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Advocate stakes out new ground with The Advocate Podcast – Stories from Kawartha Lakes

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Denis Grignon interviews Warren Frank and Tanner Paré of Heaps (formerly The Kents) at Boiling Over in Lindsay for an upcoming podcast.

It’s new territory for the Advocate – a podcast geared exclusively to, and about, people in Kawartha Lakes. The first episode of the twice-monthly, news magazine program becomes available for streaming and download on February 15.

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The media is the message for two young people with journalism projects

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Mallory and Adam.

It’s September, and Mallory Cramp-Waldinsperger is back at Carleton University for her third year in Journalism. Adam Folland is back at school too, starting second year in Fleming College’s Fish & Wildlife program and carving out time for duties as Frost Student Association Vice President.

It might seem odd to tie them together in the same column. One grew up here and is studying elsewhere; the other grew up in Guelph and is studying here. One grew up listening to CBC radio and exploring ideas with classmates in IB English and Theory of Knowledge courses at I.E. Weldon; the other became obsessed with wolves at age five and grew up camping and exploring the outdoors.

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