The Community Radio family was saddened to learn of the passing of Phil Sapieha on August 7, 2012 at the age of 66.
The Saskatoon 2012 Fringe Theatre Festival runs until August 10th, and once again CFCR brings you the Fringe Fest Flyer, a 30-minute segment covering all things Fringe Festival! This year, our most excellent Fringe correspondents Franny and Ishmael give you previews, interviews, and all you need to know when heading to the Fringe.
We pay tribute to long-time Saskatoon broadcaster and instrumental campus/communtiy radio figure Gord Walburn, who passed away this week in Winnipeg.
CFCR and Planet S Magazine are proud to present "Peace from One Province East", a showcase of Saskatoon bands at the Sled Island Music Festival in Calgary. After the success of last year's inaugural CFCR SK showcase, we've decided to pack the minivan and caravan on down the highway!
Normally, CFCR is pretty modest. But when it comes to our volunteers, we become soccer mom-calibre braggarts. So, we're happy to present the second installment of our feature called "Get to Know a CFCR Volunteer" where you can... well... get to know a CFCR volunteer. This round, we chat with host of the Thursday RCMP Kevin McGuigan-Scott (aka Mr. November)!
After the explosive power outage yesterday, CFCR's webstream was feeling a little worse for wear. But our amazing technical team (aka Justen Rokstad) has re-combobulated the thing-a-ma-jig and we're back to streaming our live content online.
That's right! We're hiring a Full-Time Commercial writer/producer. Is that something you excel at? If so, read on!
CFCR's Annual Membership Drive is almost here, and we have another great show to help celebrate. Two of our favorite local bands will be joining us for a night of rock and/or roll. Breaker Breaker and Powder Blue! And it's only $5! And you get a free bottled "something-or-other". Can you dig it?
In conjunction with CFCR's Annual Membership Drive, we are very happy to present a FREE movie night at The Broadway Theatre, Thursday April 5th! Featuring the 3rd Canadian showing of "Better than Something: Jay Reatard," and the most excellent "Color Me Obsessed: A film about the Replacements".
CFCR thanks the generous support of all who attended our International Women's Day fundraiser last week, as well as Affinity Credit Union for helping raise $1600 for the Elizabeth Fry Society!
CFCR is proud to present My City Speaks: How the Arts Impact our Community, Thursday March 1st at the Bassment. Join us for an evening of engaging presentations, featuring guest speakers from across Saskatoon’s arts community!
CFCR has a pair of Gigantour 2012 tickets for a lucky CFCR member out there. The call is from Metal...will you pick up?!
CFCR and the Neighbor's Dog are excited to present a special "house" concert with roots supergroup Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, and we want you to join us at the SOLD OUT show! Click below to find out how you can win tickets!
Check out the “CFCR Recommends” feature section, located on the right side of the CFCR main page. Previously reserved for full-length music reviews, now it also features films, books, advance singles, videos and other interesting media we can get our hands on!
Amazing news! CFCR has recently been approved for a "Professional Arts Organizations Program Annual Grant" by the Saskatchewan Arts Board! And we are some excited!
Normally, CFCR is pretty modest. But when it comes to our volunteers, we become soccer mom-calibre braggarts. So, we're happy to present a new feature called "Get to Know a CFCR Volunteer" where you can... well... get to know a CFCR volunteer. First up is Tuesday host of The Buzz, Chad Reynolds!
Thanks to EVERYONE who joined us for CFCR's annual Chinese New Year Feast, held this past Friday at the Mandarin Restaurant! Together, we rung the "Year of the Dragon" a few days early....and most importantly, in style!
CFCR's new and improved webcasting player is now up and running! Our crack team of scientists and computer experts has been hard at work for the last several months to solve the crashes and other issues that plagued our old system.