Your Denver news podcast topics this week: Planning City Park, the Rockies, and the Voice of Montbello

Here’s this week’s episode of Denverite Now, your favorite Denver news podcast!

Here’s this week’s episode of Denverite Now, your favorite Denver news podcast!

Here’s how our host, Paul Karolyi, describes this episode:

This week on Denverite Now…

1) Last week, we asked, “Where’s Kevin Now?” This week, editor in chief Dave Burdick joins Paul and photojournalist Kevin Beaty to reveal the answer: The Beloved Community Village in RiNo. Congratulations to the winners, and stay tuned for another sound-guessing game soon.

Here’s some of Denverite’s coverage of the tiny home village:

Tiny-home villages take a huge step as city of Denver grants approval

Construction begins on Denver’s first tiny-home village for homeless people

2) City reporter Andy Kenney previews city’s new master planning process for City Park, including the efforts to pull the initiative into the controversies surrounding the city’s stormwater project and the I-70 widening. Here’s Andy’s relevant reporting:

Denver’s about to reimagine City Park, again

Should Elyria-Swansea fear the big flood? A protection plan has divided the neighborhood

Side note: 50 meters is approximately equal to 164.042 feet. (Dave requested this conversion be included in the episode description).

3) Sports reporter Christian Clark gives us an update from Coors Field. The Rockies are still good! Check out Christian’s recent piece on the team’s social media staff:

Doing social media for sports teams is weird, new territory – and easier when they’re winning

And here’s Christian’s profile of Charlie Blackmon:

Charlie Blackmon took the long route to stardom – and the Rockies center fielder is glad it happened that way

4) We put the spotlight on another local podcast, The Voice of Montbello. You can find Paul Clifton and his students’ work on their Facebook or SoundCloud. Here’s a couple of our favorite episodes:

Violence Gone, Freedom On – Part 1 Chief White

Oddisee: The That’s Love Episode

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