This Week on Vintage Favourites – November 17th, 2019Six new songs have been added to the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame – by 6 legendary artists: champions of the Sixties’ Toronto Sound’, a band once rumoured to be The Beatles, a new wave 80s act and Canada’s first Continue reading
This Week on Theatre of the Mind – November 11th to 15thMonday, November 11th Cloak and Dagger – “Trojan Horse” Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy – “Monty Wooley” Tuesday, November 12th Bold Venture – “Forged Bill” Burns and Allen – “Impressing the Neighbours” Wednesday, November 13th Lights Out – “Bon Voyage” Continue reading
Norm Edwards is Heading to the British Virgin Islands, and You can Too!Norm Edwards will be broadcasting live-on-location from the British Virgin Islands beginning November 22nd! Imagine your next vacation is a private island escape to Scrub Island Resort, Spa and Marina – for two! It’s one of “Nature’s Little Secrets” in Continue reading
ideacity Presents Jill Sobule Live in Concert at Zoomer HallWe are delighted to introduce you to a new ideacity stream of year-round entertainment: the ideacity Concert Series! Now’s your chance to take in an evening performance by ideacity fan-favourite artists beyond the conference. We’ll be kicking off our first Continue reading
“The Irishman” is a new Martin Scorsese mob epic, starring Robert Deniro, Joe Pesci and…
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Mark Zuelke on The River Battles & Nancy Logan and Peter Raymont on Margaret Atwood – November 10 2019Canadians are often known for downplaying our own stories. AS we approach Remembrance Day,...
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