Daynee shares one of her many projects as volunteer producer at KNOM: develop the world music catalog to a decent size, so we can work the songs into each day. But what exactly is world music?
Snow, ice, and Zumba. Anna Rose learns 10 lessons (oddities?) from her first Nome winter.
Daynee reflects on how she ended up in Nome. Originally from Bolivia, it was a long journey to school in Washington D.C., and finally to volunteering for KNOM in Nome. “Why Alaska of all places?”
Zach’s recent visit to Stebbins, a community still recovering from devastating flooding in November, revealed how the community is working together to rebuild and strengthen themselves for future challenges.
Halfway through her first volunteer year at KNOM, Emily looks back – and offers some hearty encouragement to our 2014-2015 volunteer applicants.
“In 2014,” Dayneé says, “the Morning Show is getting a remake. Why limit ourselves only to two voices?”
Take my hand in your own. Feel that. That warmth, skin, nails, grooves and roughness amid the faint damp. I feel yours. Now, place your other hand…
“Small-town living in the Alaskan frontier,” Dayneé says, “is a fine balance between rugged individualism and communal caring… Sooner or later, you have to ask for help.”
Tara reflects on her 2013 year in pursuit of KNOM and adventure to Nome.
It was not sad to work through the holidays. But it was a little annoying, and a primer on the mechanics of holidays in the working…