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Glenn Wilkins

Glenn Wilkins

Glenn Wilkins, in a 30-year media career, has written for print and electronic media, as well as for TV and radio. Glenn has two books under his belt, profiling Canadian actors on Broadway and NHL coaches.

Recent Work by Glenn

Artists walk the walk at Art Walks

Artists walk the walk at Art Walks

Art Walk begins at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 17
Jason McCoy Embraces CCMA Nod with Road Hammers

Jason McCoy Embraces CCMA Nod with Road Hammers

There’s no question in Jason’s mind that this weekend’s Boots and Hearts Festival is making an impact, lifting the visibility of country music in these parts
Get Into 'de rhythm' next weekend in downtown Barrie

Get Into 'de rhythm' next weekend in downtown Barrie

'What Barrie offers with Rhythmfest truly unique and awesome'
Harold Arlen flew over the rainbow… under the radar?

Harold Arlen flew over the rainbow… under the radar?

Upcoming show at the Mady Centre for the Performing Arts celebrates the career of the composer, known for scoring The Wizard of Oz
It's ticket-crunch time for Hockey Night in Simcoe County

It's ticket-crunch time for Hockey Night in Simcoe County

With the addition this week of Newmarket-born superstar Connor McDavid to the already star-studded lineup, the urgency of hitting the box office is all the greater
Beware the public image, Prime Minister: Brassard

Beware the public image, Prime Minister: Brassard

Barrie MP John Brassard worries about the direction in which political figures are headed when dealing with the media
Jupiter Hollow to rock The Foxx next week

Jupiter Hollow to rock The Foxx next week

'Barrie has a pretty good music scene for our style of music,' says the band
'Old Wives Tales' can make you feel young again

'Old Wives Tales' can make you feel young again

Get set to laugh out loud at the Mady Centre Wednesday, August 2 through Saturday, August 5
Stop by Allandale for a little Sunday 'Tea Party'

Stop by Allandale for a little Sunday 'Tea Party'

The ONtour series of free concerts hits Allandale Station Park, Sunday evening with USS taking the stage at 6:15 p.m., Skydiggers at 7:25 p.m. and The Tea Party at 8:45 p.m.
Local Barker Band cops six nominations

Local Barker Band cops six nominations

Local band hits Canadian Country Music Award nominations hard