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Past Episodes: March 2012 Archives

The Rolling Stones: 50 years of bad behaviour

rolling-stones-lips-logo.jpgIf you wanted to sketch out an ideal rock and roll band, you'd probably start with The Rolling Stones.

Skinny English guys making music rooted in American blues, leaving trashed hotel rooms and broken hearts in their wake.

The Stones have been at it for 50 years now, but it has been years since the band has made truly relevant music.

And in some ways The Rolling Stones have become a bit of a joke.

Click on the link below to hear pop culture expert Geoff Pevere speak with Dave about our love/hate relationship with The Rolling Stones.

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Yukon MP reacts to federal budget

The devil may be in the details, but Yukoners know the federal budget will have some impact on the territory.

Jobs will certainly be cut, and programs will be altered, but the actual changes will be some time in coming.

Click on the link below to hear Yukon Member of Parliament Ryan Leef, a Conservative, speak with Dave about the budget.

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Booming arts scene changing Dawson City

Dawson City is a town with a glittering gold rush past, and a booming mining sector.

And thanks to the Klondike Intitute of Arts and Culture, Dawson is also an isolated community busy with concerts, art openings and songwriting circles.

Peter Menzies is the president of KIAC. Click on the link below to hear him speak with Dave.

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