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Public Affairs Shows

  • On episode Episode 51 of the Rocky Mountain Regional Roundup: A feature about the connection between humans and beavers; A two way with Dr. Daniel Wildcat, a professor at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas, who was a speaker at a recent conference in Colorado on using Indigenous knowledge to address the climate crisis; A two way with a veteran on challenges facing veterans trying to get compensation for radiation exposure at the Nevada Test and Training Range and a feature on shed antler hunting season in Wyoming.
  • On this month's episode of Soul Connection, Sarah and Zenobia are joined by Lindsey Lupow, program director of HeadQuarters. Lindsey talks about why she loves her job and shares her excitement for a new MFIT program that HeadQuarters is developing.
  • On this month's episode of CMC - What You May Not Know, hosts Christie and Heather interview Steven Skadron, VP & Campus Dean of CMC Carbondale & Aspen. Steve offers updates on CMC’s exciting new community kitchen, jewelry lab and what’s next for CMC.
  • Jack Snobble was a teacher at Colorado Rocky Mountain School starting in 1954, and a professor at the brand-new Colorado Mountain College starting in 1967, and he lived at the mouth of the Crystal River on a very precious wetland. You can hear his environmental activism in Part One of This I Remember.
  • In honor of National Fentanyl Awareness Day on May 7th, Kenna and Maggie discuss local risks and resources for fentanyl, as well as new legislation being pushed forward this spring and May events.
  • On this month's episode of For Land's Sake host Bill Kight will talk with Rich Lafaro and Heather Lewin from the Roaring Fork Conservancy about the good things they do in our valley.
  • This week on Express Yourself we hear from all 6 of the Aspen Artist Museum Artist Fellows prior to their public presentation this coming Wednesday evening.
  • Episode 50 of the Rocky Mountain Regional Roundup features: An interview with Kate at KBUT and Lisa at KVNF about the impact of the closure of US 50 which is impacting thousands on Colorado's Western Slope; a feature about how one school district is working with high school students ahead of prom to warn them about the dangers of driving under the influence; an interview with a student activist from The University of Colorado about Los Seis of Boulder, 6 Chicanx activists who were killed 50 years ago this month in two car bombs in Boulder; a feature on the largest powwow in North America that took place recently in Albuquerque, NM.
  • This week on Everything Under The Sun, Carly Bolliger catches us up on all things Aspen Valley Land Trust, including the upcoming pay-what-you-can Springfest party on May 19 at Strang Ranch.
  • On this month's episode of Dimensions In Diversity, Kaleb Cook introduces the show's new co-host Parker Wilson, who is graduating from Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program Intern/Glenwood Springs High School senior to podcast host. Kaleb and Parker also hear from Janette Keller.
  • Wayne Brown was married to a Marble native and moved there in 1949. At the time he appeared on This I Remember, he was the mayor of Marble, and perhaps its pre-eminent historian. This is Part Two of his story.