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  • Today we take a mindful look into our possessions and how they may actually be possessing us.
  • On this week's show, Gavin Dahl interview James Pagliasotti, a longtime music critic at the Denver Post now writing and living in Oregon, about his book What it Was: Growing Up When the Music Mattered. Plus, Colorado Sun editor and co-founder Larry Ryckman shares his latest column, I’m a journalist and still an optimist, from Writers on the Range.
  • The US Forest Service has released a report into a planned burn that turned into New Mexico's largest-ever wildfire. Anger against the Forest Service is simmering among the thousands affected by the Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak fire. Dave Rosenthal of the Mountain West News Bureau reports.A group of Delta County students spoke at the School Board Meeting, describing discrimination and ill treatment. Kate Redmond brings that story.
  • In celebration of Pride month, an award winning film screens this weekend at the Paradise Theatre in Paonia.
  • Kate Redmond speaks with Dr. Bruce Lanser, pediatric allergist and immunologist at National Jewish Health in Denver, about food allergies, intolerances, and sensitivities and the difference between them in symptoms and treatments.
  • With about 82-thousand wild horses and burros on public lands, researchers are looking for options to address the overpopulation. A recent study examined how castration impacts behavior and herd growth. Emma Gibson of the Mountain West News Bureau will bring us that story. Then Kate Redmond interviews filmmaker Anton Dudly, writer, director and performer on his film The Dutches Carpathia Bouffray, Alternative FAQs. The film will enjoy its Colorado Premier at Paonia’s Paradise Theater this weekend. It was the Official Selection of Beyond the Curve International Film Festival in Paris, and named Finalist for Best Queer Narrative.
  • Potter Bill Wilson joins Gavin Dahl at Studio M to reflect on decades making art in Montrose and talk about his next chapter, moving to Manitou Springs to spend more time with his grandkids. Plus, 11 percent of Colorado kids live in poverty. Kaleb Roedel reports for the Mountain West News Bureau.
  • KVNF's weekly live call-in gardening show
  • There is a new program launching across the state, including here on the Western Slope, called the Colorado Healthcare Corps placing 100 Americorps service members at nonprofit health providers. Gavin Dahl speaks with Maria Fabula from the Community Resource Center, based in Denver. Plus, Kate Redmond has a short piece about the multi-generational Paonia Players who will be part of Cherry Days this summer.
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