Public Affairs

The Nickel Boys

It's happy hour book club time on KDNK! Erin Go-Book and Ape on the Dink talk about the brutal yet revealing The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead. Next month's book is the much lighter Calypso by David Sedaris. Read along and call in on April 13 to participate.

Robert Egger

Social entrepreneur Robert Egger returns on The Inner Game to discuss community food system resiliency and soul fitness.

Shifting Gears

Local Tyler Lindsay returns on Shifting Gears to continue a cross-generational conversation with Will Evans about our relationship to this planet mounting uncertainty. This is part 3 of a 3 part series.

Wildlands Network

On February 26 and 27, Wilderness Workshop and ACES hosted Wildlands Network biologists Myles Traphagen and Mirna Manteca to discuss the environmental impacts of President Trump's border wall. Here we present Myles' presentation at Carbondale Middle School. For Mirna's presentation, click here.

The Geeks Get Jaded

Mar 2, 2020

Louie and Matt chat about the latest, including switching to Linux and ditching the major tech companies.

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After postdoctoral work, Wolfgang Ketterle joined the physics faculty at MIT where he is now the John D. MacArthur Professor of Physics. He does experimental research in atomic physics and laser spectroscopy and focuses currently on Bose-Einstein condensation in dilute atomic gases.

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GarCo Design Works began as a partnership between Garfield County and Colorado Mountain College. AmeriCorps Vista Nicole Westfall and Executive Director Kathleen Norman share details about this sustainability-focused sewing program for TANF participants.

Ask the Vet Explores Responsible Pet Ownership

Feb 20, 2020
Alpine Animal Hospital

Beth Broome and Dr. Melissa Gisleson recognize February as "Responsible Pet Ownership Month."

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Today's guest is Jillian Livingston. As author of Aspen Business Connect, Jillian produces networking events that connect brands with business professionals.

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Lucia Ponce Campbell grew amidst the Nicaraguan Revolution and started teaching literacy classes when she was thirteen. Today she teaches young immigrant students English at Glenwood Springs Middle School. Tune in as she describes how she and valley residents help students learn English using their journey stories.

The Geeks talk "slide to type" and later Foreign Correspondent Donna calls in to talk about fire sticks and other jargon. Plus, we answer questions about Catalina and iTunes.

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Elizabeth Herald returns to Shifting Gears and recalls who attended her self-led, coming-of-age ceremony on Cortez Island: the wilderness and a wolf.

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Diane Johnson

This month on Senior Matters, Diane Johnson speaks with Niki Delson of the Carbondale Age-Friendly Community Initiative and Mary Kenyon with Impact Marketing.

Middle Colorado Watershed Council

This month on For Land's Sake, Bill Kight features the Middle Colorado Watershed Council with updates from Board President Morgan Hill about projects including a new activity and learning center in Rifle. The Wild & Scenic Film Festival will return with a showing at the Vaudeville in Glenwood on Thursday, April 2nd and a showing at the Ute in Rifle on Saturday, April 4th.

It's happy hour book club time on KDNK! Erin Go-Book and Ape on the Dink talk about The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris. Next month's book is The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead. Read along and call in on March 9 to participate.

Laura Bartels

Gwen speaks with Mindful Life Program Executive Director Laura Bartels about inner sustainability and natural building.

Sustainable Settings

Brook LeVan of Sustainable Settings reflects with Will Evans on agriculture as a healing practice.

Garry Schalla

This month on A Weight Off Your Shoulders, Ed Troy interviews Development and Marketing Director for Challenge Aspen Gary Schalla.

How will the coronavirus affect technology production and distribution? The Geeks ponder this and other topics.

Wikipedia Commons

Episode 4 of The Tactile Traveler includes more useful advice for navigating the world as a blind or visually-impaired person with stories about the discovery of Charles Bennet syndrome, how-to guide a blind person, tips for eating at restaurants, using white-canes on cobblestone streets, and riding the California Zephyr.

Haiti Children

Susie Krabacher is a Roaring Fork Valley resident who has dedicated her career to providing a safe and empowering space for orphaned children in Haiti. Here she reflects on the devasating earthquake of 2010.

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Sayantani Ghosh is an Associate Professor at the University of California, Merced. Her research covers both traditional topics and emerging multi-disciplinary themes in condensed matter physics. In addition, Professor Ghosh is the Founding Faculty and Advisor of UC Merced Women in Science and Engineering.

LIFT-UP

LIFT-UP Executive Director Angela Mills provides insight into this organization's history, ongoing initiatives and partnerships and how local residents may best benefit from the program.

Garfield County Ag Expo 2020

Dr. Fred Provenza authored Nourishment: What Animals Can Teach Us about Redsicovering Our Nutritional Wisdom. He presents at the Garfield County Ag Expo in Rifle on February 1st.

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This week's topics range from pharmacy visits to designer dogs to colonoscopies.

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Nancy Bo Flood is a child therapist and celebrated author of 20 books, many of them for children. Tune in as Nancy reflects on her life, her work in the Navajo Nation and the power of storytelling.

Ask the Vet Ponders Alternative Therapies

Jan 16, 2020
Alpine Animal Hospital

Dr. Jen Kelley of Alpine Animal Hospital joins Beth Broome chat about alternative therapies on Ask the Vet. The recording of this broadcast was interrupted by maintenance work at the radio station.

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Local plant-based nutrition expert Dr. Greg Feinsinger and host Jill Rubin discuss living an active life while forgoing meat in the context of The Game Changers, a film that Davi Nikent presents at the Third Street Center on Monday, January 20 at 6pm.

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This month on For Land's Sake, host Bill Kight talks about sense of place and place making with Genevieve Joelle Villamizar.

This month Get Lit, Erin Go-Book and Ape on the Dink celebrate the show's first anniversary and talk about Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens. Next month's book is The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris. Read along and call in to participate on January 10 at 4:30pm.

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