Rising Stars: How do up-and-coming music groups “get the edge” -- in a dog-eat-dog entertainment business? The budding success of Colorado’s all-sister-quartet, SHEL, comes from the synergy of 1--their natural talent and classical training, 2--a Grammy-winning producer, and 3--lucky national exposure. But as KUNC’s Peter Johnson reports, it all started at home.
New York-based Arrow Electronics is relocating its corporate headquarters to Colorado for a number of reasons; one of them a tax incentive package offered by the state. KUNC's Kirk Siegler looks at whether these types of investments pay off.
Joy Williams & John Paul White on stage at the 2011 Rocky Mountain Folks Festival.
How do you celebrate a meteoric rise to the top and a HUGE 2011? If you're the duo known as The Civil Wars, you head to the Boulder Theater to tape eTown and cover Micheal Jackson. Also in eTown this weekend, multi-instrumentalist Sarah Jarosz. Tune in Sat @ 3!
As was the case ten years ago a court will have the final say in how the state’s congressional districts are drawn. The process happens every decade based on updated population figures from the census. But lawmakers failed to agree on a plan during the legislative session. KUNC’s Brian Larson spoke to Colorado Statesman Publisher Jody Hope Strogoff about the pending hearing.