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Bonn Park Podcast

Jul 29, 2020

Waterloo Region-based musician and author Brent Hagerman teaches the History of Rock at Wilfrid Laurier University.

Along with teaching popular music and world religion courses, Hagerman is a singer-songwriter, guitarist, mandolinist, and saxophonist, and has recorded albums with his reggae-inspired bands the...


Jul 22, 2020

Adam Schwartzentruber is the founder of Boko, a design-build studio and workshop in New Hamburg where he works with his wife, Stephanie Boutari, a muralist and fellow University of Waterloo School of Architecture graduate, frequently collaborating with each other on a variety of public artworks. 

From installing an...


Jul 15, 2020

Sensei Fortunato Restagno is a 6th-degree black belt and chief instructor at Grand River Karate, a not-for-profit volunteer organization celebrating its 26th anniversary in Waterloo Region. 

On Bonn Park with Sara Geidlinger and Marshall Ward, Restagno sheds light on the fluid and effective style of self-defence he...


Jul 8, 2020

With her beautiful melodies and catchy choruses, Canadian singer-songwriter Giselle Sanderson has shared stages worldwide with artists like Keith Urban, George Strait, and Brooks and Dunn.

A past nominee for both Juno and Canadian Country Music Association Awards for her performances with the country trio Lace, Giselle...


Jul 1, 2020

The one constant is change. Whether in times of intensely personal disruption, or periods of global social change, as we are experiencing now, the ongoing story of humanity takes unexpected twists and turns.

Angela Pollak is a social scientist who studies information behaviour -- the ways people seek, avoid, share...