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Here is another teaser episode of City Cast Denver. I don't know why anyone who lives in Denver wouldn't want to have this in their feed. Subscribe here if you haven't already. This particular episode puts a huge smile on my face. I loved listening to Gustavo Arellano's talk on Colorado-style Mexican food from the El Pueblo History Museum. I loved …
 
Hey, Paul here. I've got a very cool new project to tell you about. If you like Changing Denver, I guarantee you'll like City Cast Denver. It's a new daily Denver news podcast -- 15 minutes every weekday morning, stuffed full of all the local news you need to know, but also perspectives and voices that you'd never otherwise get to hear, plus a few …
 
Changing Denver's favorite local historian returns. This is Phil Goodstein in conversation about the 1918 flu, how it affected Denver and how it could provide a roadmap for our future. Phil and I didn't talk about this, but I know he normally makes money giving walking tours around the city. I doubt those are very popular right now, so I'd like to …
 
Longtime listeners of Changing Denver will be interested to hear about Range & Slope, a new podcast featuring sounds and stories from prairie to peak. Range & Slope is a product of the R & S Collective, of which Changing Denver host Paul Karolyi is a proud member. Subscribe wherever you listen to Changing Denver and learn more at rangeandslope.com.…
 
Our Rocky Flats series concludes with a look into the future. What does this summer's litigation mean for the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge? And what about the Rocky Flats of our collective imagination, has anything changed? Unclear Danger: The Colorado Story of Rocky Flats is presented in partnership with the Colorado Independent and the De…
 
The reactions to the most recent episode of Unclear Danger: The Colorado Story of Rocky Flats have been overwhelming. In the form of two interviews about health impact studies of communities surrounding Rocky Flats, this is our response. Unclear Danger is being produced in partnership with the Colorado Independent and the Denver Public Library. - S…
 
We take to the streets to hear from everyday Denverites on the big question besetting us all: How do you feel about the way Denver is changing? Host Paul Karolyi recently served as the Podcaster in Residence at the Denver Public Library. This episode documents the final program of his residency. - Support Changing Denver! Set up a monthly pledge on…
 
Our Rocky Flats fiction series concludes with a story from local author Rebecca Aronauer, as read by her partner Bryon Quick. Also included in this episode is an interview with Taylor Dunne and Eric Stewart, the producers of an upcoming documentary and multimedia project called Off Country. Their project places Rocky Flats in the context of the nuc…
 
Unclear Danger 4: Is it safe? In this fourth chapter of our Rocky Flats series, we set out to answer the central question in the recent controversy over the site: Will the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge be safe for visitors when it opens to the public? Unclear Danger: The Colorado Story of Rocky Flats is presented in partnership with the Colo…
 
Changing Denver's first guest producer Rae Solomon provides an update on recent developments in the campaign to change the name of the neighborhood at the site of the former airport. After this brief diversion back into Denver's history with the Ku Klux Klan, our Rocky Flats series will resume next week. - Our theme song is “Minnow” by Felix Fast4w…
 
Our Rocky Flats fiction series continues! This time, we've got short stories by local authors Sonia Christensen and Giles Hash. You can find more stories from Sonia here and here. Giles is co-host of Beyond the Trope, our sister show on the Denver Podcast Network. - Support Changing Denver with a monthly pledge at www.patreon.com/changingdenver.com…
 
In this third chapter of our Rocky Flats series, we dive deep into the last few years of conflict between the government agencies responsible for the lands of the former nuclear weapons plant and the activists who want to keep it closed forever. Unclear Danger: The Colorado Story of Rocky Flats is presented in partnership with the Colorado Independ…
 
Our story of Rocky Flats continues. In this second chapter, we share the people’s history of the site, from humble beginnings in the early 1970s to a resurgence of activism today. Unclear Danger: The Colorado Story of Rocky Flats is presented in partnership with the Colorado Independent and the Denver Public Library. — Support the show! If you’re l…
 
Welcome to the first supplemental, side episode in our Rocky Flats series. Herein you’ll find a recording of the panel we put on at the Denver Public Library on April 7, as well as an unprecedented plea. - You can now support Changing Denver with a monthly pledge on our Patreon! A monthly pledge of $3 or more will get you access to transcripts of e…
 
Welcome to the fourth season of Changing Denver. It’s going to be a season-long series all on one topic. We’re calling it Unclear Danger: The Colorado Story of Rocky Flats. We’re proud to present this whole season in partnership with the Colorado Independent and the Denver Public Library. -- Next Week: We are hosting a panel, titled “Remembering Ro…
 
Unclear Danger: The Colorado Story of Rocky Flats will begin on April 2. One week after the first episode is published, we'll be hosting a panel, titled "Remembering Rocky Flats," at the Denver Public Library. Find us on the 7th floor of the central branch at 2pm on April 7. Follow @changingdenver for more details. -- Music for this trailer and for…
 
On this episode of Changing Denver – the finale of season three! – we share the story of Lauri Lynnxe Murphy, a local artist and writer. You can follow Lauri on Twitter at @Lynnxe and learn more on her website. - Recommended reading: Meow Wolf in Denver: Santa Fe's deliriously popular art collective lands with permanent installation Artspace lands …
 
Our third agent of change is a group of people, the newcomers and the transplants. It comprises two interviews, one with Helen Thorpe, author of a new book about refugee and immigrant teenagers at South High School, and the other with Zena Ballas, creator of a new digital archive of transplant profiles. - You can learn more about Helen's book, The …
 
In this installment of Changing Denver Bit By Bit, we revisit our episode about Five Points, “The Five Points and the Six.” In that piece, we shared the story of a local business, Rosenberg’s Bagels and Delicatessen, that got caught proudly advertising the fact that it was changing the culture of one of Denver’s most important, traditionally Black …
 
Earlier this week, we brought you the story of Tay Anderson, 19-year-old candidate for the Denver Public School Board. In this installment of Changing Denver Bit By Bit, we bring you the audio of a candidates' forum that aired on Channel 8 back in October. This was Tay's first televised debate, and it offers the chance to delve deeper into the poli…
 
Our second “Agent of Change” is Tay Anderson, the 19-year-old running for the Denver Public School Board. What does his Trump Era campaign mean for us and for our schools? -- Further reading: You can read all about Tay’s platform on his website: www.tayanderson.org And here’s a recent piece Melanie Asmar wrote about the District 4 race: Inside the …
 
In this installment of Changing Denver Bit By Bit, Paul offers a personal report on his experience at a fancy cannabis pairing dinner put on by Mason Jar Events Group. In some ways, Mason Jar is following in the footsteps of Jane West, the subject of last week’s episode. It’s a woman-led company on the vanguard of public consumption, and they are c…
 
On this episode of Changing Denver, we tell the story of Jane West, “ganja-preneur” and advocate, and explore the role of women in the cannabis industry. This episode marks the start of season 3, a mini-season highlighting people we’re calling “agents of change,” instead of neighborhoods or other made spaces. - Further reading: We highly recommend …
 
We have a major announcement: Changing Denver is now a proud member of the Denver Podcast Network. Rounding out the founding partner shows: Beyond the Trope, a podcast for nerds Left Hand Right Brain, an exploration of creativity Discover Weakly, music talk. You could do worse. Reel Nerds, a new movie every week Denver Pizza Podcast, the only show …
 
It's been a while since we released the last episode of season two. Here's an update on what we've been working on and a taste of what's to come. - Changing Denver is a proud member of the Denver Podcast Network. In the shadow of the mountains, we speak. - You can follow the show on Twitter and find us online at www.changingdenver.com. Thanks for l…
 
On this episode of Changing Denver -- the finale of season 2! -- we venture into the animal kingdom (as far into it as we can get without leaving the city, that is). This is a story about societal norms surrounding animal exhibitions, and it only begins at the Denver Zoo. Thanks for another successful season, everyone. Your continued support means …
 
On this installment of Changing Denver Bit By Bit, we bring you the story of Denver mayor Benjamin F. Stapleton and his relationship with the Ku Klux Klan. - Our theme song is "Minnow" by Felix Fast4ward. The other song heard in this episode is "Dekalb Station" by Shady Elders. You can hear it on their new LP, Inside Voices. - You can find us on Tw…
 
On Changing Denver this month, we bring you the story of Stapleton, the would-be New Urbanist paradise, and its upsetting connection to the Ku Klux Klan. - Recommended Reading If you want to learn more about the business side of Stapleton, Paul has covered related subjects a couple times for Crain's Denver: From the Block: Thriving neighborhood ris…
 
A few months back, Rebecca Aronauer invited your host to give a presentation about Changing Denver at her quarterly event at Lighthouse Writers' Workshop, Making the Mountain. He did his best. - You can hear more of Paul and Louis Present the Blues by Martin Scorsese here. The Denver Pizza Podcast is here. The other shows mentioned in this episode …
 
In this installment of Changing Denver Bit By Bit, we check back in with historian Phil Goodstein to learn about one of Civic Center's most storied structures, the McNichols Building. - Our theme song is “Minnow” by Felix Fast4ward. You can listen to more of his music on Soundcloud. Follow us on Twitter at @ChangingDenver and sign up for our newsle…
 
On Changing Denver this month, we explore the history of Denver's Civic Center with our favorite historian, Phil Goodstein. - Like the show and want to support us? We'd love it if you voted for us in Westword's Best of 2017 Readers' Choice poll. It'll take a minute to set up a profile, but you'll win our undying gratitude in return! - You can hear …
 
In this installment of Changing Denver Bit By Bit, we sit down with Courtland Hyser, Denver's principal city planner, to talk about neighborhood plans. Our Arapahoe Square episode specifically highlighted the lasting impact of two of these plans, so we thought it was fitting to further explore why neighborhood plans are so important in general, esp…
 
In this installment of Changing Denver Bit By Bit, we revisit an episode from season one, How to Climb Stoner Hill. Our partner on that show, local journalist Andy Kenney, gives us an update on what's been happening on the ground at Stoner Hill. Then, we talk to some people at Civitas, the landscape architecture and urban design firm that's been co…
 
On Changing Denver this month, we explore the convergence of two trends -- Denver's explosive economic growth and the increasing persecution of our homeless community -- in a neighborhood you may never have heard of. It's called Arapahoe Square. This episode was produced in partnership with the Denver VOICE. For further reading on Arapahoe Square, …
 
In this installment of Changing Denver Bit By Bit, historian David Forsyth tells us a little about what it's like to research the history of Lakeside Amusement Park. Turns out, he's more than the authority on Lakeside history; he's the park's biggest fan! - Our theme song is “Minnow” by Felix Fast4ward. You can listen to more of his music on Soundc…
 
On Changing Denver this month, we head northwest to Lakeside Amusement Park. For more than a century, Lakeside has been a popular destination for people of all ages, but only between May and September. What happens during the park's off-season? Where do the people of Lakeside go? And who are they? - Here's more information on David Forsyth's book, …
 
On Changing Denver this month, we bring you the story of our city's 15th mayor, Richard Sopris. From humble beginnings, he rose through the social and political ranks of early Denver and eventually helped our young city overcome some of its first major challenges. He also signed the order creating City Park, giving Denver its largest green space an…
 
Welcome to SEASON 2 of Changing Denver! On this premier episode, we pose a simple question: what gets to be art on the Cherry Creek Trail? Our search for an answer takes us into the archives of defunct Instagram accounts, the shadows of mixed-use developments, and up and down the Cherry Creek Trail more times than we can count. - Adam Lichty's Denv…
 
Two months ago, we capped off our first season with an episode about the hot new restaurant Hop Alley and its namesake, Denver's old Chinatown. For this bonus episode, we invited food journalist Laura Shunk to help us do a proper review of the restaurant. Of course, we put the Changing Denver spin on it, so it's a little different from what you mig…
 
In this installment of Changing Denver Bit By Bit, we feature an interview Paul did with CU Boulder history professor William Wei for KGNU. It's all about Wei's new book "Asians in Colorado," and excerpts of it were featured on our recent season finale, on Hop Alley. The interview touches on Denver's old Chinatown, but also explores how the discrim…
 
On this episode of Changing Denver – the finale of season 1! – we figure out the connection between Denver’s old Chinatown and a new Chinese restaurant in River North. It turns out they have more in common than the name Hop Alley. - We are taking a couple months off after this episode to give some ongoing projects the time they deserve. All complai…
 
On Changing Denver this month, we have an interview with local historian Amy Zimmer about her new book Lost Denver and her experiences on the Landmark Preservation Commission. She outlines Denver’s fraught relationship with its own past and explains our official process for preserving historic landmarks. Memory, loss, the value of seeing your past …
 
In this installment of Changing Denver Bit By Bit, Central Library Administrator Rachel Fewell discusses some of the challenges facing the Denver Public Library and the ways she and her colleagues are dealing with them. She also responds to comments Phil Goodstein made about the library in our episode about the West Side. - #ListenLocal Check out t…
 
On Changing Denver this month, we invite local journalist Andy Kenney to guide us through the story of Stoner Hill, a small elevated area of Commons Park. For years it has been a respite for assorted travelers, misfits, and people experiencing homelessness. But now that developers and their wealthy customers have moved into the neighborhood, it has…
 
It’s another installment of Changing Denver Bit By Bit, ourseries of shorts that complement or supplement the regularepisodes. This time, we have an interview with former citycouncilwoman for District 10 Jeanne Robb. She discusses what it waslike representing Cap Hill and how some of the neighborhood’s majorissues changed over her 12 years in offic…
 
On Changing Denver this month, we investigate paranormalactivity in Cap Hill. It turns out the early reports greatlyunderestimated the infestation! Ghosts are legion in this historicDenver neighborhood, and not necessarily the kind you'd expect. - Materials for further research: Ghost Quest, the feature length paranormal investigationdocumentary, i…
 
On Changing Denver this month, we have the story of Hungarian Freedom Park. What is the connection between Hungary, landscape architecture, and our Queen City of the Plains? More generally, how does a people forge a lasting connection to a place? You can hear the answers to these questions and much more in this, our most ambitious and personal epis…
 
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