Episode 27 of A Story Not Forgotten features Calgary businessperson and entrepreneur Rina Chong as she shares the story of how she worked her way through the corporate rat race to discover her true calling in the new economy and what really works for her.
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In episode 26 of A Story Not Forgotten, Liam sits down with professional mixed martial arts fighter Chaleur “The Chainsaw” Jones. Chaleur shares a story of coming up in a sport that is historically a boys club, and how a true warrior faces off against an opponent, and an ego, from a higher weight class.
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In this special Valentine’s Day episode of A Story Not Forgotten, Liam sits down with longtime friends and fellow podcasters Kyle and Marie-Claire Gould as they share each of their recollections of the events that brought them together in a love story that spans years and crosses continents…
In this episode of A Story Not Forgotten, Liam is joined by professional wrestling hall of famer, Bret “The Hitman” Hart, for a story from his days competing in high school wrestling, working the ticket booth for Stampede Wrestling, and character building experiences that he would take with him the rest of his life.
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*Content Warning* Some strong language
WWE Hall of Fame 2006 Induction of Bret “The Hitman” Hart
In our first episode of 2018, Liam is joined by multi-discipline artists and entertainers, Prophesied and J-Ross of the Hip Hop duo Tha Fax. They share stories of their run-ins with the ugly faces of racism across Canada, and prove that the only true way to fight hate is with love.
This is not the easiest topic to discuss, and there is some strong language throughout. It should go without saying, CONTENT WARNING.
Look for the new album from Tha Fax, Twisted Mirrors, coming out February 2018.
On this episode of the A Story Not Forgotten podcast Liam speaks with Lourdes Juan, founder of a not-for-profit called the Leftovers Foundation. Every year in Canada, we throw away over $31 Billion worth of perfectly good food. This has been a huge problem for many years, but this Calgarian entrepreneur is stepping up with a solution. Working with organizations like Cobs Bread and Starbucks, along with more than 200 volunteers in Calgary & Edmonton, they redirect more than 4,000 pounds of food each week to organizations that help to get that food where it is needed most.
On this episode of the A Story Not Forgotten podcast, Liam sits down with Calgary comedy duo and filmmakers Dropbear & Panda (Michael Dargie & Jennifer MacLean) to hear their story about a 48 hour film challenge they participated in for the Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo.
On this episode of the A Story Not Forgotten Podcast, Liam meets with fire performer and businessperson Keziah Arsenault. She shares her story of the first time she tried spinning fire poi, working her way up to exotic fire performances, and navigating the business and bureaucracy surrounding fire performances to become one of the nation’s leading figures in fire arts.
Join us for Episode 19, which we recorded over the Internet with the lovely Karli Woods. Karli is a Content Creator, Cosplayer, and Variety Streamer. Our audio on this episode is a bit choppy at times, but it is still well worth the listen.
In this episode, Liam sits down with Kevin Kent, founder and owner of Knifewear and Kent of Inglewood. Kevin shares the winding path that took him from being a chef in England, to touring Japan, to opening stores across Canada, as well as the philosophy that makes his stores flourish.