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We listen in to the literary, poetic, and laugh-out-loud funny creativity of the Pikes Peak region in this fourth episode of our special 5-week series for Arts Month 2020!
- :25 – “Live On the Street” correspondent Jennifer DeDominici visits the Stick Horses in Pants Tailgate Improv
- 6:40 – We explore the current public programs of Pikes Peak Library District with Amy Rodda
- 16:02 – Brandon Bornes, founder of My Black Colorado, offers an inspiring Arts Month message
- 17:47 – We preview this week’s Creative Conversations with local literary dynamos Ashley Cornelius and Jenny Maloney
Peak Radar Live features live interviews, performances, behind-the-scenes access, sneak previews and personal tours highlighting the rich cultural life of the Pikes Peak region of Colorado. It has been hosted by Angela Seals of the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region since 2016, now with production by Studio 809, alongside a rotating array of special guests from the local arts and cultural scene. (See over 70 videos of the local arts community at Peak Radar’s YouTube page.) Connect to hundreds of events, cultural guides, and creative initiatives year-round at PeakRadar.com.
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