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Venus in Fur
The New AM 740 is the “Official Radio Sponsor” of last year’s hottest play Venus in Fur (the “Dora Award” winner)
See the much anticipated performance at The Berkeley Street Theatre in Downtown Toronto from December 18 to 28.
A 4-star sexy showdown of the sexes that was the Audience Favorite at the 2014 Dora Awards.
- Dec 18
- Jersey Boys
“TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE!” raves the New York Post for JERSEY BOYS, the Tony®, Grammy® and Olivier Award-winning Best Musical about Rock and Roll Hall of Famers The Four Seasons: Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi. This is the true story of how four blue-collar kids became one of the greatest successes in pop music history. They wrote their own songs, invented their own sounds and sold 175 million records worldwide—all before they were 30!
On from December 17, 2014 – January 4, 2015 at Ed Mirvish Theatre.
For tickets visit mirvish.com.
- Dec 18
- Wasaga Beach Chamber of Commerce Welcomes Marilyn Lightstone
Join Marilyn Lightstone for ‘The Power of a Voice’
Wednesday, January 14, 2015 at 7 pm
Lakes of Wasaga Banquet Hall
85 Theme Park Drive, Wasaga Beach
For more information call 705.429.2247 or visit wasagainfo.com
The Wasaga Beach Chamber of Commerce welcomes one of Canada’s most respected actresses, known for her moving performances on stage and on screen, with accomplishments as an artist, author and now a public speaker.
Her accolades in film include Genie Award for Best Actress for Lies My Father Told Me; a Genie Award for Best Supporting Actress for In Praise of Older Women; and a Best Actress Award at the Moscow International Film Festival for The Tin Flute.
On television, Ms. Lightstone is internationally recognized for her performance as Miss Stacey in the Anne of Green Gables mini-series and Road to Avonlea.
- Jan 14
- Wasaga Beach
- Replay The Beatles – Fab 4 Ever
Replay The Beatles – Fab 4 Ever
It’s a 2hr Beatles tribute extravaganza that includes multiple costumes, an outstanding multimedia show and a few surprises! This show was inspired by the book “It’s Side Bernstein Calling…” and is NOT your typical Beatles tribute show.
NOT TO BE MISSED!
- Jan 17
- CANADIAN STAGE PRESENTS 'THE OTHER PLACE'
The Other Place
The New AM 740 is the “Official Radio Sponsor” of “The Other Place” at The Bluma Appel Theatre in Downtown Toronto from January 18 to February 7. Daniel Brooks returns to direct this emotional thriller with a darkly comedic twist.
- Jan 18
- Venus if Fur
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The mayor of Milton, Ontario is poised to become the next Hazel McCallion. Gordon Krantz has been the mayor of Milton since 1980, making him the second longest serving mayor in Ontario next to McCallion who’s been serving Mississauga as … read more
14 YEAR OLD TRINITY ARSENAULT BECOMES YOUNGEST TO SWIM LAKE ONTARIO, 60 YEARS AFTER MARILYN BELL FIRST MADE HISTORY
It’s been nearly 60 years since Marilyn Bell completed her historic swim across Lake Ontario. Since becoming the first person to make the cross, many others have attempted the same feat; some successful, others not. (14 year old Trinity … read more
A video’s surfaced on YouTube that shows a finned creature in the water off Wolfe Island off Kingston. It had many offering their views on what it might be. Some suggested a shark – possibly a bull shark. They’re right … read more
Getting around the downtown area will be a bit of challenge as the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon takes over ahead of Sunday’s event. Bay Street is going to be closed from Queen to Dundas Saturday at noon until 6 pm Sunday. … read more
A nasty winter storm arrives late tonight, but the amount of snow we get is expected to vary across the GTA. Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement about a low pressure system from Texas that’s heading our way. … read more
History was made on the shores of Lake Ontario last night. Fourteen year-old Annaleise Carr of Simcoe emerged from the waters of the lake around 9:00 last night at Toronto’s Marilyn Bell Park after swimming from Niagara-on-the-Lake. She’s believed to … read more
Toronto historian Mike Filey recalls the days when tourist ships crossed Lake Ontario during the 1950s, and the beginning of the Toronto Transit Commission in 1920. These stories and more about our city’s past – on the next Mike Filey’s … read more
Senator Bob Runciman complains that the Ontario Government is ignoring a Senate request for a moratorium on wind turbine development in the eastern Lake Ontario region.… read more
Goldhawk Fights Back: Mark Mattson, President of Lake Ontario Waterkeeper, laments the fact that Ontario has extensive laws to protect the environment but does a poor job enforcing those laws.… read more