A music episode with Josh and his mom. You heard us. Songs from The UMS bands Chimney Choir, The Raven and the Writing Desk, Wheelchair Sports Camp, and Colfax Speed Queens.
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Dan Baum discusses his new book, Gun Guys, and why both sides of the gun control debate are wrong about gun lovers in the political crosshairs.LEAVE A COMMENT
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This week, Joel and Ron get all highbrow with Timothy Standring, curator of painting and sculpture at the Denver Art Museum and driving force behind the new blockbuster exhibit, “Becoming Van Gogh.” They learn all about Standring’s seven-year, semi-crazy quest to bring the nearly impossible, only-in-Denver show to fruition, and in the process discover the […]LEAVE A COMMENT
Want to jump straight to the voter guide? Skip ahead to 19:45 This week, we present our special “30-second Denver voter guide,” in which we each attempt to explain each of the big initiatives on this year’s ballot in under half a minute. Go ahead and tear up your blue book right now and use it for rolling […]LEAVE A COMMENT
This week, Jared, Ron and Josh put on the pundit hats and talk Colorado news. First, big announcement from Denver Diatribe, we’ve set the date for our next live event: Tuesday, October 23, 6-9pm. Unlike our other live events, this will not be a sit-down, undivided attention kinda thing. We’re planning a cocktail party spiked […]LEAVE A COMMENT
This week, Jared, Josh, Vanessa and Joel take a long, hard look at violence in Denver: random community violence, gang violence, even violence stemming from the cops themselves. Joining them are Terrance Roberts, a former Denver gang member who founded the Prodigal Son Initiative youth organization, and Alex Landau, a police brutality victim now working with […]LEAVE A COMMENT