Classical 96.3′s Gift to You: 2 Free Songs from VOCES8′s Latest Album

Classical 96.3′s Gift to You: 2 Free Songs from VOCES8′s Latest Album
“Radiant’ and ‘luminous’ are adjectives that are…

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Apple a Day

We’ve all heard the old saying that an apple a day keeps the doctor away. But now the fruit is being touted for an even sexier benefit.…

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A TIME FOR USAngèle Dubeau & La…

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5 of Opera’s Most Deadly Divas

The Top 5 of Opera’s Most Deadly Divas
Murderous, salacious, backstabbing or vain each of these famous female opera characters have…

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The New Radio Concert Hall Series Archive: Allyson McHardy

Allyson McHardy joined us for an enchanting performance on Friday May 23rd, 2014 at the ZoomerPlex.

Boyhood

Over twelve years of shooting and two and a half hours of film, Richard Linklater’s Boyhood gradually acquires the gravitas of an epic 19th century novel. Time passes in a manner similar to a masterpiece by Dickens or Tolstoy.… read more

The New Radio Concert Hall Series Archive: Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra

Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra joined us for a performance on Tuesday May 14th, 2014 at the…

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The New Radio Concert Hall Series Archive: Sondra Radvanovsky

Stellar soprano Sondra Radvanovsky joined us for a breathtaking live performance on Thursday May…

Filed: Concerts

Consumer Reports 2014 Sunscreen Rating

The magazine Consumer Reports tested 20 types of sunscreen and found information you should know…

Filed: Health

Apple a Day

We’ve all heard the old saying that an apple a day keeps the doctor away. But now the fruit is…

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Underwater Sculpture

This is an underwater sculpture, in Grenada, in honor of the African Ancestors that were thrown overboard the slave ships during the Middle Passage of the African Holocaust. Click... read more
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    The magazine Consumer Reports tested 20 types of sunscreen and found information you should know before heading out into the sun.  Firstly, the lab results show that you can’t always rely on the SPF number listed on the bottle. Most … read more

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    We’ve all heard the old saying that an apple a day keeps the doctor away. But now the fruit is being touted for an even sexier benefit. According to a study in the Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics, it can … read more

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    There is now evidence that low-dose aspirin, known to reduce the risk for heart disease, may also reduce the risk for pancreatic cancer. Pancreatic cancer has a 94 percent fatality rate, and the there will be about 4700 new cases … read more

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    For many women, it’s a painful annual ritual that starts when they hit puberty. But now an influential American medical body says doctors should stop performing routine pelvic exams. According to the American College of Physicians, there is no evidence … 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

Boyhood

Over twelve years of shooting and two and a half hours of film, Richard Linklater’s Boyhood gradually acquires the gravitas of an epic 19th century novel. Time passes in a manner similar to a masterpiece by Dickens or Tolstoy.… 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

Hot Docs 2014

Searing films highlight North America’s leading documentary festival At the age of 21, Hot Docs…

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12 O’Clock Boys

Lotfy Nathan, director of this documentary feature Starring: Pug, Coco, Tibba, Steven The hype This…

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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…
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    A letter from a soldier from a battlefield in France is included in a Calgary exhibit marking the centennial of the Great War. University student Michael Hilton says his great-grandfather, Sgt. Edward Iley wrote it on the fabric from the wing … read moreThe post CANADIAN EXHIBIT OF 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF FIRST WORLD WAR appeared first on Zoomer Radio AM740.
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    Israel has rejected an American proposal for a temporary pause in the Gaza conflict. Media in Jerusalem report the country’s Security Cabinet has unanimously rejected the proposal co-brokered by Egypt and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. The proposal on the table … read moreThe post ISRAEL REJECTS KERRY’S TRUCE PROPOSAL appeared first on Zoomer Radio AM74 […]
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    A 25-year old man has been arrested after a Sunwing flight heading for Panama was forced to turn around because of a threat. Sunwing Flight 772 departed Pearson International shortly after 7 a.m. But the plane, with 189 on board, … read moreThe post PASSENGER ARRESTED AFTER SUNWING FLIGHT THREAT appeared first on Zoomer Radio AM740.
  • NEW ART WORKS COME TO LIGHT IN GURLITT PROBE
    German authorities say they are now in possesion of more major art works - from the  apartment of the late collector Cornelius Gurlitt. The latest pieces include two sculptures – believed to be works by Edgar Degas and Auguste Rodin. A task force working to … read moreThe post NEW ART WORKS COME TO LIGHT IN GURLITT PROBE appeared first on Zoomer Radio AM740.