KSUT Four Corners Public Radio's Blog


Ready for some howlin’? Check out Saturday night’s supermoon
March 18, 2011, 8:08 pm
Filed under: NPR programming, Random stuff

Plan to get outside on Saturday night and witness the rise of the “supermoon” – a full moon when it is closest to the earth has not happened in almost two decades.  The moon will appear to be much larger than normal, with the best viewing as it rises in the eastern sky, and the sun sets in the west. Partly cloudy skies are forecast for the Four Corners, so visibility should be O.K. for the big event. More info from NASA here.



Speed pampering to benefit the WRC
December 2, 2010, 11:46 pm
Filed under: Durango events, Random stuff

Coldwell Banker/Heritage House Realtors is hosting “Speed Pampering for the holidays” Friday (12/3) eve at 5:30 as a benefit for the Women’s Resource Center. A variety of 15 minute sessions will be offered including foot massages, makeovers, manicures and more. Wine, hot chocolate and appetizers will be served.



Mama Stamberg’s Cranberry Relish Coolio-style
November 22, 2010, 3:53 pm
Filed under: NPR programming, Random stuff

Getting a little tired of hearing about Susan Stamberg’s mother-in-law’s cranberry relish recipe on NPR for the last 38 years – but, still wondering if you should give it a try? See what chef Coolio has to say about it here.



Not quite the Four Corners?
April 24, 2009, 3:59 am
Filed under: NPR programming, Random stuff

Did you hear our buddy Frank Lister of Time Traveler Maps discuss the recent disclosure that the actual “four corners” are several football fields away from the monument? Primetime NPR news fans did.

If you missed it: April 23, 2009 All Things Considered: Where in the world are the Four Corners?



Beth Warren gets creative with KSUT member groupings
March 6, 2009, 7:38 pm
Filed under: KSUT fund-drive, Random stuff
Thats a pic of Flora Vista KSUT members.  Read below to find out why.

That's a pic of Flora Vista KSUT members. Read below to find out why.

A take off on Animal Groupings:

A Bevy of Bloomfield Members (roe deer)

A charm of Gold Finches or A Charm of Cortez Listeners

An array of hedgehogs…..or an Array from Aztec

A Battery of Bayfield (barracudas)

A swarm from Silverton

A parliament of Pagosa….or a Parliament of Pagosa Listeners

Mob of Kangaroos – or a mob from Mancos

A drove from Dolores

A brace from Bluff (hounds)

A float from Farmington (crocodiles)

A Haul from Hermosa (fish)

A streak from Shiprock – (tigers)

A flight from Flora Vista (swallows)

A lounge from La Plata (lizards)

An influx from Ignacio (couldn’t find an animal!)

An aeries from Arboles (eagles)

A caravan from Chama (camels)



Sarah Baumgartner is George Costanza
March 5, 2009, 7:07 pm
Filed under: KSUT fund-drive, Random stuff
Sarah Baumgartner (with Seinfeld book) says George Costanza is her hero.

Sarah Baumgartner (with Seinfeld book) says George Costanza is her hero.

Actually, Sarah hasn’t taken this online “Which Seinfeld Character are you” quiz yet, but we’re pretty sure she’ll be a George.



Leftover thoughts from yesterday’s Ag Day
March 5, 2009, 5:54 pm
Filed under: Random stuff

sheep-blog-post

10 ways in which babies and sheep are similar

1. They’re cute!

2. Lambs and babies are about the same average weight at birth.

3. They can’t tell you what’s wrong when they’re sick.  You have to pay attention to if they’ve eaten and how they look and act.

4. They nurse!

5. Lambs and children are very attached to their mamas.

6. Twins are a handful, triplets more so.  Quads are rare, and there are even quints.

7. They cry when they’re stressed.

8. Both sheep and babies should be kept in pens

9. There’s always a black sheep if you give birth to too many
10. Help us out by leaving a comment.