Arts & Life

3:44am

Sun July 1, 2012
Americandy: Sweet Land Of Liberty

In 'Sponge Candy Crescent,' Addicts Hoard 'Heaven'

Originally published on Fri July 13, 2012 9:09 am

To get their summertime fix, sponge candy lovers on the shore of Lake Erie have to plan in advance.
Melisa Goh NPR

The eastern shore of Lake Erie is known as the "Sponge Candy Crescent." During the region's long winter months, this crunchy, chocolatey candy is a mainstay — especially for large gatherings and holidays. But come hot weather, you can't get the temperamental treat.

Ko-Ed Candies sells a lot of chocolate Easter bunnies, candy bars and other sweets, but co-owner Sandy Whitt says her customers mostly crave sponge candy.

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6:00am

Sat June 30, 2012
Garden Report

Shopping for Shrubs? Go For a Native Plant

Russian sage
Andrew Petro Creative Commons/Flickr

Anyone looking to add a colorful, drought-tolerant shrub to their landscaping may want to bypass the popular Russian Sage in favor of a Rocky Mountain native plant. KUNC Gardener Tom Throgmorton explains why...

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6:00am

Fri June 29, 2012
Arts & Culture

KUNC Entertainment Report

The Stampede, Shakespeare, great music, theater and celebrations along Colorado’s Front Range and in the mountains this weekend.

The Colorado Shakespeare Festival presents Noises Off tonight at 7:30 at the University Theatre and Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night at 8pm tomorrow night  at the Mary Rippon outdoor Theatre on the CU campus in Boulder

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11:24am

Sun June 24, 2012
Movies I've Seen A Million Times

The Movie Anthony Mackie's 'Seen A Million Times'

Originally published on Sun June 24, 2012 5:11 pm

Kelly McGillis, left, and Tom Cruise star in the 1986 film, "Top Gun." (AP Photo/Paramount Pictures)
ASSOCIATED PRESS

The weekends on All Things Considered series Movies I've Seen a Million Times features filmmakers, actors, writers and directors talking about the movies that they never get tired of watching.

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6:00am

Sat June 23, 2012
Garden Report

Cruel Summer: Gardening in a Hot Season

Roger H. Goun Creative Commons/Flickr

It’s fairly clear we’re going to have a hot summer along the Front Range. KUNC Gardener Tom Throgmorton says the key to maintaining a beautiful garden is knowing which plants thrive in the heat, and which ones will wither and die.

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