Tune in Sunday night to KNUS AM 710 from 5 to 8 pm for Backbone Radio. Krista Kafer and Matt Dunn will hit the airwaves with fresh commentary on all things political and cultural.
We have two terrific guests: Karen Kataline author of Fatlash! Food Police & the Fear of Thin, will tell us what happens when others, be they family members or strangers, attempt to control our food consumption. (Hint: it doesn’t work). Check out Kafer’s review of the book at http://www.coloradosfutureproject.com/detail.php?c=2790297
Also, State Senator Greg Brophy will fill us in on what’s happening this legislative session. We’ll toast, figuratively that is, to his new bill to legalize public consumption of alcohol for 18-year-olds under parental supervision.
Quentin Tarantino’s been a trifle testy these days in answering questions about “gun violence” in his movies. He claims movies bear no responsibility for random mass shootings in America. We’ll talk about his latest movie, the completely irresponsible Django Unchained, and its glamorization of guns. Should Tarantino get a pass?
A new survey shows that workers in Boulder are the “unhappiest” workers in all of America. How could such be the case in Colorado’s most liberal enclave?
Also, we’ll touch on a massive snake hunt in the south Florida, DNA testing of doggie doo to catch negligent owners, Hagel’s nomination for Secretary of Defense and the new Oxygen network reality show “All My Baby’s Mamas,” which describes the busy life of a former rapper who’s produced 11 children by 10 different mothers. Upscale entertainment to be sure.
We invite your calls at 303-696-1971. Listen live on 710am KNUS in Denver -Metro, or 1460am KZNT in Colorado Springs and also iHeartRADIO on your mobile device. Politics, culture and controversy — plus some groovy bumper music. Backbone Radio, the higher ground in Colorado talk radio.