This year marks the 31st anniversary of the World of WearableArt™ (known as WOW®), New Zealand’s largest arts show, and it’s at the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center at Colorado College. Details on the exhibition with Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Joy Armstrong. And, Colorado Springs native, now New Zealand resident, Etainia Dagda talks about her piece Vicarious which is currently on tour in Colorado Springs.
This week Justin invites real estate attorney, Sarah Stein, and, Austin Darby from Mainstreet Insurance Agency, into the studio. Sarah helps you understand the importance of a will and she's answering common questions about protecting your valuables. Austin gives important tips on how to save money on your insurance coverage and why you should use an umbrella even if it isn't raining!
Bell & Pollock talk truck accidents and brake failure.
Julianne says it's time to, "...take the blind fold off your heart." Through the word of God, she'll show you how easy it is to open your heart and receive His blessings.
This week Jay brings back a cult classic: "Attack of the Killer Loan." To assist Jay with this week's show, Empire Title's, Bill McAfee and Mainstreet Insurance Agency's, Austin Darby, join him in studio. Jay brings this classic back to warn his listeners that the loans that were responsible for the "Great Recession" are back!
Deborah invites Watford Wellness Works' massage therapist, Mary Stephens, into the studio to discuss her business and to reflect on how Mary was able to help Deborah rehabilitate after her car accident.
If you'd like to set an appointment with Mary, call her at: 720-207-4672.
Listen and learn!
The health and life, insurance world is big and confusing. Everybody needs insurance, but, it's hard to get unless you gotta guy and that guy is Antonio Briceno, "The Agent"!
Antonio's an independent licensed insurance agent. He's contracted with "HealthMarkets" Insurance Agency. The information he gives you on "The Agent" is general in nature, it's educational, it's not legal advice but it will help get you covered.
"The Agent" with Antonio Briceno airs Saturdays at 11:30 a.m. only on KRDO Newsradio. Listen live at KRDO.com and on-demand at KRDO.com, select the Radio tab and click on Podcasts.
Business and community come together; cannabis commerce gets a lift; the average Colorado Springs resident has $11,800 in credit card debt; jobs; the economy; cigarette butts and tourism, and more.
Communications and Messaging are Everything
Katie Carroll-Whitton, APR, a recognized master of public relations, talks about communications strategies for business. What are the main takeaways for business owners?
We continue our ongoing series with the Pikes Peak Work Force Center in helping you find a new job or start a new career. Becca Tonn and Erin Hutchinson talk about Branding and Networking your way to your next job. Lots of great info!
Pikes Peak Range Riders Make their Annual Trek
Greg Budwine is a long-time Range Rider and checks in from this year's destination in Custer County.
KRDO Wins Edward R. Murrow Award for Overall Excellence
KRDO Network GM, Mark Pimentel, discusses KRDO's picking up the top Edward R. Murrow honor in nearly 150 television markets. In April, KRDO was honored with seven Regional Murrow Awards for continuing coverage, hard news, news series, breaking news, best newscast, excellence in social media, and overall excellence. Also in April, KRDO Newsradio took home five Colorado broadcasting Association Awards, and in May, the KRDO Network won more than a dozen Associated Press awards.
Diane Loschen and Sara Vaas from CONO talk about how they are growing and serving more communities and neighborhoods in the Pikes Peak region. Tips on how to connect with your neighbors. Their upcoming block party, and a lot more.
Mt. Carmel Veteran's Service Center Hosting Two Job Fairs
If you're a veteran of the armed services or within one year of transitioning out, Mt. Carmel is holding two job fairs, one on June 19, and one on June 26! Mt. Carmel's, Paul Price, has the details!
Justin referees the biggest battle in the country now; the battle between Baby Boomers and Millennial's. Both have needs and wants. The only problem is that they both want the same things! Who will win and how does this effect us here in Colorado Springs?
Have you ever had a bad day? Sure you have! Julianne talks about having a "Dark & Hardened Heart." Life has it's ups and downs, but it shouldn't define you! Julianne will show you how she, through Jesus Christ, now lives with a glad and enlightened heart.
Michael Unbehauen, Acamar Analysis and Consulting. Springs-based Acamar consults with governments, institutions and commercial enterprises on complex Air and Missile Defense systems and strategies.
The KRDO Business Connection with Ted Robertson - The Law Office of Kevin R. Hancock - June 16, 2019, 2019
Kevin Hancock and his associate, Katelyn Appleby, discuss the 'why' behind planning ahead for the day you die or become incapacitated and others have to manage your affairs for you.
Bell & Pollock talk attractive nuisance
American Warrior Radio with Ben Buehler-Garcia presented by Medicare Mentors
Sunday mornings at 9:00 on the KRDO Network at 105.5 FM, 1240 AM and 92.5 FM
Jeff is a Colorado Springs native. He was studying Medicine and acting in college when the 9/11 attacks inspired him to join the military. He served as a Green Beret Medic and also a firefighter (earning the Medal of Valor). Jeff's acting credits include the TV series Ray Donovan, SEAL Team, Where the Bears Are and several films. Interesting Factoid: Jeff is the basis for a character in the "Call of Duty: Black Ops 4" video game.
This week Deborah has Dr. K in the studio discussing Chiropractic and Nutrition. If you want to really enjoy the Colorado experience you need to listen to this podcast. Listen and learn!
In the latest edition of The Veterans Voice with Mike Lewis Presented by USAA
Mt. Carmel’s Katie Travis and Care & Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado’s Taylor Hargis present, “Cooking Matters for Adults,” a free class Mondays, 4-6 pm at Mt. Carmel teaching healthy meal prep feeding four for less than $10 – and free groceries to participants! Meet Navy Veteran John Sledginowski of AAFMAA offering no-cost financial education, benefit and retirement counseling to the military & veteran community, July 11, 7-8 pm at Mt. Carmel. The Award-Winning Veterans Voice Podcast is Hosted by Navy Veteran & KRDO personality Mike Lewis, presented by USAA Careers in partnership with Star Dental Institute Inc. & Together We Smile.
A KRDO Newsradio Exclusive: County Commissioner, Mark Waller, will Run for DA of the 4th Judicial District
El Paso County Commissioner, Mark Waller, confirmed his plans to run for the 4th judicial district attorney office. Dan May is the incumbent and is term-limited. 2020 will be his last year in office. Waller previously served as deputy district attorney for the 10th judicial district in Pueblo and has served three terms in the state house.
History happy Hour: Vintage Game Night!
From its successful inaugural game night, Meg Poole tells us the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum is excited to present another “History Happy Hour: Vintage Game Night” where guests (age 21+) are invited to reminisce by playing beloved games dating from the 1800s to the 1980s – Jacks, Sorry, Nine Men’s Morris, Battleship, Shoot the Moon, Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em and more! Bring your friends and enjoy a variety of board, card, and table games related to different eras of Pikes Peak regional history. Ticket admission includes alcoholic beverages and plenty of game snacks.
The Extra: Business Edition with Ted Robertson - Soteric Group on Business Security and Continuity - June 14, 2019
Soteric Group on Business and Personal Security and Continuity
In light of the recent shooting in Virginia beach and incidents before that, Soteric Group principals, Cindy Gillis, Shawn Strain and Steve Sanchez, join me to discuss the security, continuity and safety of your business.
This week on the KRDO Businesscast: a grant awarded to bring diversification to the business of cybersecurity; malware is back with a vengeance; the Springs airport is first and best in class; City Council delays a big business decision, and more.
The KRDO Weekly Businesscast is a 5-minute look at local, regional and national business news and information. Get it every Friday at KRDO.com, select the radio tab and click on Podcasts.
Michelle Peulen and Michelle Scheuerman from CDOT talks about the 10-year strategic transportation plan, how important your input is to the process, how you can get involved, plus updates on some big road construction projects.
Colorado Springs Police Chief Vince Niski joined us to talk about the traffic safety concern in our community. Teaming up with El Paso County Sheriff’s office and State Patrol, Chief Niski talks about traffic statistics, increased enforcement, red light cameras and more.
The Council of Neighbors and Organizations invites you to celebrate the first day of summer and getting ready for NeighborUp! Month. The event is free and open to the public. Bring the whole family for music, games, kids activities and lots of food!
Ranger Kent Chaney from Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain, talks about the history of the mountain. Some fun facts you may not know like… do you know why it’s called Devil’s Playground? The latest on the Summit House construction, shuttles, and a lot more.
Getting Space Command in Colorado Springs and Costly Mandates
El Paso County Commission Board Chair, Mark Waller, explains why he hopes Space Command will locate in Colorado Springs and discusses costly state mandates.
City of Fountain, First Annual Community Veteran's Fair
City of Fountain Mayor, Gabriel Ortega, talks about an effort one year in the making to serve and support veterans with employment, health and wellness.