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On Something

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On Something

Colorado Public Radio

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Even if you don’t use, marijuana is changing the world around you in surprising ways. On Something is a podcast from Colorado Public Radio and PRX about how life has changed in the aftermath of marijuana legalization efforts across the United States. Join journalist Ann Marie Awad as she explores the personal stories behind the political, legal and cultural effects of legalization.
 
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Systemic

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Systemic

Colorado Public Radio

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Systemic is a podcast that looks at people working to reform policing from inside and outside the system. Produced in the wake of George Floyd's death and the ensuing protests, the audio documentary follows Black Americans working in Colorado, Minneapolis and around the country to create change at an extraordinary time. Meet activists, civil rights attorneys, lawmakers and several Black officers working to change policing from within. Systemic is hosted and reported by Colorado Public Radio' ...
 
"Centennial Sounds," hosted by Brad Turner, spotlights contemporary classical music performed in Colorado and features exclusive sessions from the CPR Performance Studio as well as live recordings taken from concert venues and summer festivals around the Centennial State.
 
Back From Broken is an interview series about what it takes to recover from the biggest challenge of your life -- and what others can learn from your adversity. Colorado Public Radio’s Vic Vela, an award-winning journalist who’s also a recovering drug addict, hosts the podcast. Vic talks with guests about challenges like substance abuse, mental illness, gambling addiction and post-traumatic stress disorder. Each story describes the highest highs, the darkest moments and what it takes to make ...
 
The coronavirus pandemic has turned life on its head for all of us. Governors tell us to stay in our homes. The economy is reeling. And we feel anxious. Meet two Colorado Public Radio reporters who want to help. Sam Brasch and May Ortega talk with guests and share ideas on how to cope with life during the pandemic, whether you live in Colorado or not. Sometimes serious, sometimes funny, At A Distance is a friendly and practical guide to living through a bizarre time.
 
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The Taxman

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The Taxman

Colorado Public Radio

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You've heard about TABOR — the Taxpayers Bill of Rights. Well this is the strange and sometimes unbelievable story of how a man named Douglas Bruce convinced voters to pass it and what it has meant for the state.
 
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Ghost Train

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Ghost Train

Colorado Public Radio

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Ghost Train is a unique podcast miniseries from Colorado Public Radio about the people with a vision for a greener transportation system in Colorado, the challenges that kept much of that plan from becoming successful and the ideas that might help the region move forward. Hosted by CPR News transportation reporter Nathaniel Minor (“Since Columbine,” “The Taxman”), Ghost Train explores an everyday problem that many American cities face and takes a hard look at the possible solutions. In 2004, ...
 
The Great Composers dives deep into the lives behind some of the greatest music ever written. Host Karla Walker and conductor Scott O'Neil look at the world through the eyes of these gifted artists. Learn about obstacles they overcame, and their loves, losses, successes and failures. You'll feel you know Mozart, Rachmaninov and others as friends.
 
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Rain & Shine

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Rain & Shine

Calla Rose Ostrander & Kori Stanton

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Western Colorado's Weekly Nature and Science Update. Rain & Shine is a regional weekly nature and science short-form podcast that explores how the planet works and how we work with the planet. At three to five minutes, these bitesize episodes seeks to inspire awe for the natural world and provide basic science education for people of all ages. Episodes are based off questions asked by the public, or friends and family, and are purposefully designed to invoke curiosity and place the listener ...
 
Indie 102.3 hosts and musical guests battle it out in a podcast that pits playlist against playlist. Each participant drafts 5 songs within a certain musical theme. Then, listeners vote on whose playlist is the best, and the curator of the playlist with the most votes will select the theme for the next episode.
 
Hunt Talk Radio, Randy Newberg Unfiltered is a podcast covering hunting politics, public lands, and conservation topics; even a few things you didn’t need to know. The best hunters you’ve never heard of join Randy to answer questions from the Hunt Talk web forum, share ideas, reveal tactics, and give perspectives unique to public land hunting.
 
The Second Wind Fund's mission is to decrease the incidence of teen suicide by removing financial and social barriers to treatment for at-risk youth. Second Wind was formed after four teen suicides in a Jefferson County, Colorado high school during the 2001-2002 school year. It is now accessible to every youth 19 and under in the Denver metro area (Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Denver, Jefferson, and Park counties) and through our affiliates in Boulder, Douglas, El Paso, Mesa, and Teller coun ...
 
Jamilia Jackson aka “Jazze Jazz” was born and raised in Colorado Springs, CO. She is no stranger to the beautiful mountains of this wonderful state and its performance stages. She has performed poetry for public dignitaries, participated in stage plays both in school and in the civic arenas, and occasionally she was involved in radio and television. She was also actively involved in numerous community activities throughout the Southern Range from the late 1980’s until her senior year in high ...
 
An inside look at law enforcement through a civilian’s interviews. These are stories of police told by officers themselves. They talk frankly about what it’s like to be a cop in these volatile times, what drew them to the job, and what the people they serve don’t know about the challenges of their work. It’s a view from the front lines and some very personal and emotional stories, especially about why each of these officers chose to serve. I draw on my 12 years of interviewing, filming and p ...
 
Are you paying attention? Our planet is changing at an exponential rate. If you don't know what dramatic changes are coming in the next few years, how will you be prepared? Or will your adaptations come too late? @mouselink is the internet handle of the New-York-based author, teacher, public speaker and artist, Matteo Wyllyamz. Matteo is a "Creative," interested in new media, visual communication, technorealism, and future studies. Matteo writes and speaks about the ways in which emerging te ...
 
Tom Chenault is a passionate man. Whether he is on the radio, on the phone or spending time with his wonderful family, you can be sure he is doing it with all that he has. His life has been one of adventure. He has been a corporate airplane salesman, a stock broker, a public relations firm owner and a successful network marketer. While he has made and lost a lot of money during his career(s), one thing he has never lost is the will to succeed no matter what. The path to where Tom Chenault is ...
 
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The state GOP has filed a campaign finance complaint against Gov. Jared Polis over letters included with TABOR refund checks. Then, mushrooms will be on the November ballot. Plus, we explore "Frank Lloyd Wright: Inside the Walls" at the Kirkland Museum. Also, we talk with B.A. Parker from "Code Switch" which now airs on CPR News, Sundays at 11 am. …
 
Ryan Warner's regular conversation with Governor Jared Polis covers everything from TABOR tax refund checks to monkeypox, homelessness, and back to school. Then, tracking heat in urban areas. Plus, author Olivia Chadha's award-winning dystopian novel, "Rise of the Red Hand." And, the debate over a bronze bust of Christopher Columbus in Pueblo.…
 
Afghan refugees who came to Colorado after the withdrawal of U.S. troops face a deadline if they want to stay. Then, a private investigator on a landmark sexual assault case opens up in the book "Tell Me Everything." Plus, working to upgrade a detour around Glenwood Canyon without making it too inviting.…
 
Given the numbers in Colorado, it's not a stretch to say that a drug overdose has occurred, or will occur, in your circles. Today we learn how to use Narcan to reverse an overdose and save a life. Then, a new business accelerator to help Latino-owned businesses. Later, a Black-owned truck driving school is working to diversify the trucking industry…
 
In this Episode (192) of Hunt Talk Radio Randy shares a mic with Jim Heffelfinger, a member of the Mexican Recovery Team and Wildlife & Science Coordinator for Arizona Game & Fish. Topics covered include the history of Mexican wolves in the southwest, history of the recovery efforts, and status of recovery. Any Endangered Species issue requires dis…
 
The World Health Organization declared monkeypox, and its spread, a global emergency. In Colorado, there were 28 cases of the disease in July -- after just six the month before. We speak with a local a scientist who has dedicated her career to pox viruses. Then, the new president of Western Colorado University. And, an explainer on the TABOR refund…
 
Election deniers are going door-to-door to look for potential voter fraud. Then, a check-in on what could influence people's votes this fall. Plus, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock hopes to destigmatize mental health issues, especially among Black men. And "Rattlesnake Kate" nabs top honors from the Colorado Theatre Guild.…
 
In our ongoing series, "On Pain," we focus on diagnosing and treating chronic pain in young children and teenagers. Then, landmarks that have disappeared from Denver. And, remembering a man who worked to preserve and empower historic communities of color in Denver and Colorado Springs. Later, Jim Thorpe gets his long overdue Olympic recognition.…
 
Roads are crowded, housing is tight. Demographer Elizabeth Garner says don’t blame population growth. Then, homelessness is increasingly visible in Douglas County. And, the latest on Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters. Plus, shifting to electric appliances can challenge folks on a tight budget. Finally, the tale – and the toll – of Yellowstone explorati…
 
As Colorado swelters in record heat, we talk with Denver7 Chief meteorologist Mike Nelson about the connection to climate. Then, Montrose emerges as a leader in preventing school violence. Plus, a man who’s spent nearly 40 years helping people experiencing homelessness. Also, how Black barber shops are helping with health. And, remembering Clela Ro…
 
We remember Leila Morrison who lived in Windsor. She treated soldiers on the frontlines of World War II and saw the horrors of concentration camps. She reflects on the high cost of freedom. She passed away July 16, just a week after her 100th birthday. Later, the Colorado Theatre Guild applauds the creative effort to bring the legacy of Rattlesnake…
 
Ten years ago today, the world watched in horror after a man opened fire at a movie theater in Aurora. A memorial garden ensures that those whose lives were affected, aren’t forgotten. Organizers also hope the memorial will give strength to other families whose loved ones died or were injured in mass shootings.…
 
Fentanyl deaths in Colorado are 10 times higher than they were even a few years ago. We talk with three people working to stop the trend. Then, CU's waiting game with the Pac-12. Plus, award-winning Aurora chef Caroline Glover talks about her love of cooking and shares some comfort food. Also, remembering those lost in the Aurora theater shooting t…
 
From variants to fall boosters, Dr. Anuj Mehta from Denver Health gives us a checkup on COVID-19 in Colorado. Then, outgoing state historian Nicki Gonzales reflects on her mission to learn about Colorado's diverse history. Plus, a mapping project highlighting Japanese Americans in Five Points. And, Judy Collins returns to her Colorado roots.…
 
In this episode (191) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy shares the mic with Chris Servheen, PhD who dedicated his entire career to the cause of grizzly bear recovery in the Lower 48. Topics covered include the history of Gbears, population trends, human encroachments and habitat impacts, Gbears need big country, human caused mortalities, working …
 
Incumbent U.S. Senator Michael Bennet is gearing up for a tough reelection campaign. He answers questions about the Supreme Court, abortion access, the filibuster, President Biden's leadership, and inflation. Then, an innovative effort to save water. Plus, working to diversify the prestigious James Beard Awards. And, a special bond over violins.…
 
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