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Rescheduled from 14 September to a special 6:00 p.m. EST start, The Knitgrrl Show welcomes Amy R. Singer, founder of Knitty.com, author of Knit Wit, Big Girl Knits, the forthcoming sequel to BGK and our all-round heroine of the pointy sticks for a full hour!
The Knitgrrl show welcomes Vickie Howell, host of the DIY Network's popular show Knitty Gritty. Author, magazine columnist for knit.1 and Kiwi and spokesperson for the Vickie Howell yarn collection at South West Trading Company, there's lots to talk about!
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The Canadian Moto Show is on the Air 'Live' Wednesday night at 6:00 pm pacific 9:00 pm eastern and can be found right here http://www.canadianmotoshow.com This week the show talks to some of the hottest prospects on the move up through the ranks in Canadian Motocross. We will start in Quebec and are very excited to chat with Walton Trans Can winner a rider who finished as the top Intermediate in the 2015 Rockstar Nationals. J.C. Bujold will check in with the show and get the Canadian Moto Show listeners up to speed with what we can expect to see from him in 2016.
Pro Women's West current number one Sara King will also be on tonigths show with her colleague Sierra Roth as the girls are hard at work to make sure 2016 is the best season yet for the ladies lined up at the top level.
Austin Watling who's stock is on the rise and has had a great year in Canadian Moto along with just completing the first ever Canadian AX-tour will also check in with the show. Wyatt Waddell who is also a former Trans Can winner and a Future West Arenacross veteran will help us look ahead to the balance of that series. Ryeley Gallup also a very fast up and comer and is new to the Pro ranks will also be on the line tonight. Gallup who hit the podium in his first ever Arenacross race will help us set up the balance of the series here on the West Coast which resumes next weekend in Chilliwack BC.
Our ever popular Canadian Moto Show giveaways continue as we have our biggest call in to win prize pack yet. This week worth well over $200 of amazing products from our sponsors will go to the lucky winner, join us and Lets Go Bench Racing.
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The LizyT show with Julian Kelly
Julian Kelly was born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1983 and was placed for adoption shortly thereafter. She has been searching for her birth-family officially since age 18, but had been searching on the internet since age 12. Her adoption has deeply affected every aspect of her life, which led to the formation of the documentary film “ Almost Family”. She is interested in educating the general public about the unintended consequences of adoption, and the links between adoption and mental illness. Julian has a long-standing history as an advocate for marriage equality, and is now advocating for adoptees’ access to their original birth certificates. While filming the documentary “ Almost Family” Julian was able to find some of her birth family through DNA testing, but has not yet confirmed the identity of her birth-parents. Making the film was cathartic for her, but she emphasizes that adoption reunions are not for the faint of heart. Julian firmly believes that having basic and accurate ancestry information is a basic human right. Her documentary explores many facets of adoption that are often ignored by mainstream outlets.
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