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Thursday's Night Beat

Can't wait to hit at eight, sharing the music with YOU is my favorite thing to DO! On this evening's Night Beat: Happy Birthday to Blue Mitchell, Terence Blanchard, Stephen…

The Jazz Baroness - 2008 documentary by Hannah Rothschild

review of The Jazz Baronness, clip from T.S. Monk, Helen Mirren reads Nina Rothschild's letters This film tells the story of the life of Pannonica Rothschild de Koneigswarter, an actual…

Tracking Colorado's Flood Recovery

It's been six months since northern Colorado suffered epic flooding and loss. This Friday, 3/14 at 7:30pm on Rocky Mountain PBS, Colorado State of Mind looks into how the recovery…

"Breaking Bad Ivory:" film and panel at CU-Boulder on elephant poaching

interview with Gloria Dickie Last November, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service made a huge spectacle of their "ivory crush."  Six tons of ivory collected over 25 years was displayed,…

Magic Beans: Women's Bean Project Empowers for 25 years

interview with Tamra Ryan Sure, they started with a simple ten-bean soup, but in the last 25 years, the Women's Bean Project has empowered more than 800 women through enterprise.…

Review: Pat Metheny Unity Group at the Paramount Theater, 3/7/14

     The Group is back. Sort of. For virtually his entire career, Pat Metheny has bounced back and forth between the highly successful Pat Metheny Group and a wide…

Month of Printmaking in Denver

Hilary DePolo interviews Mark Lunning If that piece hanging on your wall is not the original, it's a print. KUVO's visual arts consultant Hilary DePolo unpacks the detailed process behind getting that nice…

Women of the Harlem Renaissance

In Jazz Age Harlem, the rise of black culture produced talents like Langston Hughes and Duke Ellington. But this ‘Black Renaissance’ wasn’t limited to men. A largely unsung group of black…

"the tastiest thing to emerge from Philadelphia since the cheese steak sandwich"

Norman Provizer

Bassist Christian McBride, who is at Dazzle with his trio on Friday and Saturday, just might be the tastiest thing to emerge from Philadelphia since the cheese steak sandwich. Before…

Michael Milligan's one-man play "Mercy Killers"

interview, clip with Michael Milligan Broadway actor Michael Milligan is touring the country with his one-man play "Mercy Killers," the saga of "Joe," a blue collar business owner whose uninsured…

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