February 2, 2012 Kvetchers: Chloe Payne ‘Squeezebox’
Flashback! It’s been two years since Kvetchers was unleashed on an unsuspecting Portland.

November 20, 2013 Mountain Daylight Time: Closure, Legacy AUDIO PODCAST 7:27

November 6, 2013 Mountain Daylight Time: Killing the President AUDIO PODCAST 6:57

November 01, 2013 Ann Perkins-Parrott: The president, shot and killed in Dallas AUDIO PODCAST PREVIEW 2:42
Ann Perkins-Parrott is a bookstore owner, community activist, publisher and journalist living in Durango, Colo.
She was a junior high school student in Beaumont, Texas, when she heard President John F. Kennedy had been killed.

November 01, 2013 Ann Perkins-Parrott: Progressive legacy AUDIO PODCAST PREVIEW 1:17
If the government lies about war crimes and covert surveillance of allies and citizens, if elected representatives
in Congress uses its power for personal political gain, is any information issued from Washington, D.C., credible?

October 31, 2013 Djelloul Marbrook: Challenge to corporate America AUDIO PODCAST PREVIEW 1:43
Robert F. Kennedy followed in his brother’s footsteps, taking radicalism to the mainstream.

October 30, 2013 Djelloul Marbrook: War Inc. AUDIO PODCAST PREVIEW 2:03
John F. Kennedy was opposed to the military industrial complex before Eisenhower had given it a name.

October 30, 2013 Thomas Roberdeau: Closure AUDIO PODCAST PREVIEW 3:34
Former Texas Gov. John Connally was a hunter. If he says there were more than three shots, we believe him.

October 29, 2013 Dennis Morrisseau: Coup d’etat AUDIO PODCAST PREVIEW 2:36
Morrisseau places banking cabal among enemies, describes LBJ’s first executive order.

October 29, 2013 Djelloul Marbrook: Bantering with JFK AUDIO PODCAST PREVIEW 3:12
Djelloul Marbrook was a young reporter and photographer for the Providence (R.I.) Journal
during the Kennedy Administration. He remembers the time at Quonset Point Naval Air Station
during a news conference when President John F. Kennedy took the time to answer a question.

October 28, 2013 Thomas Roberdeau: Plots against Castro, Jackie’s courage AUDIO PODCAST PREVIEW 2:38
Thomas Roberdeau on CIA plots to kill Cuban leader Fidel Castro.

October 28, 2013 Thomas Roberdeau: Unprepared for unprecedented violence AUDIO PODCAST PREVIEW 1:00
Thomas Roberdeau comments on the lack of effective security in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963.

October 28, 2013 Dennis Morrisseau: Chicago, Organized Crime, Big Banks AUDIO PODCAST PREVIEW 2:22
Political theorist and organizer Dennis Morriseau discusses the making of powerful enemies.

October 27, 2013 Djelloul Marbrook: On hearing news of the crime AUDIO PODCAST PREVIEW 3:27
In November 1963, novelist and poet Djelloul Marbrook was a reporter and photographer for the Providence (R.I.) Journal

October 26, 2013 Thomas Roberdeau: Oswald & the hunger for infamy AUDIO PODCAST PREVIEW 2:08
Screenwriter, novelist, actor and poet Thomas Roberdeau discusses how Dallas Police Officer J.D. Tippit
found himself in the wrong place at the wrong time at a pivotal moment in American history
in this excerpt from the coming Mountain Daylight Time episodes on the Kennedy assassination.

Oct 20, 2013 Mountain Daylight Time ‘Candyman’ AUDIO PODCAST PREVIEW 7:24
With Jess Kelley in Durango, Colo., and Evan Brock in Bryan, Ohio


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Oct 8, 2013 Obama keeps pressure on Boehner, GOP Washington Times

Oct 8, 2013 ‘Imperfect intelligence’ cited in botched Somalia raid The New York Times

Oct. 5, 2013 U.S. targets al-Qaida, Shabab leaders in Libya, Somalia Los Angeles Times

Oct. 4, 2013 Vo Nguyen Giap, North Vietnamese commander, dies at 102 Int’l Herald Tribune

Oct. 4, 2013 Fred Barnes: Boehner in charge Weekly Standard

Oct. 4, 2013 Ryan Lizza: Boehner’s bait and switch The New Yorker

Oct. 1, 2013 Senate kills latest shutdown offer as effects begin to be felt Washington Times

Oct. 1, 2013 Federal government closes for first time in 17 years The Washington Post

Oct. 1, 2013 After the shutdown: The debt ceiling The New Yorker

Oct. 1, 2013 Don’t blame Tea Party for shutdown — It’s Boehner New Republic

Sept. 30, 2013 Al-Qaida gunmen overrun Yemen air base The Durango Herald

Sept. 30, 2013 Andy Borowitz: Boehner advises against getting sick The New Yorker

Sept. 29, 2013 Qaeda plot leak undermines U.S. intelligence The New York Times

Sept. 28, 2013 NSA gathers data on U.S. citizens’ social connections The Washington Post

Sept. 28, 2013 U.S. shutdown near as House votes to delay health care bill The New York Times

Sept. 28, 2013 No. 2 U.S. nuke commander suspended amid criminal probe New York Post

Sept. 28, 2013House GOP to propose one-year Obamacare delay Washington Times

Sept. 27, 2013 Eric Schlosser: How safe is the world now? (Video) The Economist

Sept. 27, 2013 Your false equivalence guide to the days ahead The Atlantic

Sept. 27, 2013 Obama, Iranian president speak by phone The Washington Post

Sept. 27, 2013 In Tehran, phone call good as a handshake The New York Times

Sept. 26, 2013 Krauthammer: The Iranian ‘moderate’ National Review

Sept. 30, 2013 Dexter Filkins: A shadow commander The New Yorker

Sept. 26, 2013 First cases of flesh-eating drug Krokodil reach U.S. Fox News

Sept. 26, 2013 IOC ‘fully satisfied’ with Russia’s anti-gay law San Francisco Chronicle

Sept. 26, 2013 House GOP offers plan to avert government shutdown The Washington Post

Sept. 26, 2013 Fred Barnes: Economic malpractice Weekly Standard

Sept. 26, 2013 Ted Cruz is a wacko bird of his party's own making New Republic

Sept. 25, 2013 Cruz ends anti-Obamacare talkathon after 21 hours The Washington Post

Sept. 25, 2013 Kristol: Ted Cruz has picked the right fight — mostly (Podcast) Weekly Standard

Sept. 25, 2013 Excerpts from Sen. Ted Cruz’s 21-hour speech (Video) The Washington Post

Sept. 24, 2013 The Once and Future World: Nature as it was, as it is, as it could be Harpers

Sept. 24, 2013 Carolyn Cassady dies at 90, wife of Beat legend Neal Cassady Los Angeles Times

Sept. 24, 2013 Obama’s evolving doctrine on foreign policy The New York Times

Sept. 23, 2012 Ted Cruz’s plan to get the America he wants The Nation

Sept. 22, 2013 The American Dream, R.I.P.? The Economist

Sept. 22, 2013 Standoff at Kenyan mall into second day The Guardian

Sept. 30, 2013 From bad to worse Weekly Standard

Sept 20, 2013 U.S. East Coast almost nuked — by accident The Guardian

Sept. 20, 2013 Anatomy of outrage: On the Obamacare resistance The Nation

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Sept. 20, 2013 When they kill a president Former Dallas Deputy Sheriff Roger Craig

Sept. 20, 2013 House passes spending bill cutting health funds The New York Times

Sept. 20, 2013 Saudi princess cleared of human trafficking charges Los Angeles Times

Sept. 20, 2013 Set high standards for Iranian nuclear talks Weekly Standard

Sept. 20, 2013 Iran said to seek nuclear accord to end sanctions The New York Times

Sept. 20, 2013 Why Obama should meet Iran’s new president The New Yorker

Sept. 20, 2013 Fascism rises again in Greece (Audio podcast) The Progressive

Sept. 19, 2013 Iranian president’s op-ed, annotated The Washington Post

Sept. 19, 2013 Vladimir Putin, the neo-Soviet man National Review

Sept. 16, 2013 Holden Caulfield reviews the J.D. Salinger documentary

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Sept. 19, 2013 Syria: Civil War has reached stalemate The Guardian

Sept. 19, 2013 The weakened west The Economist

Sept. 23, 2013 Worse than it looks Weekly Standard

Sept. 22, 1999 Talk-pix exclusive: A volcano is like a woman See For Yourself! (2008 remix)
with Kayoko Ogura and Kiyokazu Furukawa in Kagoshima

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Sept. 19 2013 Iran president blames Israel for regional instability NBC News

Sept. 19, 2013 Japan P.M. inspects wrecked Fukushima reactor plant Japan Times

Sept. 19, 2013 McCain sharply criticizes Putin New York Times

Sept. 11, 2013 Vladimir V. Putin: A plea for caution from Russia New York Times

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Sept. 15, 2013 Everything is a negotiation Washington Post

Sept. 15, 2013 Rescues and reunions amid another round of storms Denver Post

Sept. 15, 2013 Neighbors pull together in flooded Colorado Los Angeles Times

Sept. 15, 2013 If history is any measure, the clock is ticking New York Times

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Sept. 11, 2013 Grim toll of 9/11 still being borne New York Times

Sept. 11, 2013 Snowden: NSA shares unfiltered intelligence with Israel Los Angeles Times

Sept. 11, 2013 Obama: On Syria, we can wait Weekly Standard

Sept. 11, 2013 Push for Syrian intervention is about more than Assad The Nation

Sept. 11, 2013 Obama steps back from the brink New Republic

Sept. 11, 2013 George Packer: A cause already lost The New Yorker

Sept. 11, 2013 Frank Rich: Obama strikes out on Syria New York Magazine

Sept. 11, 2013 A famous victory in Colorado National Review

Sept. 11, 2013 Colorado recalls succeed Associated Press/Durango Herald

Sept. 11, 2013 Colorado Senate president, state senator ousted Denver Post

Sept. 11, 2013 French TV ad mocks JFK assassination Daily News

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Sept. 10, 2013 Amateur Hour: Obama got played by Putin and Assad New Republic

Sept. 9, 2013 Kerry’s Offhand Proposal on Syria Arms Welcomed New York Times

Sept. 9, 2013 Russia to Syria: Give up control of chemical weapons USA Today

Sept. 9, 2013 In Britain, Kerry presses case for Syria strike Los Angeles Times

Sept. 9, 2013 George Packer: Limited options in Syria The New Yorker

Sept. 9, 2013 Obama plans ‘shock and awe’ in Syria The Nation

Sept. 9, 2013 Fred Barnes: Hesitation, Delay and Unreliability Weekly Standard

Sept. 9, 2013 Ex-PM, Tepco execs avoid charges over nuclear disaster Japan Times

Sept. 9, 2013 107-year-old man killed in Arkansas shootout with police The Guardian

Sept. 8, 2013 Assad Denies Gas Attack; White House Presses for a Strike New York Times

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Chinese bombers prompt Japan to scramble jets

Sept. 8, 2013 TOKYO (KYODO) — Japan’s Defense Ministry said Sunday two Chinese H-6 bombers flew round trip from the East China Sea to the Pacific Ocean without violating Japanese airspace the same day after overflying waters between Okinawa islands.

The Japan Air Self-Defense Force scrambled fighter aircraft, the ministry said. It was the first time the ministry has made an announcement after confirming the passing of Chinese bombardment aircraft through a chain of islands off the southwest coast of Japan.

Japan has scrambled fighter jets to head off a number of Chinese military planes since Tokyo put a group of East China Sea islands at the center of a territorial row under state control on Sept. 11, 2012. — Global Post

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Doubts linger over Syria gas attack evidence

Sept. 8, 2013 BEIRUT (AP) The U.S. government insists it has the intelligence to prove it, but the public has yet to see a single piece of concrete evidence produced by U.S. intelligence — no satellite imagery, no transcripts of Syrian military communications — connecting the government of President Bashar Assad to the alleged chemical weapons attack last month that killed hundreds of people.

In its absence, Damascus and its ally Russia have aggressively pushed another scenario: that rebels carried out the Aug. 21 chemical attack. Neither has produced evidence for that case, either. That's left more questions than answers as the U.S. threatens a possible military strike.

The early morning assault in a rebel-held Damascus suburb known as Ghouta was said to be the deadliest chemical weapons attack in Syria's 2½-year civil war. Survivors’ accounts, photographs of many of the dead wrapped peacefully in white sheets and dozens of videos showing victims in spasms and gasping for breath shocked the world and moved President Barack Obama to call for action because the use of chemical weapons crossed the red line he had drawn a year earlier.

Yet one week after Secretary of State John Kerry outlined the case against Assad, Americans — at least those without access to classified reports — haven’t seen a shred of his proof. — Houston Chronicle

Administration drums up support for Syria war

Sept. 7, 2013 WASHINGTON (AP) — Foreign ministers meeting in Lithuania with Secretary of State John Kerry endorsed a “clear and strong response” to an attack they said strongly points to President Bashar Assad’s government. Kerry welcomed the “strong statement about the need for accountability.” But the EU did not specify what an appropriate response would be.

President Barack Obama received an update Saturday afternoon from his chief of staff, Denis McDonough, on the administration's latest outreach to members of Congress, the White House said.

Obama called a bipartisan group of lawmakers on Friday and was expected to make more calls this weekend.

The days ahead represent one of the most intense periods of congressional outreach for Obama, who's not known for investing heavily in consultations with Capitol Hill.

Kerry held talks in Paris with French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, and said a joint news conference that “this is not the time to be silent spectators to slaughter” and “this is not the time to allow a dictator unfettered use of some of the heinous weapons on earth.” — Associated Press

Efforts continue to control Fukushima contamination

Sept. 4, 2013 TOKYO — The government announced Tuesday that it would spend $500 million on new steps to stabilize the plant, including an even bigger project: the construction of a frozen wall to block a flood of groundwater into the contaminated buildings. The government is taking control of the cleanup from the plant’s operator, the Tokyo Electric Power Co.

The triple meltdown at Fukushima in 2011 is already considered the world’s worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl. The new efforts, as risky and technically complex as they are expensive, were developed in response to a series of accidents, miscalculations and delays that have plagued the cleanup effort, making a mockery of the authorities’ early vows to “return the site to an empty field” and leading to the release of enormous quantities of contaminated water. — New York Times

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07 27 2013 Discovery Museum, 8:10 p.m.
Camera: R.H. Alcott in Durango, Colo.

07 27 2013 Main Avenue, 7:44 a.m.
Camera: R.H. Alcott in Durango, Colo.

MOSCOW July 24 — After a month holed up in the transit zone of Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport, Edward J. Snowden, the former intelligence contractor sought by the United States on espionage charges, received a change of clothes and a copy of “Crime and Punishment” during a meeting with his lawyer on Wednesday, but still no clearance to enter Russia.

Mr. Snowden has applied for temporary asylum in Russia, and Russian news agencies had reported earlier on Wednesday that the Russian Federal Migration Service had issued a certificate confirming his application and permitting him to pass through Russian border control. A huge throng of reporters and camera crews gathered at the airport terminal in anticipation of Mr. Snowden’s departure.

But about 6 p.m., Antatoly Kucherena, a Russian lawyer assisting Mr. Snowden with his asylum request, emerged from the transit zone and said that the certificate had not been received.

He did not cite any specific reason for the delay but said officials had informed him that Mr. Snowden’s situation “was not a standard process” and that the paperwork needed to allow him to depart the airport required more time.

Mr. Kucherena said he had met with Mr. Snowden and described him as being in good spirits, with plans to learn Russian. He said he had brought him the copy of “Crime and Punishment.”

The Federal Migration Service declined to comment on the status of Mr. Snowden’s asylum request. He has been staying at the airport’s international transit zone since June 23, having flown here from Hong Kong one step ahead of an extradition request from the United States.
While the bureaucratic process has unfolded slowly, Russian officials, including President Vladimir V. Putin, have made clear that they have no intention of extraditing him to the United States — a position that has infuriated the Obama administration.

Mr. Putin has insisted that Mr. Snowden’s presence in Russia should not harm relations between the two countries, even as the White House has signaled that President Obama, amid mounting frustration, may cancel a planned summit meeting in Moscow in September


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Camera: R.H. Alcott in Durango, Colo.


NEW YORK July 23 — Disgraced former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner resisted calls to withdraw from the New York City mayoral race Tuesday after finding himself caught in another sexting scandal similar to the one that ended his congressional career two years ago.

Weiner admitted sending a woman sexually explicit photos and messages and acknowledged the activity took place as recently as last summer, more than a year after he resigned from the House in June 2011 for the same sort of behavior with at least a half-dozen women.
With his wife, Huma Abedin, standing an arm's length away from him, Weiner told a hastily called news conference he would stay in the race despite the new onslaught of negative publicity.

“This is not about me” but about voters, he said, and headed for his campaign office.
The latest scandal erupted Tuesday after the gossip website The Dirty posted X-rated messages and a crotch shot it said he exchanged with a woman last year while using the online alias “Carlos Danger.”

“I want to bring my vision to the people of the city of New York. I hope they are willing to still continue to give me a second chance,” Weiner said.

In an editorial posted online Tuesday, The New York Times urged Weiner to drop out of the race, saying Weiner “should take his marital troubles and personal compulsions out of the public eye, away from cameras, off the Web and out of the race for mayor of New York City.”


07 19 2013 Lemon Reservoir
Camera: R.H. Alcott in Durango, Colo.

05-29 In what is shaping up to be the largest takeover of a U.S. company by a Chinese buyer, Smithfield Ham – an icon in southern cooking – agreed to be bought out by Chinese meat producer Shuanghui International Holdings Wednesday. Shuanghui – China's largest meat processor – will pay $34 a share to purchase Smithfield, 31 percent above the company's closing share price on Tuesday, according to a press release announcing the deal. The total purchase price is close to $5 billion. — U.S. News & World Report

06-24 Paula Deen’s racial slur scandal is costing her an endorsement deal with Smithfield, the pork company that sold a ham with her name and face on it. ‘Smithfield condemns the use of offensive and discriminatory language and behavior of any kind,’ Smithfield says in a statement. ‘Therefore, we are terminating our partnership with Paula Deen. Smithfield is determined to be an ethical food industry leader and it is important that our values and those of our spokespeople are properly aligned.’ — People

07-10 A swine virus that has spread to 16 states since April is killing piglets and slowing growth in older hogs, threating to curb U.S. pork output, according to a report by industry veterinarians. There are about 331 confirmed cases of the porcine epidemic diarrhea virus, according to a report posted today prepared by the National Animal Health Laboratories Network and posted on the American Association of Swine Veterinarians’ website. Most of the animals affected have been older pigs that may stop eating for two to three days and then typically recover. Suckling pigs, which are about three weeks old or younger, have seen as high as 100 percent mortality. —

ABOARD THE USS GEORGE H.W. BUSH 07-10 – The Navy successfully landed a drone the size of a fighter jet aboard an aircraft carrier for the first time Wednesday, showcasing the military’s capability to have a computer program perform one of the most difficult tasks that a pilot is asked to do. The landing of the X-47B experimental aircraft means the Navy can move forward with its plans to develop another unmanned aircraft that will join the fleet alongside traditional airplanes to provide around-the-clock surveillance while also possessing a strike capability.

The New Yorker, 07-10 Last winter, George Zimmerman saw a hoodie-clad black male cutting through a subdivision in the rain, and registered him as a threat. There are many white people who do not think of themselves as racist who can imagine themselves drawing the same conclusion. From this perspective, blandishments about Trayvon Martin’s right to move through that neighborhood unmolested are only so much political correctness. And as a result, Zimmerman becomes a sympathetic figure, a man who did what anyone would do under the circumstances—a man whose cause can generate hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations. There’s a made-for-TV quality to the narrative attached to him: Pudgy man joins a boxing gym, sheds upwards of sixty pounds, and diligently patrols a besieged neighborhood. Save for his bad credit, he might’ve been a police officer in Prince William County, Virginia—but, in the wake of a housing collapse, who would hold such a thing against him? That Zimmerman now reportedly wears a disguise and body armor in public completes his sacrificial mythology.
‘Zimmerman, Everyman,’ Jelani Cobb, July 10

07-09 The Syrian conflict, now in its third year, is whipping up sectarian fervor. Sunni-Shiite tensions have risen sharply, particularly since Hezballah raised its profile by openly fighting alongside President Bashar Assad’s forces. Lebanese Sunnis support the rebels fighting to topple Assad.

SAN FRANCISCO 07-07 — Outside, the skies were clear of the fog that so often shrouds San Francisco Bay and the wind was light. Asiana Flight 214 was expected to reach the gate within minutes.

Benjamin Levy, who said he flies into the airport often, said he wondered about the approach when he saw that piers jutting out into the bay were much closer than he thought they ought to be.

A pilot who sat on the runway awaiting the OK to take off glanced up just before Flight 214 reached the runway and thought the nose of the Boeing 777 was tilted up at too high an angle for an approach.

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07 05 2013 Third Avenue, Durango
Partial pan by R.H. Alcott in Durango, Colo.

WASHINGTON, D.C. 07-07 From Wal-Mart to General Motors to Pepsico, companies are increasingly turning to temps and to a much larger universe of freelancers, contract workers and consultants. Combined, these workers number nearly 17 million people who have only tenuous ties to the companies that pay them — about 12 percent of everyone who has a job.

Hiring is always healthy for an economy. Yet the rise in temps and contract work shows that many employers aren’t willing to hire for the long run.

The number of temps has jumped more than 50 percent since the recession ended four years ago to nearly 2.7 million — the most on government records dating to 1990. In no other sector has hiring come close.


07 04 2013 On the tracks behind Smart Enterprises
Panorama by R.H. Alcott in Durango, Colo.

CAIRO 07-05 — Egypt’s bitter split over who should rule the country exploded into violent clashes in the streets of Cairo and elsewhere on Friday as masses of demonstrators celebrating the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi battled crowds of Islamists who wanted him reinstated.

Combatants used rocks, sticks, fireworks and Molotov cocktails in a battle lasting hours that raged near Tahrir Square and across a bridge spanning the Nile, part of the most widespread street violence in Egypt since the early days of the 2011 revolution.

07 03 2013 Fassbinder Park
Panorama by R.H. Alcott in Durango, Colo.

The World Without Us by Alan Weisman (2007 Thomas Dunn Books)


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06 21 2013 Moon on Falls Creek Road 0:60
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06 21 2013 Lemon Reservoir 0:60
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06 20 2013 Second Avenue, 1 a.m. 0:60
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05 18 2013
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Camera by Rich Alcott in Durango, Colo.

Storycast Downloads:
Mateo Panagopoulis:
‘Everybody Come Through City Port’

Hank Quinlan:
‘No Way in Hell’

Lupe Lopez-Castillo:
‘Name on the Mailbox’

‘Prince’ Nelson:
‘Nights in the Cruiser’

‘The Great Chewing Gum Swindle’ (edit) 8:03

Mountain Daylight Time
07 16 2012 ‘He Might Be Radioactive’ 15:57
Christina Zimmerman in Chicago

‘Socialism never took root in America because the poor see
themselves not as an exploited proletariat, but as temporarily
embarrassed millionaires.’ — John Steinbeck
07 09 2012 Rules of Attraction 17:17
Martin Hickel in San Francisco and Mike Randazzo in Brooklyn
06 29 2012 The Great Chewing Gum Swindle 38:00
Thomas Roberdeau in Los Angeles

Excerpt: T.R.'s Last Fist Fight 5:43
06 25 2012 Every Child Left Blind 36:33
Djelloul Marbrook in New York
06 18 2012 Ditch a Dime 32:33
Velbeth Jones in Durango and Carol Denney in Berkeley

06 11 2012 Wisconsin Recall Fail 28:02
Martin Hickel in San Francisco and Joe Hanel in Denver
06 04 2012 Mi abuela ancestral 28:45

Nora Jacquez in Denver and Joelle Riddle in Durango
05 28 2012 Night on the Town 29:10
Thomas Roberdeau in Los Angeles and Bob Mentzinger in Augusta, Maine
with special guest appearance by maria caporizzo in Providence, R.I.

05 21 2012 Downhill at the Dog Park 29:45
Beth Utke in Norwich, Conn., and Dale Rodebaugh in Durango
05 14 2012
America Eats Its Young 22:42
Martin Hickel in San Francisco

Produced and Hosted by Rich Alcott
in Durango, Colorado

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Richard Alcott

in Durango, Colorado


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