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This is the new podcast spinoff of a long-running live video series produced by PeakRadar.com, the Pikes Peak region’s cultural website. It features interviews, performances, behind-the-scenes access, sneak previews, and personal tours highlighting the rich cultural life of our community. Peak Radar Live: Later is hosted by Angela Seals, Deputy Director of the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region, with technical direction from Studio 809, and a rotating array of special guests from all c ...
 
Hello and welcome. You're listening to sermons from the audio archives of Christian counselor and speaker, George Stahnke. We hope that you enjoy these sermons that are full of practical wisdom and solid truth to help you grow in your relationship with Christ. Log on to RenewalMinistriesCS.org for more information and resources available to you.
 
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Range & Slope is an audio journey through Colorado. It is a show best listened to on headphones on a snow-capped mountain peak, a wide-open prairie, or a dust-painted mesa. We represent Colorado brilliantly in sound, telling stories that shine a light on Colorado life. Each episode opens and closes with an intriguing soundprint from somewhere in the state. Episodes also feature an audio story creatively produced by one of the devoted audio storytellers who make up The Range and Slope Collect ...
 
Lauren Collier is a Colorado Springs business owner, author, and philanthropist, known for her involvement in the Colorado Springs business community and especially for her dedication to forwarding the success of young professionals and aspiring entrepreneurs in Colorado Springs. Lauren loves Colorado Springs and wants to give back. On the Idea Accelerator Podcast, she interviews experts across all fields of interests to learn their shortcuts and strategies for succeeding in business in Colo ...
 
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This week's guest is El Paso County (Colorado) Community Services Director Todd Marts. As part of the Community Services department, he also oversees the county parks department, and has been a long-time parks department employee and was promoted to director in 2021. The discussion involves the past years successes and future plans for El Paso Coun…
 
The meaning of "comeback", resilience, and live performance in a pandemic are explored in this wide-ranging conversation ahead of the Philharmonic’s Comeback Celebration concerts on Jan. 15-16. Host Angela Seals sits down at the Pikes Peak Center in Downtown Colorado Springs with Nathan Newbrough, CEO of the Colorado Springs Philharmonic. Event det…
 
Alicia Filley, Physical Therapist a/k/a "The Healthy Hiker" and a frequent show guest, returns. On this episode the discussion centers around how someone who is usually a "day hiker" can train and prepare to do long, multi-day hikes, such as the Colorado Trail. This podcast sponsored by Please consider becoming a patron of this podcast! Visit: for …
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin start the New Year by reviewing their experiences from 2021 and their plans for 2022. They also discuss preparing for winter weather recreation, and a lawsuit involving a guided hike on Cheyenne Mountain that resulted in a search and rescue operation. Winter weather prep article: Broadmoor lawsuit: Plea…
 
An introduction to Arts Vision 2030, the new cultural plan to support arts and culture in the Pikes Peak Region. It was developed by, of, and for the community, under the stewardship of the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region (COPPeR), the Bee Vradenburg Foundation, and a diverse steering committee of 24 local creative leaders. COPPeR Executiv…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob chats with Lloyd Athern, the Executive Director of the Colorado Fourteeners Initiative. They discuss the organizations mission and goals, and the work they do to keep access to Colorado's highest peaks open to hikers and mountaineers. They discuss the groups long history, and how they partner with the US Forest Service a…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin Westendorf discuss a recent storm that hit Colorado Springs and the reaction people had to the resulting damage and power outages. They discuss whether people were reasonable in their expectations of the government to attend to their problems, and are people who seriously recreate outdoors better prepar…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob interviews Becky Leinweber, the Executive Director of the Pikes Peak Outdoor Recreation Alliance (PPORA), a new participant in the 2021 IndyGive campaign. They discuss what makes PPORA unique in the outdoors recreation community, it's mission, it's outreach and stewardship, and how donations to the IndyGive will help it …
 
Get a personal studio tour with Karen Mosbacher at Cottonwood Center for the Arts, and be inspired to buy gifts from local makers this holiday season. Karen's work is part of these exhibits this month, which opened on First Friday, Dec. 3, 2021. You can find it online at https://www.KarenMosbacher.com Cottonwood Center for the Arts studios & shop, …
 
This week's podcast features Jennifer Peterson, the Executive Director of the Rocky Mountain Field Institute, and a participating organization in the 2021 IndyGive campaign. We discuss the work RMFI has done over the past year, the work planned for next year, and how your contribution can help them achieve their goals for the upcoming year. Rocky M…
 
Learn about opportunities to lower your carbon footprint by getting around town without a car. Electric scooters, all-electric buses and trains are among the topics. SPEAKERS: Jeff Hoover - Veo Brian Vitulli - Planning Supervisor, City of Colorado Springs Public Works, Transit Services Division (Mountain Metropolitan Transit) LINKS: Veo https://www…
 
On this week's podcast, we go on an audio of tour of Fishers Peak State Park, with park manager Crystal Dreiling. As we stopped at a few different locations in the park, Dreiling describes each site, and what amenities are planned. We also discuss the on-going planning process for the park, how the public can be involved in the process, and a timel…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin talk about who they're thankful for this Thanksgiving and how they affect their love of the outdoors. Also, they discuss some troubling comments on social media that seem to promote a sense of entitlement and elitism from a small minority of trail users. Why do some users feel that only they should have…
 
This week's guest is Christopher Aaby, the Executive Director of the Catamount Institute, one of the participating non-profits in the 2021 IndyGive campaign. Bob and Chris discuss the mission and goal of the Catamount Institute to engage and connect kids with the outdoors with school programs, summer camps and more. The IndyGive campaign helps the …
 
What should be considered in designing projects to address environmental issues, and how can we best integrate these? In designing projects to address environmental issues, we often underestimate the influence of social, financial and legal systems. Konrad Schlarbaum explores these systems using a permaculture framework and a real-world example. Ko…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob's guest is Diane Stine, the Development Director for the Colorado Springs Pioneer's Museum, which is part of the 2021 IndyGive campaign. They discuss the research resources available to the public from museum staff, what kind of artifacts are in the museum has, and their educational programs, and special displays, such a…
 
Colorado Springs City Forester Dennis Will is the guest on this weeks podcast. What does the city forester do? How long has the city had it's own forester? How many trees are in Colorado Springs? Why do some trees grow here, while others don't? These, and more questions are all answered in this lively and informative podcast. Colorado Springs Fores…
 
On this week's episode, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss the circumstances surrounding the death of a family who were hiking in California, and what lessons can be learned and applied from the tragedy. Also, why are signs at a local trailhead causing confusion about search and rescue costs? Also, an update on this winters weather prediction, the Indy …
 
How and why has Colorado Springs grown to be the second largest city in Colorado, and what are the environmental implications of this? John Harner, author of the new book, Profiting from the Peak, shares highlights from the book. Harner is a professor of Geography at UCCS. LINKS: Speaker’s Slides http://studio809radio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10…
 
On this week's podcast, Trails and Open Space Coalition (TOSC) Executive Director Susan Davies is the guest. Topics discussed are Colorado Springs' ballot issue 2C (extension of the city's TOPS tax) and the upcoming IndyGive campaign. TOSC website: IndyGive website: Please consider becoming a patron of this podcast! Visit: for more information. Hik…
 
This week Bob and co-host Kevin discuss why some agencies in charge a fee for search and rescue missions, and why agencies in Colorado don't. Should people be charged for the cost of rescues? How is that decided, and who makes the decision? It's a pretty lively discussion. Also, we respond to a listener request and go over basic trail etiquette. Th…
 
In celebration of Arts Month 2021, the community of Monument is invited to Monument Lake to help paint a mural of the Front Range designed by local artist, Lawson Barney. In this episode, we meet Lawson to hear more about the project and tour his art studio. Painting will begin on Saturday, October 9 from 9AM–4PM and continue on each following Satu…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin update fall colors conditions in Colorado (it's a hot topic this time of the year); Kevin talks about his latest lake hike; road work coming to the Garden of the Gods and how it impacts outdoor recreation; Bob's new YouTube channel, and more. Garden of the Gods Motorless Morning: 30th Street constructio…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss a hiker death in the Arizona desert and lessons that can be learned that affect hiking in Colorado's mountains. Also, will this winter be a La Nina event, and what does that mean? Leave No Trace "Hot Spot" week in Colorado Springs; fall colors; what was your most impactful National Park, and mor…
 
Creek Week events give you an opportunity to take care of our local water resource. It’s the largest watershed clean-up in the state of Colorado. Fountain Creek Watershed Outreach Coordinator Alli Schuch shares the exciting events offered during Creek Week, September 25 – October 3, 2021. Also get an update on the projects of the Fountain Creek Wat…
 
On this week's podcast Bob and co-host Kevin discuss extensive vandalism at a Colorado Springs city park, and deliver some harsh words to those responsible. You've never heard them be this forthright about a topic before. They also discuss the start of the fall foliage season; an award given to Bob; and why is there a shortage of Gatorade? Article …
 
In celebration of Arts Month 2021, A Music Company Inc. is producing a one day blues music festival, Blues on the Mesa, featuring national and regional artists. Live on the Street correspondent A.B. Lugo caught up with festival organizer Amy Whitesell at one of the summer concerts leading up to the Festival – to hear more about what's planned and w…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss the closure of a 14,000' peak by the private land-owner and the reasons why it was closed. Also a discussion about whether or not to use hiking poles; tarantulas in Colorado; and more. Colorado Sun article about Mt. Lindsey closure: Outside.com article about hiking pole use: Tarantula Migration,…
 
Monument, Colorado has a lively arts community that will be showcased at two local events in the coming week - Front Range Open Studios (Sept. 11-12) and Monument Art Hop (Sept 16). We take you live to beautiful Bella Art & Frame gallery to visit with local arts leaders organizing both events. Let's learn more about these opportunities to explore t…
 
How do our local city and county governments compare to other communities in Colorado and the nation? How does this affect our quality of life? Get an advance look at the Local Government section of the Pikes Peak United Way Quality of Life Indicators Report, Peak Progress. Andy Gunning, Executive Director of Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments,…
 
On this week's podcast, Bob and co-host Kevin discuss a proposal to make Pikes Peak into a national park; new trails being built in North Cheyenne Canon Park, and associated trail closures; fall colors are coming; and recent interactions with listeners of the podcast. Vote for this podcast! https://www.facebook.com/groups/outdoormediaawards TV repo…
 
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