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Alaska Home Companion from Wasilla, Alaska, October 8, 2016

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Mike Chmielewski broadcast and recorded the fifth annual Alaska Home Companion from the Museum of Transportation and Industry in Wasilla, Alaska, sponsored by the Valley Arts Alliance.
Due to some technical errors the stream and broadcast were of a reduced quality.
The pretty good recording is available for your listening pleasure.
Enjoy!
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Untold Stories Palmer Alaska 9.18.2016

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The Palmer Museum of History and Art sponsored an evening of storytelling  at the Palmer Depot.

The stories were recorded and appear here for your listening pleasure (Note – the recording was processed by Eric Bork of APRN. Thank you Eric): 
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Dan Renshaw and the Mines of Hatcher Pass – in his own words

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Dan Renshaw will lead a tour on August 21st of the mining area around the Independence Mine.

Dan recently visited our studio and describes the event in his own words.

Enjoy the recording:

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From the Public Domain with Suzie Althens: Stories read later in April 2016

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Enjoy the recordings:

Colonel Starbottle for the Plaintiff, part two:

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Colonel Starbottle for the Plaintiff, part three:

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Alaska, the Great Country, part one:

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From the Public Domain with Suzie Althens: Stories read in March and April 2016

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Enjoy the most recent readings:

The Locket

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The Village Oracle

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The Island of Cyprus

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Papa and the Boy

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The Diamond Necklace

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Colonel Starbottle for the Plaintiff

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Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock Interview 2.12.2016

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Mike Chmielewski interviewed Bonnie Sue Hitchcock about her book, The Smell of Other People’s Houses. Bonnie-Sue will be appearing at Turkey Red in Palmer, Alaska, along with Eowyn Ivey on Thursday evening, February 25, 2016. The discussion by the two authors will be broadcast on Radio Free Palmer, KVRF FM beginning at 6:30 PM. Enjoy the […]

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From the Public Domain with Suzie Althens: five additional readings

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Listen to five additional stories in the series from the public domain read by Glacier View resident Suzie Althens. The readings are broadcast Thursdays at 6:30 PM on KVRF FM in Palmer and KGVC in Glacier View. Enjoy: Virginia Woolf selections  SAlthensPubDom4 Gertrude Stein, The Good Anna: Part one  SAlthensPubDom5 Gertrude Stein, The Good Anna: Part two  SAlthensPubDom6 […]

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Part three: Dan Renshaw shares additional personal recollections of Hatcher Pass, the Willow Creek Mining District, and more.

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In an ongoing series, Mike Chmielewski interviews Dan Renshaw as he recounts details of the mining, mountains, people, places and events of the last 150 years of Alaskan mining history. Dan lives at the Gold Cord Mine above historic Independence Mine in Hatcher Pass. His descriptions are personal and comprehensive. The interviews are broadcast live […]

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Dan Renshaw: additional personal recollections of Hatcher Pass, the Willow Creek Mining District, and more.

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In an ongoing series, Mike Chmielewski interviews Dan Renshaw as he recounts details of the mining, mountains, people, places and events of the last 150 years of Alaskan mining history. Dan lives at the Gold Cord Mine above historic Independence Mine in Hatcher Pass. His descriptions are personal and comprehensive. The interviews are broadcast live […]

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From the Public Domain by Suzie Althens: a reading for Christmas

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Suzie Althens continues her readings of stories from the public domain with a special set of holiday stories, originally broadcast at  6:30 PM on December 17.

Enjoy the recording:

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