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Talk-radio hosts broadcast from Denver, but where do their hearts reside?

If you live in Denver or send your kid to public school or get involved in our community in even the most limited way, you probably know families who will benefit from Obama's announcement to stop the deportation of some undocumented immigrants with family ties to our country. Show More Summary

Broken Projector: Mike Nichols, The Populist Auteur

This week the world lost a peerless filmmaker (and EGOT winner) who delivered a hot tub full of fantastic films. Mike Nichols put Dustin Hoffman in a compromising position, tortured Meryl Streep and found a grounding commonality even with his most extraordinary characters. Show More Summary

COOL is a Big Issue for NFU

I had the opportunity to sit down and chat with National Farmers Union Senior Vice President of Programs Chandler Goule last week at the National Association of Farm Broadcasting convention. We discussed a variety of policy issues where NFU is actively involved on the federal level, and one big one is Country of Origin Labeling (COOL). Goule says strongly supports... Read More

Cricket Show S5 Episode 44: When to Bowl Variations

5 days agoSports / Cricket : Harrowdrive

The headlines are often grabbed by bowler's with great variations, yet it's easy to get confused about when to best use the variations you have, be they bouncer, yorker, arm ball or googly. Mark Garaway, Sam Lavery and David Hinchliffe...Show More Summary

'Green News Report' - November 20, 2014

The Green News Report is also available via... IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Record-breaking extreme winter storm breaks Buffalo, NY; It's official: October 2014 hottest October on record; Sorry, Republicans: China will cap coal use by 2020; PLUS: Obama doubles down on climate foreign policy... Show More Summary

Frotcast 230: ‘Won Ton Ton: The Dog Who Saved Hollywood’ (1976), With Jane Harrison

-Listenontheplayerabove,ordownloadasanmp3here (rightclick,saveas).“I’mproblematic?THISWHOLEINTERNETISPROBLEMATIC!”-ClimacticquotefromMr.SmithGoesToThinkpieces.(Ourcollectivejokeoftheweek)Bret,Brendan,andSanFranciscocomedianJaneHarrison...Show More Summary

iMore show 431: Watching the WatchKit

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode Apple has released WatchKit, what does that mean for developers and for customers? Also, "Get" is the new "Free", Lightning connectors open up, iOS 8.1.1 and Yosemite 10.10.1 go live! With Serenity, Peter, Ally, and Rene. Show More Summary

Firefox & Yahoo, Twitter Indexing, Cyber Bullying

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What to Think, Ep. 30: How Google works

Jonathan Rosenberg, co-author of the new book How Google Works (along with Eric Schmidt), started at Google in 2002. He helped create some of the company’s most iconic products, including AdSense, Gmail, Android, and more. We talk with him about some of the management and innovation secrets that helped make Google into one of the most successful […]

A Cartoon Classic Thirty Years in the Making: Hour of the Wolf Movie Review of The King and the Mockingbird

If you've been going through the vast collection of films that have lapsed into the pubic domain -- and you probably have, because who can afford entertainment otherwise? -- you've likely stumbled upon an animated feature called, The Curious Adventures of Mr. Show More Summary

Copyright 2.0 Show – Episode 348 – Love Fest

It's a love fest this week as companies are burying the Hachette, no longer SAPping resources and ending their Smokey battles.

Michael Gagnon

On December 30th, 2007, 24-year-old Michael Gagnon, a construction worker, almost single-handedly wiped out a family heading home to their residence in Maryland after spending Christmas with family and friends in Michigan. After drinking himself into a stuporous 0.254 blood alcohol level, Michael Gagnon left the party at the Rodeo Bar and Grill, for no […]

BASF’s Gator Intern

We met Mark Kaplan when he was working for BASF at the Farm Progress show, but we did not realize he was an intern at the time, and certainly did not know he was a University of Florida Gator! When I saw Mark running around getting BASF set up in the NAFB Broadcaster Center last week wearing a Gator sweatshirt,... Read More


Nancy Pants - "Happy". Garbage dancer: foil, cereal box, yes ok some Christmas garlands. Sewer somersault, basement splits. Pogo and worm. Found some records in a milk-crate, "Louie Louie" and "Black Hole Sun", remember to wear gloves. Night sky's...

Punt Brothers will give you this Sega Genesis for Rajon Rondo

Do not push for Neo-Geo, though. That's a non-starter. This week on Punt Brothers, Jane and Ryan bring back Paul Flannery, widely regarded as the stretch four of the NBA writing world, to discuss: - Why we can't shut up about the Lakers -...Show More Summary


6 days agoMusic / Country : Nine Bullets

  “Here me now, and don’t forget, I’m not the man my actions would suggest.” – The Afghan Whigs   In 1994 when my friends were listening to Pearl Jam and Nirvana, I was listening to The Afghan Whigs and Pulp. Pearl Jam played for the masses and Eddie Vedder swung from the rafters. Nirvana [...]

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