Boulder City Council voted to delay the approval of two new appointees to the Police Oversight Panel last night. This is the second time Boulder’s city council has punted the vote. Concerns over the new nominees being biased against police […]
On today’s A Public Affair, News Director Shannon Young speaks with Katherine Corcoran, former Associated Press Mexico bureau chief and author of the recently published book, In The Mouth of the Wolf: a murder, a cover-up and the true cost of […]
We are impressed when local restaurants last two or five years. On today’s Radio Nibbles, John Lehndorff and Shannon Young celebrate eateries that have gone the distance including Ras Kassa’s Ethiopian Restaurant (35 years), Boulder’s original Walnut Cafe (40 years), […]
Bi-weekly updates on what’s happening in the world of cannabis with marijuana reporter Leland Rucker.
On today’s A Public Affair, KGNU’s Sam Fuqua talks with artist Joel Haertling about his exhibit at Canyon Gallery in the downtown branch of the Boulder Public Library. It’s a testament to Joel‘s passion for collecting and his appreciation for […]
Colorado has been the scene of several notorious mass shootings. But suicides are by far the leading cause of gun deaths here. In 2021, Colorado voters approved the creation of a new office within the state’s Department of Public Health […]
The nation’s best tastes are in Boulder County The Good Food Awards are the Oscars of American food and drink. On Radio Nibbles, Jimmie Searfoss and John Lehndorff discuss the national finalists for the 3rd annual awards in our own […]
This week on Sports Talk, KGNU’s Jimmie Searfoss reviews the career of one of the best lacrosse coaches of all time Bill Tierney. His accolades while at the University of Denver and Princeton have made him a legend in the […]