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    Booktalk: Maritime historian Andrew Jampoler’s “Congo”

    January 18, 2019

    After a long and adventurous naval career, Andrew Jampoler has authored 7 books that are often about obscure pieces of US Naval history. “Congo: The Miserable Expeditions and Dreadful Death of Lt. Emory Taunt, USN” tells the true story of a young American naval officer on a mission up the Congo River in May 1885. As part of his research, Jampoler and his son spent five weeks in a small boat travel ... more


    Morning Magazine Podcast Friday January 18, 2019

    January 18, 2019

    Local news headlines, stories and features that broadcasts on KGNU Monday through Friday 8.04-8.30am.     Today's show takes a look at a workshop taking place this Sunday, Jan. 20th in Boulder that encourages participants to use hand embroidery to focus on social action and community improvement. We also hear about a new bill that would update the Clean Indoor Air Act to ban vaporizers i ... more

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    Morning Magazine Podcast Thursday January 17, 2019

    January 17, 2019

    Local news headlines, stories and features that broadcasts on KGNU Monday through Friday 8.04-8.30am.     Today's show takes a look at the impact of the government shut down on survivors of sexual assault with local programs that support them facing a loss of federal funding. ... more

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    Radio Nibbles: The godfather of craft brewing (and pie)

    January 17, 2019

    This week, John Lehndorff and Sam Fuqua discuss the impact of Boulder’s Charlie Papazian in the world of beer and pie They also discuss the demise of 3.2% beer in Colorado.   ... more


    Boulder City Council Won’t Move Forward on Severe Weather Shelter Proposal

    January 16, 2019

    A proposal by two Boulder City Council members to increase the number of nights that severe weather shelters are open to Boulder’s homelessness community will not be moving forward after last night’s city council meeting.  KGNU’s Roz Brown reports that council members deadlocked on whether the proposal was showing greater compassion, or undermining efforts to get more of those experiencing homeles ... more