Felicia Goldstein

Felicia Goldstein comes to Tillsonburg by way of New York, New York; Montreal, Quebec and London, Ontario. While studying at McGill University the radio bug bit her. There she was the 6 o'clock news girl on the university's radio station but being the practical woman that she is, she went to Teacher's College where she became a high school English teacher. After 25 years as an English as a Second Language teacher the fever struck again.

She enthusiastically returned to radio and has been at Easy 101 since 2007.  Being a virtual insomniac, the evenings that she spends at CKOT are both a joy and a delight!

Join Felicia from 7:00 pm to midnight.




Wednesday, 31 January 2018 18:37 Felicia Goldstein
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It's that time of year...flu season! What can you do to flu-proof your home? Well here are some helpful tips to keep you and your family sniffle free:

1. Change out your mops and cleaning cloths. You need to be really careful to disinfect the heads of your mops by sticking them in a bucket of disinfecting solution for 15 to 20 minutes after use, and frequently replace your cleaning cloths between rooms. Otherwise, you're just moving bacteria from room to room.

2. Disinfect your remote. What do you do when you're sick except watch TV? Germs can live two days on hard surfaces like that, and the easiest way to pick up germs is to touch something a sick person has touched and then touch your eyes, nose, or mouth.

3. Zap your kitchen sponge. Sponges should be replaced every two weeks, and you should zap them in the microwave when wet for 60 seconds to sanitize them.

4. Kill germs in the wash. To kill germs effectively, wash in hot water (at least 150 degrees) and dry for at least 45 minutes on the hot setting.

5. Wash, wash, wash your hands. Sing "Happy Birthday"  while you're washing and when you've finished the song then you've also finished scrubbing.


The Ontario Provincial Police is urging caution when snowmobiling.

Wednesday, 24 January 2018 20:14 Felicia Goldstein
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The O-P-P say 27 people in Ontario died on dangerous snowmobile rides last winter, marking a 15-year high in snowmobile deaths.They say nine of those deaths were ice-related, which is more than the previous five seasons combined.Riding on unsafe ice, going too quickly, or consuming alcohol or drugs account for most fatalities. With our weather being so erratic this winter it is absolutely mandatory that riders be particularly vigilant when enjoying the great outdoors in southwestern Ontario. So enjoy the ride but be sure to avoid the risks. Please be safe. 


Last Updated ( Wednesday, 24 January 2018 20:16 )

Does your little elf have a letter for Santa? Make sure to mail it by December 11

Wednesday, 06 December 2017 20:34 Felicia Goldstein
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Canada Post wants remind us all that those letters to Santa need to be in the mail by this Monday, December 11 if you want a reply from Santa for your little one. 

"In order to receive an answer before Christmas, which is so important to children, you have to mail your letters by Dec. 11 so we're asking parents to take the time and do it this week," said Sylvie Lapointe of Canada Post.

No postage is required but make sure to include a return address so that Santa can write back. Children should send their letters to:

cSanta Claus

Santa Claus

North Pole
H0H 0H0

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 December 2017 20:35 )

"Eat" your veggies with a cool, smooth diet hack!

Friday, 22 September 2017 17:22 Felicia Goldstein
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It's no surprise but the more vegetables you eat, the less weight you gain over time according to a recent Harvard study. So here's a healthy diet hack that will help you "eat a veggie at every meal" Simply hide frozen spinach in a smoothie. The operative word here is hide.


Into a powerful blender toss a package of frozen spinach, kale or Swiss chard, a banana, 2 tablespoons of peanut or almond butter, a half cup of water or almond milk, and a scoop of protein powder, and pulverize. Believe it or not, you'll barely even taste the spinach :)

Last Updated ( Friday, 22 September 2017 17:23 )

When Celebrities Give Back in a Crisis....

Thursday, 31 August 2017 18:41 Felicia Goldstein
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The list is long and is growing. Here's is a tally of celebrities who have pledged sizable amounts to charities in the wake of Hurricane Harvey:

- Sandra Bullock, one-million dollars to the American Red Cross

- Leonardo DiCaprio, one-million dollars to the new United Way Harvey Recovery Fund

- The Kardashian family, 250-thousand dollars each to the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army

- Country singer Chris Young, 100-thousand dollars to the American Red Cross

- D.J. Khaled, 50-thousand dollars to the American Red Cross

- The Chainsmokers, 30-thousand dollars to the American Red Cross

- Kevin Hart, 25-thousand dollars to the American Red Cross

- Dwayne The Rock Johnson, 25-thousand dollars to the American Red Cross

- Jennifer Lopez, 25-thousand dollars to the American Red Cross

- Alex Rodriguez, 25-thousand dollars to the American Red Cross

- Wendy Williams, 25-thousand dollars to the American Red Cross

- Drake, 200-thousand dollars crowd-funding campaign

- Michael Dell, 36 million dollars-double chai

Last Updated ( Monday, 04 September 2017 20:37 )

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