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Assiniboine Park Zoo Launches Dino-Themed Contest for Kids

The Assiniboine Park Zoo is bringing back its Dinosaurs Alive! exhibit in 2017, with a new yet-to-be-unveiled dinosaur joining the pack. 

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Saturday On The Wide World Of Classical Music

Join host Michael Wolch on another musical adventure, featuring songs about King & Queens, regular folks like us, Hollywood legends and much more. Watch a few videos here to get an idea of the music we will be exploring.

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Bach's Easter Oratorio and a Venetian Easter Mass on White Light this Easter Sunday

Host Simeon Rusnak will feature the beautiful music of Bach, Gabrieli, Merulo, de Lassus and more! Tune in Easter Sunday starting at 7AM

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The Seven Last Words Of Christ by Haydn on Sunday Afternoon Classics

Considered by Hadyn himself to be one of his greatest works, host Paul von Wichert will have a complete recording by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir. Tune in! 12:45 PM Easter Sunday

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Congratulations to Our Classic Easter with Chocolatier Constance Popp Contest Winner!

Thank you to everyone who entered our great Easter contest with Winnipeg's best known chocolatier, Constance Popp! See who the lucky winner was below!

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RRC Hosts 20th Annual Skills Manitoba Competition

About 500 young Manitobans are participating in a provincial trades and technology skills competition at Red River College's Notre Dame campus today.

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Mid-week Musicology Episode 52: The West-Eastern Divan Orchestra

Edward Said and Daniel Barenboim looked to the unifying power of collaborative music to open discussion and foster understanding in the Middle East and beyond.

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Budget Takes Shears to Arts and Culture Grants

The executive director of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra isn't sure what impact budget cuts to arts and culture will have, but she is disappointed by it.

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This Week on Intermezzo: 5 Works by (Not so Famous) Classical Music Sibling - Fanny Mendelssohn

Felix Mendelssohn composed some of the baroque period’s most enduring, famous music. But it was Felix’s older sister, Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, who first showed talent composing. Host Chris Wolf was left wanting more after featuiring Fanny for International Women's Day, so he's picked five works to treat us to this week in celebration of National Siblings Day.

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Pink Shirts and Pro Athletes at Linden Meadows School

Students across Manitoba are standing up against bullying today, the International Day of Pink.

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Unveiling the 2017/2018 Izzy Asper Jazz Series With Producer Bev Aronovitch

Bev was Michael Wolch's guest live in studio Wednesday morning. Missed it? Watch the video here!

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Shoeboxes on Budget Day

Manitoba's finance minister is foregoing the new shoes and opting for a shoebox.

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