On today’s show we feature more Jazz Fest 2016 artists, and an evocative short essay showcasing an oft-forgotten aspect of our region’s legacy, by Kaslo Write, Write, Write workshop participant, Gordon Portman. Enjoy! Click here to listen to podcast.
On today’s show, Kaslo Food Hub’s new Harvest Share program, the fate of the Balfour ferry facility, the new play, The Foursome, currently playing at the Langham Theatre (judging from the waves of laughter drifting out of the Langham, last night’s opening was a huge success), the U.S. political scene, and news of an exciting … More Radio Free Kaslo June 10, 2016
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
RHONDA RUSTON A lawyer in Lethbridge, Alberta for 29 years, Rhonda Ruston focused on family law and civil litigation. As a committed advocate of livelong learning, Ruston taught law at the University of Lethbridge, was a school trustee for the Lethbridge Public School District, and sat on both the Board of Governors of the Lethbridge … More Kaslo Institute Board Members Rhonda Ruston and Keith Liggett