Vagrom Reports broadcast on Denver Open Media Radio 92.9 FM, 89.3 HD3, and streaming online at DenverOpenMedia dot org 5pm Mile High Time Thursdays.
In this week’s blogpost:
Evidence that the coal industry predicted climate change in the 1960s;
How homeless advocates are making progress on the Western Slope;
And a preview of Denver artist Lee Clark Allen
Documents Show Coal Industry Knew Climate Impacts in 1960s
As court proceedings continue against ExxonMobil on claims the company misled investors about the risks of climate change, a recently discovered journal suggests the coal industry knew about the potentially catastrophic impacts of burning coal as early as 1966. Click to listen or read the full report.
Preview Lee Clark Allen Tonight at 5pm on Denver Open Media Radio 92.9FM, 89.3 HD3
Denver artist Lee Clark Allen. Originally from Little Rock, Arkansas, Allen describes his musical style as a fusion of Soul, RnB, Neo-Soul, Blues, Gospel, Rock, Funk, and Jazz and Hip Hop. Allen has drawn comparisons to John Legend, Donny Hathaway, Marvin Gaye, Isaac Hayes, and more.
You can catch Allen Friday December 13th at the Walnut Room. This week's Vagrom Reports broadcast features a preview of Allen's work, and you can find a lot more on his Google Play page.
Grand Junction "Doing Better" on Western Slope
Denver’s homeless newspaper, the Denver Voice, reports that after voters overwhelmingly rejected a law that would have overturned the city’s eight-year camping ban, people experiencing homeless are still waiting for opponents, including the Downtown Denver Partnership, to make good on their promise “We can do better.”Click to read the full report.
You can read more about what’s working in Grand Junction, and the challenges that remain, by purchasing a copy of the newspaper from one of dozens of vendors around town. Or, at the Denver Voice website DenverVoice.org
Chill Your Holidaze
Holidays can be stressful, but Vagrom has an all-natural, chill prescription for any funny uncles and office party small talk frets alike: Season One of the star-studded, commercial free podcast Vagrom Eclectic.
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