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The Town of Carbondale invites the entire valley to a Mardi Gras celebration on First Friday, February 1, 2013. Festivities begin with a parade down Main Street starting at 4:30 p.m. The parade will be followed by fun family activities along Main Street and at the Gordon Cooper library. Restaurants and clubs are putting out the welcome mat with tempting specials and live music. Come for the parade, stay for the ice skating and public art.
The Colorado Mountain College theatre department has announced the cast of its upcoming Spring production. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh sat in on Sunday's auditions and has this report.
Click here for the full cast list for CMC's Rocky Horror Show.
This year the grand prize at the prestigious Banff Film Festival went to Carbondale filmmaker Anson Fogel, for his documentary short "Cold." KDNK's Ed Williams sat down with Fogel to talk about the film.
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Amy Kimberly will no longer be the events director for the Carbondale Council for Arts and Humanities ... As of September 1st, she'll be directing the whole organization. She spoke with KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh about the change.
Carbondale was treated to a little bit of Cuba this week when members of the Orquestra Buena Vista Social Club visited the Third Street Center. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh was there.
Austin's South by Southwest Music Festival helps to launch the careers of hundreds of bands every year. Over the course of a week, there are parties that showcase bands from Britain to New Orleans to Boston. But Colorado bands are conspicuously absent from most official events. KDNK's Mathew Katz attended the festival, and spoke to some of the few Colorado groups that made it down to play.
The Green is the New Black Fashion Show is this weekend at Carbondale’s Rec Center. Now in its third year, the show aims to promote fashion that uses sustainable and even recycled materials. KDNK’s Conrad Wilson has a preview of this year’s show.
An exhibit that brings Haiti to Carbondale opens tonight at the Third Street Center.
The music and art comes from the nonprofit Feed Them With Music - an organization with the idea that artists can use their talents to combat malnutrition and global starvation.
KDNK's Conrad Wilson sat down with the two Carbondale residents behind the organization: singer/songwriter Paul Frantzich and photographer Ashley Mosher.
The 5 Point Film Festival is celebrating fall with a screening of the film 180South - which chronicles the original trip Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard took to the tip of South America decades ago. KDNK's Conrad Wilson spoke with climber Timmy O'Neal who appears is the documentary with Chouinard.
After 25 years and 217 shows, Glenwood's weekly outdoor summer jazz parties are coming to an end. But will the park be dark next year? KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh reports.