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"cu boulder" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:09 min | 4 months ago

"cu boulder" Discussed on KGO 810

"Agency LLC, California Insurance license number zero and 14013. Hello, everybody. Chip Franklin. So take Karen. Val Heather on And you know it's interesting too. And Kim Kim McAllister here today, Right, guys? Yeah. And you know the thing about this. Where we're headed is that there is something that they were gonna talk about this in the four o'clock hour about what the Republicans are doing trying to keep minorities from voting. It's called voter Suppression. I just Fantastic article in today's post By Jennifer Rubin. She'll join us and also Molly Roberts from the Postal join us, too. So about this attacking transgenders for right Now there's some breaking news coming out of Boulder, Colorado and an active shooter situation and This do we have is this This is not a school, which is good right? Dallas, But it's It's some kind of store King Soopers, which is the Kroger Brandy in Colorado Big grocery store chain in Colorado. If you don't shove it safe way you shop it King Soopers, and they're all over the place. But this one where this is unfolding right now is on the southern end of Boulder, south of the University of Colorado. On and there's very disturbing live stream video that came out of somebody who was streaming as they were walking into the store as this was unfolding a witness And it's pretty shocking that there are on again. This is owned verified video. It appears to be from this incident. I what seemed to be a body but a person down out in the parking lot where you would drive in another in the entryway right outside, and then when the sliding glass doors opened up Another person down on the inside. And then you could hear what sounded like rifle fire. And then the person behind the camera saying a number of expletives and I got to get out of here and telling people get out. Get out and you can hear more rifle fire, so we don't know. What else was going on? How many more people maybe down inside of that store, But police very quickly moved in. Boulder is only maybe 40 45 minutes away from Littleton, where Columbine happened, and They learned a lot of lessons in Colorado after Columbine of you don't wait that you go in, and that's what they did today. Immediately. The first responding officers put on helmets that they had in there. The back of their patrol cars and they went in and there was an armored vehicle. They're almost immediately and they punctured through the front of the storage is ramming through the front of the store and getting into to put an end to this shooter. And even though they're still clearing everything, it appears that a man that they brought out maybe 20 minutes half an hour ago. Bloodied leg, no shirt, no pants on a day that there's snow on the ground and Over thirties that no shoes on in handcuffs protected by police with long guns seemed like that. That maybe their suspect, but they're not confirming that yet, and Boulder police saying Still very, very active situation on you know, it's it's funny because you know Denver, of course, just to the to the east of Denver. Like 10. Miles is Aurora. Were that shooting in that theater? Remember? On Ben Littleton was the 98 believe was, you know, the 99 99 Columbine and then up now, today, Boulder, which is about 20 miles to the north of Denver. You know, it's funny, too, because in Denver is a you know, is a metropolitan area like, you know, Ah, lot of places, but you don't have to go outside of Denver to get into the boonies. Quick, right? And and it makes me wonder if if that makes it sort of a mecca for you know again. There's a lot of guns around Denver because a lot of people hunt and a lot of people live. You know, you don't feel like I said, you have to go far to be really off the grid. I have some friends that live up in New York town called Ward, which is not far about 10 miles to the west of Boulder. And these were getting these really small towns. I mean, there's like Yeah, you know, I mean, you're 30 minutes from Denver, but you know your but you get out in the more remote areas. Yeah, I went to school in Boulder. I went to the University of Colorado. That's my college and then worked in Denver for about five years. And you know, back then, in 99 to 2004 was It was very conservative everywhere but bolder. And now you've got a A different element in that general Denver area has become very liberal look at the Democrat assed governor and the marijuana laws and everything else. But you still have the elements. And who knows what this is going to end up being. But you still have the you know the gun element that that was there when it was much more conservative in these more remote areas, this case we don't know in in the case of the Aurora shooting. You know, that was a very disturbed individual in Columbine. We know that Harris and Klebold were they had their issues is as high schoolers feeling like they had been bullied in all of these are very different in this one. We don't know if that was a suspect, who they brought out seemed like I don't know. Mid forties early forties guy had he was bald with a beard. And we know the initial suspect description was a bearded man. So it seems to occasion right? Yeah. Yeah, Location was the early description, which That has been the description of the shooters in Colorado. Through all of these. There was another one in Arapahoe High school couple of years ago where I believe one or two students were killed. And it was a very active scene when the shooter went into to that high school down on the southern end of Denver, so I mean, they dealt with a lot of these. It is one afternoon. There was another one in Colorado Springs few years ago at Planned Parenthood. Means just one after another. And I've flown into Colorado numerous times to cover active shooters, and it seems like it's always Colorado. So you remember. Comedy works, right? The common club. Yeah, I worked there. Probably Honor 30 35 Year long time ago in the mid eighties, maybe and there was a guy in the front row. With rifle. They let him bring their guns into a comedy club. Yeah, I mean, he's changed now in Colorado because you know you obviously times have changed, but also because it has become that much more. Democrat Ron and you don't see a lot of that. You don't.

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"cu boulder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:43 min | 5 months ago

"cu boulder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Line from NPR News on Korver Coleman. Jury selection is set to start today in the Minnesota trial of the White former police officer charged with killing George Floyd. The Black man died last year in Minneapolis Police custody. NPR's Leyla follow reports, The first task is to impanel an impartial jury in the case that reignited the racial justice movement. It was a video seen around the world. Eric show Vin with his knee, pinning George Floyd's next to the ground for more than eight minutes. Shoving is charged with second degree murder and second degree manslaughter. He may also face a third degree murder charge after a decision by a Minnesota Court of Appeals last week, which could delay the start of jury selection. Major difficulty ahead will be finding jurors that don't already have strong opinions. The video of Floyd's killing led to a movement that's being compared to the civil rights era of the 19 sixties and show this trial will be held in the city where that started. They love folded. NPR NEWS, Minneapolis This is International Women's day. President Biden is expected to sign two executive orders intended to promote gender equity in the U. S. And Globally. One order sets up a White House Gender Policy council. The other aims at an Education Department ruling. It appears intended to reverse a policy that grants more rights to those accused of sexual harassment or assault. Your governor, Andrew Cuomo was again rejecting calls to resign. NPR's Joel Rose reports new sexual harassment allegations against Cuomo have surfaced. New York Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart cousins joined the list of state lawmakers calling for Cuomo to resign after two more women came forward this weekend, alleging inappropriate behavior by the governor. But a defiant Cuomo pushed back against the latest allegations and said he is not leaving his job voluntarily. There is no way I resigned. I'm not going to be distracted by this either. We have to get a budget done in three weeks. We have a lot of work to do. Cuomo says he's focused on overseeing the state budget and its response to the Corona virus pandemic and will continue to do his job while the state's attorney general leads an independent investigation into the allegations against him. All rose. NPR news officials in Colorado say they will pursue criminal charges after a massive party on Saturday. It was near the University of Colorado in Boulder. This involved hundreds of people, it turned into a violent confrontation with police. Harley Hucles of member station Kunc reports that at least three police officers have been heard A car was overturned. A fire truck damaged bricks were thrown at first responders and police unleashed tear gas on a crowd of students who claimed to be partying near the University of Colorado Boulder. The Boulder Police Department is investigating every lead to identify and arrest those accountable for what chief Maris Harold called reprehensible and unacceptable behavior. Carly Hucles prepared that report. This is NPR. And this is morning edition on W. N. Y c. New York It's 604 Good morning on Michael Hill 27 degrees more about what you've been hearing members of the public remain divided on the issue of sexual misconduct allegations against Governor Cuomo. 72 year old Pamela Robinson of Staten Island says he should not resign, she says Donald Trump became president after bragging about assaulting women. If you can elect us the most fastest man All of his nasty attitude, Hatred, cynicism. You can leave Korma alone. He is my governor. 29 year old Mary Bennett from Bed Stuy. Brooklyn, says If the allegations against Cuomo are true, she cannot accept a double standard of behavior from Cuomo after he was so critical of Trump Yeah, he should probably resign. I would think that it would be like the right thing to do if he's like having so many opinions about our former president. Quinnipiac University poll last week found a majority of New Yorkers don't want Cuomo to resign but also don't want to him to run for governor again. As soon as tomorrow. The House of Representatives plans to pass the latest covert stimulus package that the Senate approved over the weekend. City Pereira of Gotham is has more on what it means for New York. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says the American rescue plan includes roughly $100 billion for New York and direct aid to local governments, individuals and other agencies. Those who make less than $75,000 a year We'll get a $1400 check in what is the third stimulus payment during the pandemic? Ah weekly $300 jobless payment will be extended to September 6, avoiding another benefits cliff that would have impacted an estimated 1.4.

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"cu boulder" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"cu boulder" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"I'm Mary course. Eddie Fox News. With all Democrats voting in favor of the bill and Republicans voting against it. The Senate has passed a $1.9 trillion stimulus package for covert 19 relief know some of the money doesn't even go to covert relief projects, not for months. But for years, Senator Tom Cotton from Arkansas, upset that prisoners are eligible for those $1400 direct payments. Tweeting that joke RCR, Nev. The Boston bomber, he said he murdered three people and terrorized the city. He'll be getting 14. $100 stimulus check As part of the Democrats covert relief bill, the Senate did get rid of two pork projects that would have pumped millions into the Bay Area transit system in San Francisco. There's now no money for construction of a bridge between upstate New York in Canada. That's Fox's David spot reporting. Meanwhile, more than two dozen House Republicans on Friday urged President Biden to reinstate a national emergency declaration for the southern border as a surge of migrants are trying to cross into the U. S. Republicans say these surgeon border crossings is all tied to President Biden's decision to roll back some of Those trump era border policies. The White House insists that this is not a crisis and that they're able to handle the situation more humanely. On Saturday, 14 Biden advisors, including the Homeland Security Secretary, Alejandro My Orkest, led a delegation down to the border. We also saw the president's domestic policy adviser, Susan Rice, and his deputy national security advisor make the trip. The White House says advisers met with local border officials to discuss their needs for holding migrant families. They also reportedly received a briefing on border infrastructure that sponsors Mark MEREDITH. Meanwhile, authorities say they will seek criminal charges against the people involved in a massive party near the University of Colorado in Boulder that developed into a violent confrontation with police this weekend. City police say up to 800 people flooded the streets in an area known as the Hill on Saturday night, and when told to leave, they threw bottles, rocks and other objects that left three officers with minor injuries. Police resorted to using tear gas to break up the crowd. America is listening to Fox News..

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Officers injured responding to massive party at CU Boulder

NPR News Now

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Officers injured responding to massive party at CU Boulder

"Events for mass aren't worn or social. Distancing isn't observed. Cropping up carly huddles from member station k. u. n. c. reports on a party in colorado. That quickly turned into a riot when boulder police tried to disperse a predominantly maskless crowd at a popular spot near cu boulder. A car was overturned. a fire. truck was damaged. Bricks were thrown at first responders and police unleashed tear gas on the crowd. Many maskless student parties in boulder have gotten broken up over the past year. To enforce corona virus public health directives. The boulder police department will be identifying individuals involved in damaging property and assaulting first responders. Cu boulder says students found responsible for acts of violence will be

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"cu boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:43 min | 5 months ago

"cu boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Lady's radio time is 3 30 on Tom must in Texas Governor Greg Abbott made headlines last week when he announced he was doing away with the state's mask mandate. The move prompted an outcry from infectious disease experts and Sylvester Turner, the mayor of Houston, the largest city in the Lone Star state. Keep your mask on. OK, engage in the social distance in the proper island things that you've heard of the things that still need to take place. Charter says visitors to Houston should come, master or shouldn't come it all. Ah, large party. It's see you last night turned into a riot. Three police officers were hurt. Boulder police Chief Maris Harold says the people responsible We'll be caught. But believe me, we have excellent body. One camera video, the community of sending this video. There will be arrest. There's no word yet on what sparked the riot. Those officers are expected to be okay. Our next news updates at two o'clock I'm Tom Mustard on K Away News Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM. When you're ready to buy a new home and want a mortgage lender who can help you plan with certainty Rocket can get personalized loan options, closing costs and tax estimates. All in real time rocket can Rocket mortgage. Don't miss the number one fiction podcast in the country. Tomorrow's monsters storing Golden Globe nominee John Boyega and Emmy winner Darren Criss a mysterious hero and Phil Trades a Shadow Inc bent on changing human biology forever. While the repercussions when we give corporations direct access to our brains at what point are we no longer just consumers. At what point do we become their product?.

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Officers injured responding to massive party at CU Boulder

KOA Programming

00:22 sec | 5 months ago

Officers injured responding to massive party at CU Boulder

"Large party. It's see you last night turned into a riot. Three police officers were hurt. Boulder police Chief Maris Harold says the people responsible We'll be caught. But believe me, we have excellent body. One camera video, the community of sending this video. There will be arrest. There's no word yet on what sparked the riot. Those officers are expected to be

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Real estate disruptors got disrupted by COVID-19

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:00 min | 1 year ago

Real estate disruptors got disrupted by COVID-19

"In a growing number of cities. If you want to sell your house you can get an instant offer from tech enabled companies known as either buyers. If you accept the company may fix up the house a bitch then turn around and sell it within a few months at a tidy profit amidst the pandemic the four biggest I- buyers open doors Zillow offerpad redfin. All temporarily stopped buying houses and March in some cases backing out of deals and laying off staff but now buyers are starting to come back. Mike del Preti has been following this corner of the market. He's a scholar in residence at the Leeds. School of business at the University of Colorado Boulder. Fundamentally I bein. Transfers the risk of selling ones home from the homeowner to the I. Buyer and and somebody needs to pay for that and that's typically the fee that an eye buyer charges of before the pandemic the average fee buyer would charge around seven percent but now the question is are consumers willing to pay ten to twelve percent for the ability to sell their home in this in this environment. I think that's that's one of the big questions that they're going to look. Some housing analysts are expecting home prices to fall this year. What does that mean for this model? If these companies can't buy a house and turn around and sell it at a profit typically an IBM will hold a home for about ninety days So I think the loss of depreciation relatively small but it just goes to the question of fees. If they're going to lose money on that they have to make money somewhere. It's just going to be there. Have to charge higher fees. Do you see all the buyers surviving. I think the IB model will survive. I'm not quite sure of all of the I. Buyers will there's only a very small number of of serious buyers out there zillow offerpad they're not little scrappy. Startups that You don't have a lot of capital these are all very you know. There's a very small number of dig. Well capitalized companies here. So I think you know. They have the runway to To get through this. It's just what the future holds. And that's that's a bit uncertain at this point. How is the pandemic changed? The way they actually do business in terms of buying and selling which has been made harder by social distancing requirements the social distance requirements is. Actually this unintended advantage of the I. Model they can enable consumers to transact the house without interacting with somebody else if you want to buy a home from an eye buyer because they own those homes empty you can go visit them. You can tour it on your own. You don't even have to go with a real estate agent that's an activity that only I- buyers can facilitate just by the nature of their model. So the new programs the ivars rolling out there all about doubling down on that unique competitive advantage they have compared to anybody else in the market when you and I have talked before I think we've both been surprised how much people are willing to pay or give up in terms of profit on their home for convenience and for the certainty of making a sale. How do you think that equation changes in a down economy? I think that the appeal is still there. And if you need to move and you're in kind of a cool market where you don't know how long it's GonNa take to sell your home. The appeal of going to an eye buyer is quite strong and I think folks would be willing to pay for that if that he gets up there too high. It does feel a little bit anti-consumer so that's the billion dollar question. Is What will consumers be willing to pay for that convenience uncertainty in a post on quarrel? Mike del Preti is a scholar in residence at Cu Boulder last year. I- buyers accounted for just one percent of overall home sales according to Red Fin. But del Pretty points out. It's not really a national market yet. The model works best in cities like Phoenix. Las Vegas Charlotte. We're houses or affordable and pretty similar making it easier to price them with an Algorithm Raleigh North Carolina was the top market with. Ibm's making up about eight percent of sales

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"cu boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"cu boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Colorado's biggest university is dealing with security issues related to virtual classrooms well they're like so many other workplaces transitioned online two zero one but in the first few days they learned a very important lesson in security people who did it may sound it was a joke this video sent to the problem solvers captures sea you boulder strani professor Nick Schneider's recent lecture this is actually a cyber crime and probably a hate crime he's addressing a disruption in online class you heard there racism misogyny anti semitism any it was awful awful part is it was caused by a student in the class student in the class did a post on reddit saying everybody can come raid the disruption of opportunity Greg stealth for work could see Wilder's office of information technology I think a lot of us came into this number really thinking about the security concerns down for says teachers and students are now taking advantage of some security measures that we can all access on zoom out starting with protecting your meeting ID and taking advantage of the password option that's first and foremost is to make sure that you're not sharing this with people that you don't want to to have it really control people sharing that you're right they could go on and share that with other people but there are some other things and you can do as well with the latest zoom updates down first as a number of security measures are only accessible with this one button

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Zoom intruders disrupt CU Boulder classes

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Zoom intruders disrupt CU Boulder classes

"Colorado's biggest university is dealing with security issues related to virtual classrooms well they're like so many other workplaces transitioned online two zero one but in the first few days they learned a very important lesson in security people who did it may sound it was a joke this video sent to the problem solvers captures sea you boulder strani professor Nick Schneider's recent lecture this is actually a cyber crime and probably a hate crime he's addressing a disruption in online class you heard there racism misogyny anti semitism any it was awful awful part is it was caused by a student in the class student in the class did a post on reddit saying everybody can come raid the disruption of opportunity Greg stealth for work could see Wilder's office of information technology I think a lot of us came into this number really thinking about the security concerns down for says teachers and students are now taking advantage of some security measures that we can all access on zoom out starting with protecting your meeting ID and taking advantage of the password option that's first and foremost is to make sure that you're not sharing this with people that you don't want to to have it really control people sharing that you're right they could go on and share that with other people but there are some other things and you can do as well with the latest zoom updates down first as a number of security measures are only accessible with this one button

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Zoom intruders disrupt CU Boulder classes

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Zoom intruders disrupt CU Boulder classes

"Colorado's biggest university is dealing with security issues related to virtual classrooms well they're like so many other workplaces transitioned online two zero one but in the first few days they learned a very important lesson in security people who did it may sound it was a joke this video sent to the problem solvers captures sea you boulder strani professor Nick Schneider's recent lecture this is actually a cyber crime and probably a hate crime he's addressing a disruption in online class you heard there racism misogyny anti semitism any it was awful awful part is it was caused by a student in the class student in the class did a post on reddit saying everybody can come raid the disruption of opportunity Greg stealth for work could see Wilder's office of information technology I think a lot of us came into this number really thinking about the security concerns down for says teachers and students are now taking advantage of some security measures that we can all access on zoom out starting with protecting your meeting ID and taking advantage of the password option that's first and foremost is to make sure that you're not sharing this with people that you don't want to to have it really control people sharing that you're right they could go on and share that with other people but there are some other things and you can do as well with the latest zoom updates down first as a number of security measures are only accessible with this one button

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"cu boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"cu boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Fifty AM and ninety four one FM partly cloudy skies, sixty seven degrees in Aurora. Just six days before Easter the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris is burning. It has stood in the heart of the city since the twelfth century. Onlookers are shocked many in tears, actually, you know, like doing the memory of the PD because she was there for so many years. And now she like these appearing denying Attari thing of planes is the most popular tourist destination. Is I think is the first thing people go to when they arrive in Paris. So much beauty in in one building. Now, we'll go on a boat had to stop because they were stopping all traffic, but we had to stay in one spot. So we were actually next to noted on for like forty five minutes. Just watching the fire eventually the tower team down. It was just very crazy officials in Paris say they cannot use aircraft to drop water on the cathedral. The Paris fire brigade says the waterways several tons, and it could harm people, and then also lead to the collapse of the structure instead they can only fight the flames from outside of the neighboring streets officials in Paris say the fire may be linked to the renovation of the cathedral some students at CU boulder. Do not like the region's new choice for a president. They held a rally on campus today students accused the board of regents of working behind closed doors and Mark Kennedy as president served the regions interests, but not the students they say his voting record as a Republican lawmaker in Minnesota show racist, and homophobic views and that disqualifies him for the position students have more meeting. Scheduled to plan for how they can derail Kennedy's path to the schools presidency in boulder. Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio one hundred sixty applications for the job. Kennedy was the sole finalist. A redacted version of special counsel Robert Muller's report on the Russia probe is now set to be released. Thursday, attorney general William bar has warned the public report. We'll have portions blacked out to protect grand jury information intelligence sources and methods and those who are investigated, but not charge the reporters also being scrubbed of cases, Robert Muller handed off to other jurisdictions members of congress have been calling for a full. I'm redacted report last week bar testified he would be willing to work with congressional committees to get them additional sensitive information once the public report is out in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News Wall Street negative today with the Dow down twenty seven and a half points, the S and P five hundred lost two the NASDAQ off eight our next news updates at two thirty. I'm Susan Witkin KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and. Ninety four one FM D word for cash KOA has your shot at one thousand dollars now. Text the nationwide keyword income to two hundred you'll get a text confirming.

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Do 'depression genes' exist? It's not so simple, new study concludes - CU Boulder Today

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Do 'depression genes' exist? It's not so simple, new study concludes - CU Boulder Today

"Than seven million dollars a year. Clinically says that that money could be used to build bike build out bike lanes and other multi-modal projects the man accused of killing rapper nipsy hustle is in custody in Los Angeles, the alleged killer twenty nine year old Eric Holder, arrested and booked on suspicion of murder after a woman saw him in an area south of LA in called police holder was arrested without issue. He's accused of shooting nipsy Russell multiple times.

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"cu boulder" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"cu boulder" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"You're saying that if I'm looking to chief financial freedom, and I build up a solid 4._0._1._K plan. I've got a couple of rental properties and some. Tax brokerage account funds that I might have a very low income which would show up as which you know, in theory, you'd think would kind of helped me play for you know, qualify for FAFSA on a low income basis. But because my assets are large the secondary tool. What was called the C CSS profile CSS profile is going to expose my net worth. And make sure that I am excluded from need based aid. And so I need to plan through other avenues in order to get there is that migrating that correctly, I think so I mean, obviously, this is very general advice in each person situation's gonna be different. But for the most part, the CSS profile is really designed to be able to slice through kind of different tack shelters different things and get a true sense of do you or do you not have the resources to be able to pay for college? And so the schools that you see sometimes you'll see in typically it's highly selective institutions where they'll say we're gonna cover one hundred percent of demonstrated need that's one of a big term that you'll. We'll see sometimes as you're reading articles on this. And that's a that's an incredible commitment from these schools, but they're really trying to determine is this a family that is you know, that everything is taxed protected kind of their assets or distributed in a way that the fastest not gonna see it in. If that's the case, they don't necessarily wanna give significant aid to that student because they feel like the family has the resources to be able to pay for college. Okay. So it sounds like if you are a family that is moving toward financial freedom and kind of get there, you know, by the time, the kids are going to go to college that we're going to focus on the merit based thing suppose. Some of our listeners are not going to get there are going to potentially qualify for that need. I don't think we're gonna get into that discussion too much today. But is there a resource replaced? They can go to look to find more information offline you know, I mean, I think the biggest place is really with the financial aid office at a particular school that they're thinking about because the reality is there's not a one singular approach that colleges universe. Used to determine the aid that they're going to give. So because of how divergent those policies can be if, you know, hey, my targeted Vanderbilt than your wanna go and look and say reach out to the financial aid office and get a sense because for some families even upper middle class families. They may be able to go to a school that does give a hundred percent cover a hundred percent of need cheaper than they could go four to their local state university. I mean, I had a family then the students started at CU boulder, and he was essentially paying full price as an in state resident so you older and even though both parents were they hadn't good upper middle class income. He went to school cheaper at Vanderbilt because of the way that they cover needs. So so every situation is different. But now say if you have targets will that you're looking at address the financial aid office there, I fell a couple of things I wanna point out. Thank you Zac for saying, this is kind of an overview of different ways to fund college. Obviously, if you know everything there is about funding, you're probably not even listening to this anymore. But this is really four people who don't have a lot of information about funding for college. He's different things for you to look into the five nine planet. Coa plan. I've never set one up. But then I see here that a grandparent can set up a five twenty nine plan that money isn't counted against my income or my assets or my kids incomer assets. So that's an another thing to look into. I didn't even know Grandpa's. Have KOMO Paul is my tire moment account. My 4._0._1._K IRA's all of those things those assets counted toward my assets for this CSS sheep, or is it just like my real estate holdings in my after tax investment accounts. So generally, the those retirement of assets are not a not a consideration..

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"cu boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"cu boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Between two individuals in the fifteen hundred block working to determine what the root causes that was and where that started, but that escalated into a shooting police say of the injured three of them were in critical condition. One other had non-life-threatening injuries and those suspects did get away. Reporting live, Connor schrief, KOA NewsRadio. Another budget battle brewing over the border wall. Funding in Washington, the White House set to release it the budget budget proposal later today. President Trump requesting nearly nine billion dollars for that border wall. Congress. Look at presidential budget proposals. As a wishlist starting point for negotiations. House speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer slammed. The proposal saying the president caused quote widespread chaos with the government shutdown over a quote, expensive and ineffective wall. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe says former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort sentencing was shocking. I was really surprised by the sentence Hughes. Given I think it's an incredibly lenient sentence on CBS is face the nation. Mccabe said it was a punishment clocking in well below the nineteen and a half to twenty four and a half years that could have read Hebrew receive Manafort that is under sentencing guidelines Manafort is scheduled for sentencing in Washington this week in a separate case in which he faces a maximum of ten years in prison, the first openly transgender state legislator in Colorado visited CU boulder campus this weekend, it was part of the transforming gender conference. The event attracts more than seven hundred. Eight people every year, it really.

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"cu boulder" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"cu boulder" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"Do it. Google search will do it. And then you click on the Lincoln at Lowe's to whatever they're terrible news. L is. But that's kind of interesting. And so, but I you know, again, I not a big fan of it seems to work fine for me. So what do I need anything else? I mean, I like a lot of people. I use sur internet search every day. I can't configure this as the search engine on my phone if you go into Android. Search you don't, you know, our indata settings rather. You know, it's not an option at least on the phones. I have. So I can't use it there. But I I it kind of looks like Google searched it like five years ago. I guess which is fine. I I'm not there for the pleasant. You is and stuff. I mean, who cares? I think it works. Great, and the, but the thing they do in the reason you might wanna use this is they don't track you at all. There's no tracking of anything. So he searches a private the not start anywhere. The not sent anywhere. They don't follow you around. You don't have any sense of real sense of history, or whatever you just search and you go you'll even that's it. And I haven't they make money volley. No, they're in the I think it's the yahu ad network is to have ads, but they're just not there. They don't seem objectionable. I mean, if used to go search, you're not going to be surprised by anything here. It's not it's not as bad customization really changes my ads that much anyway. I I mean, I don't know how they do it. I think I've talked about this before. But when I go to Instagram, I see ads for things I kind of like, you know, like Graham, his son about this. He's wearing to see you boulder sweater, really nice versus wetter. He said. Yeah. Instagram, and I said, oh, it's interesting. They knew you were at CU boulder. Right. He said, oh, that's the least what they know. And they're really good. And I and I stopped using Instagram partly because I was buying too much stuff. Partly because creep me out that they were so affect. The first experience I've ever had where targeted as like. Yeah. Like, actually, I I don't mind. These in my stream like an and I am very anti ad for the most part. And there is something about it. I I'm wearing internet Instagram underwear..

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KOA 850 AM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"cu boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"That holiday music is everywhere this time of year, and let's look into the history of Caroline with Thomas Reese, he's the director emeritus of the American research music research center at CU boulder. Thanks for coming on to be here. Good to have you every year Christmas music carols. And we even have recent pop songs where they're doing more holiday music. That's updated are so popular what's up popularity rooted in would you say? Oh, there's a lot of things that go into it. But I think the first thing is missed algebra. I think the second thing is people just like to do things together in a festive times, and of course, about the most festive time of the year. And of course, the other thing is it's it's dark and cold. And so people want to you know, one things up, and so we have bonfires, of course, that go back for centuries if not millennia, and I'm in the holidays, of course, that are also with this this time of year as well. So it's kind of a combination of things that I think kind of get people moving and excited and. Bit sentimental about what whatever they did as children, which of course, we all think was wonderful some point if we suppressed. Parts of it negative parts. That's right. I didn't get that gift. And it bothers me or I've heard this song too much. Hey, Thomas, I wanted to know from from your perspective with the music. I'm assuming writing a legendary Christmas songs a lot like writing a pop sign rocket, right? It has to have a good hook. So the songs that we always think about whether it's the Christmas song or even think of Mariah Carey song. Those songs have such great hooks. Is that the key to having a song? That's long lasting. That's certainly part of it. I think sometimes a lot of pop songs, but certainly songs that have kind of you know, long shelf life. It does come down to the fact that that just kind of a magical combination of things maybe a song. Basis for a later. Carol will be brought to a musician or the musician. We'll hear it and go. Oh, that's great. I love that line or I like that phrase. Sometimes the song writer is both the word the word Smith as well as the musician. Sometimes they're different often. They are different. So it's it's a combination of factors sometimes at one in a couple of cases, I can think of there was actually a song. Commissioned a local priest went to trying to think of the song it was overly night. You might have heard of the local priest went to his favorite poet in town who is not much of a church prison and said I need a point for.

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KOA 850 AM

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"cu boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Six. Yeah. Now thinking about all those things those guys did tomorrow. I've got something on the blog that I was going to get today. But then I've forgotten the show took a weird direction with biscuits and gravy. And I got distracted because I was hungry K. Has salad for lunch. It's just not at all you ever eat something. And when you get done you're like there was nothing satisfying about that meal. I just say you're not physically hungry. But you're just like that was just I could have just not eaten that and been just as happy as I am right now. So you should feel good about that. That shows you didn't eat or over eat the wrong things. I'm just trying to figure starved is a good sign them trying to make up for lost time and making chicken noodles tonight. So, you know, I'm having a little by the way getting good with Chuck. I I gotta have those biscuits. Oh, they're good. They're never had real traditional southern biscuits and gravy. Well, I make the gravy. I do make the gravy and then he makes the biscuits. So so, you know, if you. And nothing to do some day in one invite me over breakfast with John Morrissey. We're going to have the show exactly over at the house. We can totally make that. But there's a story on the blog tomorrow that I'm supposed to feel really emotional when I read it and the emotion that I feel was mockery. Because it's so I roll worthy, and it dovetails along, and Dave I went back and read the thing I was trying to explain it to you today. I now have a clear way to explain it. So I read this article over the weekend about this study. And and I'm gonna explain this tomorrow. So in this study, they posit in this study that we will never be free of sexism and racism because as we fixed one part of it. People tend to expand the definition. That's why forty years ago women were not being considered for jobs management because they were female, and that was sexism. And now if a guy says, you look nice today that sexism, do you see how the pendulum that we we've moved the goalposts in way to say it, and it kind of goes along with this story that I can I'm supposed to have my heartstrings polled. And instead I'm just annoyed because they're talking about food insecure students at CU boulder. And when you read about this food insecure student at CU boulder, I'm not kidding you right now. And I'm not bragging, but I've been broke in my life like that kind of broke where you conspire with people, you know, to go to a salad bar restaurant and share the same plate. You know, what I'm saying like that kind of broke? So essentially stealing salad. I mean in hindsight after but this woman's idea of tragedy, or I I what? It aggravated me more than anything. And I don't want people to go hungry. But with this is your parting shot listen to this even now with a comparatively higher paying university job. She tries to go home after class to avoid the temptation of going out to eat or spending more money, and she often saves have her dinner for lunch. The next day. Okay. Pretty much. That's how I live right there. And I I am not food insecure. Those are all things that are a part of my daily life. Like, all right. I want to spend money. I I'll just go home and eat. There's one thing. I don't understand about the story. They're they're spending incredible amounts of money. Yeah. I graduate school at university of Colorado. And they can't afford a slice of pizza. Their priorities are a little messed up. I think food is usually the first thing that unless the last you know, what I would have asked. If I were this reporter what kind of phone. Do you have? Where do you live? Do you live in an off campus apartment in would you could live in graduate student housing? That's much cheaper. What what are your other choices that you're making that are putting you in this situation? I mean because that's the part about these stories that really gets me is they don't ask any follow up questions ties. Exactly. That's the part that upset me is super rob. The trivia guru has joined me in the studio. He's he's on a bit of a tear you're on fire lately. To be super, rob. Because you've got like three right in the past three weeks. And I just want to give you credit. My wife is listening to well. I'm just talking about trivia, MRs I can't speak to anything else. I'll defer to you rob on that my friends caught last week show, and we're just blown away that you allow me to keep coming back to this. Is a huge fan. He was like why does she let you come back? It's kind of like when you find somebody that you like to beat up a little bit. Then you want them to keep coming back. So you can continue beating that's the word for that. What's the word? I don't know. I don't know anyway. But now it's time for the most exciting segment on the wait a minute. 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KOA 850 AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"cu boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Invited guests to the funeral today and the Bush family and invited friends will be here as well. We know that we'll be hearing from some of his granddaughters and his grandsons will be. Honorary pallbearers. So it is certainly a family affair, and it is a private service CBS's Amy Rohbock, the private family funeral in Texas for the late. President will be attended by CU. President Bruce Benson bend his wife. Marcy. I just think that he is an honest, caring guy. Well, when he broke the promise read my lips. I mean, he's he knew this was what's important for the country, and I'm gonna do this. And I'm going to take over. This thing Benson speaking with our partners at CBS four and Sean Boyd MARCY worked in the Bush White House in her husband helped fundraise for him and following the service Bush's cask. It's going to be taken by locomotive to college station to be interred at his presidential library his wife. Barbara and daughter Robin are also buried there. More than a third of US homes or areas where they could possibly burn down in a wildfire. Very often those developments, and we saw saw this in paradise are not really built in a way to prepare for the inevitable fire that they'll face so says Michael code, the author of a book called mega fire. He's also the deputy director of CU boulder center for environmental journalism could've says that climate change in poor forest management are among the reasons for that increase in size and the scope of wildfires of late in Colorado. Half the state's population lives in an area at risk for serious, wildland. Flames are United Airlines pilot accused of exposing himself at the Westin hotel DIA is headed to trial next year. Captain Andrew Collins pleaded not guilty yesterday to account of indecent exposure, he was arrested in September. After investigators say Collins was spotted naked in front of the window of his tenth floor hotel room the Bilo claims he did not intend to be seen by people below and was just opening up his curtains to look at the mountains. Chad Hoffman KOA NewsRadio charges that are pending against a man accused of making a bomb threat on a greyhound bus in Chicago. This fellow passengers said the man was acting crazy before he threatened to set off a bomb on a bus headed from Milwaukee to the windy city saying how everyone.

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KOA 850 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"cu boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"KOA NewsRadio time is two. Oh, two city council. Members in Denver approved the twenty nineteen budget of mayor Michael Hancock. Last night. Denver's chief financial officer, Brendan Hanlin says the twenty nineteen budget strives to meet the demands of a growing city in the foreseeable housing, transportation and mobility, safety and other essential services. The one point four six billion dollar budget. Also allows for the hiring of sixty eight new police officers and firefighters yesterday at CU boulder football coach Mike MacIntyre was asked. If he still has a job. No, I don't think my job's in jeopardy, but you got to win games. And that is the problem. The buffs have lost their last five in a row after winning their first five games of the season on Monday night. A rumor spread that mcentire would be gone at season's end athletic director. Rick George in a statement. Yesterday said no decision has been made on the coach Saturday. See you host Utah coverage on KOA NewsRadio starts at nine thirty in the morning. Kickoff at eleven thirty hundreds of people who feel that the earth is flat are coming to Denver to discuss it. The flat earth international conference gets underway. Tomorrow collar, rather was apparently home to a number of people who believe that the earth is flat. And that's one reason Denver was chosen to host the group. Second conference flat earthers are known for their belief that the earth is stationary in space and other planets and stars orbit around it. The Denver Nuggets wants red hot now of dropped four games in a row. They lost to the Houston Rockets at home last night, the final one on nine ninety nine at the Pepsi center. Head coach Mike Malone was asked where the most slippages in this losing streak everywhere..

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KOA 850 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"cu boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"At CU boulder football coach Mike back Atari was asked if he still had a job. No, I don't think my job's in jeopardy. But you got to win games. That's the problem. The buffs have lost their last five in a row after winning the first five games of the season last night. A rumor spread that mcentire would be gone at season's end athletic director, brick George in a statement today said no decision has been made coach McIntyre Saturday. See you host Utah coverage on KOA. Newsradio will start at nine thirty in the morning kickoff will be at eleven thirty turns out, the Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City. Chiefs will not be playing in Mexico City on Monday night after all instead, the Rams get a true home game at Memorial Coliseum. The plan to play at Mexico City's has tech stadium was scrubbed because of poor field conditions. The league said in a statement today it presented an unnecessary risk to the player safety and therefore unsuitable to host an NFL game. A fifteen dollar minimum wage for everyone who works for the city of Denver or in the city Pacific. That's the goal of mayor Michael Hancock who's asking the city's department of finance to explore the idea for increasing. City contractor bender intended employees. The mayor says he liked to phase in the increase over several years. Mayor Hancock says the wage growth in Denver has not kept pace with the cost of living. The animal rights group pita is talking Turkey on a billboard in Denver. Billboard is located at south, Colorado. And Florida shows the face of a Turkey and reads, you can live without a Turkey leg. I can't go vegan for thanksgiving. Pita? Sarah buckle says turkeys, die a painful death to end up on your thanksgiving. Table turkeys are sensitive individuals can feel pain and don't want to be killed and with all of the amazing vegan products available. It's easy to enjoy a nonviolent plant based holiday feasts. But no one had to die for every year. Forty four million turkeys are killed for our thanksgiving feasts. The Baseball Writers Association announced Brian state care of the Atlanta Braves is the winner of the National League manager of the year award. But black was. In the running for it for a second straight year. But again came up just short our next update comes.

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The Russillo Show

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"cu boulder" Discussed on The Russillo Show

"We're trying to make the world be defined and only two freaking options with everything. It's like being pro, we'd okay. You could be pro, we'd you could use it for medicinal reasons. You can calm yourself down a little bit. Maybe some of that oil stuff for the old joints. You know, I hear about this. All the time, but it doesn't also mean that like edibles are sweet and super-safe either. So like if you were a guy that was very pro, we'd for bunch of different things. We like ES, but I'm also because I'm into the medicinal benefits of marijuana. I also think it's really cool that girls are drooling Oliver themselves at brunch at CU boulder campus. Okay. So it's it's not exactly the same thing, whereas with the titans? Yes, it was gutsy for variable to go for it, but I don't really see it is the same dangerous situation. I don't know. Maybe maybe no-one. No-one agrees with me on this one. I know they were down. I know if they don't get it, you're going to say they were going to lose. But I don't know. Man, I guess at that point I have to look at it. It was fourth and two of the thirty two. So he's thirty nine. He's forty nine. It's a forty nine yard field goal that he's passing up, suck up to for two at that point. I feel like the two situations are actually different and I don't think you just get to in any situation. So that means you think if it were fourth in ten from your own ten that that would be ballsy to by Reich and that because he won a Super Bowl as a coordinator with an eagles team that he was super aggressive about that, like everything's just know like some are good and some are bad, and I thought the colts one was bad. Assess? Well, see, I guess I, I, I don't disagree with anything. You said I, I just don't care as much and I'm not going to crush him as much because I don't think the culture and good, and that's not really going to cost them anything yet cost him a loss. But I still think if they get that fourth and five like and they end up taking a field goal, everyone today is like, oh, look at this guy eagles. So you learned and like he's an incredible head coach and he's taking chances, blah, blah..

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"cu boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"cu boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"That is still a little, below normal for the final day of July also plan on nothing but sunshine today tonight clear skies low fifty. Nine tomorrow we'll see an increasing cloud cover but, the temperatures go up even more. High eighty, seven and then. Thursday all the way up to ninety three hundred mostly sunny. Skies small chance for thunderstorms Friday with a high of ninety from CBS forum Ashton Altieri on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM sunny and sixty two right now in Denver now on Colorado's morning news the NFL preseason just around the. Corner in the, league is taking new steps to. Reduce the risk of concussions Matthew. McQueen is a concussion researcher at CU boulder and he joins us live now good morning. Mathew good morning how are you doing very well myself in green with you I first off I want to get to, this yesterday was just announced in the, NFL that they reached the five. Hundred million. Dollars threshold regarding concussions a, whole decade ahead of when they I thought so besides the fact that they were denying the science it's costing them money in the. Process so does the NFL kind of finally coming around. With this in trying to find, ways to reduce concussions. In the game yes I I, really believe they are I think they understand the gravity of the situation and you know the temps that they're making to independently evaluate, the data that's coming out and being responsive to the data they're seeing. Are you sort of evidence of their think interest in in the long term aspects of the viability of the game. Matthew I've always heard you, know getting accustomed to here you got your bell rung but exactly what is a concussion what are the symptoms. Well again yeah that's that's you know something that's, actually under you know quite a. Bit of, research lately again. As you said you know they used to have the kind. Of you know how many fingers my holding up rules to evaluate concussions at the thing of the past fortunately but again you know the the concussion symptoms vary anything from kind of light Headedness dizziness in in some cases lots, of consciousness you can have nausea symptoms. Can persist again for you know weeks days or weeks and again headaches and so on are also often part of it? I, I, noticed that the NFL they're. Trying to change some rules the newest one to come out recently is when when a player with the, ball lowers their head they're going to try to penalize that which I don't. Know how they're ever going to have to you know the NFL they can't discern what a catch is half the, time, how are they, gonna decide, on that in secondarily, probably the bigger one is, you're talking about doing away with. Kickoffs because I guess? The, research, shows, Matthew that, more concussions happen on the kickoff, than any, other play that's right so the the, kickoff rule which, again they've, been tinkering with that rule or sort, of variations of the kickoff rule going back you know probably five ten years now you know moving. The, ball up, five yards and having the touchback at the twenty-five things like that And that did increase. Sort the, number of, touchback but what, was happening, is that the number of injuries weren't going down and that includes head, injuries and concussions They found that the kickoff itself as a play, is five times higher in terms of the number of concussions occur compared to more traditional. Line of scrimmage plays and so what they're doing with this kickoff, rules they're really trying to to. Make the kickoff more as a as a, punt type, formation it's not quite the same extent of wanting up on the scrimmage but they're bringing players closer together they're not allowing them to block each other you know within kind of fifteen yards and the ideas getting everybody kind of moving, in. The same. Direction rather. Than moving. Directly opposite each other to to have these. Large collision hits Matthew. McQueen I. Guess anything. They do is better than nothing right that's. Right that's right all right. Matthew McQueen concussion research would see you boulder thanks. So much us thank you thank you KOA NewsRadio time is ten fifty six bucks you buy hansonmcclain dot com While we got a movie ticket that may not, be just the ticket movie pass allows subscribers to see multiple movies for. One recurring fee. But the business model isn't really working and movie passes now shutting some people out of the movies they really want to see it happened with mission impossible fallout. Over the weekend the company is now hitting it, could happen again with some upcoming big releases movie pass actually ran out of money late. Last week and shut down for a while parent company stock was, trading in less than a dollar. Yesterday Uber is out of the self driving, truck game, the rideshare company said it will now focus its autonomous vehicle technology solely on cars Uber acquired the self-driving tech company auto in.

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KOA 850 AM

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"cu boulder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The magic flute and il trovatore for audiences the magic flute is something we have done in a long time actually nineteen ninetyfive was the last time we did it and it's a very popular piece i try to have something that is popular in the mix every summer and it just sort of came up and then i was able to cast it which is the other half of the equation which is why trovatore is a little bit more involved we haven't done trovatore since the nineteen fifties and the reason i i haven't never produced it is because it requires really amazing people to saying it and i finally found four singers that i'm excited to put on the stage to sing it so that's why it's going on this summer so it's sort of a combination of when we last did it and whether or not i can cast it to my satisfaction look do you ever have singers actors that performance both operas or are the cast comfortably separate sometimes usually in smaller roles in fact ashrof who is a graduate of cu boulder actually who's originally from egypt he's singing in both magic flute and trovatore this summer but he's doing the speaker and magic flute and he's doing farrand doe in trouble tori they're both smaller roles and he doesn't require that he's on stage all the time so we won't wear him out it means that he'll be performing every day summer law which could then wear him out well you know the it'll keep him busy let's let's say the challenges are putting on these two distinct operas that run concurrently well one of the challenges that most people don't have to deal with is an altitude of eighty five hundred feet which changes everything for everybody but in addition to that i mean we're no different than any other summer festival for sure because most everybody does stuff in repertory which means you prepare everything that you're going to do over the course of several weeks and then you sort of alternate performances all summer long so it mostly is about getting in an awful lot of a disparate work done in a short period of time and also people that are coming from out of town and out of state have the opportunity to see everything that you're doing over a couple of days that's sort of how we do things in in summer festivals yeah are you able to use any of the same sets or costumes fowler both operas no so we have to you know we have a person we call a technical director whose job it is to work with the stagehands to basically make it like clockwork how we transfer from one show to the next so everything has to come off stage or fly up in the loft and then the the next production has to come in on stage and fly down and everybody has to change costumes and change wigs and change everything but that's just the nature of the beast that's how that's how we do it this is front range focus i'm susan witkin my guest today is the central city opera general and artistic director pat pierce tap this year marks the eighty sixth year for the central city opera as the opera was officially founded in nineteen thirty two this summer season features wolfgang amadeus mozart's the magic flute and giuseppe verde is il trovatore pat the magic flute is unusual.

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