Episode 156: 2018 Year In Pop Culture

2018 is over (and good riddance). But before we say goodbye, DC Jim joins Jeff in the studio to talk about their pop culture highlights from 2018. Despite not being a great year on a lot of fronts (looking at you terribly functioning Federal government) 2018 did provide us some great music, books, concerts and…

LLS Book Club!

This year we are trying something new – over the next year we will read one book per quarter, and set up events, shows and interviews to deep dive into the four books that we read. Our hope is that we expand everyone’s comfort zone a bit and check out some books that are both…

Episode 155: Live Here, Give Here

  In this week’s episode Darcie sits down with Deb Walker, the Executive Director of the Citizen’s Project to discuss the non-profit’s role in the community and how it seeks to increase citizenship participation. Enjoy the show!

Episode 153: WTF Is On The Ballot? – Candidates

In our second show focusing on the 2018 mid-term ballot we cover the people running for offices throughout Colorado, including the governorship, our 5th Congressional district and more. If you still need to register to vote it’s not too late! You can go to the Secretary of State website here:¬†http://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/vote/VoterHome.html Make sure to get your…

Episode 152: WTF Is On the Ballot?! Part 1: Amendments and Propositions

Ballot season is here! Colorado doesn’t have much in the way of “big” national level elections (except for District 5 for the 116th US Congress, currently held by Doug Lamborn) – BUT, that said, every election is important, and to help you sort through the ballot we present you with Part 1 of our semi-annual…

Episode 151: 8 Steps to Reduce Homelessness In Colorado Springs

This week we have Andrew Phelps in the studio, the city’s Homelessness Prevention and Response Coordinator. He has spent much of the last year putting together an eight point plan to help reduce homelessness in COS. In this episode we walk through the different proposals in the plan, why they are there and the specific…