• 00:59

    Matthew Failor & The 17th Dog Team: Life Through Sled Dogs, Mama Cruz Style

    in Lifestyle

    We are going to have Matthew Failor of the 17th Dog team here to talk with us for an hour about not just "Life With Sled Dogs," but "Life THROUGH Sled Dogs:" The why's of mushing in the first place, and what living through them means to Matthew himself. 

    As this show is new and most may not know me, I want to explain a bit more on what I mean by life WITH and life THROUGH sled dogs. Lfie with the sled dogs means everything from a personal bio to what the dogs are fed, and life THROUGH is going to cover the very basics of why we mush in the first place, to what these majestic creatures have taught us about living, loving and doing right. 

    The converstaion is going to be very from-the-hip in an "around the campfire" tone; As sled dog enthusiasts and mushers, we ALL have a story to tell, a new perspective to share and lessons to pass along, regardless of what size our kennels are and if our names are recognized throughout the community, or not. 

    Matthew has a background that spans tourism with the sled dogs, as well as racing, and has some fantastic perspectives to share, and stories a-plenty. I do hope you'll join us for this conversation! 

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  • 01:01

    The Speculative Fiction Cantina with Voss Foster and Justin Oldham

    in Books

    The Speculative Fiction Cantina: your weekly hypodermic injection of science fiction, fantasy, horror, alternate history, and things weird and wonderful in the world of books and writers. We ask authors the hard questions. You'll hear from writers who bend the rules and drive the narrative.  Join S. Evan Townsend on this journey over the rainbow and through the looking glass. And remember to take the red pill.


    Today's Guests are Voss Foster and Justin Oldham

    Voss Foster

    Voss Foster lives in the middle of the Eastern Washington Desert, where he writes speculative fiction and drinks far too much coffee. When he can be pried away from his keyboard, he can be found singing, cooking, playing trombone, and belly dancing, though rarely all at the same time. He is the author of Tartaros and The King Jester Trilogy, both available through Prizm Books.

    Voss' books include:


    Zirkua Fantastic

    The Jester Prince


    Justin Oldham

    Justin Oldham is a legally blind writer who lives in Anchorage Alaska. He was born with an eye problem called Aniridia, sometimes known as Sturge-Weber Syndrome.  This means he has no iris or lens in his eyes.  He lost an eye to glaucoma when he was a teenager.

    In addition to his speculative fiction which features Alaskan themes, Justin also writes on the subject of vision impairment with guidance from medical professionals and disability experts.  These titles explain what it’s like to be legally blind or to lose an eye.

    Justin's books include:

    Tales from the Kodiak Starport




  • 01:40

    Episode Thirty-four.... It's a Great time to be a Geek, or is it ?

    in Hobbies

    Okay, so let's face it.  Geekdom is at an all time high.  What used to be an incredibly small counter culture of renegade gamers with high IQ's and low public acceptance which rallied in basements and shared their dreams of conquest, power and legendary deeds, have now become a target marketshare for numerous corporations.  In less just about thirty years we have gone from lonely to legion!!!

    New conventions are appearing every year and most of the already established ones are expanding.  Geeks are pouring into every city in their cargo shorts, graphic Tee's, back packs and rule books in hand in record numbers.  Cosplayers are showing up in every possible persona from the Flintstones all the way to dead alaskan painter Bob Ross.  Everywhere you look, more and more Geeks are crawling from there preverbial holes and joining the world at large.  

    But at what cost?  We are actually becoming such a large group that we are beginning to splinter into sub groups again and those groups are at times finding it hard to accept and share the spot light.  Steampunkers, Tabletop War Gammers, Cardies, Boardies, Consolers, Cosplayers, RPG'ers, LARP'ers, MMO'ers, Trekkies, Jedi's, Vamps, Tramps and a 1000 others... when is to much to much and what does it mean to market a game or product to these numerous and varied groups.  Tonight on the Wolf's Den we look at the expanding world of Geek and how much further we think it can go before we see it shatter and splinter into seperate cons, gatherings and events.

  • 02:03

    Catching Up on The Latest News, The Mid Week in Review @Afronerd, Wed-7:30pm

    in Politics Conservative

    Welcome to the latest episode of our Mid Week in Review show currently under the auspices of Afronerd Radio.  Don't forget to set your calendars and clocks for this Wednesday at 7:30pm when your hosts, Dburt and Captain Kirk unravel the following current event laden mysteries (no "Scooby snacks required): in the ultimate case of reefer madness- we attempt to compare the intelligence quotients of an Alaskan news reporter versus a UPS worker losing their jobs over their love for the Wacky Tobacky; British Afropunk/Urb-Alt artist, FKA Twigs receives racist tweets from "Twilighters" who dislike her dating actor, Robert Pattinson; an unquestionable case of police misconduct gets caught on dash cam and an officer goes to jail; more revelations relating to last week's breach in White House security; as if the NFL didn't need have enough PR woes, a new report from the Department of Veterans Affairs’ brain repository, 76 out of the 79 deceased NFL players examined were found to have suffered from CTE (chronic traumatic encephalopathy) brain disease; Dburt notes that his casual obervance of the foibles of the millennial generation are proving to be truer and more quantifiable than ever; NYC's first lady, Chirlane McCray is in the middle of a PR nightmare because of her assistant's personal life and lastly, a podcast highlighting the Dr. John McWhorter penned New Yorker magazine piece on jazz great, Louis Armstrong reminds us of the immortal adage, "the more things change, the more things stay the same."  Call the show live at 646-915-9620.  

    I am more than amused by the prospect of a battle of wits ... though I fear that with you as an opponent... the struggle might well be brief-Victor Von Doom      

  • 01:04

    Cruising Alaska with Kristin Johnson: A Travel Report

    in Current Events

    Correspondent Kristin Johnson drops by the studios to discuss her Alaskan cruise.  We're jealous!  She went on a Holland America cruise.  For more than 140 years, Holland America Line has been a recognized leader in cruising, taking guests to exotic destinations around the world.

    In each episode, Producer/Host Nicholas Snow focuses on "Connecting the Circuitry of Humanity."

    The presenting sponsor for this episode is Intervention 911, part of Ken Seeley Communities (Nicholas Snow Productions LLC is honored to also produce the podcast, Intervention 911 with Ken Seeley, available at this link.

    Check out Nicholas Snow's powerful memoir, Life Positive: A Journey to the Center of My Heart.

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    in Entertainment

    Wednesday, September 24, 3 pm ET The Halli Casser-Jayne Show brings you stories that will tear your heart in two. Joining Halli at her table is Nik Jans author of A WOLF CALLED ROMEO and H. Alan Day author of THE HORSE LOVER: A COWBOY’S QUEST TO SAVE THE WILD MUSTANGS.

    Nik Jans is an award-winning writer, photographer, and author of numerous books, including THE GRIZZLY MAZE. A long-time resident of Alaska, he has studied and photographed wolves for more than thirty years. Jans is a contributing editor to Alaska magazine and has written for a variety of publications, including Backpacker and the Christian Science Monitor. His latest book A WOLF CALLED ROMEO tells the awe-inspiring account of Romeo, a lone black wolf and his six-year friendship with the author and an Alaskan community.

    H. Allan Day formerly owned Mustang Meadows Ranch near St. Francis, South Dakota; Rex Ranch near Whitman, Nebraska; and Lazy B Ranch in Southern Arizona. With his sister, retired Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court Sandra Day O’Connor, he co-authored the New York Times bestseller LAZY B: GROWING UP ON A CATTLE RANCH IN THE AMERICAN SOUTH WEST. In his latest book THE HORSE LOVER: A COWBOY’S QUEST TO SAVE THE WILD MUSTANGS, Day tells the cautionary tale of his attempt to save the wild mustangs when up against a government agency saddled with its own agenda.


  • 02:01

    Welcome back Mac!

    in Current Events

    I'm back and these last three weeks have been CRAZY! Join Alaskan's as we give you our take on current events that have been happening lately.

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    LIVE! with Cathi-Last minute dash to Europe!

    in Fitness

    Last minute dash to Europe.  Summer travel is not over even though Labor Day is only 3 days away.  Still time to take a Cruise into the Blue.

    Why not take your dream vacation.  Imagine sailing the high seas from Italy to Brazil.  Cruising or sailing neither needs to be stuffy.  Why not make sailing your next great getaway.

    Welcome to a new world, see the world on a 54 foot sail boat along with others.  Did you know sailing is one of the most primitive and incredible ways to see the world.

    Cruising, there's a small cluster of islands off the coast of Sicily with no throngs of tourists, no teeming crowds, no traffic jams.  Instead what you find is Italy at it's dreamiest, picturesque best.


    Five things smart travelers should be doing...etc.

    Book a privat yatch in Turkey...etc.

    Lock in best hotel rooms in Italy for the...etc.

    Plan an Alaskan Cruise...etc.

    Keep a journal of memories...etc.

  • 01:44

    Nick Jans-A Wolf Called Romeo Live with Scott Cluthe

    in Books

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    Scott Cluthe talks with Nick Jans about his new book, A Wolf Called Romeo. A compelling story of an unlikely 6 year relationship with a Black Wolf in the Alaskan outback. Call in: 347-308-8478

    I was born the son of a career diplomat and spent 12 of my first 13 years overseas—first Palermo, Sicily, then Vienna, Austria, and finally Thailand from 1962-67. My dad was the American consul in Udorn Thani, a forward CIA and special operations base for missions into Laos, and later on, into North Vietnam. I attended high school in the Washington DC area and graduated in 1977 from Colby College in Waterville, Maine, with a degree in English Literature. Though mostly raised in cities, I had always dreamed of living in a wilderness setting, and set out for Alaska in 1979. After an 800 mile canoe trip, I settled in a remote Eskimo village on the upper Kobuk River in northwest arctic Alaska, 200 miles off the road grid. I worked for a hunting guide, managed a trading post, and then became a schoolteacher to Inupiat Eskimo children in the local school. But my first love was always the seemingly limitless, wild country that surrounded me, and the creatures that roamed it. In 20 years of living in the region, I travelled tens of thousands of wilderness miles by skiff, canoe, on foot, skis, and snowmobile, often alone I’m a contributing editor to Alaska Magazine, and on USA Today’s board of editorial contributors. I currently live on a semi-remote homesite in Southeast Alaska with my wife, Sherrie, and our four dogs.

  • 02:00

    The way it is!

    in Current Events

    Join our Alaskan crew as we review this weeks news stories and tell you the way its! Got an opinion, let us know. We discuss EVERYTHING on this show, no topic off limits.

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