Edge of the City

Edge of the City was No More Radio’s weekly arts and culture roundup. The two main hosts mostly managed to keep a rotating cast of co-hosts on topic, as they talked about what was happening around the corner or across the country through interviews, panels, musical guests, and some entertaining, and often times ridiculous discussions. The show ran for five years, but has now left us for the podcast place in the sky.

If you’re curious to access the archives, you can email info@nomoreradio.com.

Paul Aflalo

Co-Founder / Executive Producer & Creative Director / Producer
Paul Aflalo

Filmmaker, producer, radio host, and teacher are all many roles that Paul Aflalo, has had in pursuit of his long-sought career of doing anything he wants. His most notable film, Surfing the Waste: a Musical Documentary about Dumpster Diving, was an official selection at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam and is the only film to ever been screened two years in a row at The World Wide Short Film Festival in Toronto. His work with local Montreal musicians, led to the production of his second short documentary, Jahsun, which follows the life of the Kalmunity Vibe Collective founder. Dabbling outside the film world, Paul produced Remember Griffintown, a three-day event celebrating the rich history of the former Montreal Irish Quarter, and as a result he became the events producer for Indyish! working with artists from Montreal, across Canada and around the world. And he of course produces and hosts this show every week.