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  • 03:00

    Juicy Rock Toronto Live from the heart of Canada!

    in Radio

    We at Juicy Rock strive to bring to bring you the latest in music, movies, events and all things Toronto.  We Hope to hear from you and have some fun!


    Today We plan on tackling the art of classical music but with a sick twist.  Also we plan on makining it even more fun by spicing it up in here with some summer contests maybe? Listen in and share with your friends. Because here at Juicy Rock We Play What You Play!

  • 03:01

    Juicy Rock Toronto Live from the heart of Canada!

    in Radio

    We at Juicy Rock strive to bring to bring you the latest in music, movies, events and all things Toronto.  We Hope to hear from you and have some fun!


    Today We plan on tackling the art of classical music but with a sick twist.  Also we plan on makining it even more fun by spicing it up in here with some summer contests maybe? Listen in and share with your friends. Because here at Juicy Rock We Play What You Play!

  • 00:16

    Toronto Raptors should trade for David Lee

    in Basketball

    The Toronto Raptors are flush with salary cap space. Yes, they need to re-sign Sixth Man award winner Lou Williams, and they'll likely need to give him a significant raise after what he gave them.


    But what about getting unrestricted free agents to come to Toronto? It has never been an easy thing to do (last summer's Kyle Lowry re-signing notwithstanding), and Masai Ujiri is going up against some awfully heavy hitters when it comes to going after the likes of LaMarcus Aldridge and his ilk. 


    If he strikes out on all of the big names, what might Plan B be?


    Here's my suggestion: Go get David Lee, who the Golden State Warriors are trying to trade. He is a former All-Star, he is the consummate professional, and he can score in the low block better than Amir Johnson, Chuck Hayes, Patrick Patterson, James Johnson or any of the other power forwards Toronto used last season.


    The Warriors have already told Lee they will attempt to move him, and Golden State knows it will not get equal value in return. What is important to the Warriors is ridding themselves of Lee's salary to keep themselves out of luxury tax territory. A future second-round pick might be all it takes to get it done, and adding Lee would give the Raptors a one-year rental on a solid player while keeping intact their cap space for the bonanza summer of 2016.


    I tossed that idea at Toronto radio listeners this morning on Sportsnet 590-The Fan, and I also explained the strange free agent status of Atlanta's Paul Millsap -- and how that could be an option, too.

  • 02:00

    Episode 9: Catic, Columbus and Toronto

    in Sports

    Scott (@scottdkessler) and CJ (@cj_zfg) host guests to talk about the Philadelphia Union's crushing defeat in Columbus, their upcoming game against Toronto and also chat with Dzenan Catic about his rookie year.

  • 02:57

    Juicy Rock Toronto

    in Radio

    Well you know us! We play what you play.

  • 00:10

    Commercial Real Estate Toronto with Realtor Michael Davidson from Remax

    in Real Estate

    About Michael


    Michael Davidson lives in North York, Ontario, Canada. Michael is among the elite of RE/MAX commercial real estate professionals and known as an industry expert in retail, office and industrial leasing, tenant mandate/site selection and investment property sales. Finalizing over 300 transactions in more than 15 industries within Ontario, he is your full service commercial realtor with a true entrepreneurial spirit. 


    Michael volunteers for numerous charitable foundations and sits on the Real Estate Cabinet for the United Jewish Appeal and recently ran in the CIBC 5K run for the cure. While not working Michael and his family love spending vacations on the beach.


    Michael has been a RE/MAX Commercial practitioner for 14 years in the Richmond Hill and the Greater Toronto Area,.WORKING WITH MICHAEL DAVIDSON IS A SIGN THAT YOU’RE IN GOOD COMPANY!


    To contact Michael Davidson for your commercial real estate needs, email mdavidson@remax.net or call 416-831-7108 directly


    For all your mortgage needs call:


    David Grossman @ 416 876 2031 or email david@mortgagemensch.ca 


    Borrow or Invest


    Residential / Commercial / Industrial / Investment / Construction Mortgages


    For more information go to http://www.realestatehub.tv


     

  • 02:01

    Juicy Rock Toronto Live From the heart of Canada!

    in Radio

    Kinda last minute we do appologize. But listen in for the details

  • 01:17

    Steph & Pete Review This Week's Action in Toronto and Last Week in Stanford/DC

    in Sports

    Stephanie Neppl and Pete Ziebron take a closer look at several of the WTA upsets so far in Toronto.  High seeds and  potential favorites have been eliminated, creating opportunities for several unseed players to make a deep run.  Last week, Sloane Stephens celebrated her first career WTA title in Washington, while Angelique Kerber won her 4th title of the year in Stanford.  Join Steph and Pete tonight on Passing Shots on the ProTenn Radio Network.

  • 00:36

    Tiff Toronto Singer

    in Music

    Seventeen year old Tiff has skyrocketed musically since the Spring of 2012 when she won her “UNDER 17” category in a local singing competition.  She has captured the attention of many including NBC’s  executive talent producer from “The Voice”; songwriter Jack Knight of Bad Boy Records who wrote and recorded with Tiff in November 2012 and Universal Music Group's Antea & Anesha Birchett (Aplus) songwriters and vocal producers for Beyonce', Justin Bieber, Mary J Blige, Ciara, Jennifer Lopez and many others. These are just to name a few who immediately saw the enormous potential in Tiff’s singing career.


    In November 2012 Worldstarhiphop.com featured her studio recording of “Summertime” by Billie Holiday under the category of “Youth Singing Talent of the Week” and it has over 100,000 views. 


    Tiffany Rachel Andreadis was born on June 27th, 1996 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The youngest of three sisters, her father and mother are church ministers. She grew up being a big fan of Whitney Houston, JoJo, and Destiny’s Child.


    Tiff always had a passion for music and would constantly sing around the house from a very young age. She started singing in church, had lead parts in her school musicals, and she would also sing the national anthem at school events. In early 2012 she felt she was ready to show her talent to the world and decided to enter a singing competition after her father pursuaded her to enter just "for fun" to give her a different outlet to sing.


    http://www.thisgirltiff.com/

  • 01:00

    YGY Radio Show: 2015 State Of AL East - Toronto Blue Jays

    in Baseball

    On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, brought to you by KNODA.com, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler gives his thoughts on what has gone on at Spring Training for the New York Yankees this week. This includes the strained quad for Chris Capuano, the first home run of the spring for Alex Rodriguez, and a reaction to Masahiro Tanaka's first start of the Spring. 


    Plus, Justin Jay of Jays Journal and The Jays Nest Podcast joins the show to continue our State Of The AL East series by taking a look at the Toronto Blue Jays. Ricky and Justin will discuss Toronto's acquisitions of Josh Donaldson and Russell Martin, the concerns in the back of their bullpen, and expectations for pitchers Aaron Sanchez and Daniel Norris. Plus, how will Toronto replace Marcus Stroman in the rotation? Stroman is out for the season after tearing his ACL fielding a bunt on Tuesday. 


    You can interact with us during the LIVE show by calling us at (347)-324-5455 or tweeting us: @YGYRadioShow

  • 00:45

    TZM Toronto Radio: May 16, 2010

    in Culture

    With Myra Graham, coordinator of the Scotland Chapter of the Movement, we will discuss global movement activities, local chapter initiatives, and involvement in projects such as the G20, and The Venus Project lecture circuit in Toronto.