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KCBS All News
"denver center" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Around the stage. It was less a Broadway musical, more a raucous revival. I will find there's this amazing feeling when music like that is all around you. When there's a whole group of people who are making the music. It's not just like one soloist or something like that. This collective thing that gives it this extra energy. Fern's latest theatrical experience may be his most unusual yet. It's an interactive journey into his past cold theater of the mind, produced in collaboration with the Denver center for performing arts. Audience members get random name tags and are led on a semi autobiographical tour of burns memories like this outer proportion kitchen makes anyone in it feel like a child. Do this with me. Hold your hand in front of your face. The show is full of surprises, the audience takes part in some of them based on neuroscience experiments. We agreed not to give them away, but they make you question your own perception, and perhaps your memories. It is dark in here. Theater of the mind ends in a replica of his parents attic, like burns life, the show tells a story about how over time our identities are malleable and how we all have the capacity to change. We're never stuck. You can change the story any time. Isn't that nice? I like that idea that you can change your story. You can change the narrative. It would be a horrible world if people never change for their entire life. Or they were an angry person or an upset person or depressed person, and it's like, that's your fate, but that's not true. Do you think you've changed that much? I feel like, yeah, I'm a very different person than I was when I was young. Were you conscious of those changes? Sometimes my friends would say, you're really different than what you used to be when I first met you. You were really different person now. By the way, were they saying that in a nice way or was that being yelled out of the top of their lungs? It was a nice way. It was like, wow, you've really changed
AP News Radio
Nikola Jokic notches triple-double as Nuggets top Warriors
"Nikola Jokić didn't let a sore wrist prevent him from recording a triple double as the nuggets topped the warriors one 28 one 23 The Denver center provided 26 points 12 rebounds and ten assists despite a taped wrist Yo kitch also had a key rebound in the closing seconds before sinking two free throws to clinch the win We had so many defensive defensive mistakes and they had a couple easy layups backdoor cuts or whatever and we didn't rebound well Bruce Brown finished with 20 points and Michael Porter junior added 17 for the winners Stephen Curry scored 34 points for the warriors who committed 19 turnovers that led to 30 points I'm Dave ferry
Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey
"denver center" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey
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The Fighter Pilot Podcast
"denver center" Discussed on The Fighter Pilot Podcast
"We live right underneath the class fierce face in denver so very heavily traffic area. Obviously at that point there was no traffic. So i was just to denver departure control and said. Hey we're airborne and i'll never forget. The controller said redeye one youtube the only airplanes airborne in the state of colorado. Thank god you guys are here. That's where everyone who as fast as you want as high as you want you on their space but that got us thinking when you ask you. What if airplanes not complying. Who'd we talk. We don't have command control in place at this time so it was just talking to. Atc so air route traffic control center denver center as well as denver approaching colorado springs approach. So we got everyone. We talked to denver standards. Said hey are we the only two ordinary. There's no one within thousand miles. We just went into last like six airplanes. Dia everything else is down to. There is no traffic. Go everyone you you own the entire stick staccato guru so obviously our tasking this to go to shine map. So on the way to shine mountain again homing are talking okay. So we haven't got to the art yet. Where if we do if we have to shoot somebody down without authorities. There's no way for us to get word. That shootdown order has happened at this point. We i got so again. It was just using our judgment and we could. Maybe do some turned in front of airplanes if we did see him but there was nothing more so we didn't get to that point but we did have to figure out though from a tactical perspective is our mission is to go resign mounts on the southwest. Horner caro's franks establish some sort of commentary patrol again without any command control but we can use the resources that atc has so the approach controllers colorado springs for the louth low-altitude stuff in denver center for the us. We're able to build a picture between talking to those two agencies but that picture the entire time was twenty. There's nobody after the. I say nobody the first half hour some stragglers coming into land compliant. So it didn't rear its head at that point. Arthur those some just general ation guys out there. That don't even bother turning on radio. Let alone a transponder. I mean so. There wasn't anyone funny okay. So before we get to that. After first hour we gotta tanker from mcconnell air force base case..
Under the Radar
"denver center" Discussed on Under the Radar
"It's the time of year that that's going to get a lot better so in some ways the both of my problems will get better with time But it was just a bit of a strange week when these two situations where suddenly. There's you strange splits. That i'm having to navigate but between my user bases where Like i just don't like it. I i just feel as weird and i. I want to try and simplify things as much as i can. And so it's like on the one. Hand the for the i e feature with iphone sizes. It's like well. I just won't implement it right away. I think for this feature. It's like implemented right away and just you know. Hide it from you know. Just turn it off. Went on some devices and turn it on another's and not worry about it too much like i thought about. If there's other ways that i could go around doing this and trying to get around the memory limited work really hard in creatively. And i did a little bit of that. But ultimately spending too much time worrying about minority and especially diminishing minorities of users. I think sort of coming around to the realization that That's it's okay to be. Have them have less of a rich experience as long as their experiences. Reasonable appropriate good but I need to focusing on the ninety nine rather than the one. In this case i think is makes a lot of sense. Yeah and the bigger. Your app is that you're dealing with and your pretty big The more that affects should play into your decision making because the more people are affected basically. Yeah i think the stakes of getting wrong p feel so much higher and i think Th that caution is appropriate here. In a way. That if i was for a lot of my smaller apps from years gone by and it's like i do something and it affects denver center people in that ten percent of people who's actually just like ten people it's not a big deal In quite the same way So that's bad. It's it's it's it's it's a brave new world of quiet update coming into looking down into september al have minor updates probably For the first time. I think twelve years thirteen years like i'll have so few updates. That things are getting better but very slow pace. Mr dae-won is gone. Thanks for listening everybody and talk to you in two weeks by..
We Travel There with Lee Huffman
"denver center" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman
"Resorts that you want up in the Rocky Mountains. So fantastic. So let's assume that we're flying into the DIA once we arrived there and we want to get down to the downtown area of Denver, do we rent a car? Do we take public transportation. Like how do we get around from the airport to the city? And then once we arrived there. We have this wonderful new, a train. The A train terminal actually is inside the airport. So from the airport you can go to the A train and it will take you all the way through downtown and log. You all had the Central Station, which is our recently revitalized Trane Centre. And in the train Center. We have a brand new hotel and we have restaurants, and, and a beer hall and coffee shops, and, and we have bookstores. It's a great renovated. Building gorgeous architecture inside gorgeous, architecture outside and across the street is the Oxford Hotel, which is very classic of Denver renting, a car. All the major agencies are there, you don't need a car. If all she business is going to be in the city center, or if all your business is going to be, when you're going skiing because when you go to Aspen, there's a shuttle bus, that takes you around to all the different slopes, so young. You don't really need a car, unless you feel you want to be more in control of your time. We also have Uber and Lyft. We've got a good taxi system here. Everybody seems to respect a dog. Body else. There's plenty of off-campus long-term parking at the airport or short-term parking, right by the terminal. I usually take an Uber myself either because I figure by the time I would have the hassle parking and pay for parking. I just get dropped off and got picked up in a way, I go. So that's my way of flying in and out of the city and my car sits in my garage that makes life certainly so much easier. So, say we take, you know, the A train into downtown and things of that nature from there were should we plan on on staying as far as booking a hotel? Should we say that that downtown Porter or is there someplace else that we should look at? So, I would say that the downtown Corridor for your first time in Denver, is a great central place to be. There are things that you should be seeing due to the north, the West, the south east. If you go west and the lovely part about Denver is, if you see mountains, that's the West. So you always have your compass orientation and wage. 14000 foot mountains. The mountains are always visible. Unless it's raining. We hardly ever have cloud cover or small gear? So you can always tell what Foundation you are. So the city center has got the zoo. It's got the main library. It's got the art museum. It's got the Museum of Natural History. We have golf courses. We've got restaurants, we've got movie theaters. We have the Denver Center for the Arts has 5 theater. Venues everything. I'm a little in the round theater to. We have our own opera house. We have our own musical theater performance venue and we have just so many wonderful classic historic buildings to if you remember the Unsinkable Molly Brown. Well Molly Brown actually was a survivor of the sinking of the Titanic song. And her husband built the Brown Palace. And so, the Brown Palace Hotel is a triangular hotels in downtown. It's so classical you go in and it's beautifully. Carpeted wage, wonderful, brass, fixtures and Hardwoods everywhere. It actually has a tee time with atti service very much. Like, if you've ever been to Vancouver, but very classic bought a very elegant. We have a Four Seasons, we've got oh my gosh, you name it. We've got it. We have a JW Marriott. We have a four seasons of the high end at the low end. We have a lot of everything. So you could stay here in town, I would think easily. From $75 to $1,000 a night depending on your taste much of downtown is walkable. We do have a light rail system that will get you to different places. There are several communities that we have, we have the Denver Tech Center. We've got Cherry Creek. We have going North Palm. Lakewood all of these are communities that you can go and visit. I wouldn't think you'd do that on your first visit here. You probably want to just focus on downtown. Oh, we also have a wonderful basketball arena. We also have a fabulous, very it's new but it's classically. Designed baseball stadium. And of course you might have heard that we have Mile High Stadium for this Broncos, football team, you might have heard of. And so if you love sports, we've got it all. And if you're into amateur sports, we have a whole bunch of soccer fields and Tennis Courts, found a concert venue just to the north of downtown and we are also one of the few cities in the United States that has a professional rugby league in Glendale, which is just south of downtown. And so there is a Rugby field of the ladies where the national champions last year. The men were national champions two years. Or so, very good quality rugby. If you're into that sport, hasn't got the same traction As baseball or football yet, but you know, those that are into rugby realize, just the bumps on your shins are Badges of Honor earlier. You mentioned that your friend actually recommend, you come out probably seeing that sound like it was like wintertime and from understand like, Denver does not have as bad of a winter as you might suspect, right? I guess all the snow is primarily up in the mountains and based on the elevation of Denver and just the conditions, they may get a little chilly but it's not your three feet of snow. Like you, like you might think. Well, the beauty about how Denver was created, it's, it's the Confluence between the North Platte River and the Colorado River and the Cherry Creek. And all of those things came together, which is always how Town's got started in the old old west, but it's just east of the Foothills log. Rocky Mountains. And what does that mean? I mentioned, we have fourteen thousand foot mountains here, right? So, all the weather, blows up and shoots everything really high. And by the time, the precipitation normally hits and touches down. It's in the Eastern Plains, which is why we grow all of our fruits and vegetables and our corn and whatever we grow on the Eastern Plains. We used to be part of the package is territory and all that flat land that used to be part of Kansas. We have a bit of it and that's east of us in the Eastern Plains. And so the central part of Denver what is subject to as massive swings of temperature. And so the thing I tell people is be prepared to wear layered close. So this is true. I got up one day and it was a hundred degrees and the next day it was 35.
KOA 850 AM
"denver center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"denver center" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm Peter say more. And Here's our top story. The Phoenix Suns win again. 1 16 to 102 to take a three to nothing playoff series leads over the Denver Nuggets. Before the game, Denver center Nicola Yokich celebrated his new M V P award. Now his team faces elimination. I mean, if you lose you out of my home, so we just need to go there and fight and give everything with regard to get for Yokich finished with 32 points, 20 rebounds and 10 assists a triple double game Forest tomorrow at five PM on 98 7 FM Arizona Sports Station He didn't name Arizona. But U. S Attorney General Merrick Garland says the Justice Department was my During the use of unorthodox post election audits. Republican election analyst many White doesn't trust auditors of Maricopa County's November election. They're trying to create a completely new record, and then I suppose they were going to present that to the public to say Here's the truth. Don't believe what was published in November, Light tells ABC 15. He access the database himself of every vote casting. Every race, including the 2020 election, and he affirmed that Donald Trump lost 90% of Arizona sits in deep drought and the incoming excessive heat will only exacerbate fire conditions. Veteran fire commander Clay Templin says any fire start could quickly escalate into a large wildfires. Also, a concern for firefighters are still out on the lines for The Pascal or Telegraph for his slate fires. Hundreds of firefighters on the mask. Alan Telegraph. Fires near Globe and Miami must also deal with low single digit humidity. Some good news, though evacuations for top of the world have been lifted. Now let's check on traffic..
"denver center" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"A combined announcement on this issue and it won't simply be about vaccines. Vaccines will be a part of it, but it will be a comprehensive plan to help end this pandemic as rapidly as cost 200 million doses. Would be delivered this year to the global vaccine program. Kovacs, another 300 million in early 2022 watchdog report says Park police did not clear Lafayette Park in nearby protesters last June. So former President Trump could walk to ST John's Church Inspector general of the interior, mark Green black, We did not find evidence that a potential presidential visit To the park or the Saint John's Church influenced the park Police's decision making or their deployment. You know, in their operation to clear out the park, the former president says The report exonerates him of any accusations. He ordered aggressive tactics to remove protesters. TC energy has terminated the Keystone XL pipeline project. President Biden pulled the permit earlier this year over environmental concerns. You're listening to ABC News Arizona's news station, You station Katya, our on Air 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the K to our new Zap. You're breaking news and traffic Now it is 32. I'm Becky Lin. Here's our top story. Can the Suns capitalize on a big game one victory over the Nuggets? Okay to ours. Peter Seymour is live again outside of Phoenix Suns Arena with a little preview of game number two. Well. Becky Denver Center Nikola Yokich is also riding high after he was just named the league's MVP. He finished game one with 22 points. But the voice of the Sun's al McCoy tells our Mike broom head. The sons will bring their great chemistry back to game number two. They like one another. They like being around one another. They like playing the game together, and I think that's the personality of the Suns team. This year, Phoenix had four players with 20 or more points in the first game. The Sun's defensive adjustments paid off in the second half of that first game when they ran away with the victory. Tip off is at 6 30 Live outside Phoenix Suns Arena. Peter Seymour Katie Air News. The Maricopa County Sheriff's Department is taking a look back at the racial disparities in 2020 traffic stops. Zoe Thorkelson with a third party research center that compiled this report says the most obvious disparities are between white and Hispanic drivers. For citations. We see that the numbers have actually been increasing over time. This is something that the sheriff's office is very concerned about. They will be implementing a quarterly report to investigate this in more detail. In a statement, Sheriff Paul Pins own acknowledged his concern over the disparities and emphasized his intent to continue to reduce and eliminate Rachel racial bias in his department. The state Legislature tomorrow resumes the debate over the state budget. Katya ours, Griselda Zetina joins us now live with a preview. Most Republicans backed the proposed $12.8 billion state budget. But a few like state Senator Kelly Townsend, do not her biggest concern. There is language either that happens before the budget or in the budget, but not after that deals with the election security. Meanwhile, Democrats opposed the state budget mainly because Of the massive income tax cut. It includes lawmakers have until June 30th to pass a state budget reporting live. I'm Griselda Schettino, Katya our news. Let's get a look at the roads with Larry Lewis in the Valley Chevy Dealers, Traffic.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"denver center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"denver center" Discussed on WTOP
"They have just called another statewide race in Virginia. Let's take you live to the election Desk and w T. O P s Nick Pinelli Dmitry This is one of those three big statewide races we are watching. It's the attorney general's race. This time. The Associated Press is projecting that Mark Herring has won the Democratic primary, defeating his opponent, delegate, J. Jones. Herring, has been the attorney general in Virginia since 2014 seeking a third term. Now he'll be going on. Two November two Face Republican Jason Me rs again in the attorney general's race. The Associated Press is projecting that Mark Herring has won the Democratic primary tonight Live at the election desk Nick in L, A W T O P News and along with Mark Herring as attorney general of the nominee for the Democrats being projected. We also have the projection earlier of Terry McAuliffe, whose already held the Office of Virginia governor winning that again in the Democratic primary to take on Glenn Yunque in in the fall. He is the Republican candidate will bring In Larry Sabato tonight, he's director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia and Larry, We do just have two of the three races called tonight Your thoughts on state that you've watched go from red to purple to blue but also not necessarily as diverse a set of candidates as one might have expected this year. Well, I don't know who was expecting to be the plate to be diverse or not diverse. I'll stick to the facts and the facts are that this was a very good night for Former governor Terry McAuliffe. He won big Republicans were hoping that he would get under 50 some well under 50% of the vote. And, of course, he's over 60%. He's off to a very good start. And the Democrats also, uh, had to relatively handy victories for lieutenant governor and attorney general. I know you haven't called one, but other people have and so it looks like a pretty solid ticket. For the Democrats, and it looks like a very good start for them. So you're saying Holla Yeah. Ally is being called by other news organizations for the lieutenant governor, position or nomination. That is correct. Yeah, So I what I was getting at, And I certainly didn't mean to deviate from the facts as you may have alluded to is just the big changes that we've seen in Virginia over the decades. But some are looking at McAuliffe as someone who's held the job before. Um And maybe it was time for some fresh blood. But as you say he is perhaps grabbing the template from Joe Biden are new or relatively new US President. Would you agree that he has diverse people surrounding him? And and that The way he's proceeding as the so called safe choice. I think that's very true. He is kind of the Biden of this race and that he wasn't safe choice. And I think Democrats were looking at the person that Republicans nominated in Glen Young can realizing that he has almost unlimited resources. There is own resources. But those are the easiest to raise. You have a lunch with your accountant and write a check. So they're concerned about the fact that the Republican can spend unlimited sums. They're concerned about the fact that he projects a pretty good image. Uh, they're hoping to get into issues where obviously he's more conservative than Virginians have at least been voting in the past few years. So you know, I would say McAuliffe was a safe choice. That's not to criticize any of the other candidates in the field of something. Some of them would have made good nominees, though they would have had a problem with fundraising. Let's be honest. Call. It will probably not be able to keep up with young taken in on the spending front. But he can do better than some of the other candidates in the Democratic field in the last seconds that that we have them because of that huge money that that big campaign chest does that give young kids a chance to win. It gives him a chance to wedding to have a chance anyway. Virginia is not completely one party. It's not solidly blue. I think it's bluish purple. It's becoming bluer over time, and we've seen that. There's a reason why Republicans haven't won any election statewide since 2009. It's good to catch up with you. Thank you very much. I enjoyed it. Take care. Larry Sabato, director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia, joining US Live tonight Sports at 15 and 45 brought to you by your local Honda dealer. Don't settle for less than 100 45. We're right back to Dave Preston Nationals in Tampa Bay are tied at one in the fifth inning. Dimitri Trade Turner knots things up with an R B. I single in the third, Manuel Margo's leadoff home reporting the race on the board to start the night. Orioles lead the New York Mets for to end The fourth inning. Pat like is two for two with three R B I on the night for the birds. 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