Eugene Knapik speaks with banjo builder Mike Chew of Dogwood Banjos, from his workshop in Minneapolis Minnesota.
On today's podcast, Eugene Knapik reads 3 stories from his story set, The Lazy Allen Stories. Visit eugeneknapikstories.com to read all the Lazy Allen Stories. There are currently 7 stories available on the site.
Eugene Knapik talks to Lorraine Wilson at Peticure Paws, while Memphis the Newfoundland gets groomed.
Eugene Knapik talks about foraging for wild mushrooms, including oyster mushrooms, lobster mushrooms, chanterelles, boletes, and more. It is not difficult to identify some of the more common edible mushrooms in Ontario forests, but it takes some careful study.
Please be very careful about eating any mushroom you find outside of a grocery store. Before eating any mushroom be sure you can identify it as a safe edible. As the old saying goes, "there are old mushroom hunters and there are bold mushroom hunters....but there are no old, bold mushroom hunters."
In Episode 4, Eugene Knapik interviews artist and film maker Candy Minx about her Candy Minx World Peace Reading list.
Today's podcast features an in-depth interview with Toronto's vintage poster experts, Valerie and Jim Clark. Valerie and Jim are co-owners of I Desire Vintage Posters here in Toronto
We're talking tomatoes and perennials today with Jennifer Arnott. Jennifer is a fantastic gardener, who grows some might fine heirloom tomatoes, and today she offers up some tips to help out your tomato garden.
Jennifer also grows a lush and creative urban perennial garden here in Toronto. I asked her for some suggestions for unique perennials to jazz up your garden.
Jennifer Arnott is the president of the Roselands Horticultural Society. Visit her blog at jenniferarnott.com.
27th Street is Eugene Knapik's podcast, and is an extension of the 27th Street blog, which is located at http://27thstreet.me. Episode 1 contains an interview with Sheila Gregory and a Storytime segment called Red Striped Socks. It also features banjo playing by Eugene Knapik.