Episode 117: Living Through Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey was the single costliest tropical cyclone in U.S. history, causing over $150 Billion (with a B!) in damage. Darcie’s good friend, Anna, shares what it was like to live in Houston, while 41 weeks pregnant, during the storm, and shares her experiences and revelations in the aftermath of the storm. https://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=https%3A//api.soundcloud.com/tracks/362637413&color=%23ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&show_teaser=true

Episode 94: What to Watch

Spoiler Alert! We went and saw Wonder Woman and dive into the movie, direction, CGI, and strong female lead to let you know if you should be freaking out as much as everyone else. We also talk about new shows on Netflix just in time for summer and what is on Hulu that is worth…

Episode 83: Dudes Talk Dating

One of our most listened to episodes last year was our Young Professional’s Guide to Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It In COS. In that episode, our guest, Melissa, talked about the pitfalls of dating, especially in Colorado Springs. This year, we brought guys in to share their side of the dating story because we are equal opportunity…

Thanksgiving Week Survival Kit

Dear Listeners, There will be no new release of The Little London Show this week. So sorry! (Not sorry, we need a break, too). Regardless, we didn’t want to leave you hanging. The holidays are always a mixed bag of awesome and dread so we are here to help. Since we can’t tell you to…

Episode 59: On the Road, In the News, Out on the Town

We cover it all in this latest episode of The Little London Show! Including: Darcie’s ten day trip to Southern Colorado and Jeff’s one day trip to Albuquerque The developing stories that affect COS residents The latest restaurant and cafe openings around our fine city. Whew! We even give you the podcasts that you can…

Episode 57: A DC Native’s Take on COS

Jeff’s longtime friend Jim grew up in Washington, DC, a city that is quickly gentrifying and becoming one of the country’s hot spots for restaurants, music and culture. About six months ago Jim decided to pack his bags, and for the first time in his life live somewhere outside of DC. He chose Colorado Springs….

Episode 56: Tech Addiction

On August 27 the New York Post published an article written by Dr. Nicholas Kardaras titled It’s Digital Heroin: How Screens Turn Kids into Psychotic Junkies. Shortly after, The Verge published a rebuttal, pulling apart Dr. Kardaras’ arguments. Written by Rachel Becker, Why Calling Screentime ‘Digital Heroin’ is Digital Garbage, brings up some important points about…

BONUS POD: 5280 Magazine & Our Chamber of Commerce Pins

5280 Magazine published a not-so-accurate (IOHO) article about Colorado Springs recently, to which the Colorado Springs Business Journal responded, a Twitter dialog ensued, blood began to boil and heart-rates rose. What is our take on the whole debacle? Listen in and we’ll let you know . . . This episode is only available via podcast….

Episode 25: The Bro Show!

We put Jeff and his bro Daniel in the studio to talk all things family, lots of sports, and a host of other topics. Would you let your kid play football? Do you watch the SuperBowl? Does working from home really work? We cover it all on The Bro Show!

Episode 21: The Year of the Healthy City

Colorado Springs has a legacy of health. Established and known as a health resort in the late 1800s and early 1900s, we have maintained a certain level of fitness and attracted many who appreciate and take advantage of the active outdoor lifestyle that is offered here. What would it mean to further embrace this legacy and…

Episode 20: Building Colorado Springs

For our last show of 2015 we sit down to talk with Russ Ware and Yemi Mobolade. In a free ranging conversation we touch on Liquor Board hearings, how the downtown core is developing and where Russ and Yemi see Colorado Springs going in 2016. We also hear about a great new coffee spot currently…