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Bonn Park Podcast

Apr 14, 2021

Mark Logan is the owner of Encore Records, celebrating 40 years in downtown Kitchener.

Sara and Marshall sit down with Mark to talk about the early days of Encore Records, his indie record label Busted Flat Records, the resurgence of vinyl, and how a small, independent record store has survived a pandemic.


Apr 9, 2021

Salma Nasr El Din is an Egyptian-Canadian painter.

A graduate of the University of Alexandria’s Fine Arts program, majoring in expressive arts and interior design, Nasr El Din talks with Sara and Marshall about her exquisitely striking imagery inspired by vintage photography and the bygone era of female portraiture...

Apr 7, 2021

Sandy Currie is the STEM Program Manager for Google Canada.

In this episode of Bonn Park, Sandy chats with Sara and Marshall about her 30-year career as a teacher and principal with the Waterloo Region District School Board, her lifelong commitment to student achievement and well-being, and how a culture of STEM is...

Mar 31, 2021

Sassy Ray is a burlesque artist and the founder of Sassy Ray Burlesque.

Burlesque, sometimes performed in speakeasies or “retro-style bars,” is a widely misunderstood art form, blending genres of entertainment in a unique form of social satire and free speech.

In a delightfully spirited conversation with Sara...

Mar 24, 2021

In the second episode of Bonn Park’s two-part series called Girls for Change, brought to you by Google Waterloo, Marshall and Sara chat with Leya Oommen, an award-winning Grade 10 student at Waterloo Collegiate Institute. She discusses the Technovation project she partnered on with fellow student Ellen Brisley.