Special Coverage

3:25pm

Mon October 7, 2013
Non-Profit in the Spotlight

Non-Profit in the Spotlight: The Manaus Fund, Part 1

"Never do for others what they can do for themselves". This is the underlying philosophy of The Manaus Fund and its founder, George Stranahan. The Manaus Fund operates out of Carbondale's Third Street Center and addresses localized social issues by investing in non-profit organizations and projects in the Roaring Fork Valley. Social entrepreneurship, investment and community involvement are the core values of The Manaus Fund and are essential to the Fund's latest endeavor: The Valley Settlement Project. George Stranahan, Founder of The Manaus Fund and Senior Advisor of the Valley Settlement Project, Ellen Freedman, Executive Director of The Manaus Fund, and Morgan Jacober, Project Director of the Valley Settlement Project are featured in this episode.

For more on The Manaus Fund: http://www.manausfund.org/

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3:23pm

Wed September 25, 2013
Cost of Obamacare

Interactive: How Much Will "Obamacare" Cost You?

Would like to know how the Affordable Care Act aka "Obamacare" is going to affect your health care? Check out this calculator from NPR and the Kaiser Family Foundation:

3:25pm

Wed September 4, 2013
CrossCurrents

CrossCurrents - Haiti School Project Update

Al Cunningham and Richard DeCampo of the Haiti School Project. Also an update from Haiti School Project co-founder Tim Myers from Haiti.

More on the project: http://haitischoolproject.org/

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2:20pm

Wed September 4, 2013

2:47pm

Tue September 3, 2013
Audio Canvas 2013

Audio Canvas - Fall at the Ranch

From the first week of June to Labor Day, Anderson Ranch Arts Center is full of working artists, children's workshops, firing kilns, busy cafe kitchen staff, artist lectures, and a variety of other events on and off the campus (to touch on a few). Anderson Ranch's campus closes down for the first week of September, but the season doesn't stop there. Three more works of intensive workshops and artists-in-residence keep the autumn busy. Nancy Wilhelms, the Executive Director of Anderson Ranch, sat down to explain what exactly happens when the busy weeks of summer come to a close. 

More information on Anderson Ranch can be found here

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