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Our story on Sandy Miranda, bass player of the punk/hardcore band Fucked Up, aired today on RTPi’s “A Hora dos Portugueses” (episode 24, 1st story). | A nossa entrevista com Sandy Miranda, baixista da band punk/hardcore Fucked Up, foi hoje … Continue reading
Our interview with Paul Azevedo, the co-founder and music director of the music branding The Playlist Company, aired on RTPi’s “A Hora dos Portugueses” (episode 20, 7’10″). An 8 minute version of this segment was broadcast on December 6. | … Continue reading
Our first segment on the Saudade store in Little Portugal (Toronto) was broadcast on RTPi yesterday, November 23, during episode 16 of “A Hora dos Portugueses” (starting at the 04’10″ mark). | O nosso primeiro segmento sobre a loja Saudade … Continue reading
Yesterday we interviewed Mike Rita, one of the top new stand up comedians in Toronto. We recorded our conversation while driving between shows, in the style of Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Drinking Coffee, and later on the stage of … Continue reading
Our filming for RTPi’s “A Hora dos Portugueses” continues. Last week we interviewed Sandy Miranda, the bass player for Fucked Up, one of the most prolific and international punk/hardcore bands from Toronto, winner of the Polaris Prize in 2009 (nominated … Continue reading
(Texto em português segue-se ao inglês) Earlier this month Gilberto Fernandes (PCHP) started a new project with Pedro Rodrigues of RoughCut Audiovisual (and Luis Moreira) producing content for Portugal’s international public broadcaster RTPi’s new daily TV show “A Hora dos … Continue reading
Here is the PCHP’s new address: Portuguese Canadian History Project The Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies Room 728, Kaneff Tower York University 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, ON, M3J 1P3 CANADA You can reach us by email at email@example.com
Starting on November 1st, 2015, Gilberto Fernandes will be joining the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies at York University as a postdoctoral visitor, working in close relationship with the Clara Thomas Archives and Special Collections, the Department of History, and … Continue reading
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The PCHP is grateful to the Museum Strathroy-Caradoc, and particularly its curator Christian Siroyt, for inviting us to display our traveling exhibit “The Portuguese in Toronto, 1953-2013″ in their beautiful building (and town), and for being so accommodating throughout the … Continue reading