We’re back in action, recording from our new studio location on the 14th floor of the Daniels & Fisher Clocktower. If you notice a little echo in this episode, it’s because we’re surrounded by 360 degrees of glass, marble, high-rise rooftop pools and sexy downtown Denver goodness. Holla.
This week, Josh and Ron are joined by Karla Rodriguez of the Denver Film Society and Reel Social Club. We talk about the University of Colorado analysts predicting a Romney win in the presidential election. On a possibly related note, we examine why CU-Boulder has topped the Princeton Review’s pot-smoking list but dropped from it’s former party-school pedestal. We ask who, exactly, was growing 22 acres of marijuana in Waldo Canyon, why a billionaire would build his own private Old West ghost town, and when will Denver break its heat wave record this summer.
Then we dig deep into Summer Scream, Reel Social Club’s annual end-of-summer celebration at Lakeside Amusement Park, where Denver’s young-and-fun cinephiles gather to act like kids (with an open bar, of course).
A little debate about concealed-carry gun laws on college campuses, decorum and etiquette classes for misbehaving Broncos fans, a little love and hate, and we’re out.
MUSICAL BREAK: “Snake” by Stella Luce