“Talking with the farmers, learning why they grow and how they prepare and what they believe and finding those things that really matter to them” It’s a gorgeous and sunny day on 13th street at the Boulder County Farmer’s Market. […]
An Update – The Local And State Economy. This week on the Labor Exchange, host Dennis Creese speaks with Erin Jones, Executive Director of Workforce Boulder County. Interviews with local and national labor activists and workers every other Monday evening at 6pm.
The 68th Annual Conference on World Affairs kicks off at CU Boulder next Monday. More than 100 participants will convene on a variety of panels throughout the week. This year however, there is somewhat of a cloud hanging over the […]
On this month’s Radio Bookclub, BK Loren joins KGNU’s Maeve Conran and Arsen Kashkashian, head buyer at the Boulder Bookstore to talk about her book Theft. About Theft: Willa Robbins is a master tracker working to reintroduce the Mexican wolf, North […]
Former Tour de France rider builds a culinary community at the foot of the Rockies. By John Lehndorff (from John’s blog, also appearing in the current issue of Cheese Connoisseur Magazine) Some children like to ride their bikes too fast. Will Frischkorn […]
This week on Radio Nibbles, John Lehndorff and Sam Fuqua give some historic insight into eateries and longevity, looking back at Zagat’s 1997 listing of Boulder’s best places to eat. John Lehndorff is the former food editor at the […]
McBrearty joined us live on Thursday January 7th to talk about his debut novel Western Lonesome Society. He has written three previous collections of stories. In this hilarious, poignant, over-the-top Western, readers are introduced to Jim O Brien who is writing a […]