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  1. Diagnosing issues with your Internet radio

    Colorado Public Radio · Page
  2. Before and After: CPR gives Young AmeriTowne radio station a makeover in its fourth year

    For four years, Colorado Public Radio has sponsored the radio station in Young AmeriTowne, the flagship program of Young Americans Center for Financial Education. Recently CPR gave the space a makeover.
    Colorado Public Radio · Story
  3. Donated instrument fuels Colorado high schooler's dreams

    When Ellington Jenkins was 12 years old, his school received a clarinet from the instrument drive for him to play. Without that instrument, he might not be where he is today.
    Colorado Public Radio · Story
  4. Donated instruments make Colorado teacher's music program more effective

    When music teacher Brent Roach came to Denver’s Pinnacle Charter School, the school had six musical instruments for 128 students. Now, thanks to the instrument drive, Brent’s students have 35 instruments to play and learn from.
    Colorado Public Radio · Story
  5. Historical Timeline

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  6. March 16-28: CPR teams up with Bringing Music to Life to share the power of music

    This year, CPR is the primary promotional partner of the Bringing Music to Life instrument drive—which runs March 16-28—sharing the power of music with children in Colorado.
    Colorado Public Radio · Story
  7. Nathan Heffel

    Colorado Public Radio · Person
  8. Feb. 9: Meet a Paralympic snowboarder with 'Colorado Matters at the Tattered'

    Join us Feb. 9 at 7 p.m. for "Colorado Matters at the Tattered," when Colorado author and Paralympic snowboarder Amy Purdy will talk about her new memoir, “On My Own Two Feet: From Losing My Legs to Learning the Dance of Life.”
    Colorado Public Radio · Story
  9. Slideshow: Young AmeriTowne Radio Station Makeover

    Colorado Public Radio · Slideshow
  10. OpenAir’s FM future: Connect with Colorado music at a new frequency

    Colorado Public Radio · Story