The Advocate Podcast – Stories from Kawartha Lakes

Episode # 65 Letham Leaves. Stata staying. Stella sings. GNO @ LAB. Tiny Home teaching moment.

October 16, 2022

He said he’d be a two-term mayor, and he kept that promise. Andy Letham looks back on eight years at the helm of City Council – and offers some advice for his soon-to-be successor. Bobcaygeon’s Jennine Profeta gathered some friends for a girls night out. But not just any friends - but improv, standup and sketch comedian friends. The result: Girls Night Out (note the caps, this time) returns to the Lakeview Arts Barn.

Are tiny homes really a viable solution towards solving a housing crisis? Alicia Stroobach offers some first-person insight.

In a previous episode we spoke to the director of an upcoming documentary titled The Movie Man. Well, this time we speak to The Man himself, Keith Stata, moments after the final screenings for the season at his Highland Cinemas. It may have been a tough couple of years for the beloved independent theatre, but the pride of Kinmount prevailed and vows to be back for Opening Night in Spring 2023. And new music from Omemee's Stella Panacci.

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