Every now and again we publish a work of fiction or non-fiction by a local author. One of our most popular previous postings featured a young Kaslo-based writer, Jesalyn Tremblay. Happily, she continues to hone her craft — and we’re delighted to offer you her latest work here, a piece of short fiction with … More Lover’s Lane
On today’s show, we talk tourism on the Moyie, then get all touristy and take a road trip to Oregon — vineyards and college football — it’s autumn in southern Cascadia! Click here to listen to podcast.
For those of you who were there last night for the kick-off of Kaslo Jazz Etc. 2016 — possibly the most exciting, the most amazing evening in the festival’s 25-year history — and for those of you who missed it, here’s a podcast featuring a half hour of fun interviews with our MP, Wayne Stetski, … More Kaslo Jazz Etc. 2016 FRIDAY NIGHT!
This is what it’s like to motor around Kootenay Lake on a Kaslo Shipyard “houseboat.” This short clip was shot July 21, 2016, on the way back from Campbell Bay on the lake’s east shore with the “I Can’t Keep from Singing” choral workshop group. If you haven’t rented one of these craft before, just … More Cruising on Kootenay Lake
Today’s show is all Michael Franti. Check out this year’s Kaslo Jazz Etc. Festival headliner, courtesy of Kaslo’s very own radio show. Enjoy! Click here to listen to podcast.
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