Changing Denver is a podcast about our city’s physical spaces, how we make them and how they make us.
Every month, we take a look at one of Denver’s neighborhoods, streets, parks, or other areas through a relevant political, cultural, or historical lens.
Want to know what we’re working on?Follow us on Twitter @changingdenver.
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What are people saying about us?Westword named us one of Denver’s 10 essential podcasts in 2016: “Denver’s cultural and architectural identity is in a state of constant flux these days. As our beloved metropolis approaches a future many fear will render our city unrecognizable, Changing Denver has stepped in to chronicle our city’s unexplored history before it’s developed into boxy, overpriced oblivion. Guests have ranged from spooky historian Phil Goodstein to local hip-hop icon Felix Fast4ward, all getting wonky about Denver’s changing spaces in fascinating discussions guided by the steady hand and soothing, NPR-worthy voice of Paul Karolyi. Though the monthly podcast is only three episodes into its run, it’s off to a promising start, and currently at the ideal stage for new listeners to catch up and keep abreast of new releases.”
Attribution for Header+Cover Photos:
- Downtown Denver CO
By Ron Reiring, CC BY 2.0
- Denver, Colorado at night from an airplane departing Denver International Airport, Colorado
By Famartin – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0
- The Denver Cruiser Ride Circle of Death at Civic Center Park on June 27, 2012.
By Eric Rosenberg – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0
- View from Denver Museum of Nature & Science looking west to downtown Denver.
By Zenhaus – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0
- Smelting Works at Denver
By Thomas Moran – The AMICA Library