Happy Father’s Day from magnificent Toronto! The hard hitting Jays are only three games out of first as we enjoy their city. Ed Kasputis interviews Tom Dakers from bluebirdbanter.com and tour guide Gerardo Patino about all the things to do in Canada’s largest city.
We’re in Methodist Rome (Toronto) as we cancel our hotel reservations for October. Our PhD Committee still has lots of fun while Ed Kasputis interviews Trevor Strong from The Arrogant Worms, Mr. Sports Travel aka Joe Connor about Toronto and Anthony Lorenzo about his recent Great Lakes road trip. Our podcast concludes as we head to the City of Brotherly Love – Go Phillies!
O Canada, our PhD Committee explores Toronto while the rest of our countryman are preparing their federal and state tax returns. How good will the Blue Jays be? Ed, Farley & Mark make their 2011 Major League predictions. We then explore Toronto with Justine Palinska from Tourism Toronto as she reminds us that New York City is the only American city larger than Toronto. Dave Matejczyk takes us back to the first day when a World Series game was played outside the United States, Tuesday, October 20, 1992. The podcast concludes with another outstanding segment of 100 Places to See. Then we cross the border and head to the Capitol of the South – Atlanta for our next podcast.
This week was scheduled to be Blue Jays week but with the release of our first special podcast edition yesterday about The Famous San Diego Chicken (who was born in London, Ontario) we’ve upgraded to Canada week. If you are an American (88.3% of our listeners are), think of the above video from Edmonton the next time you sing our national anthem. If you are a Canadian, feel proud of the example that you are setting for the rest of the world as they witness your love for Canada.
Our podcast featuring the Toronto Blue Jays will be released on Friday, April 15th. In this podcast you’ll hear the enthusiasm of Justine Palinska from Tourism Toronto as she helps us explore Canada’s largest city and a touching story from Dave Matejczyk as he attended Game 3 of the 1992 World Series at the Skydome.
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