Town of Fort Erie is doing to address those challenges. A relative newcomer to local politics, George is filled with optimism for the future of our town. Also joining me by phone is local F…
 
From a terrifying car accident to owning and operating her own business, Sarah Morin shares her journey to opening Fort Erie’s Fantastic Gymnastics. This former competitive gymnast turned entrepreneur now offers exciting programs and summer day camps for children of all ages and skill levels right in the heart of Bridgeburg. Also joining me is Noel…
 
When I asked listeners who they’d like to hear from this season on The Fort Erie Podcast, one listener nominated Connie Charron, president of the Fort Erie Conservation Club. More than just a park in Stevensville, the FECC offers hall rentals, woodworking, darts, hiking trails, and more. Also joining me is local digital marketing expert Andréa Jone…
 
You might know Phil Smith as the owner of South Coast Cookhouse. You might also know him as a realtor who, at the age of eighteen, won his first residential listings by mowing lawns in Crystal Beach. What you might not know is that he is also a Crystal Beach BIA board member. In this season finale episode of The Fort Erie Podcast, Phil shares his o…
 
Magazines, eBooks, movies, video games, music…it turns out, Fort Erie Public Library offers our town so much more than books. With three branches in Greater Fort Erie, and a monthly calendar packed with free events and activities for all ages, Sean Fleming shares some of what makes our library an awesome place to be. Welcome…starts at 00:00. Hot Ne…
 
What do drag shows, karaoke, rock concerts, safe spaces, and line dancing all have in common? The answer? Residents of Fort Erie can find all of them (and more) at the Bell Tower, located in the heart of Bridgeburg. In episode eight of The Fort Erie Podcast, co-owner and operator Marc Poisson shares the journey he and his partner, Noel, took — sell…
 
The thirty-third annual Friendship Festival took over Mather Park this year, featuring free concerts, a midway, car shows, artists, food trucks, and so much more. In this episode, I talk with Yvonne Hopkins about the origins of the Friendship Festival and what the future holds for festivals in Fort Erie. Welcome…starts at 00:00. Hot New Listings…st…
 
In case you aren’t familiar, Angie Scott is the owner and operator of Creative Dining by Angie. Born and raised in Fort Erie, and a proud member of the Fort Erie Chamber of Commerce, Angie shares with me in episode six of The Fort Erie Podcast her journey to running a small business (and feeding a small army) in a small town. Welcome…starts at 00:0…
 
It seems that Mary-Lou Ambrose-Little is most often connected to the Ridgeway Farmers’ Market, but did you know that she’s also responsible for the Stevensville Wednesday Market and so much more? As a member of the Ridgeway Business Improvement Area (BIA), Mary-Lou is passionate about her role in the community. Join me as she and I have a chat at T…
 
From a career in accounting to…his own retail venture? Join me for a discussion with Don Irvine. He’s not only the (well-dressed) owner and operator of The Lonely Guy Boutique, but also the treasurer of the Ridgeway Business Improvement Area (BIA) and a professional in real estate appraisal. Welcome…starts at 00:00. Hot New Listings…starts at 02:11…
 
From a young age, Nick Dubanow knew he wanted to be involved in local politics. Now a Fort Erie town councillor, he isn’t the type of politician to shy away from conversation (let alone controversy). Join me for the third episode of The Fort Erie Podcast in which Nick shares his outlook on some of the town’s most pressing issues, including affordab…
 
After relocating to Fort Erie many years ago, Tina Tourountzas founded Southsides Patio Bar and Grill with one simple vision in mind – to keep customers coming back for their "great food, amazing staff, and reasonable prices." In my opinion, Southsides is so much more than that. From gorgeous riverside views to massive outdoor summer concerts, Tina…
 
The Santa Claus Parade, fireworks on Canada Day, the Fort Erie Lions Club, the Adult Literacy Council, Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Niagara, the Kinsmen Pool…is there anything this two-term former town councillor can’t do? Join me for a chat with Stephen Passero on the debut episode of The Fort Erie Podcast. Welcome…starts at 00:00. Hot New Li…
 
Join me, Brent Jones, on October 8, 2019 for the first official episode of The Fort Erie Podcast. Episodes will be bite-sized (under fifteen minutes) and published every Tuesday, highlighting upcoming community events, real estate tips, local news, and interviews with business and community leaders spanning Fort Erie, Ridgeway, Crystal Beach, and S…
 
Theresa May’s Brexit deal was soundly defeated, but what next? Omar and Tom discuss. What is more likely to break the impasse? A general election or a 2nd referendum? Will May get the necessary changes to her deal to win over hardline Tory Brexiteers and the DUP? Extension of Article 50 inevitable? Should Labour keep firm on delaying committing to …
 
In this Christmas special we have author and Afghanistan veteran, Joe Glenton. We talk about: Harry Leslie Smith who Joe says was as a writer was a rare “powerful working class voice.” Our 2018 political and non-political highlights. The shady Integrity Initiative, recently exposed as a £2m govt funded “charity” through its parent company the Insti…
 
We’ve been away for 6 months. What the hell have we been up to in that time? Tom and Omar reveal all. What’s behind some anti-Corbyn Labour MPs rebelling against Labour’s position on the Budget and tax reforms?Di Omar Baggili/Tom Mellors
 
In this 2018 Council election special podcast, Tom and I talk to Labour council candidate for Earls Court ward Sam Batra. A ward that forms part of Kensington and Chelsea council. What are people talking about on the doorstep? Has Grenfell affected how the community view politics? Has the election of Labour MP Emma Dent Coad given the local party a…
 
In our first podcast of 2018 we talk to Jaq Berry, a critical care nurse in the NHS about the following in Part 1: What life is like as a critical care nurse and more widely as an NHS staff member during a time of crisis for our nation’s public healthcare service. The knock on effect to our social care system. Does out social care system need to be…
 
In our last episode before Christmas we chat to Patricia Natalia Pino, a contributor to the economics section of The Pileus, a progressive online news media outlet about the following: Background to The Pileus – challenges and opportunities that they and other new progressive news media outlets face. “If we’re going to have publicly funded media, i…
 
In this week’s episode we talk to Joe Glenton, author of Soldier Box and the 1st British soldier of the Afghanistan war to publicly refuse a second tour. He went AWOL and left the country, but returned voluntarily to fight his case, with the military accusing him of desertion. We discuss the following issues with him: Part 1 The background to his e…
 
In this week’s episode we talk to Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi from the new progressive Jewish organisation, Jewish Voice for Labour about the following issues: Part 1 The origins of Jewish Voice for Labour, the challenges it faces and the key aims for the organisation (http://www.jvl.org.uk). Antisemitism: A very real problem in our society but do false…
 
In this week’s episode we welcome Sam Green, Labour activist and newly appointed Parliamentary Assistant to a Labour MP to discuss the following: Part 1 The Labour Conference in Brighton – Corbyn’s Speech. What were the main themes and was it a speech to inspire people? Media Reaction to Corbyn’s Speech. The World Transformed – sister conference to…
 
Part 1 We discuss the implications of the EU Withdrawal Bill which was passed recently in the UK parliament. The public sector pay cap has been removed for police and prison officers, but why is it far from good news for these public servants? Imagine being a pub landlord, taking over the lease of a run down English pub in south London, building it…
 
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