Sugar's Picks March 30, 2015
12:00 pm
Sun March 29, 2015

Sugar's Picks March 30, 2015

Beth Hart / Better Than Home / ProVogue

Take A Look At Our Current Favorites At KVNF & Click Below To Check Out The New Music For The Week of March, 30, 2015

1. Beth Hart / Better Than Home / ProVogue: The LA artist manages Blues/Soul/Jazz/R&B fusion and she handles the Piano, Guitar, Bass, Cello & Percussion too!

Omari Banks / Move On / Keynote: The Anguillan Cricketer has turned his focus to his music and the Reggae/Island vibe is equally skilled and entertaining.

New Releases For The Week Of March 30, 2015

Artist Title Genre
Ron Sexsmith Carousel One Rock Folk
Waterboys Modern Blues Rock
Melodians Irie Feeling Reggae
Omari Banks Move On Reggae
Sneaky Pete & Secret Weapons Breakfast Funk Rock
Kira Hooks Elephant Heart Soul Jazz
Tomislav Goluban Blow Junkie Blues Rock
Pokey LaFarge Something In The Water Blues Country Old Time
Beth Hart Better Than Home Blues Rock
King Mono Bump in the Night
Artist Title Genre
Ron Sexsmith Carousel One Rock Folk
Waterboys Modern Blues Rock
Melodians Irie Feeling Reggae
Omari Banks Move On Reggae
Sneaky Pete & Secret Weapons Breakfast Funk Rock
Kira Hooks Elephant Heart Soul Jazz
Tomislav Goluban Blow Junkie Blues Rock
Pokey LaFarge Something In The Water Blues Country Old Time
Beth Hart Better Than Home Blues Rock
King Mono Bump in the Night
NEWS
8:12 am
Fri March 27, 2015

KVNF Regional Newscast: Friday, March 27, 2015

Newscast

  • Bullying addressed in schools through Shakespeare
  • Police reforms making their way through Colorado congress
  • Colorado Parks and Wildlife wrapping up comment period
  • Large marijuana trafficking operation shut down in Denver

WESTERN SLOPE SKIES
7:00 am
Fri March 27, 2015

Western Slope Skies - Lunar Eclipse at Dawn

If you rise early on Saturday, April 4 you will be treated to an unusual event:  the third of four total lunar eclipses occurring within a period of just two years.  This has been called a lunar eclipse tetrad. 

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ARTS
5:59 pm
Thu March 26, 2015

Using Shakespeare To Combat Bullying In Colorado Schools

Actors Sarah Adler, left, Ben Griffin, center, and Bethany Talley perform "Twelfth Night" at Paonia Elementary School.
Credit Laura Palmisano / KVNF

Bullying is still an ongoing issue and telling kids to be nice to each other isn't always enough. That's why educators are getting creative.

In Colorado, some schools are using Shakespeare to get kids talking about violence and bullying and what they can do to prevent. 

More than 120 students are sitting on the gymnasium floor of Paonia Elementary. 

These third through sixth graders are here to see a play. 

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MUSIC
1:19 pm
Thu March 26, 2015

KVNF Field Sessions: Zach Deputy

Zach Deputy gets ready for his performance for KVNF Field Sessions
Credit Lea Petmezas

One of the pre-eminent practitioners of 'live-looping', Zach Deputy’s one-man show weaves a tapestry of instrumentation and voices in an ever-evolving, improvised arrangement that is ultimately based on a composition but allowed to breathe with the audience.

Zach Deputy’s show transforms clubs and open fields alike into sweaty dance parties for fans of R&B, soul, jam, Caribbean music and electronica.

Zach performed at Avalanche Dairy outside Paonia, Colorado for an adoring audience of goats.

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NEWS
8:11 am
Thu March 26, 2015

KVNF Regional Newscast: Thursday, March 26, 2014

  Newscast

  • Investigation develops in case of Kelly Meyers
  • Telluride receives letter from ACLU over ordinance
  • Missing man from Fruita found dead in Utah
  • Storms bring some moisture, not much more expected
  • School testing bill in limbo in Denver
NEWS
11:13 am
Wed March 25, 2015

Program Trains Soldiers For Careers In Solar

LCpl. Aponte, front, and Sgt. McConnell move a solar module.
Credit Solar Energy International

The U.S. Department of Energy is piloting a program that trains military personnel for careers in the solar industry. The Reach for the Sun course is designed for people exiting the service and returning to civilian life. Paonia-based Solar Energy International is leading two of the three pilot programs including one at Fort Carson in Colorado Springs. KVNF’s Laura Palmisano speaks to Kathy Swartz, the executive director of SEI, an educational nonprofit, about the project.

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LOCAL MOTION
11:10 am
Wed March 25, 2015

Local Motion: Judy and Claudia

 Judy Livingston and Claudia King are best friends with deep roots in the North Fork Valley. They've lived in Paonia their whole lives and met in school over 70 years ago. As part of the Local Motion episode on community roots, Ali Lightfoot spoke to them about their lifelong friendship and how Paonia has changed over the years.

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