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    Three Leaches Bring “The Memory of Water” to Stapleton

    November 16, 2018

    The Three Leaches Theatre Company is back at their new home—The Cube in Stapleton—with their latest show, “The Memory of Water” by Shelagh Stephenson. The Memory of Water is a dramatic comedy where three sisters come together after their mother’s death. Memories fade, blur and persist as the sisters bicker, laugh and cry. KGNU’s Veronica Straight-Lingo had the chance to speak with Melissa Leach, t ... more


    Booktalk: Historian Hampton Sides’ “On Desperate Ground”

    November 16, 2018

    Hampton Sides’ sixth book is On Desperate Ground: The Marines at The Reservoir, the Korean War's Greatest Battle. He gives an account of the extraordinary feats of heroism by Marines called on to do the impossible during the greatest battle of the Korean War at the battle of the Chosin Reservoir. They fought in mountainous sub-zero temperatures based on bad intelligence. General McArthur appears o ... more


    Morning Magazine Podcast Friday November 16 2018

    November 16, 2018

    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 13th Annual Refugee First Thanksgiving and an upcoming rally demanding newly elected Governor Jared Polis change his course on the privatization of education. ... more

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    Tech Talks: Technology Coursework and IBM (Part 1)

    November 16, 2018

    This week on Tech Talks, our producer Joana Valle interviewed Eric Berngen, a P-TECH program manager for IBM. P-TECH is a program offered at Skyline High School where students get the opportunity to earn their associates degree in CIS. Eric works behind the scenes to oversee the relationship between the P-TECH program and IBM. Falcon Tech students, also known as P TECH students, are taking college ... more


    A Lynching in Colorado

    November 16, 2018

    John Preston Porter Jr. was just 16 years old in 1900 when a mob of residents from the town of Limon in Eastern Colorado took him from a Denver jailhouse and proceeded to burn him alive for a crime he did not commit. Hundreds of people attended the burning, many coming via train to watch the death of an innocent boy.     The Porter Jr. case murder was not an isolated incident: over 4000 ... more