Happy Christmas Eve everyone! Here are a couple of videos, taken from our little bungalow nestled in the heart of this ridiculously Christmasy mountain/lake village. The snow started two nights ago. And it continues to fall.
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
Paul Grace-Campbell is the Development Coordinator for The Kaslo Institute. Recently relocated to the teeming metropolis of Kaslo from the wilderness of Bella Coola, Paul brings over 20 years of experience living and working in remote and rural communities – from Panama, to Oregon, to BC. Creativity Technology Sustainability The Kaslo Institute (KI) has chosen … More The Kaslo Institute: Re-Imagining & Re-Making Rural Cultural and Economic Development
On today’s RADIO FREE KASLO, chats with Front Street business owners on how their summers went, a funny anecdote concerning US president Obama’s take on our esteemed prime minister, and music ranging from Glenn Gould to Mark Knopfler. Click on the link below, crank up the volume, and enjoy! And of course don’t forget to … More Radio Free Kaslo, September 26, 2014
It’s summertime in Alpine Nirvana! Here’s a solid dose of summery music (well, at least in my view) for your Friday/weekend listening pleasure. Enjoy!