Kate waxes poetic about the all the great aspects of Sled Island Fest 2019. Plus lots of music!
Wow, awesome podcast! The best, better then the best!
The annual Retro Season begins tonight - signalling the beginning of the Final Five shows of the season. Tune in for tunes by Mary Jane Lamond, James Graham, Jimmy Rankin, Alasdair Whyte and more!
The last show of the regular season is tonight - tune in for Joy Dunlop, Jocelyn Pettit, and more from Ewen Henderson....and more! Tune in next week for the start of the annual Retro Season!
It’s no secret that bringing back the late 90s-early 2000s had a couple hiccups in order for a nostalgic night to appear in PG. But here we are, in the afterglow of a certainly sick show that couldn’t have happened without the help of Omineca Arts Centre, our beloved local musicians, volunteers and audience participants. (And of course our sponsors who made the silent auction a treasure trove!)
Another big hand goes to our fearless leader/Community Outreach Coordinator, Kate, who spearheaded this amazing idea of hers! WOW. If you’d like to see the full photo set of this night head on over to our facebook!
Nearing the final 5 of the season! The next show is the last regular season show with the final 5 being the Retro shows. On tonight’s show: Karen Matheson, Karen Beaton, Kimberly Fraser, and more!
This week's selection of fine musical productions with Mr. Street himself. Also a taste of two stellar shows coming to PG this weekend: Big Shiny Tunes Tribute this Saturday (13th) at The Cowboy Ranch, and Ora Cogan and Marin Patenaude this Sunday (14th) at the Legion. Don't sleep on it.
Tim Slade sat down in the CFUR, 88.7 FM, studios to talk with Sara Wray Enns about his documentary The Destruction of Memory which was screened at the University of Northern British Columbia. The movie explores the destruction of cultural heritage and the impacts of this destruction on society as a whole.
Tim Slade’s Global Friday Lecture The Making of ‘The Destruction of Memory” can be found on the Global Friday’s website to see here: https://www.unbc.ca/events/49831/making-destruction-memory