Happy 16th Birthday!

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Red Fisher, Dead at 91

Red FisherRed Fisher was 91. He was the sports journalist who covered the Montreal Canadiens for 58 years at the Montreal Star and Montreal Gazette.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 302: Dave Hodge Kicks Out the Jams!

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 302In this 302nd episode, Dave Hodge names his 100 favourite songs of all-time. This episode is exactly 1:46:36.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 301: Gare Joyce Kicks Out the Jams!

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 301In this 301st episode, Mike chats with Sportsnet's Gare Joyce chat about his career as a sportswriter, novelist and stand-up comic before they play and discuss his ten favourite songs. This episode is exactly 1:46:50.

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Dolores O'Riordan, Dead at 46

Dolores O'RiordanDolores O'Riordan was 46. She was lead singer of the band The Cranberries best known for their hits "Dreams", "Linger", "Zombie", "Ode to My Family" and "Salvation".

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Keith Jackson, Dead at 89

Keith JacksonKeith Jackson was 89. He was the legendary college football announcer whose iconic "Whoa Nellie" catchphrase was a regular part of Saturdays for years.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 300

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 300In this 300th episode, Mike tells a story and shares clips from listeners like you. This episode is exactly 48:44.

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Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 299: Matt Gurney

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 299In this 299th episode, Mike chats with Global News Radio 640 Toronto morning show co-host Matt Gurney about his years at the National Post, working with Supriya Dwivedi at 640, recent changes at the station and millennials. Matt also ranks the Star Wars movies and discusses his favourite song of all-time. This episode is exactly 2:18:22.

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