KDNK's Raleigh Burleigh speaks with Steven Machuca and Lindsay Anderson of Basalt High School about the Gay Straight Alliance's "Alternative Prom" and poetry slam on Saturday, April 28.

The Sopris Sun

Retired reporter John Colson joins his former team editor, Will Grandbois and reporter Megan Tackett, of The Sopris Sun.

Jack Dagger

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

Raleigh Burleigh

Sandra Lopez, in sanctuary at the Two Rivers Unitarian Universalist parsonage, recently received support from Colorado Representative Bob Rankin. KDNK's news team has this story.

AH Marsh Photo

The Launchpad in Carbondale hosted the Cherry Creek Singers from South Dakota on First Friday last week. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh produced this audio postcard.

Chad Federwitz

Chad Federwitz, manager of Pitkin County Senior Services, joins Diane Johnson to speak about the resources available to residents of Pitkin County.

Wikipedia Commons

The invasive Russian olive tree can cause havoc in river ecosystems around the
West. It competes with native plants and destroys habitat for native wildlife. Plus, it can be
incredibly challenging to remove from river ecosystems. But a group of organizations outside of
Durango has found a way not only to remove the trees, but also to help the community in other
ways. As part of the Western Slope Resources Reporting collaborative, KSJD’s Austin Cope has
more.

Physicians for Social Responsibility

 

In February, Colorado Physicians for Social Responsibility penned a letter to Governor John Hickenlooper, questioning the state Department of Health’s 2017 study on the potential health impacts of natural gas drilling. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh spoke with Dr. Larry Moore, one of the letter’s authors. Here, they talk about the study and PSR’s recommendations.

Dr. Will Evans joins host Bill Kight to speak about slowing down in nature and allowing a relationship to the land to center us.

Eddy The Chief Clearwater Tells a Tale or Two

Apr 10, 2018

Eddy Clearwater has seen a lotta miles and sung a lotta blues. He's 83 years young and full of stories. KDNK's Mike Miller got him talking about arriving in Chicago on a Greyhound at age 15 and about his new CD and this summer's touring schedule. He also talks about his famous headdress and the origin of his surname.

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Grizzly Goat In-Studio

Grizzly Goat visited Express Yourself before two local gigs, at Glenwood Brew Garden and Steve's Guitars, and blew us all away with their music. Their melodies are memorable, they definitely have an easy and precise way with a lyric, their harmonies are super-tight, and they are all multi-instrumentalists--their musicianship is superb. They played Gentle Wild Spaces, Colorado and Little Jackie. Colorado was the highlight of the week for this reviewer. Look for them to return in August and also search out their new album Burning the Prairie.

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EXPRESS YOURSELF

Guam Slam Poet Meta Sarmiento

Meta Sarmiento is a Filipino poet and rapper from Guam. He is a National Poetry Slam semifinalist with Slam Nuba from Denver, a TEDx speaker and winner of the Spoken Word for the World 2015 where he was flown to Paris to perform during the UN Climate Negotiations. He is a born teacher and an old soul, and he is capable of motivating ghetto kids and old hippies alike. Meta appeared on Express Yourself to tell us how he does it.

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