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The History of KAJX - Part 2

Interviews with Sy Coleman, Michael Stranahan and Andrea Young.

The History of KAJX - Part 1

Interviews with Sy Coleman, Michael Stranahan and Andrea Young

The USA Pro Challenge is making its way across the state. On Wednesday, crowds lined Rabbit Ears Pass as the cyclists made their way into Steamboat Springs.

Charles Paterson was born Karl Schanzer in Vienna, Austria in 1929 and now lives in Aspen, Colorado. An architectural designer, Paterson was one of the last apprentices to train under Frank Lloyd Wright. His coauthor and daughter Carrie Paterson is an artist, writer, and editor for Artillery: Killer Text on Art. She lives in Los Angeles.

Senator John McCain (R-AZ) speaks with the Aspen Institute's Executive Vice President Elliot Gerson as part of the Hurst Lecture Series.

Rob St. Mary

NPR International Correspondent Deborah Amos met with listeners and shared her experiences covering the on-going conflict in Syria on Wednesday, August 7th, 2013 at the Third Street Center in Carbondale. Deborah Amos was interviewed by former NPR Senior Foreign Desk Editor Loren Jenkins.

2013 Aspen Public Radio Listener Survey

Aug 5, 2013

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NPR hosts are known for their great stories and, sometimes, their unusual names. Aspen Public Radio's Rob St. Mary introduces you to an Aspen area writer and comedian who decided to have some fun with his love of public radio.


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