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A Symphony Of Colour
Rare Alberta fossils become colorful gems at the Ammonite Factory in Canmore, Alberta
Clip: S32 Ep3206 | 5m 35s
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Coeur d'Alene kids make this exciting African sound a permanent fixture in our region
Clip: S32 Ep3206 | 7m 17s
Northwest Profiles May 30
Singer Valerie Jeanne, Drone Racing, CdA Youth Marimba, Alberta's Ammonite Gems
Preview: S32 Ep3206 | 42s
Rainbow After the Storm
Country-western performer Valerie Jeanne makes a remarkable cancer comeback.
Clip: S32 Ep3206 | 6m 3s
First-Person View Drone Racing
Take to the sky with the Spokane First-Person View, Drone and Fixed wing racers
Clip: S32 Ep3206 | 6m 7s
Even a studio fire hasn't stopped Ric Gendron from creating his thought provoking art
Clip: S32 Ep3205 | 6m 24s
YouthLink Calgary takes kids behind the scenes of Calgary’s Police Service.
Project Healing Waters
Spokane area vets are benefiting body and soul as they learn the art of fly fishing.
Clip: S32 Ep3205 | 7m 13s
April 25, 2019
Ric Gendron, Calgary Police youth outreach, Edmonton Neon signs, Project Healing Waters
Preview: S32 Ep3205 | 30s
Edmonton Neon Sign Museum
A collection of historic signs from the city’s past is invoking fond memories.
Clip: S32 Ep3205 | 3m 12s
Spokane incarcerates and their families return to Heart Mountain WWII internment camp.
Clip: S32 Ep3204 | 9m 30s
Just Joe Clarke
Painting on canvas to painting on skin, this Edmonton artist creates joy through color.
Clip: S32 Ep3204 | 5m 13s
Artists Just Joe Clarke, Melanie Hsiao, Cory Trépanier; Heart Mtn Internment Camp reunion
Preview: S32 Ep3204 | 30s
Into the Arctic
Artist, Filmmaker and Explorer Cory Trépanier travels to the Canadian Arctic to paint.
Clip: S32 Ep3204 | 5m 56s
Artist Melanie Hsiao celebrates Alberta’s abundant wildflowers in her work.
Clip: S32 Ep3204 | 5m 23s
Artist / printer Chris Bovey celebrates the past with his truly unique vintage art.
Clip: S32 Ep3203 | 5m 43s
One Proud Pin Head!
Attorney Dale Nagy loves rescuing, restoring and playing old Pinball machines.
Clip: S32 Ep3203 | 6m 7s
Spokane Tribe Culture Camp
Summer camp on the Spokane Reservation is reinvigorating tribal customs and culture.
The Black Lens
Sandra Williams serves Spokane's minority community with The Black Lens newspaper.
Pinball collector, Black Lens journalist, Vintage poster designer, Tribal Culture Camp.
Preview: S32 Ep3203 | 30s
Old World Father Christmas
This elf is busy in her workshop creating Father Christmas sculptures.
Clip: S32 Ep3202 | 5m 15s
WSU's Crimson Cube, new Apple, Father Christmas, Montana Ghost town photographer
Preview: S32 Ep3202 | 30s
The Crimson Cube
WSU's new art museum is a visual delight, inside and out.
Preview: S32 Ep3202 | 12m 9s
What They Left Behind
Retired doctor Richard Buswell captures the magnificent images of Montana's past.
Clip: S32 Ep3202 | 7m 41s