Next Meetup

Podcast Book Club - "Purplish"
First of all, what is this event? It's a book club, but for podcasts. Every month, we choose a different show, listen to it independently, then come together to talk about it. - - - - - - This month we're listening to Purplish, a new podcast about Colorado politics from Colorado Public Radio. "Each episode tells a story about how our state government works and where it might be headed next," according to the NPR website's listing for the show. As a special treat for us this time, Purplish host Sam Brasch will be joining us! It looks to me like a weekly show leading up to the election in November, so there'll be four or five episodes out by the time we meet. That's manageable, right? Possible discussion questions: Would you have paid any attention to the election if it weren't for this podcast? Does this format make sense for local politics? Would you tune in if they kept making it after the election? Why are national politics so endlessly fascinating and local politics so impenetrably dull? Is that discrepancy a problem? Find the show on Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?s=143441&mt=2&id=1434628462&at=11l79Y&ct=nprdirectory RSS: https://www.cpr.org/rss/purplish.podcast.rss ...and the NPR website: https://www.npr.org/podcasts/643619946/purplish House of Pod will provide light refreshments on a donation basis.

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