Arts and Culture
The goal has been set and operators are standing by.
Now the listening community of Kootenay Co-op Radio has to answer the call when the November membership month drive amps it up on air Nov. 12-22.
Bear witness to the outstanding efforts by volunteers and local talent during this time as they attempt to raise $18,000 by the end of November....
Author reading at Nelson Library
Tuesday, Nov. 30, 7:30 p.m.
It’s a story any writer would love to wrap their keyboard around.
And although Creston author Tanna Patterson-Z had a personal connection with the story of the Colombian kidnapping of...
By Timothy Schafer, The Nelson Daily
There are major challenges facing the 2011 Senior Games before it comes to the West Kootenay region, but they are challenges that could see the region prosper, says the president of the Games committee.
Pat Metge said with the Waneta Dam expansion project in Trail, all of the construction...
Nelson Daily staff
"The Armed Man must be feared;
Everywhere it has been decreed
That everyman should arm himself
With an Iron coat of mail"
— Anon, c1450-1463
The Armed Man
The Capitol Theatre, Nov. 11-13
Get your best mask on, and dust off those vampire fangs, it’s Halloween and there are a couple of things that can satisfy your ghoulish fancy this weekend:
Terror: Oxygen Art Centre cabaret
Oct. 29 at Oxygen Art Centre, 320 Vernon (alley)
Arriving in Canada in a shipping container with 497 other refugees, Yakov Libidovitch has high expectations of...
There is a new sheriff in town at the Kootenay Co-op Radio shop.
As of Oct. 12 Jay Hannley has taken over in the newly created position of station manager at KCR (93.5 FM) while the administrative manager position was dissolved.
Leah Wilson held the position of administrative manager for the last two years but will be leaving the station’s paid staff roll.
The West Kootenay EcoSociety and Common Sense Canadians founders Damien Gillis and Rafe Mair present a provincial townhall tour for common sense Canadians.
Salmon, rivers, oil tankers, democracy. These will be the subjects of a tour of BC this fall and spring, led by Rafe Mair and Damien Gillis, founders of the popular new online journal, The Common Sense Canadian —...
Combine great West Coast blues harmonica with blues guitar and you have the makings of one great show.
That great show will be at The Royal on Monday, Oct. 25 as Mark Hummel and the Blues Survivors (with Rusty Zinn) take the stage (7:30 p.m.) — a Legendary Blues Promotions and Kootenay Co-op Radio presentation.
In a world where poets rarely intersect with stardom, the opening ceremonies for the 2010 Winter Olympics introduced us to Shane Koyczan.
With a collective “wow” across Canada, the poet of our generation was found, and we weren’t even looking for one.
He will be found this Saturday night at the Capitol Theatre (8 p.m.) as the city’s theatre...
Call it a film to inspire people to oppose privatization of the province’s rivers.
In People Power: Building Social Movements to Protect Public Power in Canada, the six-chapter, 50-minute film explores private versus public power economics, environmental issues and meaningful First Nations engagement.
It will be a free showing in Nelson Nov. 2...