The Rise And Fall Of The Arapaho Glacier

The unusually dry winter has many Coloradans downright worried about the realities of climate change. Ted Scambos is the Senior Research Scientist at CU’s Earth Science and Observation Department. He says, while you shouldn’t panic because of weather, which is […]

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Morning Magazine Podcast – Monday, August 30, 2021

The Casa de Paz center, which provides shelter to people leaving the immigration detention facility in Aurora, moved into a new home this weekend. We’ll speak with the project’s Executive Director, Sarah Jackson. The CityCast Denver crew shares the story […]

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Dot Org: Boulder Food Rescue

Boulder Food Rescue works to create a more just and less wasteful food system through the sustainable redistribution of healthy food to low-income communities. On Saturday, April 21st, they are co-hosting the Forward Food Summit with a focus on race […]

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Dot Org: Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless hosts a monthly education series of panel discussions about issues facing people experiencing homelessness in Colorado. On February 28th the discussion will center around the role gentrification plays in homelessness. Vice President of Communications and […]

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The Gentrification of Denver

The issue of gentrifying Denver neighborhoods as made the front pages of newspapers around the country following a series of community protests at Ink coffee shop in Five Points which recently posted a sign outside saying “Happily gentrifying the neighborhood […]

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