Have you done an act of green? Have you gone over to onemillionactsofgreen.com and registered what you've done? If not, what are you waiting for? And while you're over there, check the group that The Stroumboulopouli started. We're encouraging all of our readers to join our group and help all of us make a difference, one act at a time. Starting this Wednesday (October 29th), come back to the blog each week to see what each of The Stroumboulopouli are doing to help make a difference, one act of green at a time. We'll kick things off with Barb's Acts of Green.
On the October 26th Strombo Show, Bludwash will drop by The Edge Studios to perform and chat with George. David Ogilvie will also stop by for a chat. Also on the show is David Ogilvie, and NOFX's Fat Mike with a classic punk rock request. And finally, the Alice Cooper love continues with his contribution to "What Happens on the Road Stays on Our Show".
You can catch The Strombo Show on Sunday from 5-8 ET or 2-5PT on 102.1 The Edge in Toronto, Y108 in Hamilton, 99.3 The Fox in Vancouver, Power 97 in Winnipeg and FM96 in London.
The Strombo Show has a new fan page on Facebook, replacing the old Strombo Show Group. Make sure you check out the new fan page and join to get all the latest information about the show.
Get set for a wild ride, because George and The Hour will make an appearance on the Monday, October 27th edition of Showcase's show Rent-a-Goalie. It airs at 9:30 ET/PT.
From showcase.ca, the episode description reads:
When a flock of goats are left in Cake's care, his decision to put Lance the Boil in charge of their cheese making operation turns terribly sour.
The scenes that George and show appear in Rent-a-Goalie were shot in The Hour studio way back in March of this year. Also, according to imdb.com, Darryl Sittler will make his third appearance on Rent-a-Goalie.
Former frontman of legendary Black Flag, Henry Rollins drops by The Hour studios on Monday, October 27th. Rollins is currently on a spoken word tour celebrating the end of the Bush era on his aptly named Recountdown Tour. For more information about the tour, check out Rollins' website.
The man who brought us the spectacular movies "Being John Malkovich" and "Eternal Sunshine for the Spotless Mind" will also be on The Hour on Monday, October 27th.
Charlie Kaufman is currently out promoting his directorial debut "Synecdoche".
Make sure you check out Charlie Kaufman's website for more information about the screenwriter and his work.
Former Prime Minister Paul Martin returns to The Hour on Tuesday, October 28th. He recently released a new autobiography "Hell or High Water: My Life in and Out of Politics".
The book is to be officially launched on the same day that Mr. Martin appears on The Hour, but some stores have already started selling the book.
Kevin Smith is back on The Hour on October 30th in anticipation of the release of his new movie, "Zack and Miri make a Porno". The movie's not even out in theatres yet and it's already making headlines... mostly because some people and groups are taking offense to the posters and billboards advertising the movie. "Zack and Miri Makes a Porno" opens in theatres on Friday, October 31st.
In other news...
Here's part of an article from dailyseagull.com:
In unsurprising news, George Stroumboulopoulos has been discovered to not know
how to spell his own name. Host of the popular “The Hour”television program on CBC, Snufalupagus has become a household name and Canadian icon in his own right. The revelation that George was unable to spell his own name came on Monday during an interview with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
Harper, clearly desperate to appeal to the younger demographic that flocks to Strompalopaloo’s popular show unwittingly made a fool of Strombalomanuts after asking for his email address. Sadly, Stumpalatafuts had set up his email address with the assistance of both his driver’s license and birth certificate and was clearly at a loss for words and unprepared for the seemingly simple request.
And finally, The Stroumboulopouli would like to send a heartfelt "Congratulations" over to everyone at MTV Live for winning the 2008 Gemini for Best Talk Series. The Hour was nominated in this category along with The Hills Aftershow.
Have a great week and a hautingly happy Hallowe'en!