Cosmic Corner: Virgo in Action

VIRGO (August 23 – September 22)
Virgo is perhaps the most misunderstood sign of the Zodiac.  Dismissed as neurotic and…

The New Classical 102.9 FM is Coming to the Georgian Triangle!

The world’s most beautiful music now has a home in one of the world’s most beautiful settings.
The New Classical 102.9 FM  is…

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.…



Angèle Dubeau & La Pietà

Angèle Dubeau & La…

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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.

The Oasis Giveaway

The Oasis Giveaway Listen in for the cue to call with Kerry Stratton and you could win! This week you can WIN: A gift certificate for 2 tickets to The New Classical 96.3 FM’s presentation of “The Shaw Festival” in … 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

Classical Commuter Quiz

Weekdays from 5am-10am listeners have a chance to win! Simply call in to the Good Day GTA show with…

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Bill’s Classical Jukebox Giveaway

Bill’s Classical Jukebox Giveaway – Week of August 25th Call: (416) 507 – 9894 This week…

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Marilyn Lightstone's Thoughts on Art

Tender Art in Hard Marble

Artemis & Apollo,  Metropolitan Museum of Art Source: Sculptures and Art That hard, cold marble can be transformed into something so delicately beautiful – such an image of tenderness... read more
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    How to have sex after a heart attack: Go slow, have therapy and DON’T go ‘on top’ New expert-drafted guidance has been released, urging doctors to give stroke and cardiac patients advice about how and when to have sex Guidelines … read more

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    The Environmental Working Group is out with its annual “Dirty Dozen” list: a ranking of the conventionally grown fruits and vegetables that, based on an analysis of 32,000 samples tested by the USDA and the FDA, are most likely to … read more

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    Here’s important information for anyone trying to quite smoking. New research suggests that nicotine patches and nicotine gum don’t help many smokers kick the habit and remain cigarette-free over the long haul, This conclusion is based on results of several … read more

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    Do you feel your life has a purpose? If you do, you’re a lot less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease or mild cognitive impairment. That’s the conclusion of a study which looked at the positive aspects of life and how … 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

REVIEW: TIFF Report #1 – Canadian Star Directors

In discussing Arcand’s Le règne de la beauté (An Eye for Beauty), Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars and Gunnarsson’s Monsoon, it’s important to note that these are not reviews. … 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

REVIEW: Three to See at the Shaw Festival

The Sea, Juno and the Paycock and The Philanderer exemplify the style, charm and range of…

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Cabaret and The Philadelphia Story At the Shaw Festival

From Stage to Screen—and back to Stage Cabaret and The Philadelphia Story At the Shaw…

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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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    Sharp tongued comedian Joan Rivers is said to be in a medically induced coma, a day after going into cardiac arrest at a doctor’s office. The 81-year old Rivers remains at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City where doctors … read moreThe post JOAN RIVERS REPORTEDLY IN MEDICALLY INDUCED COMA appeared first on Zoomer Radio AM740.
    Even though Porter’s looking to sell the Toronto Island terminal, a senior executive says they’re still looking to use it. Michael Deluce says a sale lease-back is going to allow Porter Aviation Holdings to really focus on the airline business, adding … read moreThe post FOR SALE: BILLY BISHOP TERMINAL appeared first on Zoomer Radio AM740. […]
    There’s a new series of limited-edition stamps honouring Canadians - who’ve put their stamp on the comedy world. The Canada Post  “Great Canadian Comedian” series features Jim Carrey, Mike Myers and  Catherine O’Hara – all comedians with roots in the Toronto … read moreThe post VERY FUNNY CANADIANS HONOURED WITH THEIR OWN STAMPS appeared first on Zoomer Radi […]