COS By the Numbers ||Week of June 4th, 2018

Some big ups and downs in this week’s COS By the Numbers. The economic news for Colorado continues to be great, which seems to be reflected in the State’s continually growing marijuana market. On the “not so great” front – the Supreme Court has decided a case that originated in Colorado and featured a Christian…

Episode 136: You Share, I Share, We All Love Bike Share

Bike share is coming! On June 15th, 2018 Colorado Springs will begin its very own bike share program, featuring 208 bikes and 28 hubs spread throughout the downtown core. To celebrate, and to talk about the bike share industry we sit down with Alex Armani-Munn, the Downtown Partnership‘s Economic Vitality Coordinator and the point person…

COS By the Numbers || Week of May 21st, 2018

As you may have read, the summit between North Korea and the United States has officially been cancelled, as increasing hostility from North Korea has led President Trump to pull out of the talks. Trump cancelled the summit by writing the leader of a country that regularly starves and tortures its citizens a nice letter…

Episode 134: The Catamount Institute’s Chris Aaby

Chris Aaby, the executive director of the Catamount Institute, stops by to chat with Darcie about his organization that focuses on outdoor education for kids, non-profits, Colorado Springs and more. Enjoy the show!  

Episode 133: The Pink Tax

It is a seemingly innocuous price difference that can have dramatic impacts on a woman’s budget; the pink tax. The “tax” isn’t really a tax, instead it is the extra cost to purchase everyday items that are made for women, even if those items are no different than items for men. In this episode we…