Category Archives: social enterprise

Winter Blues Boogie patrons dance on despite adversity

If there’s one thing the 23rd annual Winter Blues Boogie in Silverton proved this year, it’s that music and dancing can overcome adversity. The event was notable for several things – the reunion of the original Dr. Fun and the … Continue reading

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Winter Blues Boogie a Kootenay Godsend

1. The January Blues You have to live in the mountains to appreciate what a godsend Winter Blues Boogie is in the depths of a Kootenay winter. The January blues, man. Skies about 50 feet off the ground. The chill … Continue reading

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Winter Blues Boogie a Cure-all for the January Blahs

“The blues ain’t nothin’ but a good man feelin’ bad.” —Leon Redbone Ironic, isn’t it? That a form of music based on “feelin’ bad” should make people feel so good? Nothing less than the redemptive power of art in action. … Continue reading

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