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The Audissey's voyage was abruptly halted by COVID-19, but that doesn't mean that MCL staff can't find a way to record episodes! Join Bethany, Emmi, and Mesa County Libraries Director Michelle as they discuss how the library is still providing services for patrons and staff during the stay at home order. We hope you will remain "docked" in your homes and enjoy the online resources Mesa County Libraries provides during this time. Enjoy weekly episodes...
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Elizabeth, our Collections Librarian, is an avid traveler. Enjoy this virtual "Armchair Travel" experience and take a trip to Columbia with Elizabeth, Emmi and Bethany! Want to check out the visual beauty of Columbia? Enjoy this video podcast episode of The Audissey on our YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/thogDwzMcI4
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Dr. Jack Eck discusses the challenges of the 1970s ambulances (a station wagon) used by the fledgling medical clinic of Vail and the Gore Creek Valley area. He is interviewed by Tony Mauro, the "Voice of Vail."
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Judge Cyrus "Buck" Allen reflects upon his family's 1960s skiing days in Vail, his Dartmouth and University of Denver Law School education, the mentorships of Judges George Gaubatz and Roland "Andy" Gerard, early Town of Vail key personnel, a few characters of Vail, and perspectives gained during Vail Municipal Court judgeship.
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Josef "Joe" Staufer shares narratives about his childhood in post-World War II Austria, meeting the love of his life, Anne, in Bermuda, stopping for a "visit" in Vail while en route to California in 1962, and becoming friends with President Gerald R. Ford. In addition to Joe Staufer, the "Voice of Vail" Tony Mauro interviewed brother Hermann Staufer, son Jonathan Staufer, and 1960s Vail community members Dave Garton, Patti Langmaid, Jan Strauch,...
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We’re back after the holiday break with our new favorite episode. Observed each year on the third Monday in January as “a day on, not a day off,” Martin Luther King Jr. Day is the only federal holiday designated as a national day of service to encourage all Americans to volunteer to improve their communities. David Combs of Black Citizens and Friends of Grand Junction joins us on The Audissey to discuss the history of MLK Day Events in Grand...
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We're back with Season 3, baby! Evan Curtis, our fall 2020 Artist in Residence, is offering both virtual and in-person programs! Learn how to do stop motion animation, create sound effects, and enjoy a virtual tour of his vintage toy collection. Visit mesacountylibraries.org and check out our event calendar for all of Evan's Artist in Residence programs, and visit him during his Meet and Greet hours from 4 - 6 p.m. every Thursday August - November....
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Blanche High Mauro expounds upon her early life on her family's homestead alongside Squaw Creek in Eagle County, Colorado.
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Eleanor "Ellie" Caulkins her son, George Peck Caulkins III, and Sheika Gramshammer discuss the early days of Vail with Tony Mauro, the "Voice of Vail."