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3:48 pm
Tue June 10, 2014

The 80 Coolest Things in Jazz Today – includes KUVO

80th Anniversary edition of DownBeat Magazine

To honor their 80th anniversary, DownBeat Magazine celebrates the present and looks toward the future of jazz with a special 80th Anniversary Collector's Edition. Listing 80 people, places and things that illustrate why jazz remains such a vibrant art form in 2014. In the category for, "Five Reasons to Love Jazz Radio" KUVO Denver was listed with KKJZ, KJAZZ, California State University, Long Beach, WWOZ, New Orleans, WBGO, Newark, N.J. ,and Real jazz, Sirius XM Radio.  

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4:20 pm
Wed May 28, 2014

International Recognition for KUVO!

This cool little public media station has an international audience and was recognized by The Telegraph, one of the United Kingdom's top media outlets. READ THE STORY!

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2:01 pm
Wed May 28, 2014

RIP Maya Angelou @86. 1928-2014

Read about Maya's extraordinary accomplishments and amazingly multifaceted life here:   maya-angelou-poet-activist-and-singular-storyteller-dies-at-86

Music
10:43 am
Tue May 27, 2014

Herb Jeffries Dead: Jazz Singer & Actor Dies At 100. Has a Denver Memorial!

Herb Jeffries Dead: Jazz Singer And Actor Known As 'The Bronze Buckaroo' Dies At 100 Here in Denver, "The Bronze Buckaroo" has a star on the Walk of Fame along the entrance walk at The Black American West Museum and Heritage Center.  Herb Jeffries  was born in Detroit to a racially mixed couple, referring to himself in a 2004 interview with The Oklahoman as "an Italian-looking mongrel with a percentage of Ethiopian blood, which enabled me to get work with Black orchestras."  He sang with the Earl "Fatha" Hines  and Duke Ellingto

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9:09 pm
Sat May 10, 2014

Untreated: How Ignoring Mental Illness Cost Us All

Rocky Mountain PBS I-News

ROCKY MOUNTAIN PBS I-NEWS Mental illness in Colorado costs some $5.4 billion each year – or about $1,000 for every resident of the state, according to an analysis by Rocky Mountain PBS I-News. A large part of these costs are related to untreated mental illness.

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