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    Youth DJs take over KDNK airwaves

    By Parker Wilson and Charlie Hippensteel

    For the Glenwood Springs High School Brimstone

    If you’re ever listening to the radio in the car, keep an ear out for the KDNK AZYEP kids!

    Based out of KDNK Community Access Radio inread more →

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    It's all of us – 50 years of fair

    Amy Kimberly, Carbondale Arts (CA) executive director and Mountain Fair director, shared that the first-ever gallery exhibition of the history of Mountain Fair, currently on display in The Launchpad’s R2 Gallery, “has been years in the planning.”

    Kimberly explained many of the items in the exhibitionread more →

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    Golden moments make history

    By James Steindler

    The Carbondale Mountain Fair would not be the same without KDNK; in fact, it’s how some folks tune in for the fair each year — even before virtual attendance was in style. For the 50th anniversary, fair gurus conferred and decided to mash up some… read more →

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    Hoogenboom crowned Mr. Roaring Fork 2021!

    Photos by Mark Burrows

    KDNK’s most rambunctious fundraiser returned on Saturday, June 5, with five contestants vying for the coveted title of Mr. Roaring Fork!

    Bedecked in bright, Carbondale-biker-gang colors, Krishna Thapa demonstrates his superior bike handling skills.

    Judge Rebecca Binion never stopped laughing that day.…

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    Scuttlebutt / Calendar - May 27, 2021

    Radio news

    Aspen Public Radio has hired Breeze Richardson as the station’s next executive director. Richardson recently worked as director of marketing and communications at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City, Missouri. Meanwhile, Colorado Public Radio’s Indie 102.3 will now broadcast in Carbondaleread more →

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    Carbondale Report: Simplicity and consistency

    Carbondale Trustees convened their regular meeting on March 23. Trustee Ben Bohmfalk led the meeting with Mayor Dan Richardson tending to a family emergency. All other trustees were in attendance.
    Consent agenda was approved. This included accounts payable totaling $261,672. Items of particular expense include $26,999 for a utilities… read more →

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    The Happening

    Photos and text by Sue Rollyson

    Being a photographer, I attempt to use images, rather than words, to capture my experiences. However, I was so impressed by the immersive experience of the HeART Walk/Light the Night with Love event, that I feel compelled to add to my images. If you… read more →

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    Love, light and heart: Carbondale-style

    On Valentine’s Day weekend, Feb. 13 and 14, the American Heart Association and Carbondale Creative District host Light the Night with Love. The “illuminated HeArt walk” takes place on a one-half mile stretch of the Rio Grande Trail, from DeRail Park (the ARTway arch) to the Latinx Folk Art Garden… read more →

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    Our Town - Meet Ed Holub, our bona fide Deadhead

    Q: Where did you grow up?
    A: In New Jersey. I lived in Newark for 13 years and then moved to a place called Cranford. My parents were both Polish immigrants. My dad was taken to Siberia during World War II, and my mom was run out of her… read more →

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    “This I Remember” tapes return to Carbondale

    An elusive collection of cassette tapes containing historical interviews of Carbondale’s early residents and conducted by the late Mary Ferguson for her KDNK show “This I Remember” has landed in the care of the Carbondale Historical Society. 

    The tapes have been highly sought after for several years because they… read more →