On today’s show, a chat with Art Joyce, whose book, Laying the Children’s Ghosts to Rest (Hagios Press, Regina) has recently come out; an update on this year’s Kaslo Folk Fest lineup (the music kicks off this evening with Anahat, 9PM at the Kaslo Hotel Pub and continues through July 1st, with a free outdoor … More Radio Free Kaslo, June 27, 2014
Samuel F.B. Morse was a renowned artist, and of course invented Morse Code. A precursor, one might say, to… radio (he’s also a relative, I’m proud to say). On today’s RADIO FREE KASLO we get all literary, featuring interviews with Cranbrook playwright Denine Milner and Fernie-based poet, author, and director of the new Kaslo writers’ … More Radio Free Kaslo, June 20, 2014
Wow. What a wonderful weekend! For three days Kaslo was the centre of BC’s rural universe (and a rather large universe it is), as the Kaslo Institute hosted the 8th biennial BC Rural Summit. Folks from all over Canada’s westernmost province, and from as far afield as Serbia and Los Angeles, gathered here in … More Kaslo’s Rural Summit a Success!
OK, when was the last time you sat in a room with someone who’s recently won an Academy Award? Never? Well, you can rectify that this Friday. The Kaslo Institute, in collaboration with North Kootenay Lake Arts & Heritage Council and Kaslo Art Walk, sponsored by Columbia Basin Trust, proudly presents Los Angeles-based animator John Kahrs, Friday, … More Oscar Winner Coming to Kaslo!
On today’s show, an interesting interview with Jill Holland about the new show that opens tonight at the Lighthouse Theatre this evening, with afternoon and evening performances tomorrow, Saturday the 7th. Tix ($10) are available at Sunnyside Naturals and at the door. 7 Stories is a play by heralded Vancouver playwright Morris Panych — prepare to … More Radio Free Kaslo June 6, 2014