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Past Episodes: June 2013 Archives

Asani bring their cultural mix to Adaka

Asani335.jpgAsani is a vocal group from Edmonton with their roots in native music, and training in western styles.

It adds up to a unique blend, and it will be on stage at the Adaka Cultural Festival in Whitehorse.

Click on the link below to hear Dave speak with the members of Asani, Debbie Houle, Sarah Pocklington and Sherryl Sewepagaham.

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Yukon food producers learn from the best

To celebrate their 20th anniversary, Toronto-based Ace Bakery launched an effort to identify the next wave of artisan food producers in Canada.

A call went out across the country to find small-scale food producers who wanted to learn how to grow their business without sacrificing quality.

Two producers from the Dawson area, David Curtis and Berwyn Larsen, made the grade.

Click on the link below to hear Dave speak with them, as well as Yukon chef Miche Genest.

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Festival lures London poet to the Yukon

Jo Shapcott is making her first visit to the Canadian North, to the west coast even, and the draw turned out to be the Whitehorse Poetry Festival.

The London, England, based poet will be conducting a series of readings and workshops.

Click on the link below to hear her speak with Dave.

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