Fred Haberlein, Post Independent photo

Fred "Lightnin' Heart" Haberlein is a muralist, explorer, and all-around wise man (and sometimes wise guy.) He talks to host Will Evans about his recent trip to Yaqui country for the annual spring ceremonies.

Brent Gardner-Smith

Brent Garnder-Smith of Aspen Journalism talks about his new article, River management plan surfaces for public input, with KDNK station manager Gavin Dahl.

First Hantavirus Case of 2017 in Garco

May 3, 2017
Deer Mouse by John Good, National Park Svc


Spring cleaning can sometimes mean exposure to hantavirus, a disease carried by rodents. One case has already been reported in Garfield County this year. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh has more.

Roaring Fork Valley students thank a teacher who makes an impact during Teacher Appreciation Week. 

Protestors at the SG Interests' proposed natural gas well pad site on Thompson Divide. AH Marsh photo

Last fall, the Bureau of Land Management canceled 25 natural gas leases in the Thompson Divide. In February, SG Interests, which held 18 of those leases, filed suit to challenge that decision. The judge has not made a ruling on SG's complaint. But, now, conservation group Wilderness Workshop and Pitkin County have filed a separate suit. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has more about why this suit and why now.

Geekspeak May 1, 2017

May 1, 2017

Matt McBrayer, guest Jacob Sarver, and foreign correspondent Donna are today's geeks. Tune in!

Carbondale Arts

Carbondale Arts is designing a Latino Folk Art Garden installation along the new Rio Grande ARTway. Raleigh Burleigh reports.

Frank Martin In-Studio

Apr 28, 2017

Frank Martin, guitar slinger and singer/songwriter has produced a new CD Blue on Blue on Blue. He joins Express Yourself with his producer Dave Taylor, of Cool Brick Studios, to talk about the project and play a couple tunes from the album, Pick Up Your Feet and Leaving Cheyenne. Frank plays a house concert in Glenwood Springs in two weeks as a CD release party. Visit frankmartinmusic.com to reserve your spot.

Thunder River Theatre's first production aimed at kids is Lilly's Plastic Purple Purse. Wendy Moore, the director of the production, and Corey Simpson, artistic director of TRTC, join Express Yourself to talk about that, and some of what's coming up at Carbondale's theatre.

AH Marsh photo


E-waste is expensive to recycle but Carbondale residents get one day a year to responsibly rid themselves of old computers, TVs, batteries and more. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh and Jason White, of the town’s Environmental Board, talk about Waste Diversion and Spring Clean-Up Day, starting with how the day is funded. You can find out more about what's accepted and what's not accepted by clicking here. New this year: recycling mattresses.

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ARTIST INTERVIEWS

Rodney Crowell

Truly accomplished artists are often gracious human beings, and Rodney Crowell is no exception. Here he shares some insights into his creative process, his memoir Chinaberry Sidewalks and his new CD, slated to drop at the end of March, called Close Ties.

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EXPRESS YOURSELF

How We Grow

Young local filmmakers Haley Thompson, and for a little while via telephone, Tomas Zuccareno, about their new short film profiling some young farmers in the Roaring Fork Valley.

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