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TALKIN' MUSIC
9:17 pm
Wed August 1, 2012

Talkin Music: Little Hurricane

The San Diego blues duo, Little Hurricane, talks with KVNF DJ, Stephanie Ogburn, at the Telluride Blues and Brews Festival.

Album Reviews
3:47 pm
Wed July 25, 2012

Sonny & The Sunsets // Longtime Companion

Released 7.31.12 Polyvinyl

Sonny Smith recorded a country album after a breakup...When our tummies settle from the chuckle that incites, two things become clear:

  1. The drive to use steel guitar in the midst of pain must be innate
  2. A twang suits Sonny pretty well.
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MUSIC
4:47 pm
Fri July 20, 2012

Bonnie “Prince" Billy // Now Here’s My Plan

Released 7.24.12  Drag City

If this is your introduction to Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, you are meeting a man part-genius, part-indulgent rambler. His score’s of albums under a variety of names (Palace Music, Palace Brothers, Palace, Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Bonnie Billy, Bonnie 'Blue' Billy, & Will Oldham) are expansive and lonely, romping and snide, and all together strangely harmonious

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Music
4:14 pm
Fri July 20, 2012

Kalen Nash // Ukred

Released 5.29.12  Normaltown Records

Ukred, is exactly as fresh and lamby as its newly-birthed label, Normaltown. An imprint label of New West Records (Dwight Yoakam, Steve Earle, Kristofferson). Normaltown, named for the artists district in it's home town, Athens, GA, was established to grow young talent without immediate expectations.

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Local Newscast
12:07 pm
Tue June 26, 2012

KVNF Local Newscast: Tuesday, June 26, 2012

  • Wildfire Updates, Including New Fire
  • Military Aircraft Join Wildfire Fight
  • Ouray County Cancels Flare Parade and Fireworks
  • Capitol Coverage Of Roan Plateau Ruling
  • New USS Colorado Takes To the Seas
  • Denver Police Officer Slain In Line Of Duty
  • Drought Impacts To Blue Mesa Mirror 2002
  • Region 10 Passes Out $1 Million
  • Colorado Senators Seek Drought Aid To Farmers
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iSeeChange
12:07 pm
Tue June 19, 2012

iSeeChange: Drought

Residents in Paonia look to Mount Lamborn every year to gauge whether there will be enough irrigation water in the summer. But with a winter that never came and the earliest, driest spring on record, residents are preparing for drought. Yet 2011 saw record snow and rain? iSeeChange has been talking to citizens and scientists about what's driving extreme weather in the Western Slope and what declining irrigation water means for farmers, ranchers, and residents.

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Local Newscast
12:07 pm
Wed June 13, 2012

KVNF Local Newscast: Wednesday, June 13, 2012

  •   High Park Fire Update (See Evacuation Information Below)
  • West Region Wildfire Council Receives Smokey Bear Award
  • Beetle Kill Trees, More Or Less Flammable?
  • Western Energy Alliance Condemns Proposed Fed Fracking Regs
  • Sand Hill Crane Hunt Off The Table For Now
  • Business Grants Available For Paradox Basin
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iSeeChange
12:07 pm
Sun May 20, 2012

iSeeChange: Grasshoppers

Credit Regna Jones

KVNF’s iSeeChange project wants to know, how is your garden growing this year? Paonia gardener Amy Hayutin has one answer.

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Delta County School District
1:45 pm
Tue March 6, 2012

Local Motion: Changes for Delta County School District

The Delta county school district is facing tough challenges this year: A budget shortfall, a controversial district-wide effort to design and implement a new curriculum, new standardized testing, and a search for a new superintendent. Delta county school board president, Tom Mingen, and Director of Curriculum, Connie Vincent, talk about these issues.


iSeeChange
11:07 am
Mon February 27, 2012

iSeeChange: A Climate Connection for Breakfast

What happens when a family of ranchers and coal miners sit down for breakfast with a climate scientist from NASA, to talk about global warming and drought? For iSeeChange and KVNF, Julia Kumari Drapkin found out.

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Album Reviews
2:30 pm
Sat February 25, 2012

Perfume Genius // Put Your Back N 2 It

Released 2.25.12 Matador

Another hauntingly soft and beautiful turn through the painful past of Mike Hadreas. This time the melodies aren't hung so gauntly on the notes of a singular piano, as with Learning, but fleshed out with a little more instrumentation and collaboration. Back deals with many of the same issues as Learning, but with a tinge of nourishment added to the pallor.

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ENTERTAINMENT
11:31 am
Tue October 11, 2011

Local Motion: Thea Deley

Paonia resident Thea Deley is debuting her one-woman show, “One Nation Divided Over God: One Woman’s Journey from Believer to Blasphemer” (now titled, "Jesus Loves You! (but hates me)" at the Paradise Theater in Paonia on October 14th. KVNF’s Ariana Brocious talked to Deley about the inspiration for the show, and her personal experiences with religion.

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