Cosmic Corner: Pleasure & Desire

Taurus (April 20 – May 20)

Taurus is about pleasure, pure and simple. Pleasures of the body, which bring peace to the soul. This is…

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3 Questions with Measha Brueggergosman

We met up with Measha Brueggergosman the stellar Canadian Soprano who has been performing both as an opera singer and concert artist for a…

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ZOOMER’S CHOICE CLASSICAL CHARTS

Join host John Gallagher for the weekly reveal of the Zoomer’s Choice Classical Chart every Saturday from 3-5pm.

April 21st,…

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The New Radio Concert Hall Series Archive: Sarah Chang

American classical violinist Sarah Chang shared an incredible performance with us on Monday March 24th, 2014 live from the ZoomerPlex. Her performance was so well attended that the New Radio Concert Hall was ‘standing room only’. Here is a selection … read more

Arthritis and Milk

Here’s important news for women with arthritis in their knees. A large study has found evidence that the more milk you drink, the less that knee joint will deteriorate. Researchers collected detailed health, diet and behavioral data on more than … read more

VIDEO: Get To Know Il Divo

VIDEO: Pop/operatic group Il Divo’s new album A Musical Affair is available now! If you love…

Filed: Concerts

Your Night With Il Divo! 11.21.13

Were you at our Radio Concert Hall performance featuring Il Divo on November 20th? Did you get a…

Filed: Concerts

Bedroom and Sleep

Do you get a good night’s sleep every night? According to a survey from the National Sleep…

Filed: The Good Life

Body Image and Older Women

The theory is that it’s younger women who are obsessed with the way they look, and highly…

Filed: Health

Marilyn Lightstone's Thoughts on Art
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8 Year Old Music Prodigy

Some things are just too good to be true … BUT THEY ARE!!!! Alma Deutscher the 8 year old music prodigy: Find out more about Alma Deutscher HERE Podcast:... read more
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    Here’s important news for women with arthritis in their knees. A large study has found evidence that the more milk you drink, the less that knee joint will deteriorate. Researchers collected detailed health, diet and behavioral data on more than … read more

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    Do you get a good night’s sleep every night? According to a survey from the National Sleep Foundation in the U.S., only 42 percent of us do. And those great sleepers get about one extra hour of shuteye every night. … read more

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    The theory is that it’s younger women who are obsessed with the way they look, and highly self-critical.  But a study in The Journal of Women & Aging found the majority of women aged 50 and older are still not … read more

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    Do you have a child or grandchild who’s trying to make a career choice? Researchers are trying to find if brain scans can be a useful tool for vocational guidance.  Counsellors often use general aptitude tests and  mental ability tests … read more

Symphonic poems (or tone poems) are extended orchestral works, usually in one continuous movement, which attempt to tell a story. Symphonic poems were invented by Franz Liszt in the mid-nineteenth-century, but before this time there were many works which performed … read more

Draft Day

The skinny
…Draft Day feels formulaic from beginning to end. The actors go through the paces but Costner looks bored and there’s not a hint of any passion beating emitted by Jennifer Garner or Costner.… read more

Canyon Creek

This is one of the very FEW restaurants downtown where you can hear yourself think, and hear your dinner partners speak (without shouting). It is a great spot to go if you need to talk during a meal. And the … read more

Blue Is The Warmest Colour

Photo from businessinsider Abdellatif Kechiche, director Ghalia Lacroix, script based on Blue Angel…

Filed: Arts News

Dallas Buyer’s Club

Photo from hollywoodreporter.com Jean-Marc Vallée, director Craig Borten and Melisa Wallack,…

Filed: Movies

Chatters
Chatters is a small famly-owned coffee shop on Davis Drive near Yonge St., in Newmarket. The owners…
Moxie’s Grill & Bar
Booked a 57 person retirement dinner at the 4950 Yonge street location and what a mistake that was…
Saigon On Brant
I dined here last night and instantly knew it was a exemplar for anti-noise dining. There was no…
The Victorian Garden Tea Room
An elegant and pleasant place to have lunch, or traditional afternoon tea, and above all you can…
  • BILL CONALL TAKES THE LEACOCK MEDAL FOR HUMOUR
    East coast author Bill Conall has won the 2014 Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour. Conall’s book “The Promised Land” follows two generations of outsiders trying to fit into their new Cape Breton surroundings. It beat out a strong shortlist that … read moreThe post BILL CONALL TAKES THE LEACOCK MEDAL FOR HUMOUR appeared first on Zoomer Radio AM740.
  • OTTAWA FLOATS NEW PENSION PLAN
    The Harper government is opening up a 60-day online consultation on its proposed new pension plan. Minister of State for Finance Kevin Sorenson told the Economic Club of Canada during a lunch hour speech, that the plan would be an alternative to … read moreThe post OTTAWA FLOATS NEW PENSION PLAN appeared first on Zoomer Radio AM740.
  • UKRAINE: THANK YOU CANADA
    A big thank you Canada from the prime minister of Ukraine. Arseniy Yatesnyuk expressed appreciation for this country’s help in a phone call with Prime Minister Harper. Canada plans to send 500 observers to monitor next month’s presidential election there. … read moreThe post UKRAINE: THANK YOU CANADA appeared first on Zoomer Radio AM740. […]
  • HEPPNER BOWS OUT
    Renowned opera singer Ben Heppner is stepping away from the world stage. The famous dramatic tenor announced the news this morning. Heppner is known for his signature “Tristan” as well as other roles in Wagner’s challenging operas, along with Verdi’s … read moreThe post HEPPNER BOWS OUT appeared first on Zoomer Radio AM740.