Episode 126: Don’t Accomodate the Bully

This week we wanted to catch you up on things that we have found interesting in the media, in the podcast world and beyond. Which we do! But we also spend some time exploring what it means to deal with the bullies in our world, whether it is the toxic co-worker or a national political…

Episode 115: Hear Here

Join DC Jim and Darcie as they sit down with Hear Here poets Drew and Beas to talk about the power of words, getting over fears and letting poetry be part of your community. Drew and Beas also share some of their original poems in this episode. Hear Here is part of the Indy Give! Campaign…

Episode 97: Protecting Colorado Landscapes with Palmer Land Trust

Many of us enjoy Colorado’s unique outdoor landscape. We hike or mountain bike the trails, we soak in the views of mountaintop peaks, we buy local food and enjoy the local waterways. Protecting these places forever is what Palmer Land Trust does, and has been doing for 40 years. In this episode we sat down…

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…

Episode 81: The History of Prohibition

We bring back Friend of the Show Scott Spillman from the Colorado Encyclopedia and add in local prohibition expert and your favorite local cocktail artist Nate Windham from Lee Spirits. Listen in and get the interesting history of our country that brought about prohibition, and it’s eventual demise.  We go all the back to the…

Black History Month || Exhibit to Go See: Force/Resistance at the FAC

Every year since 1976 the United States has observed Black History Month. Today’s policy, news and activist movements are weighted in the conversation around and experience of race in America. As part of our observance of Black History Month we will be publishing information and recommendations of film, music, books, lectures, and events that shed…

Episode 78: What You Need to Know About U.S. Ed

Betsy Devos was confirmed as the Secretary of Education recently, but what does that mean to us, really? We dive in (with the help of D.C. Jim) to talk U.S. education, vouchers, public school and the influence of money in Congress.     Sources for the episode: Center for American Progress, Federal Election Commission The…

Black History Month || Event to Attend: Black Minds Matter, February 16, 2017

  Information from the Facebook event description. Connect to that event HERE. This very special Black History Month Program is presented by PPCC Student Activities and sponsored by The NAACP Montana Wyoming State Conference and The Black Law Association to highlight the importance of education, how the knowledge one obtains can be a very powerful…