COS By The Numbers || September 13, 2017

This week’s COS By the Numbers is very heavy on the “wow, tourism really adds a lot to our economy!” vibe. I’m sure city leaders will see these numbers, think long and hard about what they mean and how tourism contributes to our economic health…and then offer some tax breaks to another defense contractor. However,…

Episode 100: Gushing Over Gaebler

The Little London Show celebrates 100 shows with Jill Gaebler! Jill is the two-term city councilwoman for District 5 in Colorado Springs and has some great insights into city government. In this week’s show we talk about the potential ballot initiative for retail marijuana that the city council is contemplating and how the additional revenue…

2017 Bike to Work Month!

Hello friends! We are taking a break from recording this week. June is Bike to Work month so we put together a little guide to the fun things happening in the COS bike scene. Events!  Starlight Spectacular. The Trails and Open Space Coalition is hosting their 23rd annual Starlight Spectacular on Saturday, June 17th at 9:00PM. Details and…

Episode 73: Flying COS

The Colorado Springs airport, our little air hub to the east, is more than a sometimes convenient airport for getting to Vegas. It is a huge economic driver for our city, and one that we would all benefit from if it was busier. Tune in this week as Jeff and Darcie break down the ins…

COS By the Numbers || December 8th

One of the best parts of writing this column is finding random tidbits of information that lend insight into our city, state and country in pretty interesting ways. For instance, we have a fun number below that seems to be a positive side effect of our country imprisoning more people than any other developed country…

Most Popular Episode – August 2015

Thanks to everyone for tuning in to the first month of The Little London Show on KCMJ.org (and soon to be KCMJ 93.9FM). The most listened to show – and most talked about –  for the entire month of August was “Where are all the Bike Lanes?”