It’s that time of year in Kaslo — the flowers are beginning to bloom, the trees are greening, the snow in the alpine is melting — and JV Humphries School is about to unveil its latest dramatic concoction, Shakespeare’s famous comedy, Twelfth Night (the play runs from Wednesday, May 4th through Saturday, May 7th). Today’s … More Radio Free Kaslo April 29, 2016
Today’s show features tomorrow’s big benefit dance at the Legion for Rowan Wiltse and her family, the government’s proposed assisted suicide legislation, the medicinal marijuana operation in Meadow Creek, and lots of music, including locals Jan Van Gold & the Warriors and Sean Rodman, plus Tiger Moon, the Kelowna-based trio appearing at the Blue Belle … More Radio Free Kaslo April 15, 2016
Mina Guli founded her charity, Thirst, in 2012 with the aim of raising awareness about the world’s deepening water crisis. By 2030, there will be a 40 per cent difference between the demand for water and the supply of water available on our planet. This is already leading to severe agricultural dislocation, and forcing people … More Cool, Clear Water (and the Lack Thereof)
The Dalai Lama (and a host of other, slightly less well-known advocates) argues that the reason we’re here, alive and sometimes kicking our way through life, is to figure out how to be happy — a pursuit that’s not as simple as it sounds, as we can all attest. That’s a notion that’s always resonated … More Happiness Runs in a Circular Motion!
On today’s show: some thoughts about the potential closure of Jewett School in Meadow Creek, and a whole lot of the late, great Merle Haggard. Click here to listen to podcast.