Sometimes things just click. Take the last couple of days, for example. FROM THE GROUND UP First, my friend Susie introduces me to Micah White. White, one of the founders of the Occupy Wall Street movement, has written a book, called The End of Protest. Susie knew I’d like White’s tome for two reasons: … More Rural Revolution?
For those of us who live in the Kootenays, one of our challenges is simply staying in touch — with one another and the world. The CBC continues to exist and (hopefully) prosper, because a majority of Canadians agree it’s important to have a national broadcaster that helps unite us. Without Mother Corp, how would those … More Radio Free Kaslo, May 27, 2016
It’s all The Lichens, Kootenay Co-op Radio’s membership drive, and me on today’s show — bring on May Days! Click here to listen to podcast.
On today’s show, interviews with Kaslo resident Harel Chalmie on his escape from the Fort McMurray fire, and the International Amenity Migration Centre’s Laurie Moss on the upcoming visit to Kaslo of renowned translator of Chinese poetry and travel writer, Red Pine. Click here to listen to podcast. PS: apologies for some of my audio … More Radio Free Kaslo May 13, 2016
On today’s show, a shout out to our friends, neighbours, and family in northern Alberta, a reminder it’s not too late to rush up to JV Humphries School tonight and tomorrow night to take in Twelfth Night (or if music and a nice meal and/or a drink in a spectacularly rural setting is more your thing, … More Radio Free Kaslo May 6, 2016