Peter Heller’s latest novel The River tells the tale of Jack and Wynn, two college students on a wilderness canoe trip. The book is a gripping tale of a friendship tested by fire, white water, and violence. He joined us […]
Our April selection is Zebra Skin Shirt, A Strattford County Yarn, the third book in Colorado author Greg Hill’s trilogy that includes East of Denver and The Lonesome Trials of Johnny Riles, previously featured on the Radio Bookclub. Zebra Skin […]
This week, John Lehndorff and Sam Fuqua discuss the impact of Boulder’s Charlie Papazian in the world of beer and pie They also discuss the demise of 3.2% beer in Colorado.
The management of water in the American West has historically lacked any consideration for the rivers themselves. This means that water was only considered of value when it was taken out of the river and put to use elsewhere – […]
This week on The Labor Exchange, host Dennis Creese is joined by Anthony Trujillo, Business Manager/Secretary-Treasurer, Laborers International Union Of North America (LiUNA) Local Union #720. They spoke about issues affecting their union members and their relations between contractors, and […]
The transportation bill backed by Senate Republicans in Colorado gets its first hearing on Tuesday. Statehouse reporter Bente Birkeland talked to Ed Sealover with the Denver Business Journal and Marianne Goodland with Colorado Politics about that and other issues as […]
There’s the allegation of a lawmaker who suggested sexual acts and tried to force a colleague to go home with him. Another allegedly grabbed and slapped an aide’s buttocks as she walked in the Capitol. Another claim: A senator would […]