Could backwards thinking actually be beneficial when it comes to treating pain? It might. KUNC commentator Dr. Marc Ringel has more.
The boy who lived across the street when I was growing up was a lot of fun. He was into games. We played constantly, everything from chess to Wiffle Ball. Among the more unusual pastimes-in-a-box I shared with Elliott was a series of tasks you did while watching your hands in a mirror, things like: tracing a line on a sheet of paper, stacking blocks, and hanging items on a tippy little horizontal bar.
The Occupy Denver movement will focus its efforts in Loveland today, demonstrating outside a Wal-Mart distribution center. It’s part of a larger nationwide effort today that will target the West Coast’s shipping ports.
Tower crew working on bolting the auxiliary antenna in place on the undamaged section of the tower. The auxiliary replaces the damaged main, which was cut in half by the wind storm on Nov. 13th.
On Nov. 13th high winds in Northern Colorado toppled part of the tower at the KUNC main transmitter and severely damaged the main antenna. We are happy to report that the installation of the auxiliary antenna on Wednesday and Thursday (Dec 7th & 8th) went well. Final adjustments of the antenna were completed today.
Tis the Season! Celebrating Hannukah with the Klezmatics 'Woody Guthrie's Happy Hoyus Hanukh, ' the Solstice with an old favorite by Dar Williams, and celebrating Christmas with a She and Him Christmas.'
Northern Colorado’s largest water provider is proposing new regulations governing the use of its water to hydraulically fracture oil and gas wells. The move comes as many cities and towns in the area have been leasing water to energy companies for fracking.