Morning Magazine Podcast Thursday April 15, 2021

We hear about two upcoming opportunities to learn more about all things marijuana and psychedelics. Then, John Lehndorff joins us for the last Radio Nibbles on the schedule after 25 years of beloved food news. https://sfo2.digitaloceanspaces.com/kgnu-show-archives/audioarchives/MorningMagazine/2021/MorningMagazine_2021-04-15.mp3 The Morning Magazine features […]

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Morning Magazine Podcast Monday April 12, 2021

We hear part of a CWA panel on gun control in advance of a “Road Trip for Background Checks” event happening in Boulder today. Then, the Boulder-Nablus Sister City Project discusses what their working on this Spring followed by a […]

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Morning Magazine Podcast Friday April 9, 2021

The head of Boulder’s Chamber of Commerce discusses what 2021 might bring for local businesses followed by an interview with John Nichols, a national affairs writer and Conference on World Affairs panelist, looking at polarization in the United States. We […]

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Morning Magazine Podcast Thursday April 8, 2021

Local United Airlines workers respond to news the company plans to subcontract its catering despite receiving a multibillion-dollar federal bailout. Then, a report on food assistance for college students in Colorado followed by input from a longtime Longmont Latinx community […]

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Morning Magazine Podcast Thursday November 19, 2020

We begin with a discussion on spirituality in the time of COVID-19 followed by a conversation looking at solar gardens—not just the panels, the actual plants. We close with our regular Thursday morning visit with John Lehndorff on Radio Nibbles. https://sfo2.digitaloceanspaces.com/kgnu-show-archives/audioarchives/MorningMagazine/2020/MorningMagazine_2020-11-19.mp3 […]

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Morning Magazine Podcast Thursday November 12, 2020

We hear about how the Boulder Public Library is trying to help bridge the digital divide but the supply of computers can’t keep up with the demand. Then, the successful state ballot Proposition 118—paid family and medical leave—was opposed by […]

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