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Carbondale's annual 5 Point Film Festival begins on Thursday. The festival will run until Sunday, and all this week we'll bring you interviews with organizers and filmmakers involved with the festival. Starting off, KDNK's Mathew Katz spoke with local photographer Tyler Stableford. Stableford recently jumped into filmmaking with his new short film, The Fall Line.
A few weeks ago, former Garfield County Sheriff Tom Dalessandri announced that he wanted his old job back -- he'll be running against current sheriff Lou Valerio in the upcoming November election. Dalessandri was ousted by Valerio in 2002. As part of our continuing series on crime in the Valley, KDNK's Mathew Katz spoke to Dalessadri about how he would change law enforcement in Garfield county.
Cellular Guilt, a comedy by Valley residents, Jack Green, Bob Willey (WY-LEE), and Joe Mollica, opened the summer arts and theater season last night at Glenwood's historic Cardiff schoolhouse. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh caught up with Green and Willey during rehearsal this week to talk about the place, the play, and their new production company.
Cellular Guilt continues tonight and Saturday at 7:30 PM at the Cardiff schoolhouse. Tickets are available at the door or at 945.6247.
Our Native American relatives remind us everything is alive, intelligent, interconnected, and moving in a great circle.
Could the risk of biting into your tuna fish sandwich and the health tragedy occurring in our oceans be connected to emissions from Colorado Coal fired power plants?
KDNK's Will Evans talks with Brook Aitken, cinematographer for the Academy Award winning documentary, The Cove.
Julie McCarthy has traveled the world as a foreign correspondent for NPR, heading the network's Tokyo bureau, reporting from Europe, Africa and the Middle East, and covering the news and issues of South America. In April 2009, McCarthy moved to Islamabad to open NPR's first permanent bureau in Pakistan. McCarthy is back in the states for a bit and spoke with KDNK's Conrad Wilson about Pakistan and life as a NPR foreign correspondent.
The number of hate groups in the US is at an all time high, according to a new report by the Southern Poverty Law Center. KDNK's Conrad Wilson spoke with Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center, who headed up the report "Rage on the Right." The report looks at the rise of extremist groups in the US and how they're beginning to infiltrate mainstream society.
The corner of Highway 82 and 133 can be a cold and miserable place. Many of the panhandlers that work that corner call it "Hawk's Corner." Hawk has scratched out a life there for nine years, sleeping under the bridges, eating anything that comes and taking life one day at a time. KDNK's Steve Skinner went to speak to Hawk, to find out more about this homeless person living in our midst.
The Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment teams up with eighth grade students at Glenwood Springs Middle School responding to the genocide taking place in Darfur, Sudan.
As part of our membership drive, we're putting the spotlight on other local nonprofits. Today, KDNK's Mathew Katz spoke to Janet Rippy, executive director of the Mountain Regional Housing Corporation to find out how the corporation wants to help the community.
The goal of Immigrant Stories is to foster thoughtful communication and a better understanding of immigrants past and present through personal storytelling. Elizabeth Boomhower recounts her family's struggle to survive when the Nazis invaded the Netherlands.