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Thursday, May 15, 2008

Vancouver audio archives updated to May 11

All the audio archives, including Chetverta Khvylia, are now updated on the Nash Holos website.

There's been lots going on in the Ukrainian community locally and further afield, and so there have been a rash of interviews with some fascinating people with very fascinating information and news.

Most recently, Dr. Lubomyr Luciuk, President of the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association, with an update on the Ukrainian redress settlement, Mary Gavan, a registered nurse and Celtic storyteller on the connection between hemachromatosis (iron overload) and northern Europeans (particularly Celts and Ukrainians), Richmond pysanka artist Joan Brander on her new book and its launch in Washington, DC, and Gladys Andreas, founder of the BC Ukrainian Festival.

And of course, more of the usual:
  • Ukrainian Food Flair with recipes for chilled apple soup, baked beets, mushroom-stuffed eggs, and Easter babka
  • Travel Tips on such topics as the Diaspora Museum in Chernivtsi, gift ideas for travellers to Ukraine, and a vocal vignette on Easter in Ukraine;
  • A Spiritual Moment, with Fathers Ihor and Edward Danylo
  • Proverb of the Week
  • community events
  • and, as always, Great Ukrainian Music from all corners of the globe!

As always, at the Nash Holos website.

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