Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center talks about different Behavioral Health Programs, including non-traditional therapies like Art Therapy. Veteran Isaac Torres talks about how Art Therapy helped him. And, COO Bob McLaughlin talks about the Colorado Veterans Legislative Summit happening on September 20th.
View the artwork of Army Veteran and college student Isaac Torres online at:
This week Justin invites Jory Vose, a young friend and 7th grader, onto the show to ask Justin those question all 7th graders and adults alike want to know about the local real estate market!
Rob talks with Troy Renck Broncos insider from the Denver Channel about the Broncos and Rockies.
Larry Ledom and Greg Budwine, The Truck Guys, talk about keeping your truck, SUV, crossover and car's fuel systems clean, and, getting your vehicle ready for fall. Ledom's isn't just trucks! They do SUV and Crossovers too!
Pikes Peak International Raceway holds huge event!
Camp Bow Wow opens a 2nd location!
In this edition of Table Talk with Theresa Farney presented by Ranch Foods Direct:
Debbie Hinnen, advanced practice nurse and certified diabetes educator, Memorial Hospital Out Patient Diabetes Clinic University of Colorado Health, talks about the Community Diabetes Expo at Penrose Cancer Center, 2222 N. Nevada Ave. 9 a.m. to noon Sept. 22. The event is free. Details: 776-5536, tinyurl.com/yc2q6wr2.
Drew Shader, owner of Denver-based Atomic Provisions, the parent company of Denver Biscuit Co., Fat Sully’s and Atomic Cowboy, talks about the opening of the fourth location of the eatery at 528 S. Tejon St. in the former Southside Johnny’s. It’s three concepts under one roof: Denver Biscuit Co. serving biscuits and gravy 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Fat Sully’s NY Pizza serving New York-style pizzas 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.; and Atomic Cowboy is the bar. Details: 208-4770, atomiccowboy.net.
Suwanna Sumnieng Meyer, owner of Chaang Thai – Inspired Thai Cuisine, 7525 N. Academy Blvd., talks about her eatery and her Bangkok Street Food event noon to 3 p.m. Oct. 14. For $20 see a cooking demonstration and sample Thai boat noodles, grill pork with sticky rice, pad Thai , crying tiger, papaya salad, Thai special dessert and Thai ice tea. Three sessions: noon to 1 p.m., 1 to 2 p.m. and 2 to 3 p.m. Tickets at tinyurl.com/ya2fg5cf. Details: 594-4471, chaangthaicos.com.
Mario Vasquez, executive chef and co-owner, Colorado Craft Tejon Street Social, 15 S. Tejon St., talks about his vast culinary background, new menu and bar drinks and upcoming events at the eatery. Details: 428-3002, coloradocraftsocial.com.
Bell & Pollock talk 7 ways to wreck your injury claim.
This weeks show focuses on "Self Employed Borrowers". Jay has great news! The loans are back! For 10 years self employed workers have been cut out of the Real estate market. Not anymore, the loans are back!
In this edition, Deborah asks an important question: "Do you want to be a realtor?" She looks at what it takes to be a successful realtor and make a comfortable living. Listen and Learn!
In this edition of Veteran's Voice with Mike Lewis:
Partners on Point features Nicole Holling, Mt. Carmel Director of Veteran & Family Resources and Liz Foster, Financial Coach with the Pikes Peak Workforce Center are in studio to talk about a variety of ways they are able to provide a hand-up without duplicating other community services; and most often working in close partnership help clients.
For our Featured Spotlight, U.S. Marine Lt. Col. Mark Shuster & his wife Mary who both give back to the Veteran community in a big way in Colorado Springs.
And in Happenings, no-cost retreats; a big USAA veteran hiring event; the MilSpouse Career Program; IndyGives campaign; career counseling workshops and more!
The Veteran's Voice Podcast with Mike Lewis publishes on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month at 08:00. Get the podcast at krdonewsradio.podbean.com
This edition of Business Week in Review with Jeff Beauprez: to cloud or not to cloud... with recent breaches is the cloud secure? Russ Rogers, Chief Researcher for Microsoft, joins Jeff to talk about that and how to set your company up properly. Byron McCurdy is in to talk about HR and issues companies face and must deal with. Tech and Business Bites are also in the offing.
Julianne Harris invites her best friend and fellow former Bible school student, Sharon, from Africa, to join her in studio. They discuss Abraham and how God called him to service.
Karen Conrad continues explaining why it's important to have a plan when making your vision into a reality.
Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce Oktober Fest 2018
Old Colorado City Historical Society Haunted History Tours
Lindsey Litton and Ashton Reagin.
He we gooooooooo...... Time to listen to our 2nd show and let us know what you thought or post questions you’d like brought up and answered on next week's broadcast.
The Finish Line with Randy Martinez and Ashley Guito airs Wednesday evenings at 7:00 on KRDO Newsradio. Listen live at KRDO.com or on-demand right here at KRDONewsradio.podbean.com
September is National Preparedness Month and Capt. Josh Bartlett from the Colorado Springs Fire Department and Lt. Cari Graves from the Colorado Springs Police Department talk about evacuating in an emergency, how to get notified, and more.
Lindsey Litton and Victoria Griggs.
Linsey Litton and Dr. Bonnie May.
Maile Gray from Drive Smart Colorado talks about the almost record breaking number of traffic fatalities in Colorado Springs, the leading causes of those fatalities, programs offered across the state and a lot more.
Colorado Springs City Council President Richard Skorman talks about the amendment to the creek side camping ban to increase the fine for littering, a possible short term rental ordinance, and deer overpopulation and a possible fine for feeding wildlife.
Bell & Pollock go through the mailbag and answer your questions.
In this edition of Table Talk with Teresa Farney presented by Ranch Foods Direct;
Kelly Bubach, owner of Urban Steam, 1025 S. Sierra Madre St., is joined by Christi Nickey, chef at the eatery, to talk about new menu items at the craft coffee house, full table service and some renovations. Details: 473-7832, urbansteam.com.
Wendy Wilkinson, owner of Wilkinson Brown agency, is joined by Sharon Palmer, co-owner of Swirl, 717 Manitou Ave., Manitou Springs, to talk about Fall Wine Walk in Manitou Springs, 5 to 9 p.m., Sept. 20. Cost is $50 for nine short pours, lite bites, and some wine education at three wine destinations. Visit tinyurl.com/y94t7n3w for tickets.
Jay Gust, president and chef at Ascent Restaurant Group, talks about his restaurants including: Tapateria, Pizzeria Rustica and Smørbrød. He will tell about the diverse menus offered at each place, wine and beer dinners and how his culinary career has progressed.
Britni Nail, who with her mother, Jenny Kottmeyer, owns Decadent Dessert Bar, 13375 Voyager Pkwy., talks about the chic new spot that offers something sweet for every age. Hours are 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays. Details: 800-2233, decadentco.com.
In this edition, Deborah takes a close look at price reductions in the real estate market and what this means to you, the buyer and or sellers.
Today's lesson on God's love Julianne Harris finishes up "The Great Flood" and then she tells the story about the "Tower of Bable".
Karen explains a value proposition and how to work within your strategy.
IT'S NEW and it's all about putting the 'style' in your automotive life! Join Randy Martinez and Ashley Murray Guinto for The Finish Line tonight at 7:00 and every Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.! A Bugatti made of Legos; stupid insurance fraud tricks; a little inspiration and a few events coming up. Enjoy!
The Finish Line airs Wednesday evenings at 7:00 on KRDO Newsradio. Listen live at KRDO.com and on-demand at krdonewsradio.podbean.com