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Purplish

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Purplish

Colorado Public Radio

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Purplish is CPR News' podcast about state politics, state government, Colorado policy, and political identity. In a new special season, the team is diving deep into redistricting -- how Colorado's political lines are being redrawn, what will change, and who benefits. Hosted by public affairs reporters Caitlyn Kim, Bente Birkeland and Andrew Kenney.
 
"Centennial Sounds," hosted by Brad Turner, spotlights contemporary classical music performed in Colorado and features exclusive sessions from the CPR Performance Studio as well as live recordings taken from concert venues and summer festivals around the Centennial State.
 
The Great Composers dives deep into the lives behind some of the greatest music ever written. Host Karla Walker and conductor Scott O'Neil look at the world through the eyes of these gifted artists. Learn about obstacles they overcame, and their loves, losses, successes and failures. You'll feel you know Mozart, Rachmaninov and others as friends.
 
Indie 102.3 hosts and musical guests battle it out in a podcast that pits playlist against playlist. Each participant drafts 5 songs within a certain musical theme. Then, listeners vote on whose playlist is the best, and the curator of the playlist with the most votes will select the theme for the next episode.
 
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Staying in Tonight

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Staying in Tonight

Jon Chan, Cailee Dela Cruz, and Kim Nguyen

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“Staying in Tonight” chronicles the lives of Jon, Cailee, and Kim, as they navigate (poorly) through their early 20s. Through discussing their current music favourites and haphazardly trying to understand each other’s thought processes, these three friends are mastering the art of conversation. After all, what better way is there to spend quality time with friends than to create consumable content out of it?
 
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Rare & Remarkable Films

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Rare & Remarkable Films

Kim Paul Nguyen and Derek Rawson

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The art-form defining films you've probably never seen. This is a podcast from Kim Paul Nguyen and Derek Rawson, who together but from opposite sides of the world (Australia and France), critique and explore some of the best films of the past 100 years.We look at how they were made, what impact they've had on the art-form, and what makes these films so influential. We delve into the human stories behind the films, the biggest challenges the filmmakers faced bringing these stories to the scre ...
 
We tell Asian America's stories to go beyond being seen. As people of all backgrounds reckon with complex legacies of race, power, culture, and identity and ask themselves, “Where do I stand?” Self Evident presents reported stories and radically open conversations from the everyday Asian Americans who have been confronting this question for generations. Our mission is to empower local communities to share stories and build relationships around the value of self-representation. Self Evident i ...
 
Project Voice is a podcast series is spearheaded by the voices of womxn and nonbinary folx of the Asian diaspora. As the host of Project Voice, I hope that this series will act as a digital space where members of our community can go to for guidance and resources. - Jessica Nguyen Founder and Host of Project Voice
 
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Feeling Asian

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Feeling Asian

Youngmi Mayer & Brian Park

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Welcome to Feeling Asian! A podcast where two Asians talk about their feelings. After a lifetime of holding in their emotions (shoutout to Korean moms!), comedians Youngmi Mayer and Brian Park are ready to let them all out. Each week, Youngmi and Brian dive into topics that range from sex/dating to umm...not sex/dating stuff, and invite their interesting friends along the way. Who knew catharsis could look so Asian? New episodes out every Wednesday! Follow us on IG @itsbrianpark and @ymmayer ...
 
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In Site

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In Site

Zion Canyon Mesa

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Stories and interviews addressing the intersection of the creative process, community, and place. Welcome to In Site, a podcast from the Zion Canyon Mesa, a nascent arts and humanities residency center in Springdale, Utah, surrounded by Zion National Park. One of the primary drivers for these podcasts is concern for our times. To paraphrase Yeats, the center feels besieged. So we’ll consider the many crux issues we face, with an eye towards how creative thinking can play a role. We will enga ...
 
If you're a fan of my "Trust The Process" (TTP) podcast, then you'll probably enjoy this one too. This is actually a live stream that I do once a month with a friend. This series carries all the same values as TTP. What makes it different is that it's more sporadic and interactive. If you're interested in checking out my Trust The Process podcast. You can go to anchor.fm/vt-trusttheprocess
 
Subscribe to our video podcast on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/GraceGongSmartVenturePodcast Join the SVP fam with your host Grace Gong. In each episodes, we are going to have conversations with some of the top investors, super star founders, as well as well known tech company executives in Silicon Valley. We will have a coffee chat with them to learn their way of thinking and actionable tips on how to build or invest in a successful company. SmartVenturePod.com LinkedIn: @GraceGong IG/T ...
 
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A new Climate Conservation Corps will work to prevent wildfires, help the state to adapt to climate change and protect public land. It could be a model for the nation. Then, Colorado's AG on excessive force and biased policing in Aurora. And, solutions for rural Colorado’s housing shortage. Plus, a film follows a military family’s struggles with PT…
 
080 Devin Finzer is the Co-founder and CEO at OpenSea, the first peer-to-peer marketplace for blockchain-based assets. OpenSea raised $100 million Series B at a $1.5 billion valuation led by A16Z to scale its open NFT marketplace. Prior to founding OpenSea, Devin co-founded Claimdog, which was acquired by Credit Karma. Check out our brand new YouTu…
 
Grief is all around us-- exacerbated by the pandemic. What does that look like for children? Then, a listener photo prompts the question: can murder hornets live in Colorado? Plus, Colorado Springs' Conejos neighborhood is gone, but not forgotten. Also, Pueblo considers nuclear. And what to do about abandoned mines and wells in Colorado.…
 
Alexander Chee is most recently the author of the essay collection How To Write An Autobiographical Novel and professor at Dartmouth College. He is also the first guest to subscribe to our Patreon on air lol! Alexander joins us to discuss his relationship to his biracial identity and recount stories of his family’s unique background. He also shares…
 
A new charter school in Towaoc puts Ute Mountain Ute language and culture at the center of students’ education. Then, the debate over racism and inclusion in the St. Vrain Valley school district. And, a research project moves forward exploring the concept of basic income. Plus, Telluride's housing and labor shortage.…
 
A Colorado Springs school district has apologized a year after sending officers to the home of a 12-year-old student suspected of having a toy gun. The incident led to a change in state law. Plus, Purplish explores the pros and cons of having competitive Congressional districts. And movies to watch for after the Telluride Film Festival.…
 
Fumi didn’t stand up for a girl who was being picked on. Mic is the richest person among his comedy peers. JR De Guzman talks us through his journey of self acceptance, misguided asian masculinity, and getting off on self-affirmation YouTube videos. It’s all right here on ASIAN NOT ASIAN. U P C O M I N G E V E N T S ! Asian Not Asian Live 9/15 @ Ca…
 
Magee Capsouto and the Trinity United Methodist Church will commemorate the 20th anniversary of 9/11 this weekend with “Requiem For The Living.” Then, how the events of Sept. 11 shaped the life of Mirwais Hotak, a refugee who owns an Afghan restaurant in Littleton. Plus, two Coloradans share their memories of the attack.…
 
During the current refugee crisis in Afghanistan, we’ve seen Asian Americans working to resettle Afghan refugees and help them build new lives. Vietnamese, Cambodian, and Hmong Americans in particular have been reminded of their own refugee stories — not just the stories of leaving their homes, but stories of the challenges they’ve faced in rebuild…
 
With the downturn of the coal mines in the 70s and 80s came a period of economic decline for Helper, Utah. The town was starting to look a little shabby, so proud residents Neida Garcia and Lois Giordano took it upon themselves to spruce things up a bit. They started planting flowers on Main Street with a hunch that caring would beget caring. They …
 
Chances are you remember where you were and what you were doing when the U.S. was attacked on 9/11. Twenty years later, the world is still a changed place; the impact of that day carries on. We share the story of our colleague, Jo Ann Allen. She offered her reflections in her podcast, "Been There, Done That," with her friend, WNYC journalist Beth F…
 
The extraordinary story of a man who escaped the Nazis, came to the U.S. and returned to Europe to fight Hitler. John Sachs was a member of the Army’s 10th Mountain Division, the skiing, climbing soldiers who trained in Colorado. Then, a check-up on the impact of COVID in Northern Colorado. And breaking down the draft congressional map in Purplish.…
 
Kim Pham is the co-founder of your favorite pantry staple Omsom and vocal advocate for sex positivity, kink and bdsm. In other words, she’s much cooler than all of us. Kim joins us to describe the trials of starting your own company while being unapologetically yourself through it all. We also dive into kink and bdsm. More specifically, Kim teaches…
 
Our guest for this episode is Adrian Nedelec from Mogul Realty Group based out of Edmonton. After realizing a career in corporate sales wasn’t his passion, Adrian got his Real Estate License and was the first agent to join James Knull and Mogul Realty Group. With five years of Real Estate investing already under his belt, only 10 months passed befo…
 
Colorado Mesa University is in a county that lags on vaccinations and where cases of COVID-19 are rising. But the school's also been a national model on how to track and fend off the virus. So what's the strategy as students return? Plus, the summer season’s cut short for one lake in Colorado. And "Half Broke" shares the bond between horses and hum…
 
Mic dropped the ball and forgot to book a guest so we did what we do best — gossip about capitalism. U P C O M I N G E V E N T S ! Get tickets to Hack City Comedy Show 9/9 @ Union Hall in Brooklyn NYC https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hack-city-comedy-with-fumi-abe-and-mic-nguyen-tickets-166710598889?aff=erelexpmlt M E R C H - WE ARE SELLING ANA MERCH N…
 
In this recorded session from one of our recent live educational webinars, seven of the world’s greatest real estate investors come together on an exclusive panel to share their insider secrets for creating cash flow and wealth in real estate – regardless of what’s happening in the economy. Here’s a sample of the topics discussed: ➢ What’s working …
 
The San Luis Valley is a big potato producer, second only to Idaho. But a trade dispute with Mexico is leaving farmers in a lurch. Then, should urban Colorado be able to use water from the San Luis Valley? Plus, how redistricting could impact Southern Colorado. Also, a spiritual journey at one of the state's oldest churches. And we visit a castle o…
 
079 Joe Sabia is the founder of Studio Sabia, a content strategy studio that serves companies like Amazon Audible, YouTube Originals, Spotify, Legendary Films and many others. Prior to founding the content studio, he served as the SVP of Creative Development at Conde Nast Entertainment, where he created Vogue’s 73 Questions. Joe helped grow Conde b…
 
With the indictment of five officers and paramedics in the death of Elijah McClain, we check in with a state lawmaker who championed police reform. Then, perspective from CPR justice reporter Allison Sherry. Later, an Afghan woman who fled to Colorado fights to get her siblings out of Kabul. Plus, Purplish tours Colorado’s possible new 8th District…
 
Heritage orchards in McElmo Canyon are growing and preserving Colorado's apple history. Then, Fort Lewis College in Durango reckons with a history that includes a boarding school that forced Native children to assimilate to Eurocentric culture. Also, the author of "Sagebrush Empire" on public lands. And from “The Kitchen Shelf” in Animas City: cook…
 
Jenny Arimoto is a comedian, writer and creator of your favorite viral videos this year. Jenny describes what it’s like to have “the conversation” with your White friends and subsequently becoming the main character. We also discuss the inspiration behind her viral videos and question people’s allegiance to Gwyneth Paltrow lol. Follow her on social…
 
Mercedes Toregano relocated to Denver after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans 16 years ago; now her adult children and sister are dealing with Ida. Then, what do trees say about neighborhood health and equity? Plus, Avery's headed to the Four Corners. And Purplish explores Latino representation in its ongoing special series on redistricting.…
 
Our road trip continues in Grand Junction, where people have moved during the pandemic to work remotely. Then, how Colorado Mesa is encouraging vaccines as students return. Plus, from Hotchkiss to Hayden, farmers and ranchers navigate climate change. Also, an update on the Mesa County clerk investigation. And Cousin Curtiss covers our road trip the…
 
Incredibly funny comedian, writer, and honorary midwestern Asian Nori Reed joined the boys this week to deconstruct the meaning of “toxicity” in the cultural zeitgeist today and how it can sometimes maybe be a good thing! U P C O M I N G E V E N T S ! Get tickets to Hack City Comedy Show 9/9 @ Union Hall in Brooklyn NYC https://www.eventbrite.com/e…
 
Fort Morgan, unlike other communities on the Plains, is adding people. Many of them are immigrants and refugees. We'll meet two women trying to up Morgan County's vaccination rate, which lags behind the state average. Then, a Main Street businessman with a vision for helping Fort Morgan grow. And remembering Fort Morgan High School's most famous gr…
 
Denver's Northside, historic home of the Chicano movement, has been getting whiter over the last decade. At the same time, some suburbs, like Commerce City, have seen their Latino populations increase. How Colorado's new political maps reflect these changes could have a big impact on the state's Latino representation.…
 
We’re presenting an episode from Shoes Off, a podcast about Asian Australian culture hosted by Jay Ooi. In conversation with performers and scholars, producer Thinesh Thillai explains how power and status, and in particular, caste, enable art forms from marginalized communities to be co-opted. Shoes Off takes a close look at the history of Bharanta…
 
Episode 8 of The Plone Podcast, monthly conversations about Plonistas for Plonistas, features guest Matthew Wilkes, a Principal Developer at Nomensa. Matthew has been active and engaged with the Plone community since mid-2007 and has been involved with several development teams such as the Framework and Security teams, as well as the Plone Foundati…
 
The Martin-Drake power plant in Colorado Springs burns its last coal this week after nearly a century, then transitions to natural gas. We talk with plant manager Somer Mese about the change, and a panel of guests on the bigger picture. Then, a teaching shift in Cripple Creek. And remembering Luis Ibarra, who brought Tejano music to southern Colora…
 
Jordan Andino is a chef, tv personality and owner of Flip Sigi. Jordan is the embodiment of positive vibes only. Truly! Despite being one of the busiest people in the culinary industry, we asked him to reveal the secrets behind his optimistic outlook. We also discuss Michelin stars and get the tea on what it’s like to cook for the Kardashians. If y…
 
Sheneen McClain says she'll fight for the rest of her life to defend her son's name and to reform policing. CPR criminal justice reporter Allison Sherry joins us with additional insight. Then, the Purplish team begins a special report on redistricting. And Coloradans are in Tokyo for the Paralympics, including Kyle Coon of Carbondale.…
 
We're on the road again to hear how Coloradans are navigating lives complicated by the pandemic. Lives that are also enhanced by community and creativity. In southeast Colorado, some young people are trying to create staying power through entrepreneurship. Later, a listener asks "what's the status of Camp Amache?" And Pueblo musician Inaiah Lujan.…
 
In this week's episode, Brad and Phil will be doing a deep dive on the purchase process when acquiring residential real estate, and all the details that are important to understand from an Investor’s perspective. They will be talking about the relationship between the buyer and their realtor and options when it comes to setting up the relationship …
 
This week Fumi and Mic welcome their first straight white guy guest, Peter Revello. Peter is an old friend from comedy and has had a tremendous amount of influence on Fumi and Mic’s development as comedians and straight guys. We talk about the number of white entertainers going alt-right to get more followers and try to cancel Pete so that he’ll be…
 
Colorado Governor Jared Polis joins us for our regular conversation about issues impacting the state. Ryan Warner asks about masks in school, roads, reducing emissions and creating affordable housing. Then, hear from kids about what's on their minds as they go back to school. And "On Something" explores the racist history of the word marijuana.…
 
The epicenter of a massive earthquake in Haiti is just miles from where a relief group in Colorado has operated for more than 30 years. Then, an estimated 65,000 pipes in Colorado are made out of lead -- which can pose health risks for drinking water. And, how some local companies are bringing workers back together in the office.…
 
Feeling Asian favorites Julia Shiplett and Mic Nguyen join us this week for a dating-centric episode. We answer your questions from four different stages of dating/relationships: Julia is single, Brian is in a new relationship, Mic is married and Youngmi is divorced. The most popular topics listeners brought up were: interracial relationships, dati…
 
Colorado Rep. Jason Crow, a former Army Ranger who served in Afghanistan, joins us with insight into what's happening. Then, Dr. Anuj Mehta, a pulmonologist who's advised the state on vaccines, talks about the science behind a third shot. Also, a new comic book traces a daughter's grief through an abandoned shopping mall and a supernatural world.…
 
078 Sam Bankman-Fried is the founder of Alameda Research, the quantitative crypto trading firm where he manages $2.5 billion of assets. He also founded FTX, a crypto derivatives exchange. Prior to founding and serving as CEO of the companies, Sam was an ETF trader at Jane Street and a Physics student at MIT. According to Forbes, his net worth is $8…
 
CDOT's chief engineer, Steve Harelson, updates the I-70 cleanup through Glenwood Canyon. Then, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, (D) Colorado, talks about addressing critical infrastructure needs, from roads to broadband to water. Then, the future of Denver's iconic Casa Bonita. Plus, "Black Ice" uses climbing to explore what it’s like to be Black in Ameri…
 
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