On the show this week Curtis Wackerle, Managing Editor of the Aspen Daily News (http://www.aspendailynews.com) joins us to discuss the top news stories in the Valley.
We talk with Karl Isberg, Editor of the Pagosa Springs Sun (http://www.pagosasun.com/) about the huge West Fork Complex fire burning in southwest Colorado.
Reporter Greg Nickerson joins us from WyoFile (http://wyofile.com/) to talk about the recent annual meeting of the Wyoming Mining Association. It was described by one participant as “like a funeral.”
The Senior Editor of the National Review (http://www.nationalreview.com,) Ramesh Ponnuru was in town this week for Aspen Ideas and to talk with Pitkin County Republicans. He speaks to us about rebuilding the GOP.
NPR has moved into its new building and already conservative critics are calling the studios extravagant and a waste of taxpayer money. We ask NPR’s Marketing Director, Emma Carrasco, about the new digs.
On the Download Aspen Public Radio’s Digital Content Manager Rob St. Mary interviews Tony Fadell, designer of the iPod about his new creation; a smart (and good looking) thermostat.