My Bloody Valentine releases a new album. More here.

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Here’s a fun video directed by Colorado College students Kenyon McFarlane, Elise Burchard, Katelyn Zieff and McKenzie Ross about legalizing access to the Manitou Incline. The short piece comes from work in Dylan Nelson’s Intro to Filmmaking class at Colorado College.

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Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO) spoke on Marketplace Morning Report from American Public Media on immigration reform this morning. Find out here where you can listen to the segment.

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The Colorado River basin is facing a massive water shortage in the coming years, according to a report released today. The basin will see demands for water grow exponentially in the next 50 years. Aspen Public Radio’s Luke Runyon has more.

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Colorado College will inaugurate Jill M. Tiefenthaler as its 13th president at 4:30 p.m. today, Sept. 22 at Shove Memorial Chapel, 1010 N. Nevada Ave., on the Colorado College campus.

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A midnight screening of the new Batman movie The Dark Knight Rises turned into a horribly real scene of death and destruction in Aurora, Colo., early Friday when a gunman opened fire on the audience. 70 people were injured, including 12 fatalities.

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Via The Climate Desk | PBS
By James West and Tim McDonnell
July 5, 2012

Hani Ahmad expected to return. Instead, the Waldo Canyon Fire reduced his home of two decades to a hole in the ground. The only recognizable remnant was a melted hunk of stove. While [...]

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Here’s a very faint glimmer of hope from the land of education funding. A report out this week from the Center on Education Policy says cuts to school budgets may be slowing in some places. Slowing. Not stopping.

In Colorado, cuts to education spending have gotten so bad the courts are now [...]

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In case you missed it, Alvin Youngblood Hart and Valerie June stopped by the KRCC studios on Friday, January 27, and spoke with your friend and neighbor, Vicky. Here’s the audio from their visit. If you missed their show last night in Salida, you can also come out to the Marmalade at Smokebrush tonight [...]

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Tune in to Comedy Central tonight (Wed., Jan. 25) when NPR’s Terry Gross goes toe-to-toe with recent candidate for President of South Carolina, Stephen Colbert. Terry will be the featured guest on The Colbert Report, appearing in the second half of the show.

 Stephen most recently sang Sondheim on Fresh Air; now, the tables will be turned, with [...]

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“They’re With the Band,” from Popeye.com.

King Features and dBpm Records are combining creative forces with the release of a new cartoon and animated music video for Wilco’s latest single, “Dawned On Me,” featuring Popeye the Sailor Man and the Chicago band.

Read more by clicking the link. See the video [...]

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Well, ok, it’s a room with a monolithic fire escape with a view of America’s Mountain.

(Taken with phone camera.)

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Mike Clark In-Studio

On November 18, 2011 By

Mike Clark stopped by KRCC today. Listen to him perform and to his interview with KRCC’s Vicky Gregor.

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Kelley Hunt In-Studio

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Kelly Hunt stopped by the KRCC studio to give a preview of her performance at the Steamplant in Salida this Sunday, November 20th at 4pm (doors at 3pm).

Listen to KRCC’s Jeanette Hohman’s interview with Kelley Hunt.

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The two great tastes that taste great together: The Haunted Windchimes and The Western Jubilee Warehouse. Watch the Windchimes in this recording session for “A Ballad of Human Progress” on their Honey Moonshine! album available for purchase HERE. This was one of the several songs the Windchimes performed at the [...]

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The Independent‘s Cate Terwilliger put together this piece on Sue Scott and Tim RusselL, the character voice actors of Prairie Home Companion.

Don’t miss your chance to see the show this weekend, which we just found out will include local favorites The Haunted Windchimes!

You can also read Cate Terwilliger’s interviews [...]

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Colorado Springs has lost a great member of its blues community today with the passing of local bluesman John Alex Mason. Rest in peace.

You can read more at the Gazette and the Colorado Springs Independent. Photo of John-Alex courtesy Amy Whitesell, A Music Company, Inc.

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In case you missed the debut of the local answer to The Moth, The Story Project, you can hear it here.

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Every membership drive we like to ask our members their favorite shows.  Here’s a list of our member’s favorites from the Summer Membership Drive:

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You can follow Troy Davis coverage at NPR’s News Blog: The Two-Way.

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Listen to KRCC’s in-studio performance with Luisa Maita. Luisa performs tonight as third and final part of the World Music Series.

KRCC and the Pikes Peak Library District present the final concert of the 2011 World Music Series with Luisa Maita August 24th – 7pm

Location: Armstrong Hall, Colorado College Campus, [...]

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Listen to Vicky’s interview with Valerie June. Ms. June plays tonight with John Alex Mason at Venue 515 in Manitou and tomorrow at the Newhoma Festival in Woodland Park. Tickets and info here. $12 KRCC member Newhoma tickets available at [...]

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