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Town Square, hosted and produced by Beth-Ann Kozlovich, is one of the oldest of Hawaii Public Radio's public affairs programs. Since its inception in 1999, Town Square has provided an interactive forum for political, social, educational and cultural issues of local, national and international importance. Often the conversation includes guests and participants from outside Hawaii, giving access to newsmakers and those yet to make news. Discussions are lively and almost always, civil.
 
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In this Indigenous Peoples’ Day conversation, Joe Barrera and George Autobee discuss the truth about Christopher Columbus and share heartfelt stories about serving in Vietnam and the physical and emotional combat wounds. George also tells Joe about his voter registration project, Pueblo politics and a battle between Chicanos and Italians. Joe Barre…
 
Walk, don’t run, to the virtual buffet of cultural activities happening during Arts Month in Colorado Springs. Andy Vick, executive director of the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region (COPPeR), shares some highlights and explains what Arts Month is all about. Andy invites us all to get off the couch and try something new and invigorating. LINK…
 
“Steady Rollin” Bob Margolin joins Amy and George Whitesell for a sneak preview of music and details about the music festival at Gold Hill Mesa on October 1, 2022. Margolin is a guitar player and singer who tours worldwide. He delivers original songs and the spirit of Chicago Blues that he learned onstage and in the studio with Muddy Waters from 19…
 
Leave your inhibitions at home and unleash your creativity at the What IF Festival in downtown Colorado Springs on Saturday, September 10. This free festival offers over 100 interactive experiences in engineering, science, technology, and the arts – for people of all ages. The festival’s Deborah Thornton, Curious Choreographer of Creativity, and Be…
 
Get to know Colorado Springs musician Ryan Flores, and hear him perform three original songs. Ryan sits down with Indy Editor-in-Chief Bryan Grossman in the studio at the Indy to chat – and perform a “tiny studio concert.” Learn how Ryan got his start in music, and what he is doing in terms of performing and recording. Ryan will be onstage July 27 …
 
Get to know Colorado Springs musicians Joe Johnson and Grant Sabin, and hear them perform three original songs. Joe and Grant sat down with Indy Editor-in-Chief Bryan Grossman in the new in-house studio at the Indy to chat – and perform a “tiny studio concert.” Their connection and respect for each other (“eternal and inevitable”) shines throughout…
 
Rocky Mountain Highway Music Collaborative Executive Director (and MeadowGrass director) Nicole Nicoletta sat down with Studio 809 Podcasts’ Dave Gardner at the MeadowGrass Music Festival to debrief on the festival and to share details of other live, local music events planned for the summer. Rocky Mountain Highway Music Collaborative EVENTS DISCUS…
 
The MeadowGrass Music Festival starts this Friday, May 27 and features live Americana Music under the sun and stars through Sunday. Festival Director Nicole Nicoletta updates us on all the attractions – the Faricy Boys KidZone, the VIP Experience, camping, great food, and more. The MeadowGrass Music Festival is a Memorial Day Weekend outdoor tradit…
 
Get to know Colorado Springs reggae band Harry Mo and the CRU, and hear them perform three original songs. Harry, Derek and Andy sit down with Indy Editor-in-Chief Bryan Grossman in the new in-house studio at the Indy to chat – and perform our very first “tiny studio concert.” Harry Mo and the CRU will be onstage May 25 to launch this summer’s free…
 
Colorado Springs Utilities’ new fiber network is sparking questions about transparency, bidding practices and the model chosen. The cover story of this week’s Indy digs deep into these questions. The reporters – Pam Zubeck and Greta Anderson – sat down with Editor-in-Chief Bryan Grossman to share details behind the story. LINK TO STORY: Gone Dark: …
 
Hear from superintendents of six local school districts in a panel discussion hosted by The Colorado Springs Business Journal. The leaders of area school districts share how they are navigating the lingering challenges of the COVID pandemic and balancing today’s heightened school board politics with the interests of students, among other topics. Th…
 
Live music under blue skies and bright stars on Memorial Day Weekend – get to know MeadowGrass Music Festival 2022. Music Director Steve Harris and Festival Director Nicole Nicoletta share the just-announced music lineup (hear some samples in this episode). Learn all about the MeadowGrass Music Festival – a Memorial Day Weekend outdoor tradition in…
 
A roundup of noteworthy local happenings from two former Colorado Springs city councilors who return to the studio after a 4-year break. Jan Martin and Jill Gaebler were the first Studio 809 podcasters, launching their CityTalk podcast in 2016. In this episode they catch us up on their passion projects, and more. Peak Town Square Producer Dave Gard…
 
What is the state of commercial real estate in the Pikes Peak Region today? Michael Suggs of NAI Highland shares a wealth of information with Colorado Springs Business Journal Managing Editor Helen Lewis in this Community Conversation held November 5, 2021. NAI Highland is a local commercial real estate company founded in 1984. Thank you to Intergy…
 
Everything you want to know about business and personal insurance. Michael Janzen of American Family Insurance shares a wealth of information with Colorado Springs Business Journal Publisher Amy Gillentine in this Community Conversation held October 29, 2021. Topics include how the pandemic-related supply chain challenges are impacting insurance ra…
 
Running a non-profit is not all heart and no head, as Teddy Rosendo says in this conversation about managing non-profits and philanthropy in today’s climate. The panelists offer their candid take on a variety of management issues in this Community Conversation hosted by the Colorado Springs Business Journal on October 22, 2021. Sponsor: Intergy Pri…
 
What do local medical experts have to say about safety and effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines, masking, mandates and especially hesitancy to get vaccinated? Southeast Express and KOAA convened this Coffee Connect panel to get some answers. This panel discussion took place on September 29, 2021. Moderators: Marcus Hill of Southeast Express Alasyn Zi…
 
How are area school districts addressing staffing and budget challenges, COVID protocols, politics, diversity and other divisive social issues? The Colorado Springs Business Journal convened this panel of superintendents, the people in charge of steering students to business and workplace success in the Pikes Peak Region. It’s a candid and hard-hit…
 
Get up to date on current employment laws and regulations in this July 30, 2021 Community Conversation. Leah Omar, co-owner of HR Branches, shares the latest on hiring and managing employees. Navigating employment regulations can be very challenging for small to medium size businesses. This informative session covers the Healthy Families and Workpl…
 
The economy is coming back – what does recovery look like now and what might it look like in the future? The Colorado Springs Business Journal hosted this discussion as part of its series of Community Conversations about managing your business during COVID. This conversation was recorded on July 23 and moderated by Helen Robinson, Managing Editor o…
 
Learn how communities of Southern Colorado can be, and are, working together to benefit the entire region. Every year, the Colorado Springs Business Journal gathers mayors from all over the Pikes Peak region to participate in this unique panel discussion. This year’s panel was held on July 22 at The Pinery at the Hill. The event was moderated by He…
 
How has health care philanthropy managed during the pandemic, and how does it fit into the local business scene? Josh Bailey, Vice President of Philanthropy at Centura Health, and head of the Penrose-St. Francis Health Foundation shares information and perspective about health care philanthropy. This is a recording of a live Community Conversation …
 
A short chat with June Waller, local community activist & League of Women Voters member, about what is going on and how you can get more involved in our community and the League. Links: League of Women Voters of the Pikes Peak Region Urbanites Leading the Pikes Peak Region Hillside Advisory Team (HAT) – Instagram This is one of a series of Peak Tow…
 
Get the latest League of Women Voters news, and learn about some exciting upcoming podcast episodes. Plus, host Shelly Roehrs shares the news that the Making Democracy Work series – until now part of the Peak Town Square podcast – will become its own weekly podcast in July. The League of Women Voters of the Pikes Peak Region is stepping up to make …
 
This year’s Juneteenth celebration in Colorado Springs promises to be bigger and better. League of Women Voters of the Pikes Peak Region’s Shelly Roehrs gets the details from organizer Jennifer Smith on this three-day festival, happening June 18-20, at America the Beautiful Park. Jennifer is also co-founder of OneBody ENT. LINKS: Juneteenth Festiva…
 
What you need to know about the Payroll Protection Plan, and the latest banking regulations – for large and small businesses. This panel conversation includes Tom Ashley with ANB Bank, Yvonne Wilder and Wendy Droke with KeyBank, and Ted Mentry with 5Star Bank. This is a recording of a live Community Conversation held on May 7, moderated by Amy Gill…
 
How do you stay top of mind for your clients, and how can you impact and increase sales as the pandemic ends? This panel conversation includes Anthony Hyatt from Magneti, Susana Keiland from Colorado Publishing House and Laura Schnarr from Neon Pig Creative. This is a recording of a live Community Conversation held on April 30, moderated by Bryan G…
 
Learn how to prepare for retirement: options for saving, investing and how to choose a retirement living facility for yourself or for your family member. We hear from Ben Harvey of Northwestern Mutual of Colorado Springs, Kristen Curran-Brookham of MBK Senior Living, and Aimee Cooper of Aspen Trail Retirement. This is a recording of a live Communit…
 
What needs to change to make our city center safe and healthy for all? The upheavals of 2020 highlighted long-standing inequities in how public space serves public health. Dr. Keshia Pollack Porter’s research focuses on tactics to center equity and public health in how we address public spaces, promoting safe and healthy environments where people l…
 
Community revitalization can mean many things. On the eve of Colorado Springs’ sesquicentennial, what does our city need to thrive in the next 150 years? We hear from Dan Carmody, president of Detroit Eastern Market Partnership. Dan led the renaissance of Detroit’s Eastern Market as a hub for healthy food and local jobs, eventually expanding a whol…
 
Citizens Project, The League of Women Voters of the Pikes Peak Region, the Colorado Springs Independent and the Pikes Peak Library District teamed with FOX21 News to host City Council candidate forums for each available district seat in Colorado Springs for the April 2021 city election. Scott Kilbury of FOX21News moderated this forum for District 5…
 
Citizens Project, The League of Women Voters of the Pikes Peak Region, the Colorado Springs Independent and the Pikes Peak Library District teamed with FOX21 News to host City Council candidate forums for each available district seat in Colorado Springs for the April 2021 city election. Scott Kilbury of FOX21News moderated this forum for District 4…
 
Citizens Project, The League of Women Voters of the Pikes Peak Region, the Colorado Springs Independent and the Pikes Peak Library District teamed with FOX21 News to host City Council candidate forums for each available district seat in Colorado Springs for the April 2021 city election. Scott Kilbury of FOX21News moderated this forum for District 3…
 
Citizens Project, The League of Women Voters of the Pikes Peak Region, the Colorado Springs Independent and the Pikes Peak Library District teamed with FOX21 News to host City Council candidate forums for each available district seat in Colorado Springs for the April 2021 city election. Taylor Bishop of FOX21News moderated this forum for District 2…
 
Citizens Project, The League of Women Voters of the Pikes Peak Region, the Colorado Springs Independent and the Pikes Peak Library District teamed with FOX21 News to host City Council candidate forums for each available district seat in Colorado Springs for the April 2021 city election. Taylor Bishop of FOX21News moderated this forum for District 1…
 
How do we ensure the benefits of active multimodal transit are accessible to ALL citizens? It’s key to economic and public health for growing cities. Tamika L. Butler is a national expert on issues related to the built environment, equity, anti-racism, diversity and inclusion, and change management. Recently, Tamika was Toole Design’s Director of P…
 
Learn how you can keep your business safe as scams, phishing attacks and other cyber crime grows more sophisticated. The Colorado Springs Business Journal convened a panel of experts to share their advice: Mike Crandall with Digital Beachhead Blake Schwank with Colorado Computer Support Rodney Gullatte with Firma IT and Services Key West This sessi…
 
What challenges face the local restaurant business – both before and during COVID? What are restaurants doing to stay safe during the pandemic? How do they operate with thin margins at a time when they can’t be at full capacity? The Colorado Springs Business Journal hosted this conversation with five restaurateurs: Brother Luck of Four by Brother L…
 
What is an employer’s role in raising young people out of poverty? Bitwise Industries and its associated entities have built an equitable, sustainable talent pipeline for Fresno’s technology sector through training, education and a long-term commitment to local under-resourced communities. This, in turn, has sparked a renaissance for Downtown Fresn…
 
While Milax is away tackling real-life stuff, Chris Coyier (Quivet), Erik (Macillus), and GM Quilic got together to talk about the event of the half-year: Duskruin! And despite Chris's claim to the contrary, Milax wholeheartedly approves of this effort. Support TSC on Patreon. (Some people still want to do this, so I'll leave this link here.)…
 
How can we best address the challenge of reducing the number of people in the Pikes Peak Region who are homeless? Two local experts join the Colorado Springs Business Journal’s Publisher and Executive Editor Amy Gillentine for this community conversation. Beth Roalstad, executive director of Homeward Pikes Peak, and Evan Caster, manager of homeless…
 
Local in-home health care executive Kathy Miller of Gentle Shepherd Home Care discusses running a senior home care business in these times of COVID. This is the second in a series of community conversations about managing the long-term impacts of COVID-19 on your business. The series is hosted by the Colorado Springs Business Journal. This conversa…
 
Celebrating 101 years (LWVUS) with Dr. Carolyn Jefferson-Jenkins Dr. Carolyn Jefferson-Jenkins is the first African American woman to serve as President of the League of Women Voters, where she focused on increasing voter participation, campaign finance reform, and health care for underserved populations. Jefferson-Jenkins continues to be an advoca…
 
Local experts discuss the real estate market, COVID and where the top is on Colorado Springs’ rising home prices. This is the first in a series of community conversations about managing the long-term impacts of COVID-19 on your business. The series is hosted by the Colorado Springs Business Journal. This conversation was recorded on January 6, 2021…
 
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