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"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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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Staying in Tonight

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Staying in Tonight

Jon Chan, Cailee Dela Cruz, and Kim Nguyen

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“Staying in Tonight” chronicles the lives of Jon, Cailee, and Kim, as they navigate (poorly) through their early 20s. Through discussing their current music favourites and haphazardly trying to understand each other’s thought processes, these three friends are mastering the art of conversation. After all, what better way is there to spend quality time with friends than to create consumable content out of it?
 
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Rare & Remarkable Films

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Rare & Remarkable Films

Kim Paul Nguyen and Derek Rawson

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The art-form defining films you've probably never seen. This is a podcast from Kim Paul Nguyen and Derek Rawson, who together but from opposite sides of the world (Australia and France), critique and explore some of the best films of the past 100 years.We look at how they were made, what impact they've had on the art-form, and what makes these films so influential. We delve into the human stories behind the films, the biggest challenges the filmmakers faced bringing these stories to the scre ...
 
The word “ Bánh Mì “ means “bread” in Vietnamese. Bánh Mì sandwiches are a long-time Vietnamese staple that’s been influenced since the French colonization. It was the first Vietnamese food I grew to like as a Southeast Asian kid growing up in a White middle class neighborhood outside of Chicago. Through "The Bánh Mì Chronicles," I am looking to "break bánh mì" with AAPI folks in Chicago and beyond, to understand the work they are doing for themselves, their community, and their family. This ...
 
Project Voice is a podcast series is spearheaded by the voices of womxn and nonbinary folx of the Asian diaspora. As the host of Project Voice, I hope that this series will act as a digital space where members of our community can go to for guidance and resources. - Jessica Nguyen Founder and Host of Project Voice
 
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Backstory

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Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival

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Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival presents “Backstory the Reel Asian podcast”, a podcast that highlights artists and issues relating to the Asian and Asian Canadian media landscape. Hosted by Aram Collier and Kelly Lui, the Reel Asian programming team is here to talk film, shop, and tea. Uploaded monthly. Except when it isn’t. Backstory is written and hosted by Aram Collier and Kelly Lui, and is produced by Seungwoo Baek.
 
Break it down in the “LAB” with Peace and her various guests as they experiment their thoughts and life experiences as an ever-growing young adult. LAB is a community for creatives to come together and discover the challenges we face in the creative industry. Join us in the LAB as we share our personal thoughts and “LEAVE IT ALL BEHIND”. New episodes updated (fortnightly) on Thursdays 9pm! Hosted by Peace Kwon @thedominantpeace Instagram: @leaveitallbehind_lab For business inquiries email: p ...
 
How do today’s masters create their art? American Masters: Creative Spark presents narrative interviews that go in-depth with an iconic artist about the creation of a single work. Each episode offers a unique window into the world of art and the creative process of artists and cultural icons across a wide range of disciplines, from music and comedy to poetry and film. Explore more at www.pbs.org/creativespark
 
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Zion Canyon Mesa

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Stories and interviews addressing the intersection of the creative process, community, and place. Welcome to In Site, a podcast from the Zion Canyon Mesa, a nascent arts and humanities residency center in Springdale, Utah, surrounded by Zion National Park. One of the primary drivers for these podcasts is concern for our times. To paraphrase Yeats, the center feels besieged. So we’ll consider the many crux issues we face, with an eye towards how creative thinking can play a role. We will enga ...
 
If you're a fan of my "Trust The Process" (TTP) podcast, then you'll probably enjoy this one too. This is actually a live stream that I do once a month with a friend. This series carries all the same values as TTP. What makes it different is that it's more sporadic and interactive. If you're interested in checking out my Trust The Process podcast. You can go to anchor.fm/vt-trusttheprocess
 
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Parents who lost their children to fentanyl talk about the deadly epidemic. Then, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is in Washington, D.C. for the U.S. Conference of Mayors. We ask about his priorities, including affordable housing and public safety. Plus, building codes after the Marshall Fire, and a college degree 50 years in the making.…
 
Today I talked to Helga Nowotny about her new book In AI We Trust: Power, Illusion and Control of Predictive Algorithms (Polity, 2021). One of the most persistent concerns about the future is whether it will be dominated by the predictive algorithms of AI - and, if so, what this will mean for our behaviour, for our institutions and for what it mean…
 
In his regular conversation with Governor Jared Polis, Ryan Warner asks about the state's response to the omicron variant, policy changes after The Marshall Fire, and the King Soopers strike. Then, high housing costs persist. And understanding U.S. history through the lens of the postal service and Cameron Blevins' book, "Paper Trails."…
 
Up to Heaven and Down to Hell (Princeton UP, 2021) is a vivid and sometimes heartbreaking account of what happens when one of the most momentous decisions about the well-being of our communities and our planet--whether or not to extract shale gas and oil from the very land beneath our feet--is largely a private choice that millions of ordinary peop…
 
CPR's Bente Birkland details the latest in the lawsuit against Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters. Then, Denver native Nicole Lewis is now the launch director for a mission sending seven satellites into space on the wing of a 747. Plus, Denver journalist Josiah Hesse explores the use of cannabis in sports in his new book, "Runner's High."…
 
Re-live my interview with Vietnamese-American singer TRACE from (S4, EP 1) who joined me on Season 4 when this episode was aired back in January 2021. This is an exclusive video interview re-release through Spotify. TRACE, at the time, was just fresh off her latest single and video release, "Cool Women". TRACE shared her experiences becoming a sing…
 
Negative self-talk plagues us all. We all have times where that voice in our head that sometimes tells us we can't, or we shouldn't, or we aren't good enough. Come listen to what Kim and recurring guest Tyler Newton have to say about the negative self-talk in their own heads, and how they are able to work through it most of the time. As always, if …
 
Most of us understand the massive lead-generating potential of social media. Tapping into that potential though… still seems to be shrouded in a bit of mystery. That’s about to change! In this week’s episode, we went back into the archives and pulled out the interview we did with Nate Armstrong (from our ‘Real Estate Deal-Finding Summit’), a bonafi…
 
Love her or hate her, it's hard to deny Jia's (@dear.zia) mysterious, captivating, and even hypnotic charm that pulled 3 guys into trying to win her heart on Netflix's new dating show, Single's Inferno. We break down 10 tips we learn from her, and discuss how we might apply them to friendships as well. Rant & Rave: Snack: Binch (chocolate biscuit, …
 
Democratic Congressman Ed Perlmutter talks about his decision not to run for re-election after eight terms. Then, assessing the start of the legislative session and the State of the State address. Also, a woman returns to her neighborhood after the Marshall Fire. El Taco Rey, a longtime Colorado Springs restaurant, is closing.…
 
As cases of COVID-19 climb in Colorado, the omicron variant creates new unknowns in the effort to predict the path of the virus. Then, an update on the King Soopers strike and the bigger picture of organized labor. Also, the disparity in college rates among Hispanic men. And, preserving the Ute Mountain Ute language.…
 
It's a fresh New Year! In our first episode of 2022 we have Chloe Lucieadam who gives us influence on how to respect ourselves with love by taking care of our holistic wellbeing. She also runs a Music business in Sydney Australia empowering students to grow - not only in their musicianship, but also in their character, resilience, excitement for li…
 
Are you an early riser? Or a creative night owl? Come listen to the benefits of both, but also, find out how being a night owl might be negatively impacting your mental health and performance. On this episode we dig into waking up early and establishing good routines. As always, if you find value in this episode or any others, please consider shari…
 
A Louisville couple returns to the ruins of the home they lost in the Marshall fire. And, a nonprofit helps fire victims. Then, CPR reporter Andrew Kenney on economic resets in the pandemic. Also, new state laws that took effect January 1. Plus, a Denver Rescue Mission program for people in recovery. Finally, a new school uses the community as a cl…
 
Season 2 of The Plone Podcast, monthly conversations about Plonistas for Plonistas, kicks off with guest Michael McFadden. Michael was initiated to Plone under the guidance of Tres Seaver and has been working with Plone for 10 years at Radio Free Asia, maintaining a single code base for 14 separate language sites. He was one of the last to abandon …
 
Lawmakers return to the state capitol Wednesday. House Speaker Alec Garnett and House Minority Leader Hugh McKean share some of the priorities and challenges as they convene. Then, reality star Colton’ Underwood’s journey after coming out brings him to Colorado for support and connection. Plus, remembering Colorado abstract painter Clark Richert.…
 
Mahatma Gandhi said, “Those who believe religion and politics aren't connected don't understand either.” The relationship between religion and state presents complex challenges to liberal democracies around the world. In this work, Gideon Sapir and David Statman Propose a comprehensive theory about state and religion relations, providing tools to t…
 
Missy Franklin is an Olympic gold medal swimmer, but that’s not what defines her. She shares her journey through depression at the University of Colorado’s Depression Center. Plus, how the center's helping train CU coaches to support athletes' mental health. Then, preserving former Israeli prime minister Golda Meir’s Colorado legacy.…
 
Join Kim for one of her best practices.....growth journaling. If you are chasing the best version of yourself, this practice is a must try. Look for these mini-episodes each week for a new prompt to dive into. As always, if you get any value from this episode or any others, it would be so helpful if you headed over to Apple Podcasts or Audible to r…
 
Does ‘citizenship’ exist in a socialist or communist context? If it does, what would this mean in the case of Vietnam? To what extent do the Vietnamese state and Vietnamese citizens perceive citizenship differently? And how are those differences negotiated? Why does the wave of recent popular protests in neighbouring countries concern the Vietnames…
 
Which goals have felt most meaningful to pursue? Which goals do you wish you had deprioritzed? A conversation with childhood friends who are navigating life transitions turns into a 2-part exploration of: What can you learn from the goals that you retroactively believe to be most meaningful? "SMART" goals are popular...but in what ways is quantifyi…
 
Are you a new investor and feeling a little unsure about how to get started? Feeling overwhelmed by all the different methods and strategies you can dive into? Drowning in too much information? Or too little? Or perhaps you’ve been in the game for awhile now, but because times and/or your situation may have changed… are you looking for a more suita…
 
We get life-saving tips from Micki Trost, of Colorado's emergency management division. Then, the survival story of a cat name Merlin. Plus, pet sociologist Leslie Irvine on the toll the Marshall Fire took on critters. Plus, Judge Raymond Jones was an early Black judge, and now his Denver neighborhood is a historic landmark.…
 
CPR’s Jenny Brundin finds educators, kids, and families are between a rock and a viral hard place. Then, our D.C. correspondent Caitlyn Kim shares memories of last year's insurrection. Plus, Valèria Martinez Tenreiro wants to improve Latinos' access to mental health care. And, a new mixed-use development in Denver features a gardeny gash.…
 
The Boven family returns to their block in Louisville for the first time since the Marshall Fire. Then, a woman who twice lost homes to fire offers perspective. And, efforts to get more shots in the arms of Colorado’s Spanish-speakers. Also, a new book examines how COVID-19 fits into the state’s boom and busts.…
 
In this episode, Siobhan talks with Warren Eugene Milteer, Jr. about his book North Carolina’s Free People of Color, 1715-1885 (LSU Press, 2020). He is an assistant professor of history at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. His publications include two academic books, Beyond Slavery’s Shadow: Free People of Color in the South (UNC Pres…
 
We have all settled for less at some point in life; a job we hate, a toxic relationship, one-sided friendships. And we need to stop doing this, But there's one person we have to stop accepting less from.....ourselves. Come listen to how you can show people they need to rise to meet you, just by rising to meet yourself. If you enjoy this episode, or…
 
Grayson returns to help Jen host this special Asian Media Year In Review trivia episode, with Kelly and Aram battling it out to defend their carbohydrate of choice. Happy New Year from the Backstory team! Links Listen to the Backstory episode on Minari. For more on familycore / parentcore. The profile on Keanu. Take this quiz to find out which Kean…
 
Congressman Joe Neguse details how the federal government is offering aid to those affected by the Marshall Fire. Then, Avista Adventist's CEO recounts his hospital's massive evacuation effort. Plus, back-to-school amid the omicron surge. And, former Denver mayor and U.S. cabinet secretary Federico Peña talks about his new biography.…
 
The Marshall Fire in Boulder County displaced scores of families. The Bovens were among them. Then, assistant state climatologist Becky Bolinger explains the weather and climate that led to the fires. Plus, Dr. Justin Ross offers some on-air counseling. And, physicians in the state talk us through the omicron variant, the newest chapter of the pand…
 
Viktoriya Kim, Nelia Balgoa, and Beverley Anne Yamamoto's book The Politics of International Marriage in Japan (Rutgers UP, 2021) provides an in-depth exploration and analysis of marriages between Japanese nationals and migrants from three broad ethnic/cultural groups - spouses from the former Soviet Union countries, the Philippines, and Western co…
 
Welcome to season 4! Let's start the new year refreshed and rejuvenated. Our dear friend Vanuyen Pham leads a 10 minute meditation for us, and we delve into some journaling prompts that we'd love to do with you all! We recommend you bookmark this episode for a time when you feel settled and ready to reflect intentionally. We hope you're excited for…
 
As 2021 comes to a close, we're listening back to memorable interviews from the past year. Nhi Aronheim's story of fleeing post-war Vietnam as a child is one we won't forget. In "Soles of a Survivor," she writes about her trek through the jungle, her traumatic stay in a refugee camp, and her life in the United States.…
 
Hey guys! Can't believe we have already reached the end of 2021!! As much as it is our LAST episode of the year, I wanted this episode to be special and chill. So I sat down with Caroline Lee who has been on this incredible journey of 2021 since Day 1. We sat down in the car with some Maccers Nuggets and coke and shared our reflection of 2021, has …
 
In Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition across Southeast Asia (Princeton University Press, 2020) Diana Kim situates the regulation of vice at the heart of colonial state building. Through a layered comparison of opium prohibition in Burma, Malaya and Vietnam she shows how petty bureaucrats told stories to one another about opium that incr…
 
For the past 30 years, a group of Russian scholars have dedicated themselves to uncovering the crimes of Stalinism. Their organization, Memorial, has in that time made great strides in understanding the scale, nature and history of Stalin's repression. On 28 December 2021, Russia's highest court found that Memorial was in violation of the Russian F…
 
In August and September, the masked and vaccinated Colorado Matters team set out on a two-week road trip. Stops included Rocky Ford, Colorado Springs, Fort Morgan, Grand Junction, Durango, and Alamosa. It was a chance to ask Coloradans "how ya doin'?" As 2021 winds down, we listen back to highlights from our time on the road again.…
 
In a favorite from 2021, we listen back to a conversation with Colorado journalist-turned-novelist Peter Heller. Earlier this year, we chose his thriller "The Guide" for our reading circle "Turn The Page with Colorado Matters." The book is set at a posh mountain resort where something is clearly amiss.…
 
Pinto beans are queens of the table in Southwest Colorado-- even inspiring a fudge recipe. Our colleague from KRCC, Andrea Chalfin, tries her hand at the recipe. Then, cookie recipes from a town that no longer exists. Plus, flavors from the first Thai restaurant in the US. And barbecue history from the Soul Food Scholar.…
 
Trigger Warning: Discussions of child abuse Relive my interview with Phuc Tran, author of his 2020 critically-acclaimed childhood memoir, "Sigh, Gone" . This interview was recorded back in December 2020 after spending the Covid lockdown year promoting his memoir virtually. This video version can be seen exclusively through Spotify. Look below for m…
 
For many Americans, the birth certificate is a mundane piece of paper, unearthed from deep storage when applying for a driver’s license, verifying information for new employers, or claiming state and federal benefits. Yet as Donald Trump and his fellow “birthers” reminded us when they claimed that Barack Obama wasn’t an American citizen, it plays a…
 
In one of the most “exciting and engaging” (Gordon S. Wood) histories of the American founding in decades, Pulitzer Prize–winning historian Joseph J. Ellis offers an epic account of the origins and clashing ideologies of America’s revolutionary era, recovering a war more brutal, and more disorienting, than any in our history, save perhaps the Civil…
 
Much has been reported and discussed about the hotly debated issue of immigration enforcement, yet a question is still to be explored: What is the impact of the immigration enforcement on schools and our educational system? In Schools Under Siege: The Impact of Immigration Enforcement on Educational Equity (Harvard Education Press, 2021), Patricia …
 
Happy holidays! We hope you all have felt cozy and warm for the holidays, as well as safe during the current surge. We always get especially reflective in the new year, so here is our 2021 wrapped! We start off recapping our personal 2021 with prompts, and then we go into celebrating some firsts on the podcasts as well as highlighting a multitude o…
 
In Intersectionality in the Muslim South Asian-American Middle Class: Lifestyle Consumption beyond Halal and Hijab (Lexington Books, 2021), wherein Ternikar theorizes the everyday consumption of South Asian Muslim American women through case studies of their food, clothing, and social media presence. Through feminist, intersectional, and sociology …
 
On July 17, 2018, starting an unjust war became a prosecutable international crime alongside genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes. Instead of collective state responsibility, our leaders are now personally subject to indictment for crimes of aggression, from invasions and preemptions to drone strikes and cyberattacks. Noah Weisbord, Th…
 
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