A Nugget from our archives – poetry readings featuring Ed Craver, Ann Yadon, and Amanda Randles. This Nugget originally aired December 18, 2007.
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Join host Sue Deyoe as she chats with librarians Ann Yadon and Geri Denkewalter as they explore the history of the Talkeetna library and speculate about its future.
Roberta Sheldon, Ed Craver, and Trisha Costello discuss the long and lively history of the Talkeetna Roadhouse with Nuggets host Maureen McLaughlin.
Hosts Laura Wright and Charlie Loeb invite the upper Susitna community to discuss their New Years resolutions for themselves and their community, and solicit tips for how to keep those resolutions.
Hosts Suvan Sterling and Laura Stahl interview Su Valley junior and senior high school students about their most memorable holiday events and music.
Crafturdays happen on random Saturdays at Whole Wheat Radio where crafty folks have the time, space and reason to get together for sewing, knitting, scrapbooking and other craft projects. Nuggets host Colleen Love visits with the crafters on a recent Saturday.
Nuggets host Nick Condon speaks with Renamary Rauchenstein and Jamie Spires about the history of Talkeetna’s Festival of Lights, an annual holiday tradition which features your friends and neighbors reciting poems, singing, dancing and acting, all in celebration of the holidays. This year is the 20th anniversary of the event, and this show honors Emmila Denny.
What do YOU do on the day after Thanksgiving? Do you observe Black Friday by shopping, or NOT shopping? Host Sue Deyoe asks the question of a few locals and someone from Outside – does anyone here go shopping that day? This was a live Nuggets show, with several callers and interesting answers!
(Audio runs about a half hour)
On this Nugget, we hear some stories about some of the regulars at the Fairview Inn in the 1980′s, also a visit by a celebrity, and an outline of the historic building’s owners through the decades. Guest Pam Rannals, who tended the bar and managed the business in the eighties, tells host Laura Wright ALL about it.
Audio runs about a half hour.