Monday, May 23, 2016

Gapage031: Eat The Rich!

Ken and Brent, or Scarborough Dude and the Closet Geek, meet up in Bluffers Park to get the Gapage podcast up and running again. Yes folks, we're back!

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Gapage 030: MMPR Restart

Some of the gang hanging out at #MMPR15
Finally released from the vaults, the once pirated   episode wherein Adam Gratrix convinces Ken and Brent to restart the Gapage Podcast. Recorded live outside a bar at #MMPR15 in Hamilton, Ontario, July 24, 2015.

Friday, June 15, 2012

Gapage029: PABage2

In this episode of Gapage, Ken, the Intern and Adam, filling in for Brent, along with guest Rick, talk about the PAB Conference on this Live Podcast Nite recording at the Central!

Photo: Tom and Shane of Shane and Tom's Squeezebox

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Gapage028: A Bucket of Beer!

In this episode of Gapage, Brent doesn't show up (and may never be forgiven), mystery badman Moody does a great job filling in, the intern morphs into the hot redhead, and Ken is surprisingly sane, sober and sensible, except maybe for the part where he quits Gapage.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Gapage027: The Rest Are Wrong

Ken, Brent and the Intern spend another evening at the Central in search of gapages, and find its others who don't see the world quite right.

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Gapage025: Brent Went Way Too Hard!

Ken, Brent and the Intern record another Gapage episode at the new Live Podcast Nite location, The Central, free of any audience interference this time, except for a visit by @BuoyGuy, but he chooses not to butt in.

We don't do Show Notes, but we did talk about Podcamp Toronto, and then got into TV and some other stuff.

Closing Tune: Zombie, by the Cranberries.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Gapage024: Sign Posts

Ken, Brent and the Intern meet at the new location for Live Podcast Nite, The Central, 603 Markham St at Bloor near Bathurst subway. Good service, cozy rooms, great beer, and sometimes even live music.

We talk about the signs we may or may not notice in life that can on occasion be seen to guide our destinies. And for those who notice these things, Ken isn't rude and insulting this time.

Ghost Party - Watsky & Mody