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Open Mike

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 353: Dart Guy

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 353In this 353rd episode, Mike chats with Dart Guy about how he's parlaying his 15 minutes of fame into his dream job. This episode is exactly 1:46:57.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 352: Hebsy Returns

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 352In this 352nd episode, Mike chats with Mark Hebscher about his new podcast, John Gallagher, Bob McCown, Marty York, TSN stealing his idea for Off The Record, whether he'll ever record with Jim Tatti again, George Bell, Kelly Gruber, and much, much more. This episode is exactly 1:56:52.

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Why I Prefer Online Casino

The casino industry has seen major changes over the years, which has helped it grow into the billion-dollar business it is today. Among the biggest changes was when gambling was introduced on the online platform back in the 1990s. Microgaming, one of the most prestigious online gambling software developers, was the first to launch on the wide web, which happened back in 1994; the same year that the platform went live. Such an early introduction into the internet allowed the business to grow alongside it and attracted a huge following along the way. Online gambling enabled the gambler to easily access their favorite sets on their desktop devices at home without having to go out and search for an establishment.

In recent times, online gambling has also taken to the mobile platform, which is currently the most used across the globe to access the internet. The wide use of smartphones and tablets by millions worldwide has reshaped how business is conducted with most industries adopting to make their products and services available to them. Casinos such as those found in http://slotmine.com/cashpot-casino/ were among the first to jump on the bandwagon, which helped them spread their reach even wider to gain a bigger fan base. Numerous advantages have driven most people’s preference for online casinos, some of them including:

  • Easy access

As seen above, online casinos are a lot easier to gain access to as opposed to their brick and mortar counterparts. Their availability on mobile devices has made them even easier to reach anywhere and at any time. Gamblers can play games while on break or when waiting for coffee. Additionally, as fast as they can be whipped, they can be put away when something else comes up to be continued at another convenient time. This is unlike location-based casinos where the player has to set time aside to look for an establishment, indulge in their games, and then trace their way back home afterward.

  • Wide selection

Since the internet is a virtual platform that can hold an infinite amount of data, it is not limited to the number of games and casinos that it can hold. The wide web gives gamers access to thousands of casinos that host an even bigger number of games. Therefore, one can try out numerous different things to find the perfect one for their needs. In land-based casinos, however, one has to settle on what the establishment can fit in their lobby, and moving from one casino to the next to assess their game collection.

Online casino games are provided in a wide variety and placed in categories like slots, table games, casual sets, and live dealer games. Slots are the most popular of these collections and are provided in the highest number.

  • Free games

Online casinos allow gamers who would not like to place their money on the line indulge in the activity without doing so. Most online gaming software providers develop their games in both free and real money variations. Both versions offer the same experience, with the only difference being that the free ones use fun credits to place stakes in the place of real money. However, in some games, players may be limited from accessing the jackpot features, which can be triggered by the highest real money bet only. In location-based establishments, on the other hand, real cash has to be spent if one wants to enjoy the offered games.

  • Wide bet limits

The wide web gambling platform accepts both low and high rollers to partake in the activity. Players can find games that accept as low as a penny and others as high as one hundred thousand dollars in one round. Most land-based casinos cannot afford to offer such low limits since they have extra bills to keep the business running to worry about. Slot sets are known to have some of the lowest stake limits while the higher ones are mostly found in table games.

  • Land-based experience

When online gambling was introduced, it was able to offer a convincing experience, but it was hard for them to replicate an authentic brick and mortar experience. As time went by, gaming software developers found a way to curb this issue with the introduction of live casinos. These gaming options act as a bridge between location-based and online casinos. Players get to indulge in games that are conducted by human dealers on real tables and use real chips and cards.

These sets are streamed live from a casino location to the player’s mobile or PC device. The games accommodate more than one player at a time, and they can chat together on the live chat feature, which gives it a social vibe. Most of these games require a lot more RAM space and a steady internet connection to avoid any interference when streaming.

  • Try worldwide casinos

The online gambling arena allows players to sample gaming destinations from all around the world. For instance, a player in South Africa can engage in play in a United Kingdom casino. That way, players get to see the games enjoyed by different cultures and exchange methods of play. This has led to a rise in tournaments that bring together players from different regions both online and in physical locations.

Online casinos come with a lot of benefits that have allowed it to overtake the brick and mortar gambling platform regarding revenue generation. Even so, the latter has managed to maintain some unique features, which have kept them from running out of business and are still going strong.

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Adam Wylde Quits KiSS 92.5

CHUM FM promoted the heck out of a 3pm announcement today, and that got everybody guessing what was up with the Bell Media station. Were they going to announce a third member of the morning show? Was newlywed Marilyn Denis announcing her departure? What about Roger Ashby, the last on-air person who was also on Toronto's airwaves in the 1960s?

That big announcement ended up being a "refresh". To quote the Bell Media press release, "Toronto’s iconic 104.5 CHUM FM radio station evolves to listeners in Toronto and across Canada to CHUM 104.5".

Here's the new branding.

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But Mike, your title is "Adam Wylde Quits KiSS 92.5". What does that have to do with CHUM's refresh?

Adam Wylde has indeed quit his gig at Rogers-owned KiSS 92.5. You might still hear him on the air for a day or two, but he's gone. In fact, he's already removed all references to KiSS from his social accounts.

There's likely a non-compete that will keep him off the air for a bit, similar to what happened when his former co-host Blake Carter left KiSS 92.5 for The Move. But when that non-compete is over, he could join his mom at Bell-owned CHUM 104.5.

Think of the story... Adam joins his mom and Roger Ashby on the morning show, then when Roger and Marilyn announce their retirement to much fanfare, Adam is there to carry the torch with a new co-host. It's pretty perfect.

Unless Adam ends up at Virgin 999 and ruins everything!

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Open Mike

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 351: 12:36

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 351In this 351st episode, Mike chats with Marc Weisblott of 12:36 about the current state of the media in Canada. This episode is exactly 2:16:20.

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Sportsnet Personalities Banned From Homestand Sports Events

Earlier this week, I had Cam Gordon from Twitter Canada in my basement and we were talking about a recent PItch Talks event that ended early when Kelly Gruber soured the room. Cam was there, and we got to talking about these events from Homestand Sports. In addition to Pitch Talks there's Puck Talks and Hoop Talks. Here's a trailer from Homestand Sports.

In that trailer, you'll see many Sportsnet personalities. I saw Stephen Brunt, Sid Seixeiro, John Shannon and Elliotte Friedman. In the recent event with the Kelly Gruber controversy, there was an appearance by Dan Shulman and Kevin Barker. Sportsnet personalities are all over these events.

Yesterday, Homestand Sports gave notice that Sportsnet personalities will no longer be permitted to appear at their events. Here's that update.

To the entire Homestand Sports family:

We have recently learned that we will no longer have Sportsnet personalities appearing on our shows. It has been a real pleasure working with all of these talented people.

Though this does not disrupt our programming, it has inspired thoughts about what Homestand is about. From the beginning, our events have been focused on sports fans and making them a priority. We realized that fans want to be more involved in conversations around their favourite sports, teams, and players. Thus, the Talks were born. Our events have created a way for fans to connect with sports media personnel, industry professionals, as well as past and present athletes. We love hearing stories about those who travel from far distances to attend these events, how they heard about it, who they came with; and we love seeing the fans interact with each other.

In addition to the above, we see our events as an alternative to traditional sports media. Currently, most major sports channels and shows are owned and operated by sizable corporations, some of which are not companies with sports as a sole focus. Fans deserve a variety of media to choose from in order to get the full picture and be exposed to different views and opinions. We look forward to continuing to serve fans in this way as we develop our live shows and other content.

We absolutely loved having Sportsnet personalities on our shows for many reasons. One of the main reasons is our feeling that combining talent from Sportsnet with talent from other media outlets created a diverse experience for fans. Though we will continue to create this environment, we do consider this a loss for sports fans.

We would like to sincerely thank the team of Sportsnet talent who have shared their insights at our live events over the years. The memories that have been created will never be forgotten by us or the fans.

The Talks series will continue as usual, and the Sportsnet team will always be welcome. Stay tuned for exciting new programming coming THIS FALL!

Kevin Kennedy
Founder, Homestand Sports

I've found this development particularly interesting, because in many ways, these talks are cut from the same cloth as my podcast. The first line in the trailer above comes from Mike Zeisberger (note to self: invite Mike on Toronto Mike'd) and his words could apply to Toronto Mike'd. He says "you come to this and it is pretty much as informal as being in somebody's basement talking about the sport we all love".

The beauty of Toronto Mike'd is that it's 100% independent. In any given week there could be a guest from Sportsnet, TSN, CBC, Corus, the Toronto Star, the Toronto Sun or an independent. From Sportsnet I've enjoyed brilliant conversations with Ron MacLean, Stephen Brunt, Dan Shulman, Arash Madani, Elliotte Friedman, Tara Slone, Damien Cox, Hazel Mae, Eric Smith, Brad Fay, Chris Johnston, Caroline Cameron, Jeff Marek, Andrew Walker, Carly Agro, Faizal Khamisa, Mike Wilner, Greg Brady, Elliott Price, Steve Dangle, Hugh Burrill... you get the idea. Of course, I didn't sell tickets for people to hear these discussions, and maybe that's the kicker.

I don't know for certain why Rogers decided to prevent their talent from appearing at these events, but I would hypothesize that they're going to launch their own such events and Homestand Sports would be deemed the competition. Again, just an educated guess on my part, but that makes the most sense.

We'll see what the future holds. I'm keeping my good eye on this one...

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Humbercrest's Most Famous Graduate

My oldest daughter is graduating from grade eight next week and moving on to high school next September. Last night, I attended her final concert at Humbercrest Public School, and since my youngest two are attending a different primary school, it was the last time I'll ever be in that building. 12 years and out!

This school has pictures of all the grade eight classes in the hallway by the main entrance, so on my way out I made sure to snap a picture of their most famous graduate.

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Can anyone recognize one of the grade eight students from the class of 2002? Here's a closer look...

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Palma's Kitchen

Today, I paid my first visit to the newly opened Palma's Kitchen at 3485 Semenyk Court in Mississauga. I biked there, so I arrived nice and hungry.

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This brand new eatery is right next door to the old Palma Pasta hot table. It looks amazing, sells hot and fresh food, as well as fresh grocery items. Heck, you can even get a nice cup of coffee.

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I lunched with Anthony Petrucci, whose family owns the business. This was a serious investment but built on a solid foundation of excellent Italian food. And I'm a sucker for these fiercely independent operations. This is my kind of restaurant.

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So if you're in Mississauga, or close enough, check out Palma's Kitchen. And if you come at lunch, you might even see me plowing into a steaming hot slice of lasagna.

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What's Happening at JAZZ.FM91?

What the heck is happening at JAZZ.FM91? The first sign something wasn't right was when Dani Elwell left last year. She was Vice President, Creative and host of #NIGHTLAB, but suddenly she was gone without an explanation. And yes, I've asked her to appear on Toronto Mike'd and I'm hopeful that will happen later this year.

Then, there was an investigation into the behaviour of Ross Porter, the station’s CEO and president, which was spurred by a letter written by a group of former and current employees. Porter is now out as CEO and president, but remains on the air as host of a Saturday morning show on the station. His voice is also used for on-air identification breaks.

Then, there was the sudden dismissal of Garvia Bailey, who hosted the morning show. Mark Wigmore took over as morning show host, but now he's been let go. He was also the senior arts editor responsible for the station’s arts coverage. Also terminated are weekend hosts Walter Venafro and David Basskin, David Wall, the director of community outreach and education, and Jaymz Bee, who had been at the station for 16 years.

All of this coincides with a shakeup of the board. JAZZ.FM91 is a public broadcaster supported entirely by corporate and private donations and by limited commercial revenue. Its licence from the CRTC prohibits it from running commercials for more than four minutes an hour.

Yesterday, they aired dead air in the morning and couldn't time their BBC news updates correctly. The station appears to be in disarray, with no official comment from the board.

So what's next for CJRT? Don't the donors have a right to know what's up? Does anyone know what's happening?

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 350: Twitter's Cam Gordon

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 350In this 350th episode, Mike and Twitter Canada's Cam Gordon take a frenetic romp through the fields of Toronto pop culture. This episode is exactly 2:37:20.

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The Elusive George Bell

Ten days ago, I shared an important message from George Bell. My pal Mark Hebscher met George at a charity golf tournament and was kind enough to record that message for me. I love it.

While Hebsy was recording George, he managed to ask him a few questions about his first big league game, his infamous drop-kick of Bruce Kison, and the Drive of '85. George is so elusive, this is a real treat for us fans of #11. Here's the video.

By the way, Hebsy has been sharing clips like this at the end of each episode of his new podcast, Hebsy on Sports. Hebsy on Sports is recorded twice a week in my basement, and we talk for thirty minutes about what's happening in sports, always with a GTA slant. And don't worry, it's 95% Hebsy, only 5% me.

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Happy Father's Day!

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Open Mike

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Happy KOTJ Anniversary!

The very first Kick Out the Jams! episode of Toronto Mike'd was recorded one year ago today. Mark Hebscher went first, and 43 others have followed.

The idea came to me a little over a year ago when I was checking Twitter and saw a tweet from Mike Wilner about Pearl Jam's Ten. I was surprised Mike also loved that album, and wondered what other music he loved. Then, during a bike ride, it struck me. Guests could return to play and discuss their ten favourite songs of all-time. Wilner ended up being my second ever KOTJ guest.

I've enjoyed all 44 KOTJ eps, but I'd like to put a spotlight on the episodes from Dave Hodge and Stephen Brunt. Hodge and Brunt are two of Canada's best sports journalists, but their passion and knowledge of new music is unparalleled. Have them over to kick out the jams with me was a personal highlight.

Then, there's Alan Cross, a musicologist I respect who has taught me so much about many of the artists and bands I love. Is there a better person to kick out the jams with in this country?

From Mike Stafford to Lowest of the Low to Damien Cox to David Shoalts to Jay Onrait, it's been so much fun. Here's to another year of kicking out the jams with you all!

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 349: Sean Cullen

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 349In this 349th episode, Mike chats with Sean Cullen about Corky and the Juice Pigs, his many television appearances and trying to make it in Canadian comedy. This episode is exactly 1:36:04.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 348: Ann Rohmer

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 348In this 348th episode, Mike chats with Ann Rohmer about her career at City TV and CP24, her two retirements and returns, and the exciting plunge she might soon take. This episode is exactly 1:39:30.

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Canada to Host 2026 World Cup (with Mexico and U.S.)

FIFA member associations gathering in Moscow on Wednesday voted 134-65 in favour of the joint North American bid by Canada, the U.S. and Mexico to host the 2026 World Cup, beating out Morocco.

This means we'll likely have a team in the 2026 World Cup. Canada’s only appearance at the World Cup came in 1986 when we went 0-3 without scoring a single goal.

Three Canadian cities – Edmonton, Montreal, and Toronto – could potentially host matches. I'm no betting man, but I'm putting everything I've got on Toronto being selected to host matches in 2026.

See you there!

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Nick Nurse to Coach Toronto Raptors

The Toronto Raptors are replacing Dwane Casey with assistant coach Nick Nurse. Nurse has been with the Raptors since 2013. He's the first new coach hire of team president Masai Ujiri’s tenure.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 347: Jim Slotek

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 347In this 347th episode, Mike chats with longtime Toronto Sun entertainment columnist Jim Slotek about working at the paper for over three decades. Jim shares some tremendous stories and updates us on what he's up to now with his latest venture, Original Cin. This episode is exactly 1:37:02.

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An Important Message from George Bell

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 346: Wolfpack!

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 346In this 346th episode, it's Everything You Always Wanted to Know About the Toronto Wolfpack Rugby League Football Club* (*But Were Afraid to Ask). This episode is exactly 1:05:08.

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Open Mike

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Anthony Bourdain, Dead at 61

Anthony BourdainAnthony Bourdain was 61. He was the celebrity chef and television personality known for his shows A Cook's Tour, Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, The Layover and Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown.

Here's his episode of The Layover about Toronto.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 345: Stephen Brunt Returns

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 345In this 345th episode, Mike catches up with Stephen Brunt before they play and discuss Stephen's ten favourite songs of all-time. This episode is exactly 1:56:36.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 344: Jay Brody and Roddy Colmer

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 344In this 344th episode, Mike chats with Jay Brody and Roddy Colmer about their Sirius XM show The Dumb Show, why they left The Todd Shapiro Show, Roddy's work with Rebel Emergency and his recent solo effort and Jay's work at Y108. This episode is exactly 1:39:13.

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The Last Munchkin Has Died

As a kid, watching The Wizard of Oz seemed like a big deal. The 1939 film was appointment viewing when it would come on TV, and pretty damn epic. I must have seen it a hundred times.

It's the end of an era, as the last surviving munchkin has died. Jerry Maren, who portrayed a member of the Lollipop Guild, was 98 years old. Maren was eighteen years old when he shot his scenes for The Wizard of Oz in the latter part of 1938 and early 1939.

The Last Munchkin

It's official.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 343: Vic Rauter Returns

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 343In this 343rd episode, Mike catches up with TSN's Vic Rauter before they play and discuss his ten favourite songs of all-time. This episode is exactly 1:22:09.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 342: Cover Jams

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 342In this 342nd episode, Mike catches up with Elvis before they kick out their favourite cover jams. This episode is exactly 1:54:28.

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Open Mike

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