The Shine triplets bless Boulder with their magical potions, nutritious comfort food, and an online platform with resources to inspire wellness.
Join us as we discuss Roger's legacy, the current state of human affairs, and where humanity goes from here.
Linda Chavez discusses politics, her books, and the importance of finding common ground in the middle in a highly polarized political climate.
Retired Major League Baseball pitcher, Brad “Lights Out” Lidge shares his passion for digging in the dirt, whether in European archeology sites or at his farmette in Boulder, where he and his wife Lindsey grow fresh flowers and fruit for the community.
Jessica Benjamin of First Bite: Boulder Restaurant Week joins us in a conversation about using food to deepen the connection within our community, and how her cookbook "A Bite of Boulder" is bringing the flavors, stories, and love of our local eateries into our hearts and homes during a pandemic.
Aaron Perry tells of his formative years spent exploring the Colorado wilderness and explains “Y on Earth” the collective should embrace sustainable practices.
Model/Activist Carré Otis Sutton uses her celebrity platform to inspire and educate, and shares why she and her family love living in Boulder.
Helen Forster of eTown brings us behind the scenes of their legendary radio show and highlights some of the great eChievement award winners on her upcoming podcast.
Maestro Devin Patrick Hughes of Boulder Symphony shares his passionate advocacy for music accessibility, and how his love for our local Arts community keeps him rooted in Boulder.
Karen van Vuuren describes sustainable options provided by “The Natural Funeral” in Lafayette and how her non-profit “Natural Transitions” provides education and resources for holistic end of life care.