There’s a certain magic involved when getting lost in a good book. They can take you to a new world and introduce you to new friends, some of whom you’ll keep with you for the rest of your life. CHSR is putting a twist on borrowing books from your friends by hosting a Blind Date
The Little Station That Could – CHSR 97.9FM Successfully Hosts the 37th Annual NCRC For over 57 years CHSR 97.9FM has been a staple in Fredericton’s local alternative scene. A founding member of the National Campus/Community Radio Association (NCRA), CHSR 97.9FM won their bid to host the 37th annual National Campus/Community Radio Conference (NCRC), which is
Listen on Thursday for the Homelessness Marathon. We will be joining stations across the country in examining the issues, talking with people directly affected, and discussing how we can all can help to tackle this problem. The marathon runs from 11am to 7pm. (Democracy Now! will still air from 1pm to 2pm.)
Time again for our annual Fundrive! Find out how you can support your favourite (and only!) local, independent, alternative community radio station!
On November 18, join us for a marathon: 12 hours of live programming, right here!
Thanks for voting! Polls are now closed. Winners announced January 22nd! It’s that time of year again, for YOU to show YOUR support for your favourite CHSR show and host! Legend tells it, in 1960 a young Barry Yoell attended a conference in Toronto about radio. Enthused by that conference, and after a lot
CHSR is building a new show: the audio student handbook! Help us out by providing your advice and questions!
For the inaugural RetroMania, Drew and Fred go through Wrestlemania 15’s card; detail what happened match by match and give gave their overall idea/impression of the event. We also name the next event covered at the end of the episode. Download/Stream the episode now.Filed under: Show Upload, Special Events
The Larlee Creek Hullabaloo is gearing up for its seventh year amidst the beautiful setting of Perth-Andover, New Brunswick. Between August 15th and 17th you will be treated to some of the best live music the East Coast has to offer plus some other Canadian talents. The growing festival this year offers big acts like
The influence of Scotland can be seen around the world — sometimes in the most unusual of places. Come celebrate Scotland with us! Highland Radio airs live from the Highland Games and Scottish Festival on Saturday and Sunday, July 26 & 27, from 9am until 5pm.
So just what is opera? (by Adrian Park) Opera, from the Italian for ‘the works’, is probably the most completely integrated form of classical music – and not just music, but also drama and shear spectacle, and yet exactly ‘what is an opera’ is a question not easy to answer. Here, for what it’s
Sunday, February 16, 2014, 2:00pm until 6:00pm At the UNB SUB’s Blue Room/Lounge A day filled with fun board games, provided by your favorite alternative radio station. Have a game you would like to play but unsure if we have it? Bring yours along and we will set it up for all to play. Snacks will be provided
Jay Malinowski & The Deadcoast‘s new album “Martel” will be relased February 11, 2014 and thanks to With A Bullet Radio Promotions YOU have a chance to win a signed copy. All you have to do is check out Jay Malinowski & The Deadcoast’s interactive website http://www.whoismartel.com/ and answer one of the following questions: 1) On a boat
“John K. Sampson, front-man for The Weakerthans, is one of Canada’s most beloved songwriters. His partner, Christine Fellows, is an avid interdisciplinary artist, is well known for her ethereal and highly acclaimed works, scores and spectacles.” – FrederictonLocals.com Together over the Shivering Songs weekend Sampson and Fellows mentored 12 local songwriters to help them work in their
April 6th Epic threw a TableTop Day, to go along with Geek & Sundry’s Table Top Day. We made it part of FunDrive and held it a week later because in a college town, the city was empty easter weekend. We had a lot of fun and it’s been decided that we’ll do this again.