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James Crepea Show
James Crepea Show 10/14/21: How the Pac-12 enters Week 7, UCLA beat reporter James H. Williams, Washington beat reporter Mike Vorel, NCAA women's basketball tourney expands to 68, Arizona State reporter Michelle Gardner, Denver Post columnist Sean Keeler

James Crepea Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 92:52


On Thursday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James discusses how the Pac-12 enters Week 7, UCLA beat reporter James H. Williams of the Orange County Register and Washington beat reporter Mike Vorel of the Seattle Times preview the Bruins vs. Huskies matchup, NCAA women's basketball tourney expanding to 68, Arizona State beat reporter Michelle Gardner of the Arizona Republic previews Saturday's game with Utah, Denver Post columnist Sean Keeler previews Arizona vs. Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Why

James Crepea Show
10/14/21: Denver Post columnist Sean Keeler

James Crepea Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 19:42


Denver Post columnist Sean Keeler returns to discuss Saturday's game between Colorado and Arizona

First And Orange
Ep. 198 -- Ex-Broncos coach Mike Shanahan talks Ring of Fame induction, Super Bowl teams

First And Orange

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 17:21


In this special edition of the 1st & Orange podcast presented by SI Sportsbook, Denver Post sportswriter Ryan O'Halloran sits down with former two-time Super Bowl champion Broncos coach Mike Shanahan. On Sunday, Shanahan will be inducted into the Broncos' Ring of Fame during halftime against the Las Vegas Raiders. Shanahan looks back on what made the Broncos' back-to-back Super Bowl teams successful in addition to speaking about his journey in Denver alongside Hall of Famers John Elway, Steve Atwater, Champ Bailey and Pat Bowlen.

The Drive
The Drive | Hour 1 | 10.13.21

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 46:01


In the first hour, Tyler and DMac preview the 2021 season for the Avalanche ahead of tonight's season opener. The guys react to Mike Mayock's comments on the current state of the Raiders during the team's press conference today. Orlando makes a surprise appearance on the show. Mike Chambers, who covers the Avalanche for the Denver Post, joins the show to break down the Avs' 2021 roster and determine where the ceiling likely stands for this team.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

First And Orange
Ep. 197 -- Denver hosts Raiders in divisional opener amid chaotic week for Las Vegas

First And Orange

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 16:44


In this edition of the 1st & Orange podcast presented by SI Sportsbook, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Ryan O'Halloran preview Denver's Week 6 home showdown against the Raiders in the divisional opener at Empower Field. The duo breaks down how the Raiders will respond to this week's resignation by coach Jon Gruden, the keys for the Broncos secondary to get back on track following a poor showing in Pittsburgh, and Kendall Hinton's continued emergence at wideout. Those topics, plus predictions and more analysis, are addressed in a packed show from Dove Valley.

On The Rox
Ep. 178 -- Rockies hire Bill Schmidt as GM, re-sign Antonio Senzatela/C.J. Cron and more analysis

On The Rox

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 28:21


In this packed edition of the On The Rox podcast, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Patrick Saunders break down an array of topics with the Rockies' 2021 season fresh in the rearview. What's to make of Colorado hiring Bill Schmidt as GM? How should fans rate the deals handed out to right-hander Antonio Senzatela and first baseman C.J. Cron? What's the latest update on Trevor Story's free agency forecast? Who needs to break out for the Rockies to contend in 2022? Those questions, plus analysis on Nolan Arenado's postseason struggles, are addressed and more.

The Fan Early Morning Show
EMS 10-8: Can The Steelers Get One This Week?

The Fan Early Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 29:19


Start ya off with a conversation with Ryan O'Halloran from The Denver Post for insight into the Broncos. Hear what he says about this Denver offense, what they can do against the Steelers and just how good they are at 3-1.  While Yinz Were Sleepin': Rams-Seahawks brought some wild stuff, including Geno Smith! Randy Arozarena stole the show again in baseball  Full on game preview as we're looking at a slugfest. But it might end up being a good thing for these Steelers... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Strange Country
Strange Country Ep. 208: James Hogue

Strange Country

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 54:46


James Hogue claimed to be many things. A high school student, an orphan, a ranch-hand, a carpenter, a ski instructor, a ski stuntman, a bioengineer, an ivy leaguer. He has lived a lifetime of deception using false credentials to earn a spot in the 1993 graduating class at Princeton University. Strange Country cohosts Beth and Kelly talk adults passing as teenagers and how sometimes it works and sometimes It's Never Been Kissed. Theme music: Big White Lie by A Cast of Thousands Cite your sources:  Auslander, Jason. “Famed Con Man Who Lived in Ajax Shack Arrested Again in Aspen.” AspenTimes.com, AspenTimes.com, 13 Jan. 2021, https://www.aspentimes.com/news/famed-con-man-who-lived-in-ajax-shack-arrested-again-in-aspen/. Barron, James, and M. A. Farber. “Tracing a Devious Path to the Ivy League.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 4 Mar. 1991, https://www.nytimes.com/1991/03/04/nyregion/tracing-a-devious-path-to-the-ivy-league.html?pagewanted=print. "Convicted con man indicted in Harvard gem thefts." UPI Archive: Domestic News, 3 June 1993. Gale OneFile: News, link.gale.com/apps/doc/A441979438/STND?u=nysl_sc_flls&sid=bookmark-STND&xid=d05b8acc. Accessed 26 Sept. 2021. LeDuc, D. (1992, Feb 11). PRINCETON IMPOSTOR'S NEXT TERM IS JAIL: STILL DRESSING THE PART, JAMES HOGUE PLEADED GUILTY TO THEFT BY DECEPTION. Philadelphia Inquirer Retrieved from https://login.ezproxy.oswego.edu/login?url=https://www-proquest-com.ezproxy.oswego.edu/newspapers/princeton-impostors-next-term-is-jail/docview/1837932535/se-2?accountid=13025 Lofholm, Nancy. “The Con Artist next Door.” The Denver Post, The Denver Post, 21 Mar. 2017, https://www.denverpost.com/2006/03/25/the-con-artist-next-door/. “Nationally Known Con Man Gets Prison Time for Illegal Aspen Shack.” The Denver Post, The Denver Post, 21 Mar. 2017, https://www.denverpost.com/2017/03/21/james-hogue-illegal-aspen-shack/. "Phony Student Arrested Again at Princeton." New York Times, 25 Feb. 1996. Gale OneFile: News, link.gale.com/apps/doc/A150542901/STND?u=nysl_sc_flls&sid=bookmark-STND&xid=a3b4dab8. Accessed 26 Sept. 2021. Rowley, H. (2006, Feb 06). Colorado con man nabbed at foothills mall: James arthur hogue, 46, is the primary suspect in 18 colorado thefts. police arrested him saturday at foothills mall. Tucson Citizen Retrieved from https://login.ezproxy.oswego.edu/login?url=https://www-proquest-com.ezproxy.oswego.edu/newspapers/colorado-con-man-nabbed-at-foothills-mall/docview/237160310/se-2?accountid=13025 Samuels, David, et al. “The Many Lives of a Princeton Impostor.” The New Yorker, 20 Aug. 2001, https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2001/09/03/the-runner. Samuels, David. The Runner: a True Account of the Amazing Lies and Fantastical Adventures of the Ivy League Impostor James Hogue. Counterpoint, 2008. Steade, Susan. “Palo Alto High School Con Man James Hogue: His Bizarre Tale Continues.” The Mercury News, The Mercury News, 10 Feb. 2017, https://www.mercurynews.com/2017/02/09/palo-alto-high-school-con-man-james-hogue-his-bizarre-tale-continues/.

First And Orange
Ep. 196 -- Broncos need bounce-back win against Big Ben and Steelers

First And Orange

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 19:26


In this edition of the 1st & Orange podcast presented by SI Sportsbook, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Ryan O'Halloran preview Denver's Week 5 road showdown against the Steelers at Heinz Field. The duo gives the latest on the Broncos' quarterback situation in light of Teddy Bridgewater's concussion and more injury updates. Plus, analysis on the matchup between Denver and Pittsburgh, how offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur can get the run game going, what's been wrong with Ben Roethlisberger early this season and more. The packed show from Dove Valley is capped with predictions.

Steelers Podcast - The Terrible Podcast
Steelers Football - The Terrible Podcast - Episode 1469

Steelers Podcast - The Terrible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 109:03


October 6, 2021 - Season 12, Episode 32 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the can. In this Wednesday show, Alex Kozora and I get right to talking about all that has transpired with the Pittsburgh Steelers the last 48 hours and that includes a look at the practice squad transaction the team made on Tuesday.We go over the health update that Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin provided on Tuesday and start looking ahead at what the team's first injury report of Week 5 might look like when it gets released Wednesday after practice. We also talk about the possibility of two more players on the team's Reserve/Injured list resuming practice this week. We obviously discuss Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger now dealing with a hip injury as of Sunday.Tomlin talked on Tuesday, so Alex and I go over all the main talking points to come out of that weekly session. We talk fourth down play breakdowns, Roethlisberger's ability to change plays at the line and much, much more related to what Tomlin said on Tuesday.Alex and I have gone all through the Steelers all-22 tape from their Week 4 loss to the Green Bay Packers, so we thoroughly review all that we have in our notes. We talk quite a bit about the Steelers run game success, how much zone the defense is playing and much, much more. We also talk about how good defensive tackle Cameron Heyward has been playing so far this season and the stats that back that up.Alex and I are then pleased to welcome to the show the great Ryan O'Halloran from The Denver Post. Ryan covers the Denver Broncos for the outlet, and he'll be present for the Steelers Week 5 Sunday home game at Heinz Field. We spend roughly 30 minutes with Ryan previewing the 2021 Broncos, the Sunday game and much, much more.Ryan is kind enough to give us his early thoughts on the possible outcome for the Sunday game at the end of the interview. If not already doing so, please follow Ryan on Twitter at @ryanohalloran and thank him for appearing on the Wednesday show. You can also read Tom's work online here: https://www.denverpost.com/sports/After our interview with Ryan is complete, Alex and I recap it and tie up other loose ends related to the Steelers and the show. As usual, we end this episode by answering several emails we have received from listeners.

Crime Writers of Color
Patricia Raybon--Writer of Faith & Mystery and ALL THAT IS SECRET

Crime Writers of Color

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 37:56


Patricia Raybon—author of ALL THAT IS SECRET—is interviewed by Robert Justice. Patricia Raybon is an award-winning author and novelist who writes at the daring intersection of faith and race. Her books include My First White Friend, winner of the Christopher Award, I Told the Mountain to Move, a prayer memoir about her struggle to learn to pray, that was a Christianity Today Book of the Year finalist, and Undivided: A Muslim Daughter, Her Christian Mother, Their Path to Peace, coauthored with her younger daughter Alana Raybon. Patricia's essays on faith and race have been published in the New York Times Sunday Magazine, Newsweek, USA Today, Guideposts, Christianity Today, and other national publications and blogs. Her first fiction is a 1920s murder mystery series about a young Black theologian—a fan of Sherlock Holmes—solving crime and murder in Colorado's dangerous era of the Ku Klux Klan. Its debut title, All That Is Secret, is set to release Oct. 5, 2021, from Tyndale House. Parade Magazine picked All That Is Secret among its Fall 2021 “Mysteries We Love.” Patricia's essays on faith and race have been published in the New York Times Magazine, Newsweek, USA Today, USA Weekend, Country Living Magazine, Chicago Tribune, The Denver Post, Guideposts, In Touch Magazine (In Touch Ministries), Christianity Today, popular blogs including the Washington Post's “Acts of Faith” and aired on National Public Radio's Weekend Edition.  A regular contributor at Our Daily Bread and the (in)courage community at DaySpring, she also teaches and coaches at writing conferences and workshops nationwide.  A lifelong Colorado resident, Patricia lives with her husband Dan, a retired educator. They have two grown daughters, a son-in-law, five grandchildren and a “grand dog” Max. Links Patricia's Website Robert Justice's Website Crime Writers of Color Website Podcast Music Provided by Chris Lang Jazz

Paranormal Odyssey
SO EP:13 UFO's, Bigfoot, and More with Stan Gordon!

Paranormal Odyssey

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 58:36


My guest tonight is Stan Gordon. Stan is a giant in the field of UFO, Bigfoot, and all things paranormal and we had a great conversation about some of his favorite cases and investigations he has done over his 60 plus years of investigating these types of incidents. You can see more about Stan below and I have included the link to his website as well. Please remember to rate and review the show. If you have had an encounter and would like to be on the show email me at paranomalodysseypodcast@gmail.com Stan Gordon was trained as an electronics technician who specialized in radio communications. He worked in the advanced consumer electronics sales field for over forty years. Stan has lived in Greensburg, Pennsylvania all of his life. Gordon began his interest in the UFO subject and other strange incidents at the age of ten in 1959. In the late 1960's, he acted as the telephone UFO sighting report investigations coordinator for the UFO Research Institute of Pittsburgh.Stan began in the field investigations of UFOs and other mysterious events in 1965, and is the primary investigator of the December 9,1965, UFO crash-recovery incident that occurred near Kecksburg, Pennsylvania. In 1969, Gordon established a UFO Hot-line for the public to report UFO sightings to him to investigate.In 1970, Gordon founded the Westmoreland County UFO Study Group (WCUFOSG), the first of three volunteer research groups which he would establish to investigate UFO sightings and other strange occurrences reported in Pennsylvania. Since November, 1993, he continues to investigate and document strange incidents from across the Keystone state as an independent researcher.Gordon is a former PA State Director for the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), and was its first recipient In 1987 of the MUFON Meritorious Achievement in a UFO investigation Award. Gordon has been involved with the investigation of thousands of mysterious encounters from across Pennsylvania. He has appeared on numerous local and network TV news and documentary shows, including the Syfy Channel (formerly the Sci-Fi Channel), Discovery Channel, History Channel, and Fox News Channel. He has been featured on many television shows, including Unsolved Mysteries, Sightings, Inside Edition, A Current Affair, and Creepy Canada.Gordon has been the focus of numerous national and international newspaper stories and magazine articles, some of which include the Pittsburgh Press, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Denver Post. He has been a guest on many national and international radio shows, including the popular radio show Coast to Coast. Gordon is also the producer of the award winning 1998 video documentary, Kecksburg: The Untold Story.He is also the author of the books, Really Mysterious Pennsylvania, Silent Invasion: The Pennsylvania UFO-Bigfoot Casebook, and Astonishing Encounters: Pennsylvania's Unknown Creatures. He has written numerous articles about UFOs and strange encounters, and many books and publications have included his research as well. For many years Stan has been writing a column for the quarterly magazine, The GATE To Strange Phenomena. You can email the editor at: thegate.news@outlook.com for more details.Since the late 1960's, Gordon has been lecturing to the public on the UFO subject presenting illustrated lectures locally and nationally to social and professional groups, schools, colleges, libraries, and conferences. Among others, some of his lectures topics include a synopsis of Kecksburg UFO crash case, UFO and Bigfoot incidents, and mysterious creature encounters. He was the keynote speaker at the first World UFO and Paranormal Expo in Denver, Colorado in 2004. Stan was a keynote speaker at the 2011 McMinnville, Oregon UFO Festival. He was a speaker at the 2012 East Coast MUFON UFO Conference in Philadelphia and has been a speaker numerous times at the Mothman Festival in Point Pleasant, West Virginia. He was a speaker for the first CRYPTIDCON Conference in Frankfort, Kentucky in 2017.In more recent years he was seen on The Close Encounters series on the Science Channel, Monsters & Mysteries in America on the Destination America Channel, Monumental Mysteries on the Travel Channel, In Search of Aliens on H2, and UFO Conspiracies on the Science Channel. Stan continued to be very busy in 2017, and was involved with various media projects, and appeared on many radio shows as well as speaking engagements at various events and conferences throughout the year. During 2018, Stan was featured in the new documentary film “Invasion On Chestnut Ridge.” Look for Stan to appear at many events, and taking part in many media projects in 2018. He will also make a cameo appearance in the new family film “A Wish For Giants” that will premiere in February. See www.awishforgiants.com for details.The year 2019, will mark 60 years of research for Stan into the UFO & Bigfoot phenomena. Stan has been scheduled to speak at many events in 2019 and will be featured in a new film “Paranormal Bigfoot” that is scheduled for release in January of 2019. He will also be appearing in the new miniseries “On the Trail of Bigfoot” that will also be released in 2019. There is much planned for 2020 as well. Keep checking the website for details.For updated reports on UFO sightings and other strange incidents, as well as upcoming lectures and other events check out Stan's website: www.stangordon.info.

First And Orange
Ep. 195 -- Broncos get first true test of 2021 against Lamar Jackson and Ravens

First And Orange

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 19:07


In this edition of the 1st & Orange podcast presented by SI Sportsbook, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Ryan O'Halloran preview Denver's Week 4 home showdown against the Ravens at Empower Field. The duo go over the latest injury updates, the impact of losing KJ Hamler and Jonas Griffith, why the team called up third-string QB Brett Rypien off the practice squad and the challenge of facing former MVP Lamar Jackson. Plus, breaking down the matchup between Denver's run defense and Baltimore's run game, plus predictions and more analysis, in a packed show from Dove Valley.

Growth Amplifiers
Superior Communication Strategies For Making Stronger Connections - Podcast

Growth Amplifiers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 28:00


Seeking more ways to Amplify Your Business? Take our free Amplified Assessment to see how your business stacks up and receive tips to improve your score at: https://growthamplifiers.com/amplified-assessment/ Matthew Moseley is a communications strategist and principal at Ignition Strategy Group, Boulder Colorado. He has spent his career at the intersection of public policy, business and government and has managed many public affairs projects and campaigns for organizations and companies. He is also a writer and adventure swimmer. No communications challenge is too big or small—or even too bizarre. Moseley was hired by Johnny Depp to be the family spokesperson and communications director for Hunter S. Thompson's funeral and ash-blast. He was also the family spokesperson for Lisl Auman who was freed from prison from a lifetime sentence for felony murder. He has written a book called “Dear Dr. Thompson: Felony Murder, Hunter Thompson and the Last Gonzo Campaign.” Moseley served as the communications director for the Colorado Senate under President Joan Fitz-Gerald. He was a press officer for the United States Olympic Committee at the 2004 games in Athens, Greece, where he wrote numerous articles for national publications and was “Our man inside the Olympics” for the Denver Post. Other experiences include being the national field director for Rock the Vote in Los Angeles. In 1998, he served as the deputy press secretary under White House communications director Mike McCurry for the Denver Summit of the Eight (G7 Summit). Matthew Moseley is also an accomplished open water swimmer. On June 11, 2014 he completed the first ever-solo swim crossing of Lake Pontchartrain for 25 miles in 14 hours and 55 minutes and was the subject of a documentary by emmy-award winning filmmaker Wayne Ewing titled Dancing in the Water (trailer below). He also completed the first ever crossing from the Island of Culebra to Fajardo, Puerto Rico of 24 miles as well as well as 47.5 miles down the Colorado River from Moab to the Confluence of the Green River last summer making three first ever swims in a 13 month period. What You'll Learn: THE IDEA: There is a connection between success and effective communication THE WHY: If people don't understand or believe in a vision, then it's hard to be successful. THE ACTION: Create a communication plan Highlights: Actionable tips to improve your communication How to make words more powerful and persuasive Why it is important to be a participant and not a spectator Learn more at https://ignitionstrategygroup.com/ https://www.matthewlmoseley.net/bio.html

James Crepea Show
James Crepea Show 9/24/21: Should Pac-12 schedule more off-campus games? Denver Post columnist Sean Keeler, breaking down Oregon vs. Arizona and Oregon State vs. USC, Hold All Tickets

James Crepea Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 92:17


On Friday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James asked if the Pac-12 should schedule more off-campus games? Denver Post columnist Sean Keeler chats about the AFC West, Pac-12 and Colorado, breaking down Oregon vs. Arizona and Oregon State vs. USC, Hold All Tickets - our weekly picks

James Crepea Show
9/24/21: Denver Post columnist Sean Keeler

James Crepea Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 30:26


Denver Post columnist Sean Keeler returns to discuss the AFC West, Pac-12 scheduling and Colorado

Kreckman & Lindahl
Kreckman & Lindahl Hour Three 9/23/21

Kreckman & Lindahl

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 67:47


0:00 Mike Singer of The Denver Post joins K&L to talk all things Nuggets before the 2021 season, why he thinks Jokic has been reserved with some of comments, if we could expect Jokic to take more rest days this season, and how it might affect the team without him on the court. 9:40 Fangio has been much better at blitzing this season and it is extremely hard to predict. 19:55 More on Thursday Night Football between the Texans/Panthers tonight. 28:09 Friends of the program, podcasts, Skrewball of the Day, and more. Also, Spero Dedes, PxP for Broncos/Jets this Sunday, joins K&L to break down the game this weekend, his overall thoughts on the play of Teddy Bridgewater this season, Von Miller looking like his old self, and the relationship between Zach Wilson and Jets fans.

On The Rox
Ep. 177 -- Rockies try to play spoiler, MiLB success, Trevor Story's LoDo swan song

On The Rox

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 21:35


In this packed edition of the On The Rox podcast, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Patrick Saunders break down the final stretch of the Rockies' 2021 season. Can Colorado play spoiler against the Dodgers and Giants at Coors Field as those teams vie for the National League West crown? Plus, analysis on Trevor Story's LoDo swan song, how the Rockies' minor-league affiliates fared this year, breaking down the team's recent road surge, Larry Walker's number retirement this weekend and more analysis.

First And Orange
Ep. 194 -- Broncos double-digit favorites in 2021 home opener against New York Jets

First And Orange

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 19:56


In this edition of the 1st & Orange podcast presented by SI Sportsbook, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Ryan O'Halloran preview Denver's Week 3 home opener against the Jets at Empower Field. What's to make of the Broncos' 2-0 start, and how will the team's fortunes be impacted by injuries to Bradley Chubb (ankle) and Josey Jewell (pectoral)? How do the Broncos take care of business against lowly New York and avoid a letdown loss? Those questions, plus predictions and more analysis, are addressed in a packed show from Dove Valley.

First And Orange
Ep. 193 -- Broncos look to go 2-0 against Trevor Lawrence, Urban Meyer and Jaguars

First And Orange

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 23:12


In this edition of the 1st & Orange podcast presented by SI Sportsbook, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Ryan O'Halloran preview Denver's Week 2 road showdown against the Jaguars. What's the impact of injuries to wideout Jerry Jeudy and cornerback Ronald Darby, and who has to step up at wideout and cornerback? How can the Broncos keep momentum going from their Week 1 win over the Giants? What are the keys against rookie quarterback Trevor Lawrence, and can the Broncos avoid a letdown at TIAA Bank Field? Those questions, plus game picks and more analysis, are addressed in a packed show.

First And Orange
Ep. 192 -- Previewing Broncos' 2021 season opener against Giants

First And Orange

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 20:21


In this edition of the 1st & Orange podcast presented by SI Sportsbook, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Ryan O'Halloran preview Denver's 2021 season opener against the New York Giants. What's to make of Bradley Chubb's detainment this week? Who are the players that Broncos fans should be watching closely on Sunday? What are the keys to beating quarterback Daniel Jones and the Giants in a must-win Week 1? Those questions, plus injury updates and more analysis, are addressed in a packed show.

The JJ Redick Podcast
What Are the Washington Wizards Capable of This Season? Plus More Ben Simmons Rumors.

The JJ Redick Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 60:56


Free agency may be winding down, but you can't stop NBA players from opening their mouths. Verno and KOC discuss Kyle Kuzma's comments on ‘The No Chill Podcast' that the Buddy Hield trade was basically in the books before the Lakers pivoted to the Russell Westbrook trade (0:30), Jonathan Isaac's comments that he and the Magic are being very cautious with his return from injury (14:40), and Michael Porter Jr.'s comments to the Denver Post that his contract extension negotiations with the Nuggets are going well (28:30). Then they dive into more Ben Simmons rumors from Sam Amick of The Athletic, who reported that the Kings were not willing to give up De'Aaron Fox or Tyrese Haliburton in a trade for Simmons (46:40). Hosts: Chris Vernon and Kevin O'Connor Associate Producer: Sasha Ashall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

First And Orange
Ep. 191 -- Breaking down Broncos' initial 53-man roster

First And Orange

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 10:22


In this edition of the 1st & Orange podcast, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Ryan O'Halloran break down the Broncos' initial 53-man roster. Who was the biggest surprise to make the team on offense and defense? Plus, analysis on GM George Paton's transactions following the roster deadline, practice plans for the next couple weeks and injury concerns heading into Week 1 against the Giants.

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Hello Colorado Rapids Fans! This week on Holding The High Line, Kortne Ford has played a professional soccer game! We open the show with Red speaking to him. The guys banter about WoSo not coming to Denver. We attempt to recap the hot mess that was the 1-1 draw at Sporting KC. We discuss what might have influenced the officiating of that game. You can find more information here and here. Then we break down what's up with Cole Bassett. How close did he come to leaving the Rapids this window and why didn't he? Has he had a bad season or is it complicated? What does this all mean for the rest of 2021 and beyond? Rabbi and Red finish the podcast off by previewing the road game at San Jose Earthquakes. Holding The High Line is an independent soccer podcast focused on the Colorado Rapids of MLS and a member of the Beautiful Game Network. If you like the show, please consider subscribing to us on your preferred podcatcher, giving us a review, and tell other Rapids fans about us. It helps a ton. Visit bgn.fm for a bunch of other great podcasts covering soccer in North America. We also have a newsletter. Visit our Substack page to read our content and sign up for our newsletter via email. Find us on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Blubrry, and many other podcatchers. See the full list of podcatchers with subscription links here. For full transcripts of every episode, check out our AudioBurst account. Our artwork was produced by CR54 Designs. Juannersdoes our music. We are brought to you by Ruffneck Scarves and Icarus FC. Ruffneckscarves.com is your one-stop-shop for official MLS, USL, and U.S. Soccer scarves as well as custom scarves for your group or team. Icarusfc.com is the place to go for high quality custom soccer kits for your youth or pub team. With an "any design you want, seriously" motto, they are breaking the mold of boring, expensive, template kits from the big brands. Have your team looking fly in 2020 like Andre Shinyashiki with bleached hair with custom scarves and kits from Ruffneck Scarves and Icarus FC. HTHL is on Patreon. If you like what we do and want to give us money, head on over to our page and become a Patreon Member. We have partnered up with the Denver Post to sustainably grow soccer journalism in Colorado. Listeners can get a three month trial of the Denver Post digital for 99¢/month. Go to denverpost.com/hthl to sign up. This will give you unlimited and full access to all of the Post's online content and will support local coverage of the Rapids. Each month after the trial is $11.99/month. There is a sports-content-only option for $6.99/month. Follow us on Twitter @rapids96podcast. You can also email the show at rapids96podcast@gmail.com. Follow our hosts individually on Twitter @LWOSMattPollardand @soccer_rabbi. Send us questions using the hashtag #AskHTHL.

First And Orange
Ep. 190 -- Breaking down the Broncos' preseason finale, Von Miller's return and more analysis

First And Orange

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 11:34


In this edition of the 1st & Orange podcast, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Ryan O'Halloran recap the Broncos' preseason finale. How did the first-team offense and defense look in the 17-12 win over the Rams at Empower Field? How did Courtland Sutton, Albert Okwuegbunam and Von Miller fare in their return to game action following season-ending injuries in 2020? Plus, analysis on special teams and much more.

First And Orange
Ep. 189 -- Teddy Bridgewater named Broncos' starting QB, Bobby Massie wins right tackle battle

First And Orange

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 12:32


In this edition of the 1st & Orange podcast, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Ryan O'Halloran discuss Teddy Bridgewater winning the Broncos' quarterback competition over Drew Lock. Plus, analysis on Bobby Massie being named the starting right tackle, the preseason finale on Saturday night at Empower Field and roster bubble players to watch.

City Cast Denver
Queer Cinema, UMS, and Lowriders

City Cast Denver

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 19:17


Since 2006, Keith Garcia has been curating films for Cinema Q, Denver's annual celebration of queer cinema. Garcia is the Artistic Director for the Sie FilmCenter and created the festival as a celebration of LGBTQ filmmakers, directors, actors, and the storylines they bring to life. Garcia joins City Cast Denver Host Bree Davies to talk about what makes a film queer and what movies shaped his own experience as a young, gay kid obsessed with the big screen.  For more on Keith and Cinema Q, check out this profile of the festival from the Denver Post.  Plus: City Cast Denver Producer Xandra McMahon joins Bree to offer recommendations for artists to see and things to do at this weekend's Underground Music Showcase! Bree will also share information about Sunday's 3rd Annual La Raza Park Day and Cruise, a celebration of Denver's unique Chicano culture.    Here are links to all the cool UMS acts we talked about: Kayla Marque/The Grand Alliance Neoma YaSi City Cast Denver LIVE at UMS (duh.) Subscribe to our weekday morning newsletter for even more Denver news and events: https://denver.citycast.fm/newsletter/ Which acts are you looking forward to seeing at UMS this weekend? Tell us on Twitter @citycastdenver. 

Mindful Skeptics Podcast
MIKE LINDELL HOUSING CRIMINALS IN TEXAS

Mindful Skeptics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 12:18


A Colorado county clerk is accused of assisting in leaking election data to a QAnon influencer. Tina Peters is now under investigation by the FBI, according to reports. MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell told Vice News that Peters is now "holed up" in a safe house. Peters, a so-called "Trump Truther," permitted surveillance cameras to be turned off for up to two months, it is alleged. The official at the center of the probe, Mesa County clerk Tina Peters, is accused of compromising voting machines and allowing someone to share sensitive data with QAnon figurehead, Ron Watkins, Insider previously reported. She is under investigation by the Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold, and on Tuesday, the FBI said it was also looking into it. The FBI announced that it was working with Colorado's District Attorney's office "to determine if there was a potential federal criminal violation," FBI Denver office spokeswoman Courtney Bernal told the Denver Post.

Blunt Dissection: The best minds in veterinary medicine, academia & business profiled so you can learn from their experience.

On today's show I'm joined by the woman with potentially the new Blunt Dissection record (Sorry Sheilah) for the number of letters after a name, Dr. Robin Downing, DVM, DAAPM, DACVSMR, CVPP, CCRP, CVA, MS in Clinical Bioethics. Robin, who will be familiar to many of you, graduated from Loyola University of Chicago, (where she obtained a degree in English) in 1981 and later from the University of Illinois: College of Veterinary Medicine in 1986. Growing up, Dr. Robin had a natural rapport with animals, thanks to her Grandad; and was later pushed towards pursuing her career in veterinary medicine by her partner and now wife. Utilising her degree in English, Robin wrote a weekly column in The Denver Post, as well as multiple magazine articles, short stories, and two books. Meanwhile, using her veterinary degree to transform Windsor Veterinary Clinic into a Practice of Excellence and create The Downing Center for Animal Pain Management. Alongside, this Robin serves as a Trustee for the Morris Animal Foundation and is an affiliate faculty member at the Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine. It is no wonder that in 2001, she was presented the prestigious Excellence in Veterinary Healthcare Award by the World Small Animal Veterinary Association in Vancouver, and the winner of the 2020 Bustad Companion Animal Veterinarian of the Year Award. Now, just before we jump into the episode, a quick word from today's show sponsor which today is the Thrive community. If you are struggling with managing time, feeling like an imposter or burnout then you need to make a change. The good news is that you are not broken or a bad fit for the profession, you are simply missing some super-important skills no-one teaches at university. Skills you will learn as part of the VetX community. Thrive is a RACE accredited professional skills course where members receive training, toolkits and one-to-one coaching to develop these skills. Join hundreds of other vets who have changed their careers for the better as a Thrive member. To learn more and find out if the class is a good fit for you visit www.vetxinternational.com today. Now back to the show... This episode is both a heartwarming and heart-wrenching story of Robin's life, (she now holds a second record for the first guest to make me cry) as she recalls her struggles of being both gay and a woman in the 1980s veterinary industry, how her dog stopped her from taking her own life, discusses how every vet should use a bioethical framework, and outlines her hopes to influence human medicine. Expect to laugh, cry, and be truly amazed by the remarkable Dr. Robin Downing.

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
S4E20: Cow and Pony Show

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 82:36


Hello Colorado Rapids fans! This week on Holding The High Line, it's THREE wins in eight days for your Burgundy Boys! Rabbi and Red banter about the All-Star Game and more. We recap the wins over LA Galaxy and RSL in the Rocky Mountain Cup. The guys discuss Loki's Toboggan and Kortne Ford's loan to San Antonio. We finish off a preview of Saturday's trip to Blue Hell to play Sporting KC. Oh, and Matt tells the story of the first time he spoke to Robin Fraser and he swore twice. Nobody believes him. Holding The High Line is an independent soccer podcast focused on the Colorado Rapids of MLS and a member of the Beautiful Game Network. If you like the show, please consider subscribing to us on your preferred podcatcher, giving us a review, and tell other Rapids fans about us. It helps a ton. Visit bgn.fm for a bunch of other great podcasts covering soccer in North America. We also have a newsletter. Visit our Substack page to read our content and sign up for our newsletter via email. Find us on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Blubrry, and many other podcatchers. See the full list of podcatchers with subscription links here. For full transcripts of every episode, check out our AudioBurst account. Our artwork was produced by CR54 Designs. Juannersdoes our music. We are brought to you by Ruffneck Scarves and Icarus FC. Ruffneckscarves.com is your one-stop-shop for official MLS, USL, and U.S. Soccer scarves as well as custom scarves for your group or team. Icarusfc.com is the place to go for high quality custom soccer kits for your youth or pub team. With an "any design you want, seriously" motto, they are breaking the mold of boring, expensive, template kits from the big brands. Have your team looking fly in 2020 like Andre Shinyashiki with bleached hair with custom scarves and kits from Ruffneck Scarves and Icarus FC. HTHL is on Patreon. If you like what we do and want to give us money, head on over to our page and become a Patreon Member. We have partnered up with the Denver Post to sustainably grow soccer journalism in Colorado. Listeners can get a three month trial of the Denver Post digital for 99¢/month. Go to denverpost.com/hthl to sign up. This will give you unlimited and full access to all of the Post's online content and will support local coverage of the Rapids. Each month after the trial is $11.99/month. There is a sports-content-only option for $6.99/month. Follow us on Twitter @rapids96podcast. You can also email the show at rapids96podcast@gmail.com. Follow our hosts individually on Twitter @LWOSMattPollardand @soccer_rabbi. Send us questions using the hashtag #AskHTHL.

Mindful Skeptics Podcast
MIKE LINDELL HOUSING CRIMINALS IN TEXAS

Mindful Skeptics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 12:18


#TrickleUp #MikeLindell #BreakingNews #FBIMostWanted A Colorado county clerk is accused of assisting in leaking election data to a QAnon influencer. Tina Peters is now under investigation by the FBI, according to reports. MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell told Vice News that Peters is now "holed up" in a safe house. Peters, a so-called "Trump Truther," permitted surveillance cameras to be turned off for up to two months, it is alleged. The official at the center of the probe, Mesa County clerk Tina Peters, is accused of compromising voting machines and allowing someone to share sensitive data with QAnon figurehead, Ron Watkins, Insider previously reported. She is under investigation by the Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold, and on Tuesday, the FBI said it was also looking into it. The FBI announced that it was working with Colorado's District Attorney's office "to determine if there was a potential federal criminal violation," FBI Denver office spokeswoman Courtney Bernal told the Denver Post. Two weeks ago, when Griswold issued an order authorizing her staff to travel to Mesa County to inspect the election system, Peters was on her way to MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's "cyber symposium" in South Dakota, Vice News reported. Lindell told Vice News on Wednesday that, following the symposium, a member of his own security team leaked the secret location she was staying in, the media outlet reported.

On The Rox
Ep. 176 -- Rockies' season of juxtapositions, upcoming road trip and Jon Gray's future

On The Rox

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 14:02


In this edition of the On The Rox podcast, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Patrick Saunders break down Colorado's season full of juxtapositions. How can Colorado be so good at home (MLB-best 43 wins at Coors Field) but so bad on the road (MLB-worst 14 wins)? Plus, analysis on Colorado's upcoming road trip to Chicago, Los Angeles and Arlington, and what to make of right-hander Jon Gray's future with the Rockies.

First And Orange
Ep. 188 -- Previewing Broncos' second preseason game in Seattle and latest on QB battle

First And Orange

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 8:56


In this edition of the 1st & Orange podcast from training camp in Dove Valley, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Ryan O'Halloran preview the Broncos' second preseason game in Seattle on Saturday. Plus, the latest analysis on the quarterback battle between Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater, and thoughts on wideout Trinity Benson and center Lloyd Cushenberry.

Fruitloops: Serial Killers of Color
August Break Episode (from 07/19/2021)

Fruitloops: Serial Killers of Color

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 37:23


Extra, Extra, read all about it, Fruitloops has some updates for you, and we are gonna shout it! In his episode, Wendy & Beth discuss an Olympic athlete who has disappeared, a vampire killer in Uganda, Pam Hupp, who has finally been charged, and a house fire/shooting in Tucson. Plus a new segment: DON'T DO THAT! Kassahun, Thomas. (07/18/2021). Ugandan Athlete Left A Note Before Disappearing From Olympic Team In Tokyo Several other Ugandan athletes have disappeared from major competitions in the past. CNN. Retrieved on 7/19/2021 from https://edition.cnn.com/2021/07/17/sport/uganda-olympics-athlete-missing-julius-ssekitoleko-scli-spt-intl/index.html Egan, Lauren. (07/21/21). Biden says CDC will 'probably' recommend kids under 12 wear masks in school. NBC News. Retrieved 07/21/2021 from https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/white-house/biden-says-cdc-will-probably-recommend-kids-under-12-wear-n1274682 Maina, Simon. (07/15/2021). Kenya arrests 'bloodthirsty vampire' over child killings. eNCA. Retrieved 07/20/2021 from https://www.enca.com/news/kenya-arrests-bloodthirsty-vampire-over-child-killings?fbclid=IwAR36SQ4IiWiEKtOX0axnouK9Q8vngDGUirMbW-FCJw7o1MH9uKGPjT6fNqg Luperon, Alberto. (07/12/2021). ‘A Dark Cloud': After Years of Twists, Convicted Murderer Finally Charged with Killing Friend in 2011. Law & Crime. Retrieved 07/20/2021 from https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/a-dark-cloud-after-years-of-twists-convicted-murderer-finally-charged-with-killing-friend-in-2011/ar-AAM461X?ocid=ientp Mauch, Ally. (07/17/2021). Law & Order: SVU, Boardwalk Empire Actor Isaiah Stokes Indicted for N.Y.C. Murder. People. Retrieved on 7/19/2021 from https://people.com/crime/law-order-svu-boardwalk-empire-actor-isaiah-stokes-indicted-for-nyc-murder/ ABC15.com staff; Radwany, Sam. (07/18/2021). Tucson shooting: 2 dead, multiple people hurt after shooting, house fire. ABC15. Retrieved 07/20/2021 from https://www.abc15.com/news/region-central-southern-az/tucson/multiple-people-shot-including-ambulance-crew-in-tucson Shapiro, Jake. (07/20/2021). Colorado man convicted of vehicular homicide after livestreaming 167 mph drive, wreck. The Denver Post. Retrieved 07/20/2021 from https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/colorado-man-convicted-of-vehicular-homicide-after-livestreaming-167-mph-drive-wreck/ar-AAMkjYR?ocid=ientp ABC News. (07/13/2021). Taco Bell employees set off fireworks inside, cause fire after locking themselves out. Retrieved 07/20/2021 from https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/taco-bell-employees-set-off-fireworks-inside-cause-fire-after-locking-themselves-out/ar-AAM6eme?ocid=ientp Haworth, Jon. (07/07/2021) Woman hits multiple cops in wild police chase, gets arrested while ordering food at McDonald's drive-thru. ABC News. Retrieved 07/20/2021 from https://abcnews.go.com/US/woman-hits-multiple-cops-wild-police-chase-arrested/story?id=78705411 Music “Abyss” by Alasen: ●https://soundcloud.com/alasen●https://twitter.com/icemantrap ●https://instagram.com/icemanbass/●https://soundcloud.com/therealfrozenguy● Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License “Hasta La Vista” by Causmic https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCptYdIghPgmOl8opbjZrcuA Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License “Switchin Lanes” by Yung Kartz https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Yung_Kartz Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License “Furious Freak” by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3791-furious-freak License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

James Crepea Show
James Crepea Show 8/17/21: Kayvon Thibodeaux's new NIL deal, Denver Post columnist Sean Keeler, Pac-12 odds to make CFP, Pac-12 commissioner George Kliavkoff

James Crepea Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 96:18


On Tuesday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James discusses Kayvon Thibodeaux's new NIL deal, Denver Post columnist Sean Keeler on the prospects of conference realignment for Colorado and Colorado State, Pac-12 odds to make CFP, Pac-12 commissioner George Kliavkoff joins the show to go over his trip to Oregon, reported talks of an alliance with the Big Ten and ACC and what it could mean to football scheduling, the proposed 12-team CFP, how to make the Pac-12 Championship game weekend a bigger event, baseball and softball scheduling and conference tournaments

James Crepea Show
8/17/21: Denver Post columnist Sean Keeler

James Crepea Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 9:32


Denver Post columnist Sean Keeler returns to go over the prospect of conference realignment to Colorado and Colorado State

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Hello Colorado Rapids Fans! This week on Holding The High Line, it's Rocky Mountain Cup week! Rabbi and Red start the show off by bantering about former Burgundy Boys and where they are now. Is Nicolas Benezet's goal in his Sounders debut the soccer equivalent of mackerel farts? The guys break down the weekend win over Houston Dynamo. Then we preview the Rapids Galaxy match and look ahead to the Saturday home game against Real Salt Lake. Holding The High Line is an independent soccer podcast focused on the Colorado Rapids of MLS and a member of the Beautiful Game Network. If you like the show, please consider subscribing to us on your preferred podcatcher, giving us a review, and tell other Rapids fans about us. It helps a ton. Visit bgn.fm for a bunch of other great podcasts covering soccer in North America. We also have a newsletter. Visit our Substack page to read our content and sign up for our newsletter via email. Find us on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Blubrry, and many other podcatchers. See the full list of podcatchers with subscription links here. For full transcripts of every episode, check out our AudioBurst account. Our artwork was produced by CR54 Designs. Juannersdoes our music. We are brought to you by Ruffneck Scarves and Icarus FC. Ruffneckscarves.com is your one-stop-shop for official MLS, USL, and U.S. Soccer scarves as well as custom scarves for your group or team. Icarusfc.com is the place to go for high quality custom soccer kits for your youth or pub team. With an "any design you want, seriously" motto, they are breaking the mold of boring, expensive, template kits from the big brands. Have your team looking fly in 2020 like Andre Shinyashiki with bleached hair with custom scarves and kits from Ruffneck Scarves and Icarus FC. HTHL is on Patreon. If you like what we do and want to give us money, head on over to our page and become a Patreon Member. We have partnered up with the Denver Post to sustainably grow soccer journalism in Colorado. Listeners can get a three month trial of the Denver Post digital for 99¢/month. Go to denverpost.com/hthl to sign up. This will give you unlimited and full access to all of the Post's online content and will support local coverage of the Rapids. Each month after the trial is $11.99/month. There is a sports-content-only option for $6.99/month. Follow us on Twitter @rapids96podcast. You can also email the show at rapids96podcast@gmail.com. Follow our hosts individually on Twitter @LWOSMattPollardand @soccer_rabbi. Send us questions using the hashtag #AskHTHL.

First And Orange
Ep. 187 -- Broncos name Drew Lock starter for preseason opener and more analysis

First And Orange

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 8:55


In this edition of the 1st & Orange podcast, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Ryan O'Halloran break down the Broncos' trip to Minnesota this week for joint practices and the preseason opener. What's to make of Drew Lock starting Saturday's game at quarterback? What are the team's latest injury issues? Plus more analysis as the preseason looms.

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Hello Colorado Rapids fans! This week on Holding The High Line, we're suing Tim Melia for highway robbery. We banter about the Sam Vines transfer becoming official, as well the departure of Nicolas Benezet and the rumors around Cole Bassett. Then we recap the great performance and poor finishing against Sporting KC. Rabbi looks at the impact of Lucas Esteves signing and Oliver Larraz going on loan. Then we preview the Houston Dynamo match. Holding The High Line is an independent soccer podcast focused on the Colorado Rapids of MLS and a member of the Beautiful Game Network. If you like the show, please consider subscribing to us on your preferred podcatcher, giving us a review, and tell other Rapids fans about us. It helps a ton. Visit bgn.fm for a bunch of other great podcasts covering soccer in North America. We also have a newsletter. Visit our Substack page to read our content and sign up for our newsletter via email. Find us on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Blubrry, and many other podcatchers. See the full list of podcatchers with subscription links here. For full transcripts of every episode, check out our AudioBurst account. Our artwork was produced by CR54 Designs. Juanners does our music. We are brought to you by Ruffneck Scarves and Icarus FC. Ruffneckscarves.com is your one-stop-shop for official MLS, USL, and U.S. Soccer scarves as well as custom scarves for your group or team. Icarusfc.com is the place to go for high quality custom soccer kits for your youth or pub team. With an "any design you want, seriously" motto, they are breaking the mold of boring, expensive, template kits from the big brands. Have your team looking fly in 2020 like Andre Shinyashiki with bleached hair with custom scarves and kits from Ruffneck Scarves and Icarus FC. HTHL is on Patreon. If you like what we do and want to give us money, head on over to our page and become a Patreon Member. We have partnered up with the Denver Post to sustainably grow soccer journalism in Colorado. Listeners can get a three month trial of the Denver Post digital for 99¢/month. Go to denverpost.com/hthl to sign up. This will give you unlimited and full access to all of the Post's online content and will support local coverage of the Rapids. Each month after the trial is $11.99/month. There is a sports-content-only option for $6.99/month. Follow us on Twitter @rapids96podcast. You can also email the show at rapids96podcast@gmail.com. Follow our hosts individually on Twitter @LWOSMattPollardand @soccer_rabbi. Send us questions using the hashtag #AskHTHL.

The Daily Sun-Up
Colorado Sun Daily Sun-Up: Another wave of COVID-19 in Colorado prompts new restrictions; Labor violence comes to Denver

The Daily Sun-Up

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 13:18


Good Morning, Colorado, you're listening to the Daily Sun-Up with the Colorado Sun. It's Thursday August 5th.   Today - As coronavirus alarm bells ring loud and clear in other states, new restrictions are rolling in across Colorado. But some private organizations are moving faster - sparking a debate over vaccine mandates.      We'd also like to take a moment to thank our sponsors at SunShare. SunShare is building a new community solar garden and YOU can participate! Your community solar subscription adds solar to the energy mix, and your utility buys that energy directly from you! So join the thousands of other Coloradans who share your commitment to clean energy. Space is limited and filling quickly, so make sure to visit us at mysunshare.com   But before we begin, let's go back in time with some Colorado history adapted from historian Derek R Everett's book “Colorado Day by Day”:   Today, we take you back to August 5th, 1920 - 5 days into a walkout against the Denver Tramway Company, or DTC. The strike had devolved into a riot. Mobs of union members attacked streetcars staffed by strike breakers, toppling two. Strikers set other cars on fire and attacked the Denver Post's offices for the paper's defense of the DTC. The strike brought labor violence - which was all too familiar in mining communities across Colorado - to the heart of the capital.   Now, our feature story.   As coronavirus alarm bells ring loud and clear in other states, the warning sounds in Colorado are also getting a little louder every day. Every 24 hours, and sometimes late at night, some branch of local or state government announces new restrictions involving vaccines or masks. They have sometimes been outpaced by the quicker moves of the private sector, which has jumped wholeheartedly into the debate over vaccine mandates and so-called vaccine “passports” to access services. The Colorado Sun's John Ingold has been keeping pace, turning sharp eyes on which pandemic numbers seem to worry Colorado officials the most.    You can read more of John Ingold's pieces about coronavirus in Colorado, and a series of helpful visualizations, at Coloradosun.com And Before we go, here are a few stories that you should know about today:   Colorado businesses on the Western Slope are hoping for a solution to their distribution problems. Many outdoor products makers love the Grand Junction area as headquarters for their lifestyle brands. Often, though, they manufacture their products in Asia to control costs and make a profit. When those goods come back to the U.S. for sale, they ride the rails, yet there's no freight unloading terminal in Grand Junction where shipping containers can be pulled off the trains. Many Colorado-based companies end up unloading their freight at a rail terminals in Salt Lake City and Los Angeles and handling distribution from there. U.S. Senator John Hickenlooper would like to see some of the money in the $1 trillion federal infrastructure bill used to help solve the problem by creating a stop for freight in Grand Junction.    A federal magistrate in Denver signaled more consequences for attorneys who jumped on board with former president Donald Trump's false election fraud allegations. The magistrate issued penalties against two Colorado attorneys who filed a class-action lawsuit alleging the 2020 election was stolen from Trump.  The magistrate said the attorneys had no legal or factual basis for what he called their highly inflammatory accusations in their now-dismissed suit. The judge ruled that the two attorneys who filed the lawsuit must pay the legal fees of the defendants.   Consumers and businesses across Colorado are grappling with shortages caused by supply chain disruptions all around the world. Everything from the lumber for a renovation, to computer chips for a new car's navigation system, to a flavor of tea at your local coffee shop seems to be out of stock these days. Rocky Mountain Salsa Company is looking for new glass jars, for a decent price on cream cheese for dips, and affordable gasoline for its delivery vans. Supply chain experts say labor shortages and pandemic restrictions could mean shortages for months to come.    For more information on all of these stories, visit our website, www.coloradosun.com. And don't forget to tune in again tomorrow for a special holiday episode. Now, a quick message from our editor.   The Colorado Sun is non-partisan and completely independent. We're always dedicated to telling the in-depth stories we need today more than ever. And The Sun is supported by readers and listeners like you.   Right now, you can head to ColoradoSun.com and become a member. Starting at $5 per month for a basic membership and if you bump it up to $20 per month, you'll get access to our exclusive politics and outdoors newsletters. Thanks for starting your morning with us and don't forget to tune in again tomorrow. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
S4E16: SPF Kel7yn Aco5ta

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 65:21


Alright, alright, alright Rapids fans! This week on Holding The High Line, Rabbi and Red mess with Texas. We discuss the USMNT and Kellyn Acosta wining the Gold Cup. The guys discuss Dom Badji's return and the inevitable departure of Sam Vines. We do Good Thing, Bad Thing, Big Thing to review the win at Austin. Then we look ahead to another barometer matchup against the high flying Sporting KC. Holding The High Line is an independent soccer podcast focused on the Colorado Rapids of MLS and a member of the Beautiful Game Network. If you like the show, please consider subscribing to us on your preferred podcatcher, giving us a review, and tell other Rapids fans about us. It helps a ton. Visit bgn.fm for a bunch of other great podcasts covering soccer in North America. We also have a newsletter. Visit our Substack page to read our content and sign up for our newsletter via email. Find us on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Blubrry, and many other podcatchers. See the full list of podcatchers with subscription links here. For full transcripts of every episode, check out our AudioBurst account. Our artwork was produced by CR54 Designs. Juanners does our music. We are brought to you by Ruffneck Scarves and Icarus FC. Ruffneckscarves.com is your one-stop-shop for official MLS, USL, and U.S. Soccer scarves as well as custom scarves for your group or team. Icarusfc.com is the place to go for high quality custom soccer kits for your youth or pub team. With an "any design you want, seriously" motto, they are breaking the mold of boring, expensive, template kits from the big brands. Have your team looking fly in 2020 like Andre Shinyashiki with bleached hair with custom scarves and kits from Ruffneck Scarves and Icarus FC. HTHL is on Patreon. If you like what we do and want to give us money, head on over to our page and become a Patreon Member. We have partnered up with the Denver Post to sustainably grow soccer journalism in Colorado. Listeners can get a three month trial of the Denver Post digital for 99¢/month. Go to denverpost.com/hthl to sign up. This will give you unlimited and full access to all of the Post's online content and will support local coverage of the Rapids. Each month after the trial is $11.99/month. There is a sports-content-only option for $6.99/month. Follow us on Twitter @rapids96podcast. You can also email the show at rapids96podcast@gmail.com. Follow our hosts individually on Twitter @LWOSMattPollardand @soccer_rabbi. Send us questions using the hashtag #AskHTHL.

First And Orange
Ep. 186 -- Thoughts on Javonte Williams, Jonathon Cooper, first couple padded practices

First And Orange

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 9:26


In this edition of the 1st & Orange podcast, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Ryan O'Halloran break down the Broncos' first couple padded practices of training camp. Plus, extended analysis on rookie running back Javonte Williams and rookie outside linebacker Jonathon Cooper, injury concerns and more.

Park Leaders Show
Visiting Every Colorado State Park

Park Leaders Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 32:06


Kyle Wagner, former Travel Editor for the Denver Post, joins the show to discuss her state and national park endeavors. A current freelance editor and writer, Kyle explains her heart for exploration and goal to visit every Colorado State Park. With a mission to visit every national park, Kyle hopes her followers can draw inspiration from her favorite landmarks and historic sites. Kyle also shares her top five Colorado state parks and some of the most embarrassing questions raised by her readers. Resources: Twitter: https://twitter.com/kylewagnerworld Connect: www.parkleaders.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/theparkleaders/  

On The Rox
Ep. 175 -- Breaking down the Rockies' moves (or lack thereof) at the trade deadline

On The Rox

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 12:48


In this edition of the On The Rox podcast, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Patrick Saunders break down the Rockies' moves -- or lack thereof -- at the 2021 MLB trade deadline. Why didn't the Rockies trade all-star shortstop Trevor Story? What's to make of the club's trade to get back right-handed prospect Case Williams? How should fans feel about the club's identity after the deadline? Those questions, and more, are addressed.

City Cast Denver
Spotlight on La Alma Lincoln Park's Chicano Community

City Cast Denver

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 15:17


Of Denver's 56 historic districts and 352 individual landmarks, less than 3% commemorate non-white contributions to the city's history. Tonight, Denver City Council could change that. They are set to vote on the creation of a historic cultural district in La Alma Lincoln Park, which would make it the first historic district in the country to honor the Chicano movement. Sitting outside the La Alma Rec Center, City Cast Denver host Bree Davies spoke with Ean Thomas Tafoya and Cathy and Desiree Prieto, community members who have strong roots in the neighborhood. They talk about the importance of La Alma Lincoln Park as not only a place where Chicano civil rights took hold, but where community pride is housed in the structures and city blocks they've called home.  For more on the push to designate La Alma Lincoln Park a historic cultural district, here's a write-up from Historic Denver.  City Cast Denver was proud to have published one of the final interviews with former Colorado governor Dick Lamm last Monday. His wife Dottie Lamm announced this past Friday that the former governor died of complications related to a pulmonary embolism on Thursday evening. He was 85 years old. We have included a short remembrance in this episode. For more on his life and career in politics, we recommend these articles from the Denver Post and Colorado Public Radio: Former Gov. Richard ‘Dick' Lamm, A Complex And Controversial Figure In Colorado Politics, Dies At 85 Former three-term Colorado Gov. Dick Lamm dies at 85 Subscribe to our weekday morning newsletter for more news from around Denver: https://denver.citycast.fm/newsletter/ And get the tweets @citycastdenver

The Daily Sun-Up
Colorado Sun Daily Sun-Up: Developers and neighbors in conflict over open spaces on the Front Range; Davis Waite, Colorado's populist governor

The Daily Sun-Up

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 13:27


Good Morning, Colorado, you're listening to the Daily Sun-Up with the Colorado Sun. It's Monday August 2nd.   Today - Across the state developers and neighbors are in conflict over some of the most precious open spaces left on Colorado's Front Range.    Before we begin, let's go back in time with some Colorado history adapted from historian Derek R Everett's book “Colorado Day by Day”:   Today we're going back to August 2nd, 1893, when Colorado's populist governor, Davis Waite, gave a fiery speech in Chicago employing his trademark line... “it is better, infinitely better, rather than our liberties should be destroyed by the tyranny which is oppressing humanity all over the world, that we should wade through seas of blood — yea, blood to the horses' bridles”.    Waite, himself, was a colorful Colorado character, a prospector for silver, the founder of the Aspen Union Era newspaper, and the only Colorado governor to ever hail from a third party.    Now, our feature story.    Colorado is fighting a battle over its open spaces, from the Park Hill golf course in Denver to a farm in Westminster to vacant space near Colorado State University in Fort Collins. Developers and neighbors are in conflict over some of the most precious unpaved spots left up and down Colorado's Front Range. Colorado Sun co-founder Jennifer Brown talks with reporter Michael Booth about the fight for development on revered open spaces.    To read our report on Front Range development, go to coloradosun.com.   Thanks for listening. Finally, here are a few stories you should know about today:   Wildlife advocates are petitioning federal officials to restore protections for gray wolves throughout the West after Idaho and Montana passed laws intended to drastically cut their numbers. Colorado voters decided last fall to reintroduce wolves to the state. But meanwhile in Montana and Idaho, lawmakers have passed new laws intended to kill hundreds more wolves each year. The environmental groups have sent their petition to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The agency is supposed to respond within 90 days.    A coroner in southern Colorado has not yet determined what caused the death of a spiritual leader whose mummified body was found decorated with Christmas lights and glitter. Saguache County Coroner Tom Perrin told The Denver Post he doesn't know when Amy Carlson's autopsy will be finished because he can't find a lab to test her body for heavy metals. Carlson was the leader of the group Love Has Won. The group used electrolysis to break down metals into solutions that its members sold online as health aids. Authorities want to know if Carlson had been ingesting those substances.   Residents of some of the most-vaccinated counties in Colorado are now being urged to resume wearing masks. At the same time, some of the least-vaccinated counties in Colorado are not. It's the latest surprising turn in the pandemic. The delta variant is accounting for 95% of new coronavirus cases in Colorado. About two-thirds of counties have case rates high enough to fall under the CDC's masking guidance. Those counties include 18 of the 20 most-vaccinated in the state. One reason is because the most-vaccinated counties are in many cases the most- populated counties, meaning the virus is more easily spread.    Governor Jared Polis is requiring state employees who are not vaccinated to take twice-weekly coronavirus tests and wear masks at the office. Polis called the decision a “middle road” approach that respects the concerns of those on both sides of the vaccination debate. It also aligns with rules for federal employees that President Joe Biden announced Thursday.   Former Colorado Governor Dick Lamm is being remembered as a leader who championed the environment and led voters to reject the 1976 Winter Olympics. Lamm died Thursday at the age of 85. The Democrat was first elected governor in 1974 at a time when Colorado leaned conservative. He held the office for 12 years. For more information on all of these stories, visit our website, www.coloradosun.com. Now, a quick message from our editor. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

First And Orange
Ep. 185 -- Defense forces multiple turnovers on Day 4 of training camp, plus O-line analysis

First And Orange

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2021 10:45


In this edition of the 1st & Orange podcast, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Ryan O'Halloran break down the fourth day of training camp as the defense stepped up with multiple turnovers in Dove Valley. Plus, the latest on the QB competition between Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater, how McTelvin Agim is making some noise on the defensive line, projecting the starters for the offensive line and more analysis.

Kreckman & Lindahl
Kreckman & Lindahl Hour Two 7/30/21

Kreckman & Lindahl

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2021 40:44


0:00 Mike Singer of The Denver Post joins K&L to discuss Nuggets' draft pick Nah'Shon "Bones" Hyland, what the Nuggets may accomplish in free agency, Jamal Murray's injury timeline, the future of Bol Bol, and more. 15:57 Go-to Mexican restaurants around Colorado. 21:02 The Rockies' lack of trades at the trade deadline. 32:49 More Rockies talk. Also, Gus Johnson and Aqib Talib will call select NFL games on FOX.

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
S4E15: RioT Hoodoo Reborn

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 84:30


Hello Colorado Rapids fans! This week on Holding The High Line, it's a MAK Attack! Rabbi and Red banter about the national teams at the Gold Cup and Olympics. We recap the encouraging win over FC Dallas and the PTSD-inducing loss in the Rocky Mountain Cup. The guys then break down all the details and implications of the Mark-Anthony Kaye trade with LAFC. Then we preview Saturday's game against Austin FC. Holding The High Line is an independent soccer podcast focused on the Colorado Rapids of MLS and a member of the Beautiful Game Network. If you like the show, please consider subscribing to us on your preferred podcatcher, giving us a review, and tell other Rapids fans about us. It helps a ton. Visit bgn.fm for a bunch of other great podcasts covering soccer in North America. We also have a newsletter. Visit our Substack page to read our content and sign up for our newsletter via email. Find us on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Blubrry, and many other podcatchers. See the full list of podcatchers with subscription links here. For full transcripts of every episode, check out our AudioBurst account. Our artwork was produced by CR54 Designs. Juanners does our music. We are brought to you by Ruffneck Scarves and Icarus FC. Ruffneckscarves.com is your one-stop-shop for official MLS, USL, and U.S. Soccer scarves as well as custom scarves for your group or team. Icarusfc.com is the place to go for high quality custom soccer kits for your youth or pub team. With an "any design you want, seriously" motto, they are breaking the mold of boring, expensive, template kits from the big brands. Have your team looking fly in 2020 like Andre Shinyashiki with bleached hair with custom scarves and kits from Ruffneck Scarves and Icarus FC. HTHL is on Patreon. If you like what we do and want to give us money, head on over to our page and become a Patreon Member. We have partnered up with the Denver Post to sustainably grow soccer journalism in Colorado. Listeners can get a three month trial of the Denver Post digital for 99¢/month. Go to denverpost.com/hthl to sign up. This will give you unlimited and full access to all of the Post's online content and will support local coverage of the Rapids. Each month after the trial is $11.99/month. There is a sports-content-only option for $6.99/month. Follow us on Twitter @rapids96podcast. You can also email the show at rapids96podcast@gmail.com. Follow our hosts individually on Twitter @LWOSMattPollardand @soccer_rabbi. Send us questions using the hashtag #AskHTHL.

City Cast Denver
To Be Black and Own a Gun in Denver

City Cast Denver

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2021 17:29


These are boom times for gun sellers in Colorado, with more gun purchases reported in 2020 than in 2000, 2001 and 2002 combined, according to the Denver Post. Look a little closer at those numbers, and the story gets a little more complicated, especially for Black people in Denver. City Cast Denver guest host donnie l. betts sits down with Alton Clark, the founder of 5280 Steel, a local gun club that saw its membership double in the past year. Then, he takes a tour of 1770 Armory and Gun Club, a new virtual firing range that opened in Five Points last September, with one of its founders, Shawn McWilliams. They discuss their personal relationships with guns, the taboo of gun ownership in the Black community, and what they think is driving the recent boom in gun sales.  To hear donnie's production of The Knock-Kneed Man: The Story of Crispus Attucks Freedom Fighter, click here.  Want to win $100? All you have to do is tell us what you think about City Cast Denver. Take our listener survey, and you'll be entered to win! https://denver.citycast.fm/survey/ Get the newsletter: https://denver.citycast.fm/newsletter/ Get the tweets: @CityCastDenver