Brothers Keeper

Here’s your community calendar for Thursday, June 21st, underwritten by Sopris Liquor and Wine, at the corner of 133 and Main in Carbondale.  For a list of todays events like Brothers Keeper playing at the Snowmass Concert sereis for AREDay follow the headline...

AH Marsh photo

Phyllis Bald Eagle and her husband Amos Cook Black Horse, of the Mnicojou/Hunkpapa bands of the Lakota Nations, were part of a panel discussion at ARE Day in Snowmass this week. Here they talk about the meaning of ancient wisdom. ARE Day 2018 continues throught the weekend. Schedule of remaining events can be found here.

AZYEP's Maija Petterson presents two pieces with perspectives from the LGBTQ+ community in celebration of Pride Month. Thank you to AspenOUT and Paige Gibbons for support with this project. 

Wednesday Community Calendar

Jun 20, 2018
Adam Cayton-Holland

Here’s your community calendar for Wednesday,June 6th, underwritten by Sopris Liquor and Wine, at the corner of 133 and Main in Carbondale.  For a list of todays events like Comedy Night at Marble Bar Aspen featuring Adam Cayton-Holland follow the headline...

Captain Paul Watson has been plying the world’s oceans for over 4 decades as the founder of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society in efforts to save whales and rid the world of illegal fishing. The Sea Shepherds are infamous for ramming and sinking ships but in 2000, Watson changed tack. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh met with the captain at ARE Day this week in Snowmass. Here’s a clip from their conversation. Tune in to Valley Voices on Thursday, June 28, for the entire conversation.

Colorado Parks & Wildlife

When natural food sources fail to feed black bears, they often find new sources of food among humans. KDNK’s Raleigh Burleigh reports on how Coloradans are responding to an increase in incidents.

Nationally touring standup comedian Adam Cayton-Holland speaks to station manager Gavin Dahl about his upcoming tour in Colorado, including stops at Marble Distilling in Carbondale tonight, June 19th, and at Marble Bar Aspen on Wednesday June 20th. They discuss peforming for tough crowds, how the Denver comedy scene has changed over the years, Adam's troupe called Grawlix and their TV series called Those Who Can't on the TruTV network, meeting Conan O'Brien, plus the Colorado Rockies, Denver Comic Con, the rise of MeToo, and Adam's forthcoming book.

Eric Goold, KVNF

A scientist and Coal Methane group are working together on a project to remove a damaged cement cap on the water intake for the Paonia dam. In addition, they are assessing ways to deal with the aging infrastructure of the dam in conjunction with the increasing amount of sediment deposited behind the dam. KVNF’s Eric Goold has more.

Steve Tarver joins the geeks discuss enterprise, public cloud, CenturyLink DSL, and an issue with Avast Antivirus and the latest Windows update.

Reservoirs that store water along the Colorado River are projected to be less than half full later this year, potentially marking a historic low mark for the river system that supplies water to seven U.S. states and Mexico.

Forecasters with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation expect the river’s reservoirs -- Lakes Mead and Powell among them -- to be at a combined 48 percent of capacity by the end of September. That would be one of the lowest points ever for the combined water storage.





Jack Dagger

Ape on the Dink Interviews Jack Dagger

Knife throwing expert Jack Dagger , The King of Fling, stopped by KDNK to speak with April Spaulding while visiting Carbondale.

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Olivia Siegel

Jackson Emmer on Express Yourself

Jackson Emmer has an accomplished new CD and he dropped by Express Yourself to talk about it prior to his gig at Steve's Guitars.

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Bob's Free Music Calendar 2018