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Tapestry is a show on exploring what it means to be human. Hosted by Mary Hynes
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CBC Radio Tapestry 6h
Don't forget C) By Albert Burneko
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CBC Radio Tapestry 6h
'That is the point and that is the sin: the willingness to stomp hard on a defenseless little guy in order to protect your highly privileged pal.'
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CBC Radio Tapestry 7h
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Ronan Farrow 2 Oct 13
Listen, we're all *possibly* Frank Sinatra's son.
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CBC Radio Tapestry 10h
Replying to @musicwithmike
Hadn't seen it, - thanks very much.
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CBC Radio Tapestry 10h
It was epic to hear you guys, Rev. EPIC.
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CBC Radio Tapestry 11h
Replying to @deirdrepike @cbcradio
The privilege was all mind . Sometimes (last Wednesday) I stumble out of the studio ... just astounded at how people (you) can be so eloquent. Thank you....
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CBC Radio Tapestry 11h
Replying to @RevDaniel
Let me take a wild guess at number one. You're incorrigible, Rev.... XO
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CBC Radio Tapestry 11h
Hey - 'I found the best show on Netflix!' - from - only the BEST BEAUTY BLOGGER IN THE WORLD. XO to you both....
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CBC Radio Tapestry Sep 23
Catholics around the world are doing some serious soul-searching. Is the best response to the sexual abuse crisis to leave the church? Or to stay?
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CBC Radio Tapestry Sep 22
Mary Elizabeth Williams walked out of her Catholic church after an anti-abortion sermon. But it wasn't until the recent abuse reports that she had to make a hard choice.
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CBC Radio Tapestry Sep 21
It was never a question for whether she would leave the Catholic Church. She says she just keeps thinking, ‘How am I going to change the church?’
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CBC Radio Tapestry Sep 21
Do I stay? Or do I go? A question for Catholics all over the world. Meet two people who’ve agonized over the decision — and landed in very different places.
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CBC Radio Tapestry Sep 20
His argument "begins to fall apart when “The Current” host Tremonti (who was extremely patient with MacArthur’s condescension) asks why Hockenberry’s disability has anything to do with the allegations made against him." via
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CBC Radio Tapestry Sep 20
Replying to @law_writes
I tried not to @ you, . But damn - it's SEPTEMBER.
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CBC Radio Tapestry Sep 20
"But the Venn diagram between serial harassers and abusers and people capable of fundamental honesty may not produce much of an overlap."
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CBC Radio Tapestry Sep 20
'This is what I love about Uber Pool. We’ve barely gone a kilometre and already I feel a click with strangers. We’re discussing an intimate topic: having a hard time connecting with others.'
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Andrew Shaffer Sep 20
“We’d like to remind patrons to not attach googley eyes to books. It can cause damage to the cover and in this case haunt our nightmares for all eternity.” —
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CBC Radio Tapestry Sep 20
Just one of the many reasons we need more ....
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Jesse Brown Sep 19
The New York Review Of Books has added this editorial note to the top of the Ghomeshi essay they published.
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