2012 Nov 21 Peterborough Examiner: The Rogers legacy continues

From The Peterborough Examiner – Music Column: The Rogers legacy continues Nathan Rogers did not learn his musical trade at his father’s knee. He couldn’t, sadly. His father, folk icon Stan Rogers, died a heroic yet tragic death in 1983 in a flaming airplane, when Nathan was just four years old. But it’s in the Read more about 2012 Nov 21 Peterborough Examiner: The Rogers legacy continues[…]

Kathleen Winter – Boundless: Tracing Land and Dream in a New Northwest Passage

Kathleen Winter wrote a beautiful narrative of that particular northwest passage when the ship ran aground…  Kathleen Winter – Boundless: Tracing Land and Dream in a New Northwest Passage I knew Nathan’s father, Stan, had died in a tragic plane mishap when Nathan was about four years old.  on our voyage Nathan would sing his Read more about Kathleen Winter – Boundless: Tracing Land and Dream in a New Northwest Passage[…]

2010 Sept 6 – cruise ship runs aground in the northwest passage

Nathan said it… Reports of my demise are grossly exaggerated. However, I WAS involved (indirectly) in my ship running aground on an uncharted rock in Coronation Bay in western Nunavut. It was, to say the very least, exciting and unique as far as events go. I can now safely say I been involved in a Read more about 2010 Sept 6 – cruise ship runs aground in the northwest passage[…]