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Purplish is CPR News' weekly podcast about state politics, state government, Colorado policy, and political identity. This season the show is hosted by public affairs reporters Bente Birkeland, Caitlyn Kim and Andrew Kenney. Each week ahead of (and even a bit after) the 2020 election, they'll break down the latest developments in the races and on the ground, look ahead to what's next, and dive into the bigger picture of what it all means for our not-red, not-blue, still pretty purple state.
 
The art-form defining films you've probably never seen. This is a podcast from Kim Paul Nguyen and Derek Rawson, who together but from opposite sides of the world (Australia and France), critique and explore some of the best films of the past 100 years.We look at how they were made, what impact they've had on the art-form, and what makes these films so influential. We delve into the human stories behind the films, the biggest challenges the filmmakers faced bringing these stories to the scre ...
 
The Great Composers dives deep into the lives behind some of the greatest music ever written. Host Karla Walker and conductor Scott O'Neil look at the world through the eyes of these gifted artists. Learn about obstacles they overcame, and their loves, losses, successes and failures. You'll feel you know Mozart, Rachmaninov and others as friends.
 
Indie 102.3 hosts and musical guests battle it out in a podcast that pits playlist against playlist. Each participant drafts 5 songs within a certain musical theme. Then, listeners vote on whose playlist is the best, and the curator of the playlist with the most votes will select the theme for the next episode.
 
“Staying in Tonight” chronicles the lives of Jon, Cailee, and Kim, as they navigate (poorly) through their early 20s. Through discussing their current music favourites and haphazardly trying to understand each other’s thought processes, these three friends are mastering the art of conversation. After all, what better way is there to spend quality time with friends than to create consumable content out of it?
 
Facing Fear features individuals who approach fear in the pursuit of living unapologetically authentic lives and defining success on their own terms. Together with the interviewees and host (Sara McInerney Hauck), we are here to bring you raw storytelling and realistic tools to help conquer fear and surpass your goals.
 
Project Voice is a podcast series is spearheaded by the voices of womxn and nonbinary folx of the Asian diaspora. As the host of Project Voice, I hope that this series will act as a digital space where members of our community can go to for guidance and resources. - Jessica Nguyen Founder and Host of Project Voice
 
WOVE Inspiration interviews women who “use their voice” to share their stories of overcoming issues such as mental illness, abuse, and many other obstacles in life. Everyone has a story; some good, some not so good. The common factor for guests on WOVE Inspiration are their victorious endings.
 
Welcome to Feeling Asian! A podcast where two Asians talk about their feelings. After a lifetime of holding in their emotions (shoutout to Korean moms!), comedians Youngmi Mayer and Brian Park are ready to let them all out. Each week, Youngmi and Brian dive into topics that range from sex/dating to umm...not sex/dating stuff, and invite their interesting friends along the way. Who knew catharsis could look so Asian? New episodes out every Wednesday! Follow us on IG @itsbrianpark and @ymmayer ...
 
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This is the final installment of my 10,000 Thank You's episode re-air celebration! In case you missed the last few episodes, go back and listen to the one from October 26 where I shared more about the 10,000 journey and why I decided to re-air four episodes. THANK YOU so much for listening. I did not get to 10,000 alone. RE-AIR FROM 3/9/2020: S2E10…
 
How well is the contact tracing app working in Colorado? Plus why some businesses in Mesa County aren't as restricted as other places. Then, the concept of "hospital at home" gains traction in the pandemic. Also, how gyms are faring, encouraging online buying at museum gift shops, and books to consider for holiday gift-giving or to just enjoy readi…
 
Most of our discussions about how “technology will change the world” focus on the global cities that drive the world economy. Even when we talk about China, we focus on its major cities: Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen. Xiaowei Wang corrects this metronormativity in their recent book Blockchain Chicken Farm: And Other Stories of Tech in China's Coun…
 
Nick Cho is the co-founder of Wrecking Ball Coffee Roasters and the brain behind the viral TikTok sensation @yourkoreandad. Nick walks us through the inspiration for Your Korean Dad and the psychology behind its popularity. We also discuss Asian dad stereotypes and how TikTok fame has affected his own relationship with his teenage daughters. Follow…
 
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock talks about the intensifying fight against COVID-19, plus updates on helping people experiencing homelessness and his views on how Denver Public Schools' superintendent has been treated. Then, the latest research on mask efficacy. Plus, we talk to the next generation of voters about how the 2020 election shaped their vi…
 
Food pantries are responding to unprecedented demand in the pandemic. Then, we talk with Harvey Pratt who's sculpting a memorial to make sure the Sand Creek Massacre is not forgotten. Also, how Colorado jails are responding to the spread of coronavirus. And, infusing chiles into Thanksgiving -- in a bittersweet goodbye to Zolo Grill in Boulder.…
 
Welcome to Part II of the Facing Fear One Year Anniversary Celebration! To review the back half of the first year, I brought a very special guest on the show... MY MOM! When I think back over this year (and my entire life) my mom has always been a HUGE cheerleader in everything I have attempted to do. She did an amazing job talking through the epis…
 
CPR’s health team discusses counties moving to level red restrictions across the state. And, why this COVID-19 wave could mean the permanent closing for many restaurants, including Elaine's Place in Fort Morgan. Plus, why Douglas County decided not to leave the Tri-County Health Department. Finally, Montrose-approved side dishes in The Kitchen Shel…
 
University of Colorado President Mark Kennedy joins us to talk about what's ahead for the state's four campuses, from remote learning to financial stress and a new board of regents. Then, what's the future of the Bureau of Land Management in Colorado? And, working to make rock climbing more inclusive.…
 
Micaela “Cae” Thomas has experienced the traumas and various peaks in highs and lows that have caused her life to unravel. However, it has been her greatest mission and her greatest passion to bring, not only her struggles, but her victories to light. She has done this in hopes of not only acquiring her own healing, but also instilling valuable les…
 
This election raised a lot of questions about the security and diversity of the nation’s voting systems. Former Denver elections director Amber McReynolds now leads the National Vote At Home Institute. She talks about how the current voting system came to be, and what could be improved. Then, remembering Holocaust survivor Fanny Starr who died at t…
 
Michael Cruz Kayne is a writer for The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. Michael describes what it's like to embark on a creative career relatively late and why it's so difficult to actually try hard in order to make your dreams happen. Youngmi teaches us the true meaning of a fuckboi and Brian talks about being lonely (again!). Follow Michael at @cr…
 
People are gearing up to head into Colorado's backcountry this winter after a summer in isolation, causing safety concerns. Then, two doctors talk about the new film, "Palliative," and discussions about death. Also, why does Mesa County now have such a high rate of COVID-19 cases? And Big Hearts Club on making music in isolation.…
 
Have you ever wonder why you get along with some people better than others or why your personality clashes with your spouse, friends or some family members? Kelly Knowles of Kelly K Consulting is an expert on helping people determine what truly drives them. When we discover who we are and whose we are, our focus turns toward becoming all God predes…
 
An emergency department nurse talks about fatigue among health care workers as COVID-19 cases increase. Then, what might the U.S. learn from countries that have healed bitter political divides? And Purplish welcomes two special guests to explore Colorado's politics and the message from voters moving forward.…
 
The Facing Fear podcast is officially one year old! I am incredibly proud of what has been built here between the work I've put in, the guests and their amazing stories and you, the listener. Thank you for ONE year of the Facing Fear podcast! Today I'm celebrating with a very close friend and avid listener, Janelle Owczarzak. Janelle and I go way b…
 
Today, a Veterans Day special, sharing stories of bravery and survival in World War II with two Colorado veterans. Then, from photography to entrepreneurship, finding ways to help veterans adjust to life after the military. And, one veteran's row across the Atlantic Ocean to raise awareness about mental health and staying engaged.…
 
We launched a new digital magazine! Prix Fixe for Youth was born as a charity dinner, a prix-fixe tasting menu to benefit Apex for Youth. Now, with the inability to host these spontaneous, communal events for the time being, we’ve adapted PFFY into a magazine featuring 26 restaurants we love and the tenacious people behind them. Every $2 per copy b…
 
Joe Biden is going to be our new president and this week's episode is just us. Two reasons to celebrate, let's goo! We unpack our theory that White women hit on Asian guys today the way White guys hit on Asian girls fifteen years ago. Thank you to our wonderful listeners who submitted their stories! Youngmi also talks about how there needs to be mo…
 
We ask Governor Jared Polis and state epidemiologist Dr. Rachel Herlihy about Colorado's response to COVID-19, amid news of a possible vaccine, county pleas for state-at-home orders, and the upcoming holidays. Then, next steps in the plan to reintroduce wolves in Colorado. And, understanding compulsive eating with "Empty" author Susan Burton.…
 
Monopoly, Solitaire, football and Minecraft are all games, but for C. Thi Nyugen they are also an art form – specifically, the art form of agency, our capacity to set goals and pursue them. In Games: Agency as Art (Oxford UP, 2020), Nguyen argues that a game designer sculpts agency by specifying the goals and abilities of the potential player – wha…
 
A big concern during Colorado’s COVID-19 wave is having adequate staffing in ICUs, but the good news is people aren’t spending as much time in the hospital as they were earlier on. Then, a cancer patient who’s watching the ACA’s latest test in the Supreme Court test. And, a Coloradan remembers Alex Trebek. Plus, new music from Denver’s Zack Heckend…
 
A story of how two Asian-American friends who sat in the back of their Calculus class birthed the idea of an Asian-American craft hard seltzer and launched in the middle of a global pandemic. Lunar is the first and only Asian-American craft hard seltzer. Born and raised in NYC, their seltzers are made from premium, authentic Asian ingredients sourc…
 
Pueblo County went from blue to red back to blue. The city’s mayor shares some insights about the 2020 election results. Then, CPR’s politics podcast, Purplish analyzes this election week. Later, artists in Pueblo are bringing art back to an old levee. Finally, trumpeter Wes Watkins talks about his new music inspired by a mural painted of him in De…
 
What's next for the state now that voters have decided issues connected to taxes and budget? Plus, what’s next for the Republican party in Colorado? Then, how the state is responding to a surge in COVID-19 cases. Also, first-time voters reflect on their role in the election. Finally, we ride a time-travelling bicycle through the history of Grand Ju…
 
Are robots going to be our overlords? In Human Work in the Age of Smart Machines (RosettaBooks, 2020), Jamie Merisotis says they don't have to be. We can make them our friends. Jamie Merisotis is a globally recognized leader in philanthropy, education, and public policy. Since 2008, he’s served as president and CEO of Lumina Foundation, an independ…
 
My special guest today is licensed Clinical Social Worker and Addiction Counselor, Shawnee Palmer, owner of Alpine's Empowerment Agency and Love & Serenity Wellness. Her mission is to help her clients heal; mind, body, and spirit, addressing such issues as PTSD, trauma, depression, anxiety, and many others. Her newest book entitled, "Shifting Your …
 
The biggest news of the 2020 election may well be the voter turnout nationally and in Colorado. More than 3.1 million Colorado voters turned out to vote, far surpassing 2016 numbers. And, Coloradans across the political spectrum explain what issues motivated them most to vote in local and national elections, ranging from climate change to the econo…
 
This is the second episode of a two-part conversation with Hodgson, and in it we pick up our conversation on anticipatory systems and the role they play in ‘decision integrity’. Hodgson then talks about the second half of the book which focuses on “developing latent capacities beyond the analytical rational” and offers possibilities for more enligh…
 
Danish Maqbool is a Pakistani-American comedian who, most recently, featured in the new season of Ramy. He joins Feeling Asian to open up about his past-life as a professional gamer and how that experience informed his worldview. Danish also gives us a crash-course on the nuances of what it means to be Desi and how he likes to be more Asian than he…
 
Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold talks about the early vote and how ballots are counted on this Election Day. Plus, how the FBI is working to prevent intimidation and violence. Then, a lighter moment with Election Day trivia! Also, how another surge may impact what we can buy in stores. And Colorado soccer star Lindsey Horan is back on the…
 
The special guest on WOVE Inspiration is an educator, writing coach, and author whose primary focus is being a worker in the kingdom of God. Cassidy shares her experience as an educator making the tough decision to leave teaching due to the pandemic. As a writing coach, she also offers sound advice to current and future authors who are looking to h…
 
The pandemic has hit working moms especially hard and many have had to leave their jobs to care for children at home. Then, a recent leak at the space station highlights what experts have to do to ensure the safety of astronauts. Also, a film about the plight of LGBTQ refugees who come to the US. And, one woman recounts what Dia de los Muertos mean…
 
Between this week and last, I’m celebrating 10,000 listens by re-airing four of the listener’s favorite episodes. Last week consisted of two episodes, and this week will follow with two more. Thank you, to my amazing listeners, for helping me get to this point. THANK YOU! I am so excited to re-air this episode because we ALL need to listen to the w…
 
Kyungmoon is a certified Master Sommelier and a CIA graduate who began his career at Jungsik, a 2-Michelin starred Korean restaurant in Seoul and NYC. Now, he aims to showcase and share the wide variety of sool (Korean alcoholic beverages) it has to offer through his own importing company. Where to find his imported K-Sool here: https://www.wooriso…
 
What did Democrats learn after the 2016 election? Political scientist, Seth Masket, explores this in his new book, “Learning From Loss.” Then, two Coloradans who voted for President Trump the first time, weigh in on the last four years and whether they’ll vote for him again. Later, meet more New Americans who are voting for the first time.…
 
Today, what you need to know to use the state's new notification system to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Then, meet a New American in Alamosa. Also, how health care factors into the U.S. Senate race in Colorado. And, "Terror at 5280" scares up some spooky stories just in time for Halloween.
 
It’s me again, appearing in your podcast feed twice this week! In case you missed it, on Monday, October 26, I released my 10,000 Thank You’s episode. In honor of 10,000 total listens, I’m re-airing four of the listeners favorite and most listened to episode over these two weeks. Today we revisit S2E5 Losing A Parent & a Health Transformation that …
 
The digital age has thrown questions of representation, participation and humanitarianism back to the fore, as machine learning, algorithms and big data centres take over the process of mapping the subjugated and subaltern. Since the rise of Google Earth in 2005, there has been an explosion in the use of mapping tools to quantify and assess the nee…
 
A check-in with an ICU doctor at Denver Health as counties tighten restrictions and COVID-19 cases rise. Then, how best to deal with internet trolls and bots this election. Later, a picture of the ski season during a pandemic. Finally, another story of a new American voting for the first time.
 
Caroline Liou is a multi-hyphenate arts professional. She is an artist, curator and art historian with enough graduate degrees to satisfy even the strictest Asian moms. Caroline joins Feeling Asian to discuss Asian-American cultural landmarks which invites a larger conversation on "taste". For instance, why are certain Asian fashion choices perceiv…
 
This election convinced Phanvichka Rath Fisk to become a citizen after 16 years. His story kicks off our special series on New Americans. Then, a Boulder researcher says natural ecosystems can be resilient in the face of climate change. Plus, Purplish on early voting and intimidation. And one teen overcomes political and pandemic stress.…
 
What role do churches have in contributing to the political divide in this country -- and in healing it? Our guests are Pastor Mark Feldmeir, of Saint Andrew United Methodist Church in Highlands Ranch, Reverend Amanda Henderson who’s joining The Iliff School of Theology, and Pastor Tracey Perry, who does ministry and social justice work across the …
 
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