August 25, 2016
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#82 Greasy Jungle
Author and journalist Stephen Marche joins Jesse to talk about the Tragically Hip's final tour and the Rob Ford crack video.
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
Kevin Sexton
Producer

Was the Tragically Hip’s final show the ultimate Canadian experience? And what was the value of finally seeing the Rob Ford crack video?

Freelance journalist and author Stephen Marche co-hosts.

Stephen Marche’s Twitter: @StephenMarche

Read Stephen Marche’s piece New Yorker piece on the Tragically Hip here.

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