Tag Archives: Eliza Gilkyson

Have Your Cake . . PART TWO! Plus Jared Polis Visits eTown Hall

CAKE, Danny Barnes and Eliza Gilkyson join us for part two of this special version of  ’eTown on the Road’. Nick and I and the eTown gang are happily hanging in the great state of Washington still, as part of  ‘Celebrate Elwha’, a multi-day event to commemorate our nation’s largest dam removal project. (Again, the back-story: At the […]

eTown Heads to the Northwest . . and Tons of GREAT Stuff at eTown Hall!

Join us in Port Angeles, Washington, as we take part in ‘Celebrate Elwha’, a multi-day event honoring the largest dam removal project in the U.S. This especially eco-themed show is being repeated for your listening pleasure, based on the enthusiastic response we got the first time around (we originally aired this two-part series in the […]

Levon Helm: A Creative Life . . and This Week’s Broadcast/Podcast Details:

Maybe you’re like me: I’m still blue from the news that Levon Helm has passed away. I know that’s not a rational thing. I never had the honor of meeting him; I certainly didn’t know him personally. But still, the music he created had such an impact on our culture and on me, at a […]

THANKSGIVING . . AND THIS WEEK’S SHOW . .

Cake, Danny Barnes and Eliza Gilkyson join us for part two of this special version of  ’eTown on the Road’ in the great state of Washington. Nick and I and the eTown gang are happily in the Northwest to be part of in ‘Celebrate Elwha’, a multi-day event commemorating the nation’s largest dam removal project. […]

Removal of eco-damaging dams in the Northwest brings eTown out ‘on the road:’

It’s a special eco-themed road show for you, both this week and next (see videos below). eTown packs its bags and heads to Port Angeles, Washington to take part in ‘Celebrate Elwha’, a multi-day event commemorating the nation’s largest dam removal project. (The back story: In the early 1900’s two privately installed dams were built […]

A Note From Helen . . . This week’s eTown broadcast with Eliza Gilkyson and Matt Costa

Hi everyone, I hope you all had a relaxed and rejuvenating Memorial Day weekend. It’s funny, maybe a tiny bit sad actually, the way that this particular holiday has turned into a sort of ‘beer, brat and b’b’q” weekend – don’t get me wrong, it’s great to have a long weekend, and it’s fun to […]

A Note From Helen

Hi everyone, Well, I don’t know about you but I continue to have major spring fever, supported by 70+ degrees temp and sunny blue skies over the last few days. I know March 21st was officially the first day of spring, but, as those of you who are familiar with ‘springtime in the Rockies’ know […]