A few days ago, those of us who live in the West Kootenay felt a bit of a rumble. A mild earthquake, less than 5.0 on the Richter scale rumbled our area. Slightly unsettling for those of us who noticed, but no damage done. Our fellow mountain dwellers in Nepal weren’t so lucky. The temblor that … More Here’s a good reason why we need the Kootenay Centre for Applied Creativity
On today’s show, a bit of talk about the importance of rural broadband (with a tip of the hat to Columbia Basin Broadband), a report on Kaslo River bridge progress, a chance encounter with Willow Home Boutique’s Marlaina Blanche, and plenty of music — including upcoming Jazz Fest performers, the Dan Brubeck Quartet, and Monkeyjunk. Enjoy! … More Radio Free Kaslo, April 24, 2015
There’s music galore on today’s show. Including tunes by some of the performers who are going to be gracing the floating stage at this year’s Kaslo Jazz Etc. Fest, July 31 – Aug. 1 & 2. Enjoy! Click here to play podcast.
ALPINE NIRVANA… Imagine a stunningly beautiful, 100 km+ stretch of fjord-like lake, soaring peaks, majestic forests, raging rivers, and bountiful wildlife. At one end anchored by Canada’s small town cultural capital. At the other by a hamlet called the most beautiful village in British Columbia. Imagine this stunning, unspoiled mountain valley, connected by a fibre-enabled, … More Kootenay Centre for Applied Creativity Update
On today’s show we talk about tourism with Nelson/Kootenay Lake Tourism‘s Dianna Ducs, trains (no planes or automobiles), and play some music featuring performers who are coming to this summer’s Jazz Fest, among others. Enjoy! Click here to play podcast.