Winter Stoke Film Festival – Calling Local Filmmakers!

Calling all local film makers, the Second Annual Winter Stoke Film Festival is on!



Submit your 1-3 minute video and win a 2017-18 Season Pass to Sunlight Mountain Resort. Your edit on the BIG screen. Anyone can enter. Share your stoke!

Submit Films @: https://winterstoke.org/

Three finalists will be chosen for each venue,and the audiences will vote for their favorite Winter Stoke Film. The winner receives a free 2017-18 Season Pass to Sunlight Mountain Resort AND a prestigious Golden Boot Award. All finalists receive 2 lift tickets to Sunlight. Deadline to enter is Nov. 7, 2017!

Buy Tickets for the Event @: http://sunlightmtn.com/plan-your-trip/buy-tickets

 

Artist Profile – Local Rapper Andy Pablo

The Artist Profile returns with local rapper from The 970, Andy Pablo! This episode promotes his first independent EP release titled “Still Learning.”

 

Andy comes from Vail, Colorado and is currently attending college at Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood Springs, CO. He has been writing songs and rapping since the age of 17. He spent the last year writing a few brand new songs, and well as re-using and repurposing some old lyrics. These efforts manifested in the release of his first EP, “Still Learning”

Andy studies some of his favorite rappers for inspiration, examples include Erick the Architect from Flatbush Zombies, Joey Bada$$, and Logic.

This interview features the track “Don’t Trust,” one of the darker tracks on the EP.  “In my head, trust can’t be reimbursed, so when that gets broken it’s a big thing. When I was writing the song it helped me to project what I was feeling without harming those people that burned me. There’s no sense in vengeance and revenge.” 

Andy believes that MCs should address and promote positivity, equality, and love. He says that these things are in people’s minds, but believes they should be more of a focus.

Find Andy Pablo on soundcloud at soundcloud.com/andypablo-lod

For more interviews of local rappers, bands, and musicians head to our Artist Profile playlist on soundcloud!

Local Artist Andrew Herrera (Andy P) Releases New Mixtape

Andrew Herrera, a local artist and CMC student, just released his new mixtape “Still learning”. 

“Still Learning is about a lot of the struggles I’ve been through that have impacted me emotionally, physically, and mentally and just through these struggles I’ve been able to express what I’m feeling solely through the mic. Music is my passion and I don’t know where I would be with out it! A huge Thank You to all the producers that are humble enough to put free beats out there for people like me to hop on and use for non-profit use. Collaboration is key and without the help of these producers this EP/Mixtape would be absolutely nothing, so I thank you once again! Lots of Determination.” -Andrew Herrera

Don’t forget to follow him on Soundcloud >>> Andy Pablo

 

Because Of You – Steve Mccarney, Johnny Weiss and Ken Olson

Adrian Fielder, Assistant Dean of Instruction at Roaring Fork Campus hosts this episode of the podcast. Adrian interviews three gentlemen who started the SolarProgram at Colorado Mountain College.

Listen to hear the story of how CMC’s solar program came into being from the three people who got it started!

Steve McCarney – Director & Project Manager of cold chain solutions at the Solar Electric Light Fund. self.org/team/ 

Johnny Weiss – Principal of Johnny Weiss Solar Consulting johnnyweiss-solar.com/ and Co-Founder of Solar Energy International

Ken Olson – CEO, Owner and President of Sol Energy sol-energy.us/
and Co-Founder of Solar Energy International

www.solarenergy.org

This series of programs is based around interviews with people who have done amazing things and have been an integral part of CMC’s 50 year history. To hear more head to RadioCMC.com/podcasts

Summer Science Fair Interviews – Aspen Science Center

Listen to our live interviews from our day at the Summer Science Fair put on by the Aspen Science Center.


David Houggy

President of the Aspen Science Center. He believes that we need more science education in this country for both kids and adults. He says that kids need to be able to explore in a hands-on way at their own pace, following their natural instincts and curiosity.


Josh Eskin

Principal engineer for Ball Corporation’s Aerospace division located in Boulder, Colorado. Josh was at the Science Fair demonstrating information on the James-Webb space telescope which he describes as the “next big space telescope” to be launched.


STEPHANIE LUKOWSKI

Paleontologist at the Ice Age Discovery Center In Snowmass Village, Colorado. The Snowmastodon Site is one of the largest fossil discoveries in Colorado history, the world’s most significant mastodon find, and a remarkably complete record of climate change between 140,000-45,000 years ago.


ROBERT MARTIN

Dean of Communication, Art, & Media at Colorado Mountain College. He spent the day with us at the science fair demoing the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Samsung VR headsets.

Click here for the full list of interviews!


More about Aspen Science Center:

The Aspen Science Center’s mission is:

“To advance the public understanding of science through lifelong discovery, exploration and education.”

“Science is an indispensable tool for understanding our world, becoming an informed citizen, and enriching people’s lives. In today’s world, each citizen must have a solid base in the understanding of, and appreciation for, scientific concepts and their essential role in the betterment of humankind.

The Aspen Science Center was formed to offer teachers, students, and the larger community a vital center of instruction in and exploration of science, and a resource for science literacy.”

Click on the link to learn more about Aspen Science Center!
aspensciencecenter.org

Small Business Spotlight – Challenge Aspen Military Opportunities

Small Business Spotlight features the people and stories of the small business community in the roaring fork valley. This episode features John Klonowski, Director of Challenge Aspen Military Opportunities (CAMO).

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John Klonowski – Director of CAMO (Challenge Aspen Military Opportunities)

CAMO provides adaptive therapeutic recreation and wellness experiences for military personnel diagnosed with cognitive and/or physical disabilities. CAMO offers an opportunity for veterans, their spouses/partners and caregivers to reconnect with outdoor recreation activities through professional adaptive instruction for summer and winter sports.

Click on the link to see what CAMO does:
mentalhealthchannel.tv/episode/new-heights

More about John:

John’s passion for sharing the beauty and serenity of the mountains through recreational therapy to injured military personnel translated into directing the Challenge Aspen Military Opportunities program. In the first year under John’s direction, the CAMO program served over 150 injured service men and women from all branches of the United States military.

With an eye on the future, John’s goal is to build community partnerships through CAMO participant; a greater awareness of the issues our injured service men and women face upon their return to civilian life; and, future partnerships with local and national business partners.  Read more at challengeaspen.org/staff

Listen to more Small Business Spotlight episodes at radiocmc.com/podcasts

Because Of You Podcast – Doug Stewart – Director of Marketing

This episode of the podcast covers a range of topics from the early days of CMC’s marketing department, the brand identity of the college and its authentic marketing messages that have been cultivated over the years.

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Lucas Turner and Doug Stewart

Doug got his start at CMC in the Professional Photography program the 1984. He did various writing and photography jobs after graduation, including helping with the brand new marketing department at Colorado Mountain College.

“Working for CMC allowed me to live in a beautiful place that I love and raise my family. I love the outdoors and everything mountains. It also gave me a good job where I enjoy the people I work with, and I agree with the mission.

I’ve always felt extremely fortunate that I was able to work at Colorado Mountain College, contribute to its mission, contribute to the community, and live a lifestyle that’s hard to beat anywhere.”

More from the episode:

One thing from a marketing perspective that Doug says he’d like to see change is the perception of Colorado Mountain College as a “less than” school. He thinks that we should try to get parents and students and counselors and high school teachers to recognize that we send people to ivy league schools directly from here, we send people to Cambridge in England directly form here, we send people to work on their PHDs at Cornell that are full bright scholars, those are our students.

“We’re never going to have the reputation of Harvard or Yale or any of those, but there’s a different category that we fit it, that really does deliver a solid education and prepares you for whatever else you’ll do. I’d love to have that be the top of mind thought for people when they think of Colorado Mountain College, because it’s true.”

Doug Stewart

Listen to more Because of You Podcasts at radiocmc.com/podcasts

Aspen Entrepreneurs – Aspen 82 – Spencer McKnight & David Cook

Episode 6 of the Aspen Entrepreneurs Podcast with Spencer McKnight and David Cook of Aspen 82

 

Spencer McKnight and David Cook co-founded Aspen 82 and 82 Productions. Their “82 Crew” are made up of the best videographers, editors and producers in the Roaring Fork Valley. They handle productions from a single camera interview to an eight camera music concert. Listen to their stories of starting a media business in the Roaring Fork Valley and the challenges associated with the industry. They also discuss work-life balance, managing a team, client expectations, and much more!

This Episode is hosted by Skippy Mesirow.


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Spencer McKnight

Spencer McKnight has been in the television and video production business in Aspen for over 9 years and is the co-founder and co-owner of Aspen 82 and 82 Productions. He specializes in taking the client’s vision and bringing it to life.

 

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David Cook

David Cook is good at launching things, just not rockets. He’s developed newspaper, radio, web and television in the Roaring Fork Valley, and currently is co-owner of Aspen 82. He serves on the board of The Buddy Program and Jazz Aspen Snowmass.

 


Artist Profile – Let Them Roar – Mountain Folk Music

Episode 30 of the Artist Profile features the LET THEM ROAR from Carbondale Colorado.

Let Them Roar (photo by Lewis Cooper)

Let them Roar is a band from Carbondale Colorado that has been playing since 2010. They join Lucas Turner in the studio to play some songs and talk about songwriting, practice, recording, and following your passion!

Follow them on Facebook for more updates! >> Follow Let Them Roar

Listen to more Artist Profiles at: https://soundcloud.com/radiocmc/sets/weekly-artist-profile

More about LET THEM ROAR

LET THEM ROAR began with Olivia Pevec, Frank Martin, Mateo Sandate, and Bob Dylan. It turned a bit country because Olivia’s voice was twangy from doing ranch work, and the boys know great music when they hear it. Soon Ashton Taufer , a Berklee man on bass, and Aaron Taylor, jazz drummer extraordinaire joined in for a show at Steve’s Guitars in Carbondale Colorado.

A band was most certainly born! LET THEM ROAR has played Carbondales’ Mountain Fair, Potato Days Fest, Sopris Music Fest, Glenwoods’ Summer Series of Music, Strawberry Days Fest, Fruita Fall Festival, Red-White-Brews Fest, the PAC 3, and the Belly Up Aspen.

LEARN MORE AT www.letthemroar.com/

Aspen Real Life – Megan Bryant – Shining Stars Foundation

In this episode of the Aspen Real Life podcast, Jillian sits down with Megan Bryant, Director of Outreach and Development for The Shining Stars Foundation, talks of one of their major fundraisers this summer, Wine, Women & Shoes, taking place July 6th, 2017.

Shining Stars Foundation is an Aspen-based nonprofit that has given hope to over 700 pediatric cancer patients and their families nationwide, through 60+ annual events and programs. At Shining Stars, they help kids move from simply surviving cancer to truly living again. Attend a great event and change a life!

 

The Shining Stars Foundation provides year-round services centered around unique recreational and social activities, including: adaptive skiing/snowboarding, outdoor education, adventure sports, music, cultural and community events, animal based therapy, and more. Services are delivered through overnight, week-long programs and single day events.

To learn more about Shining Stars head to shiningstarsfoundation.org

For more Aspen Real Life content, visit: aspenreallife.com

To hear more RadioCMC podcasts go to radiocmc.com/podcasts