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Check out the latest feature program from SpringsTV, the City of Colorado Springs' video studio. Updating weekly, this podcast can be anything from a showcase of another great City park to a look inside the newest creative programs that strive to use your tax dollars in the most efficient way possible.
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Original air date: Feb 15th, 2018 As an additional submission with my application for the kid's podcast producer position at American Public Media, I spent the last two days creating a short educational podcast called Blast Off! This was never intended to become a real show, but it was a lot of fun to make. I hope you enjoy! Email: conceptualpo ...…
Original Air Date: February 2016 This is the Valentine's Day episode of Basically Bright. This was a short run podcast featuring my friend Adam. In this episode we follow him as he spreads love and joy. Email: website:
Original Air Date: February 2015 This is the Valentine's Day 2015 episode of Let Me finish. In this episode we created audio dramas using scenes from our favorite romantic comedies. Warning: explicit content. Email: website:
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Relive the experience of American Prisoners of War during World War II through this riveting historical exhibit at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum.
See why Architect Colorado magazine recognized the Colorado Springs Parks Department for its outstanding work in transforming a former house, garage and bomb shelter into a beautiful pavilion for people to enjoy at Red Rock Canyon Open Space.
A Colorado Springs woman, 80 years young, goes skydiving to raise money for the Senior Center but others can contribute through "Give Where You Live."
A musical review of the U.S. Olympic Committee's history in Colorado Springs .
Come celebrate Independence Day at Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site, Sunday, July 4, 2010 from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
The first universally accessible playground in the Pikes Peak region is now open. Visit this fabulous facility in Memorial Park and experience a place where children of all abilities can play side by side.
The United States Olympic Committee's new, downtown Colorado Springs Headquarters was officially opened in May of 2010.
Join up with a Colorado Springs Streets Division Crew in their relentless, never-ending battle to keep City streets smooth.
A musical review of the many, varied, recreational opportunities that make Colorado Springs a great place to live.
Drop a coin into one of these eye-catching, used parking meters decorated by local artists and you can be sure your money will get into the right hands to help the homeless.
Walk the banks of Monument Creek with one of the three members of the Homeless Outreach Team, the CSPD's innovative approach to homeless issues.
A musical review of the many ways the Colorado Springs Police Department contributes to the safety and quality of live in the City.
A musical review of the many ways the Colorado Springs Fire Department contributes to the safety and quality of life in the City.
The Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services department has a long and successful record with its Adopt-a-Park program. Now more than ever the department needs citizens to volunteer to help keep the City's parks lookng good all year round.
A musical tribute to the people, places that make Colorado Springs a wonderful place to live.
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the City's process of turning off streetlights as of February 1, 2010.
The flu is on everyone's mind. But there's no reason to freak out. With a little bit of vigilance and early action you can make sure your bout with the flu is over quickly and doesn't cost you a trip to the doctor if it doesn't have to.
Many people don't realize how many services the City provides that help make Colorado Springs a great place to live. This video is a look at some of the services you encounter every day that your tax dollars pay for.
How and why the streets of Colorado Springs are kept clean. It's more than aesthetics, it's vital to the stormwater system as well as the overall appearance of the City.
With all the rain we've had the conditions are ripe for mosquitoes to breed. And when mosquitoes breed West Nile Virus is never far behind these days. But keeping you and your family relatively safe is really easy with a little bit of knowledge.
One Quarter of the population of Colorado Springs live under the threat of wildfire. But help is available to homeowners through the CSFD FireWise program. Free consultations show citizens how to protect their homes and improve aesthetics
Being the victim of a crime is something everyone wants to avoid. And though nothing is certain there is a lot that you can do to steer criminals away from you. This video offers you some quick tips to avoid crimes ranging from muggings to burglary to identity theft.
The men and women of our City street crews put their lives on the line every day. You can make their job a lot easier just by slowing down. So please check out this video and give 'em a brake.
This video explains simply and concisely where the City of Colorado Springs General Fund revenue comes from and the City's priorities in spending it
Mountain Metropolitan Transit Announces the Route Planning Kiosk at the downtown bus terminal. This kiosk utilizes Google Transit to allow citizens to plan their trips.
The Pikes Peak Region enjoys an abundance of fascinating wildlife. Living compatibly with bear, coyotes, deer, mountain lions and other animals simply require a little common sense on the part of the human population.
Living in Colorado you never know when winter weather might strike and leave you stranded in your car. That's why it's important to be prepared. This video will tell you what to keep in your car so that you're prepared.
How would you like to see Colorado Springs in 2020? Here's your opportunity to influence the future!
How to properly and responsibly dispose of your leaves.
Halloween safety tips from the Colorado Springs Police Department,
U.S. Footy (Australian Rules Football) will be holding their National Championship Tournament in Colorado Springs October 11 and 12. Here are some tips on how to understand and enjoy the games, courtesy of our Sister City in Bankstown, Australia.
A look at the many miles of concrete repairs made to curbs, gutters and sidewalks through PPRTA funding.
The Colorado Springs Police Department offers great opportunities for second careers.
A report on how the City spends tax money, providing services to the average citizen for just 77 cents per day.
Learn about the plans to build a universally accessible playground at Memorial Park, for use by disabled and able-bodied children.
An update on projects underway and completed through the Stormwater Enterprise
Long-time city leader, Leon Young, founded Leon's Kids, a sports and activities program that ensures all children in Colorado Springs have the opportunity to participate in Park's programs.
City Kidders is the City of Colorado Springs' kids show. In this episode our reporter interviews a council member, the fire puppet and clown show talks about fire safety, we visit Sertich Ice Arena and talk about bullying.
Men's Fitness magazine names Colorado Springs the Fittest City in the United States.
There's an awesome new skate park coming to Colorado Springs. Check it out!
Downtown Colorado Springs recently added 500 more parking spaces. This short video tells you all about it.
A ten minute video emphasizing the importance of protecting our water resources.
Society often takes for granted the long term effects of verbal and emotional abuse in intimate partner relationships. Through survivors chilling stories, this video brings to light the seriousness of psychological abuse.
A tour of the Blodgett Peak Trail system, part of the Colorado Springs parks department.
A brief tour of the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum
From Gen. Palmer's vision to present day, you can visit four City parks that celebrate 100 years in 2007.
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