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The buses are packed together so tight, it's difficult to walk between them without getting hurt.

Standing in a Glenwood Springs maintenance facility, Dan Blankenship, CEO and president of the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority, points to a driver slowly backing into a narrow slot.

Living in the Future's Past

This Thursday, October 11, Carbondale’s Crystal Theatre will feature one of the first public screenings of Jeff Bridge’s new climate documentary Living in the Future’s Past thanks to local nonprofit Solar Rollers. KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh caught up with Solar Rollers founder and director Noah Davis to learn more.

Colorado's gubernatorial candidates didn't need to say a single word Friday night on the downtown Denver debate stage to start drawing a contrast with one another.

Democratic candidate Jared Polis walked onto the stage wearing blue tennis shoes, while Republican Walker Stapleton wore shiny black dress shoes.

The two men also clashed at the microphone when the cameras started rolling.

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Jane St. Croix Ireland joined Megan Tackett on Express Yourself to share about her Intuitive Healing Workshop on Thursday, October 11, at the Third Street Center.

Neither Wolf Nor Dog

The first-ever Shining Mountains Film Festival features the Aspen premier of Neither Wolf Nor Dog on Monday, October 8. KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh spoke with director Steven Lewis Simpson about his adaptation of the award-winning novel by Kent Nerburn and the experience of working with the late Chief Dave Bald Eagle.

Executive Director of Colorado Animal Rescue Wes Boyd and AZYEP announce a new collaboration. Each week youth DJs will read about adoptable animals available at C.A.R.E.  Listen during AZYEP on Sunday at 2:30 PM, Monday at 3:45 PM and Thursday at 7:30 PM.

Town of Carbondale

 


Rounding out this week’s coverage of 2018 ballot issues, KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh speaks with Carbondale Mayor Dan Richardson about why the Town recently passed a resolution opposing Amendment 74 which would require state and local governments to compensate private property owners when laws or regulations reduce the “fair market value” of their private property. Any listeners interested in voicing support for Amendment 74 may contact: news@kdnk.org.

A video went viral nationally on social media this week, showing Kamira Trent (in grey/blue jacket) confronting Linda Dwire (in white shirt) in the Rifle City Market over Dwire's allegedly racist remarks. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh spoke with Trent to find out more.

Susan Brady

Susan Brady is the founder of the 2Forks Club, a non-profit lending club making 0% interest loans to local food enterprises in the area. She talks about how her spiritual development inspires her as an elder to keep discovering the deeper contribution she can make with her life.

The Sopris Sun

Today's show features co-class presidents of Roaring Fork High School and Tricia of Ross Montessori School speaking with Sopris Sun editor Will Grandbois about this weekend's events.

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ARTIST INTERVIEWS

Daniel Rodriguez

Daniel Rodriguez of Elephant Revival Releases New Single

Daniel Rodriguez, a founding member of Elephant Revival, has embarked on a solo career. To note the release of his first single, Steal the Night Away, and the kickoff of his tour with Fruition across the heartland, Daniel spoke by phone with KDNK’s Gavin Dahl.

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NONPROFIT SHOWCASE

AZYEP.org

Nonprofit Showcase: Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program

KDNK’s Fall Membership Drive Nonprofit Showcase continues with the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program represented by executive director Beth Wyong.

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EXPRESS YOURSELF

La Pompe Jazz Live @ KDNK

Denver's La Pompe Jazz chat with KDNK's Cody Lee and play live in the KDNK studio ahead of their gig at The Temporary in Basalt.

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Charlando con Crystal

Crystal Mariscal

Crystal Mariscal, primera latina en City Council de New Castle

Crystal Mariscal presentadora de Charlando con Crystal anuncia durante la programa que fue eligida la noche anterior para servir en City Council de New Castle como la primera latina con este puesto en esa ciudad.

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