Sun June 29, 2014


Sat June 28, 2014
Music Interviews

Ani Cordero Pays Tribute To The History Of Latin Protest Music

Originally published on Sat June 28, 2014 4:22 pm

Ani Cordero's new album is Recordar: Latin American Songs Of Love And Protest.
Erin Patrice O'Brien Courtesy of the artist

New York's Ani Cordero was one of the founding members of the Latin rock band Pistolera. On her new solo album, she's unplugged — but no less powerful.

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Mon June 23, 2014


Mon June 23, 2014

CDOT To Start Work On I-70 Shoulder Express Lane In Fall

Winter congestion on I-70 Westbound
Colorado Department of Transportation Used With Permission

After the high of a powder-perfect ski weekend, Colorado downhillers returning to the Front Range often face the buzzkill of a traffic-clogged I-70 eastbound trip.

The state's Department of Transportation will start construction on a solution to that problem in a few months, spokeswoman Amy Ford said.

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Sat June 21, 2014
marc on the blues

Robben Ford is Very Much the Blues Renaissance Man

Miles Davis et Robben Ford in 1986 at Montreux Jazz Festival.
Jean Fortunet Wikimedia - Creative Commons

Robben Ford is primarily known as a very fine Blues guitarist, but his musical resume is more varied than a lot of people. Over the years he has worked with no less of luminaries than Charlie Musselwhite, Joni Mitchell, Jimmy Witherspoon, Tom Scott, George Harrison and Miles Davis. Oh my!

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