North by Northwest | Sep 14, 2013 | 45:35

NXNW Podcast September 14, 2013

Barbara Adler on Accordion Noir Festival, sign artist Cameron Stewart, Laura Marks on "Experiments in Arab Cinema," master gardener Renee Newell.

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North by Northwest - Spring soups and teas help revitalize the body.Mar 14, 2015 | 11:44North by Northwest Spring soups and teas help revitalize the body. Audio
North by Northwest Spring soups and teas help revitalize the body. Mar 14, 2015 | 11:44After a long winter and holiday season filled with heavy comfort food, blogger and food writer Stephanie Yuen says spring is a time to "fine-tune" your body with soups and teas that will cleanse and refresh.
North by Northwest - Raziel Reid reflects on When Everything Feels Like the MoviesMar 14, 2015 | 18:14North by Northwest Raziel Reid reflects on When Everything Feels Like the Movies Audio
North by Northwest Raziel Reid reflects on When Everything Feels Like the Movies Mar 14, 2015 | 18:14Canada Reads starts on Monday, and Vancouver author Raziel Reid's debut novel When Everything Feels Like the Movies is one of five contenders vying for the title.
North by Northwest - The pitfalls of extreme-sized petsMar 14, 2015 | 9:22North by Northwest The pitfalls of extreme-sized pets Audio
North by Northwest The pitfalls of extreme-sized pets Mar 14, 2015 | 9:22Hulk, the 80-kilogram pitbull from Maine may have gained Internet notoriety as possibly the world's biggest pitbull, but owning pets that have been bred for extreme sizes can be detrimental for both the owner and the animal.
North by Northwest - Saturday March 14Mar 14, 2015 | 40:14North by Northwest Saturday March 14 Audio
North by Northwest Saturday March 14 Mar 14, 2015 | 40:14The NXNW Book Club with award winning author Raziel Reid, spring soup recipes from Stephanie Yuen and Tamara Micner talks about her play What You're Missing.
North by Northwest - Vancouver journalist's new book unpacks the Chinese immigrant experience in Europe.Mar 8, 2015 | 14:19North by Northwest Vancouver journalist's new book unpacks the Chinese immigrant experience in Europe. Audio
North by Northwest Vancouver journalist's new book unpacks the Chinese immigrant experience in Europe. Mar 8, 2015 | 14:19Suzanne Ma documents Chinese immigrants' journeys to Europe.
North by Northwest - Sunday, March 8Mar 8, 2015 | 50:25North by Northwest Sunday, March 8 Audio
North by Northwest Sunday, March 8 Mar 8, 2015 | 50:25Author Suzanne Ma on her book about Chinese migration to Europe, Matthew McFarlane on the history and popularity of IPA's, violinist Timothy Chooi in Vancouver to debut with the VSO and Anne Jardine about her play in Invermere.
North by Northwest - Saturday, March 7Mar 7, 2015 | 44:40North by Northwest Saturday, March 7 Audio
North by Northwest Saturday, March 7 Mar 7, 2015 | 44:40Charles Helm talks about the Tumbler Ridge World Geo Park, Jeremy Tankard talks about illustrating Dennis Lee's latest book, Jason Tetro explains pre-biotics and young composer Leo Wei discusses his passion for creating music.
North by Northwest - Spring gardening tips from Egan DaviesMar 1, 2015 | 12:00North by Northwest Spring gardening tips from Egan Davies Audio
North by Northwest Spring gardening tips from Egan Davies Mar 1, 2015 | 12:00UBC horticulture instructor Egan Davis offers some tips to those who are wondering how to set up their spring garden.
North by Northwest - Boys' and men's choirs gather for massive concert in Vancouver.Mar 1, 2015 | 16:55North by Northwest Boys' and men's choirs gather for massive concert in Vancouver. Audio
North by Northwest Boys' and men's choirs gather for massive concert in Vancouver. Mar 1, 2015 | 16:55Nearly 400 singers will amass on stage next Saturday as part of the first-ever VanMan Choral Summit, an event that brings together men's and boys' choir groups from the Lower Mainland and Seattle.
North by Northwest - Sunday, March 1Mar 1, 2015 | 50:06North by Northwest Sunday, March 1 Audio
North by Northwest Sunday, March 1 Mar 1, 2015 | 50:06A visit to a rehearsal for My Voice Choir, another visit to Batard Boulangier to talk baking with Chris Brown, gardener Egan Davis talks about cool season vegetables and Daphne Roubini talks ukes.
North by Northwest - Vancouver artisan baker shares coveted bread muffin recipeMar 1, 2015 | 13:11North by Northwest Vancouver artisan baker shares coveted bread muffin recipe Audio
North by Northwest Vancouver artisan baker shares coveted bread muffin recipe Mar 1, 2015 | 13:11Bread muffins are one of the artisan baked goods that Vancouver baker Chris Brown says he gets "non-stop requests" for, even though it's not yet a regular menu item at his bakery cafe.
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North by Northwest - Sunday, March 1Mar 1, 2015 | 50:06North by Northwest Sunday, March 1 Audio
North by Northwest Sunday, March 1 Mar 1, 2015 | 50:06Daphne Roubini talks about the Ukulele Fest, a visit to Chris Brown at his new Batard Boulangerie, Egan Davis has some gardening tips for cool weather vegetable planting, and we'll have a look behind the scenes at a MyVoice choir rehearsal.
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North by Northwest Saturday, February 28 Feb 28, 2015 | 42:36A conversation with hip hop artist Shad, a visit behind the scenes at a dress rehearsal at Vancouver Opera, Erin Balser has some mystery reading suggestions and artist Jennifer Annais Pighin from Prince George talks about her winning medal design.
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