Natasha Hall is all about Montreal. She's madly in love with the city despite the madness, the Habs heartbreak, the language issues, the construction -because with the endless orange cones comes the Orange Julep and countless other charms that keep her smitten.
Did someone say hotdog "all dressed?" She's all over that. A Concordia graduate, Natasha's been an Urban Life columnist at The Gazette, City Editor at Blackbook Magazine and co-host of Entertainment Spotlight on CTV. Not-so-secretly she always dreamed of getting into radio. That happened in 2007 when Natasha got her first show on AM 940, then moved over to Q92 and the morning show at The Beat. She thrives on feeling connected -to people, to the community. It's all about the stories and everyone has a story to tell.
Now the mom of a four year old girl, Natasha hears a lot of stories about princesses and superpowers these days. This has given her a new appreciation for adult conversation.
As for hidden talents, Natasha has sung in many a local band and once opened for Dee-Lite at Montreal Gay Pride. Oh and she's been hit by lightning twice.