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    Booktalk: Magician Joshua Jay’s “How Magicians Think. Misdirection, Deception, and Why Magic Matters.”

    September 17, 2021

    This book, “How Magicians Think. Misdirection, Deception, and Why Magic Matters,” is my love letter to magic,” says Jay, “and it answers the questions people ask me every night after the show.” This book is divided into 52 essays, the […] ... more

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    Raices Brewery Company is Making Craft Beer Less White

    September 17, 2021

    There is a lack of diversity in the craft beer industry. People of Color make up only 1% of the total industry ownership but at the same time people of color make up 40% of the consumption. KGNU’s Rossana Longo-Better […] ... more


    After Years-long Ban, Boulder Allows Some Scooter Deployment

    September 17, 2021

    If you live in Boulder you've probably noticed Lime's green scooters parked on sidewalks East of 28th street. The scooters and e-bikes managed by B-cycle are part of a new year-long micro-mobility initiative in Boulder testing out small, electric-powered vehicles […] ... more


    Plaque Tells Story of Latino Discrimination in Lafayette

    September 17, 2021

    Latino activists and allies came together in front of the Lafayette Recreation Center Sunday. They unveiled a bilingual plaque that tells the story of discrimination against Latinos in Lafayette. KGNU's Rossana Longo-Better reports. Listen: (Download Audio) ... more


    Morning Magazine Podcast – Friday, September 17, 2021

    September 17, 2021

    Today, we'll learn about Longmont's first-of-its-kind sister city agreement with a sovereign tribal nation. After that, Rossana Longo reports that a new bill could help cooperatively-owned small businesses get loans. Finally, Alexis Kenyon reports on scooters and other e-vehicles in […] ... more

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