Pueblo's Podcast

Pueblo's Podcast

This podcast is hosted by long-time local radio DJ Dave Moore. (P.S. If you'd like to get to know Dave listen to Episode 1) Dave started a podcast just for Pueblo, Colorado in January 2020. This podcast shares the stories of Pueblo people -- often pillars in our community -- discusses the issues important to us and even sheds light on a little bit of history! So, whether you're new to the community or a native, you'll enjoy Pueblo's Podcast. Look forward to a new episode every month or so and let’s be Pueblo proud! Thanks for following along. Learn more at Pueblospodcast.com

Episodes

August 1, 2021 25 min

Dave Moore and Scott Stoller chat once again. Scott the General Manager of the Colorado State Fair joined us on the Podcast last summer to talk about how the State Fair was downsizing and reimagining the event during the Pandemic.  The State Fair is back for 2021!  Get ready for 11 days family fun with 60 entertainers, 10,000 exhibits, ad 45 rides. Listen to this month's podcast to help you plan your visit to the State Fair.  T...

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During this episode Dave Moore visits the Sarah Shaw Dance studio and chats with studio director Donna Lira. The two will discuss the loss of dance icon Sarah Shaw, how the studio is carrying on in her absence and how the community and city council stepped up to memorialize her forever. 

A bronze sculpture of Sarah now sits outside Memorial Hall so that as the show goes on, Sarah can still welcome guests to each recital.

The sculpt...

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This is a BONUS episode commemorates a catastrophe in the Pueblo community that forever changed the landscape of the southern Colorado town.
 
On June 3, 1921,  a cloudburst developed over Pueblo. During a typical cloudburst, over half an inch of rain may fall in a matter of minutes, and that is exactly what happened in Pueblo, according to NOAA. As the torrential rains fell, the Arkansas River and Fountain Creek quickly began to swe...

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Since March 2020, Dave has been conducting podcast interviews over the phone, but for this episode, after receiving both vaccine shots Dave conducted his first in-person interview.

In this episode, Dave Moore is sitting down with Jennifer Chavez with the Pueblo Child Advocacy Center. 

The Child Advocacy Center is a nonprofit organization where they help  children who have...

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In this episode Sarah Joseph with the Pueblo Department of Public Health & Environment returns to the podcast to give an update on where we are at this stage in the pandemic.

It has been a year almost to the day that Pueblo's Podcast started the Coronavirus Special Edition to inform the community at the very start of the pandemic, now there are more and more vaccines being distributed and hope is on the horizon. 

However, S...

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*Some of the content in this episode might be sensitive to some listeners*

In this episode Dave Moore chats with two sisters who are Pueblo natives and are now thousands of miles away on the island of Saipan. It’s safe to say Aria and Grace Keilbach are Pueblo’s Podcast’s most long-distance guests.

Saipan is a very small island — smaller than Pueblo (in square miles) in fact! It’s located in the Pacific Ocean near Guam — think nort...

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Dave Moore visits with Director of Alumni & Community Relations at Colorado State University-Pueblo Tracy Samora. Tracy explains what her jobs entails, and how alumni can get reconnected with their alma mater. Tracy discusses CSU-P's Alumni Legacy Admissions Program, the Leading the Pack Podcast, and the Distinguished Young Alumni awards. 

Each year the CSU Pueblo Foundation and Alumni Association announce the Distinguished...

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Congratulations we made it through 2020 that means a whole year of Pueblo’s Podcast. 
2021 means a brand new season and more great guests, good conversations and grabbing history lessons! 

We want to start this year off right and so we brought in a good friend of Dave’s from his radio career: Gina Rose! They worked together on KCCY from about 1995-2001 and then KIQ’N Country from 2010 -2014. 

Now you can hear Gina’s voice on regional ...

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*Stay tuned at the end of this episode to hear OUR YEAR IN REVIEW*

For the final episode of 2020 Dave Moore talks with Kathy Cline the Executive Director of the Pueblo Rescue Mission.  This organization is doing a lot to keep people warm, fed and off the streets.  The Pueblo Rescue Mission completed their construction in January 2020.

Kathy Cline said they've been nearly at capacity since they opened. The shelter has already pr...

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November 15, 2020 4 min

A look back at few episode highlights during our first year of Pueblo's Podcast.
Thanks so much for listening! 

Host: Dave Moore  Editor: Carly Moore Music: J.B. Skelton

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*Editors note: This episode was recorded on Oct. 29 and a possible transition to  Safer-at-home Level  3 (Orange) is mentioned. Pueblo moved to that level Nov. 14.*

Dave Moore checks back in with Sarah Joseph with the Pueblo Department of Public Health & Environment discussing options as Pueblo is seeing another COVID-19 surge.  On Thursday, October 29, Pueblo's Mayor instituted a city-wide curfew from 10 p.m. - 5 a.m. unti...

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Dave Moore speaking with Bob Campbell, Events & Marketing Manager of the Sangre De Cristo Arts & Conference Center. Dave & Bob are old friends from their radio days, however  on this episode they will explore all the things to do, see and learn at the Arts Center. The Sangre De Cristo Arts Center first opened in June 1972, they are coming up on their 50th anniversary. During the pandemic, they reopened on April 1 and ri...

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Pueblo's first strong mayor in decades, Nick Gradisar, sits down with Dave Moore. The two discuss the city's plans on recovering from COVID-19, what's the future of Black Hills Energy and even the Mayor's favorite ice cream. You'll also hear the Mayor's plan to get more people to visit as well as live and work in Pueblo. Mayor Gradisar will also share how he encourages Puebloans to get involved in their city...

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Pueblo’s Podcast highlights two industries and how they are dealing with COVID-19: entertainment and education. The education system is one of the many industries forced to adapt due to the pandemic. In this special edition of Pueblo’s Podcast, Dave Moore and Gunnison Pagnotta talk about GOAL High School. As districts all around the country are moving to online and remote method of teaching, GOAL High School has been doing it this ...

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In this special edition we are focusing on ENTERTAINMENT. The entertainment industry one of the many industries impacted by the pandemic. In this special edition of Pueblo’s Podcast, Dave Moore and Scott Stoller outline the changes to the Colorado State Fair. They’ll explain how people can participate in the fair virtually, the secrets that will be revealed each weekend, and even how you can STILL satisfy that fair food craving.

Man...

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Juan and Deborah Espinoza — architects of the song of Pueblo — walk Dave Moore through Pueblo’s history dating back 300 years. The song of Pueblo is more than just a song, it’s an anthology of performances of different genres. This episode presents parts of the performance giving you an immersive history lesson you won’t want to miss. From the Ludlow Massacre, to The Great Flood of 1921, to the beginning of the Pueblo Chieftain; yo...

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Dave Moore, Jenn de Groot and Matte Refic give you a behind-the-scenes look at the murals of Pueblo. Both are artists who started very young. Though their lives have crossed paths, on this podcast is the first time they are speaking. de Groot a CSU-Pueblo alum has a company called Jaybird Designs.  Refic has painted hundreds of murals throughout the streets of Pueblo. Probably the most recognized one: the wall of the Sangre De Cris...

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Dave Moore asks you to lend a hand to the Assistance League of Pueblo along with Madeline Murray and Pat Klomp. It's an organization run completely by volunteers.  Their main program is Operation School Bell. It provides clothes for kids in K-8th grades who wouldn't normally have new clothes to start the school year, giving them more confidence in the classroom. They get funding through events like the Dillard's Holiday...

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Pueblo’s Podcast is working overtime — from home of course — to bring you the information you need to know about COVID-19. We are finishing a three part series about how local agencies are responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

This is part three of our Special Edition Coronavirus in our Community Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners, Garrision Ortiz, joins Dave Moore on the podcast!
They are discussing Supporting Pueblo.com a...

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Pueblo’s Podcast is working overtime — from home of course — to bring you the information you need to know about COVID-19. We are doing a three part series about how local agencies are responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
This is part two of our Special Edition Coronavirus in our Community Dave Moore chats with Kelly Ramos with the PAWS for Life an animal shelter in town. They discuss how their role has changed during the pandemic a...

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