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Making Space

Carlo Navato

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Making Space is about the relationships we have with spaces, both physical and intangible. In this podcast, Carlo Navato makes space with a wide range of guests. These are free-form conversations about design, building and creative living. Imaginative spaces help us flourish. They allow room for new possibilities and ideas to emerge. It’s about open spaces and open minds. Carlo is a passionately curious property developer, photographer, and a founding partner of the Do Lectures.
 
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On this episode, we'll hear about one Wyoming county with no hospital and low COVID vaccination rates...many of the residents say they're skeptical of the vaccine. We will bring you another episode of the Kids Ask WhY podcast where kids talk about COVID-19 with a Wyoming doctor. Plus a conversation with Wyoming's House Minority Leader Cathy Connoll…
 
On this episode, Wyoming National Guard whistleblowers are saying they got retaliated for trying to go down the official channels of reporting sexual harassment and workplace hostility complaints. Much of the water in the West is already designated in a deal that was made when there was a lot of precipitation. A climbing project outside the Wind Ri…
 
On this episode, when it comes to kids back in the classroom, the coronavirus is one problem. Wildfire smoke is another. Much of the west is gripped in a historic drought. There are a lot of ideas for how to relieve it, some more feasible than others. In Teton County, crab apples are attracting bears... a team of entrepreneurs came up with an idea.…
 
On this episode, DACA recipients in Teton County can qualify to buy affordable housing. But some don't like it. Supporters say it benefits the community. Hospitals across the West are becoming overburdened with mostly unvaccinated COVID-19 patients. There's not much research into how wildfire smoke affects animals who spend most or all of their tim…
 
On this episode, a move by the Biden administration to mandate vaccinations for long-term care staff has worried officials in the state that it could increase an already existing staff shortage. We will also chat with the Natrona County Health Officer Mark Dowell about the reluctance to get vaccinations. Wyoming is welcoming legalized sports bettin…
 
On this episode, we will talk about some COVID-19 blowups across the state including in Sweetwater County where they were forced to cancel all elective surgeries. To Hot Springs County where the school district was forced to go online and the caseload skyrocketed. Plus, the federal government is rounding up thousands of wild horses to save them fro…
 
On this episode, fall sports at the University of Wyoming are getting underway including the start of the UW football season next weekend. Athletics Director Tom Burman says there will be no special protocols for those attending next week's game. The Jackson Hole Latinx community identified a gap in resources for high school students so they came t…
 
On this episode, COVID-19 is surging and some are calling for required vaccinations, including some students at the University of Wyoming. We will also get an update on the COVID-19 challenges in Teton County. In Laramie, houses are scarce. And the houses that are available are often unaffordable. It's been a record hot summer, and that's causing s…
 
On this episode, Wyoming is struggling to get people vaccinated and a research study on vaccine messaging doesn't shed light on a solution. Campbell County will be voting on establishing an independent community college district. And this fall is the 50th anniversary of an important experiment that proved Einstein's theory of relativity. The experi…
 
On this episode, we remember the political career of Senator Mike Enzi who died this week. A ranching family in southeast Wyoming wants to drill several water wells that would drain billions of gallons of groundwater there. But the neighbors are fighting to stop them. Climb Wyoming, is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year. The organization tr…
 
On this episode, Albany County gave the green light to a long-debated 500-megawatt wind farm. The University of Wyoming is attempting to move forward after some serious budget reductions. As vaccination rates stagnate, new variants of the virus that causes COVID-19 are emerging, which can threaten those who are already vaccinated. Those stories and…
 
On this episode, a new business opened in Wyoming that is getting worldwide attention...it's the first Decentralized Autonomous Organization. We'll talk about that and what the new business plans to do. Wildfire season used to start in July and run through September. But this year, fires are defying the norm. It's starting to strain firefighting re…
 
On this episode, Campbell County Health's Board of Trustees are moving to affiliate the hospital with a larger system. COVID-19 numbers continue to rise in Cheyenne. Wyoming lawmakers recently changed who community health care providers can serve. The latest federal coronavirus relief package includes $20 million for Indigenous language programs. B…
 
On this episode, the show as the state is dealing with a record number of tourists, businesses are having trouble finding enough employees to stay open. And some think it's because people aren't applying for jobs while they have unemployment benefits. The vaccination rate in Wyoming has slowed down, even as hospitalizations rise. And we will talk t…
 
On this episode, we will get a lowdown on the upcoming fire season and State Representative Dan Zwonitzer explains why lawmakers are considering changing how primary elections are conducted. School districts are thinking about their future budgets after the legislature left some frustrated. A local business has had a lot of success enhancing Wyomin…
 
On this episode, this week the Albany County Sheriff's Officer who killed an unarmed man in 2018 has resigned. The sheriff says the incident has led to changes. The University of Wyoming sheep program is transforming their wool into a new product, and they're using blockchain. A major wind project has been proposed for Albany County and it's the su…
 
On this episode, we will be joined by Congresswoman Liz Cheney who will discuss her plans to reform the Republican Party. A group home for people with severe mental illnesses has closed because of state budget cuts. Wyoming prepares to pay out as much as $180 million in rental assistance across the state. Those stories and more.…
 
On this episode, Wyoming's Republicans are reacting to Liz Cheney's removal from House Republican leadership. Lots more wind development has been moving into the state. And that's led to a lot of conflict in communities. And we will speak with the Department of Health official about Medicaid expansion and whether the state could develop its own pla…
 
On this episode, vaccine hesitancy is high in Wyoming and Natrona County. That has meant a huge surplus in shots. Wyoming State Superintendent Jillian Balow is pushing back on a federal proposal that seeks to include more diverse sources and perspectives in history and civics classes. And we remember the famous artist Neltjie. Those stories and mor…
 
On this episode, we will look at how COVID-19 impacted Wyoming over the last year. Many say that health orders went too far and harmed many businesses, but others say the state health officer helped the state. COVID-19 has brought public health employees into the spotlight, and they are getting burned out by the amount of work and verbal abuse. Non…
 
On this episode, Wyoming has invested a lot of time trying to find ways to save the coal industry. Many years ago that let to the state embracing a technology called carbon capture. Wyoming Public Radio's Cooper McKim has developed a podcast looking at the effort. We will bring you one of those episodes and learn why former Governor Dave Freudentha…
 
On this episode, the Wyoming Legislature faces an interesting future following a session that saw $430 million in budget cuts. We will also review legislative activities impacting education and local government. The wide open spaces of the west used to be viewed as a stronghold for butterflies. But new research calls that role into question. Snow m…
 
On this episode, Catherine Wheeler will join Bob Beck to discuss the happenings from the Wyoming legislative session. Cuts to arts teachers has some in Cody concerned. In Wyoming, agriculture is a way of life. But climate change is threatening one of its most important resources. Those stories and more.…
 
On this episode, the pandemic has shone a light on the capacity of meat packing facilities in Wyoming. Potentially propelling state and federal money towards the industry that has not been seen for awhile. American politics are as polarized as it has ever been. But at least one issue appears to be a growing exception to that. Sorting fact from fict…
 
On this episode, Wyoming lawmakers are pushing back against the public health orders issued in the last year. The Wyoming legislature is considering a voter identification bill. A taxpayer-funded study gives a grim forecast of the economic impacts of Biden's climate plans relating to oil and gas. A new investigation between Wyoming Public Radio and…
 
On this episode, usually segregation in school is something you heard about in the south. But it turns out Wyoming had segregated schools as well. The son of late Japanese artist, Paul Horiuchi, shares how his father used art to stay resilient under challenging times. And we will bring you an episode from our popular podcast The Modern West about a…
 
On this episode, we speak with Governor Mark Gordon and one topic we talk about, what to do about education funding. Speaking of education, Deb Haaland's confirmation hearings were must-see TV for many young Indigenous people. The Powell School District is dealing with an influx of special education students. The administration is concerned about h…
 
On this epsiode, today legislators will consider cutting education funding this session, possibly by 100 million dollars. But not everyone agrees. Meanwhile, Wyoming's School funding debates bring up conversations about the place of extracurriculars in budget cuts. The pandemic has complicated efforts to revitalize Indigenous languages. But the mov…
 
On this episode, Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney survived an attempt to remove her from House Leadership and she says she's now focused on the future. Wyoming businesses received more than a billion dollars in government aid to weather the pandemic. But it was still a difficult time for many small businesses. Plus conversations with the state heal…
 
On this episode, a former opponent of Congresswoman Liz Cheney explains why some Republicans in the state are furious with Cheney for voting to impeach former President Donald Trump. After a pretty dismal response to get the COVID-19 vaccine from Wyoming Health care providers. The next priority group wants the vaccine badly. And we will bring you t…
 
Today on the show we will hear from one of many Public Health Officers who've received pushback during the pandemic. The pandemic has also left many women out of work, at a time when the recession continues a downward trend. But some good is coming from it. In Sheridan, an anonymous baker is leaving freshly baked loaves of bread on strangers' doors…
 
The COVID-19 vaccine has been touted as the light at the end of the tunnel for the pandemic. But the rollout has been slow including here in Wyoming. And some think that's because there have been no federal guidelines. As Wyoming was distributing CARES Act funding, the issue of rental assistance wasn't properly addressed. The federal government une…
 
On this episode, we'll take a look at how funeral homes in the state have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. U.S. Senator Mike Enzi is finishing up his time in Washington. The festival of lights, better known as Hanukkah is upon us. We speak to a religious studies professor about the holiday's special meaning this year. And people prepare to s…
 
On this episode, in Wyoming man are anxious to see if the Biden administration will keep true to its word and limit energy extraction on public land. School districts across are facing substitute teaching shortages. And we visit with a former reporter who's involved in a trial for a COVID vaccine. Those stories and more.…
 
On this episode, we will speak with the state health officer about growing numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths. It turns out there may be at least one positive that comes out of the pandemic, access to telehealth in rural areas. And we will learn about a new form of poetry that was invented with the help of a Wyoming poet. Those stories and more.…
 
Hospitals are filling up with COVID-19 patients across the Mountain West, and some are leaning on neighboring states to help. This may frustrate some, but others think nation-wide cooperation will be key going forward. Finding the perfect guide this holiday season is that much more complicated if you want to shop local or in person. One of our comm…
 
On this episode, COVID-19 numbers are skyrocketing in Wyoming and hospitals are facing an unprecedented demand for their services, as cases, hospitalizations and the need for care continue to skyrocket. As COVID-19 surges, Campbell County is feeling some of the effects of a high spike in cases. We take a look at why public health officials are aski…
 
On this episode, a series of stories about race. Teton County finds a solution to a problem that they didn't know existed until the pandemic hit. The University of Wyoming wants to be more diverse but ongoing racism makes that hard. There were once multiple Chinatowns in Wyoming. But today, they're buried underground along with much of the history …
 
The RISC-V desktop comes into view, while Mozilla can't catch a break. An unofficial build of Android 11 for the Pi 4, free training from the OpenSSF, TimescaleDB 2 is nearly here, the FSF wants to hear from you, and much more. For ways to contact or support the show, visit our website. Story links • The Heart of RISC-V Development is Unmatched • M…
 
On this episode, the University of Wyoming has unveiled its proposal for steep budget cuts. Businesses across Wyoming face difficult decisions when an employee tests positive. As the pandemic heats up, many business owners are worried for their survival. An expert in energy law talks about what a Biden versus Trump presidency would mean for coal. A…
 
A new QWERTY-slider mobile lands, with LineageOS and Ubuntu Touch as first-class citizens. The Linux Foundation continues its land-grab, releases for Fedora and fwupd, plus an open Facebook groups and events alternative, and more. For ways to contact or support the show, visit our website. Story links • Fedora 33 is officially here! • Release Notes…
 
New interim releases for Ubuntu and Node.js, and a practical Linux shell for iOS. A stealth WordPress plugin update and a takedown notice for youtube-dl raise eyebrows, 1Password lands on Linux, Debian boosts PeerTube's finances, and more. For ways to contact or support the show, visit our website. Story links • Ubuntu 20.10 (Groovy Gorilla) releas…
 
A new Pi Compute Module lands, and ODROID unveils a toaster-style NAS. Updates for Trisquel and Firefox, and a new storage and compute platform from iXsystems. IBM racks up another weak quarter, a surprise or two from Microsoft, and more. For ways to contact or support the show, visit our website. Story links • Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 on sale…
 
The spat between LibreOffice and OpenOffice rumbles on. Canonical brings high-availability to MicroK8s, new versions of Snap! and VisiData land, and a Bluetooth vulnerability triggers the community. Plus new mobile hardware coming soon, and more. For ways to contact or support the show, visit our website. Story links • LibreOffice rains on OpenOffi…
 
On this episode, last weeked, a same sex couple in northwest wyoming were told they are not welcome and need to leave. The 1988 fires that scorched Yellowstone National Park captivated the nation and marked a new chapter of massive wildfires in the West. We start a new series focusing on water and fire in the West, including the point that all fire…
 
KDE Plasma and Krita land new releases, and an updated BBC micro:bit is coming soon. Pine touts a new device, Plausible looks to protect itself with a license change, LibreOffice pleads with OpenOffice to fall on its sword, and much more. For ways to contact or support the show, visit our website. Story links • Open Letter to Apache OpenOffice • Pl…
 
Politics, privacy, and corporate maneuvering. Even in the tech world, you can tell November is just around the corner. For ways to contact or support the show, visit our website. Story links • Pushing the boundaries of performance and security to unleash the power of 64-bit computing • [Old] Android Developers Blog: Get your apps ready for the 64-b…
 
On this episode, this past week saw a record 56 COVID-19 patients hospitalized in Wyoming. We take a look at how hospitals are dealing with the increase of patients. The recent acting director of the Buerau of Land Management William Perry Pendley says he wasn't fired. Researchers look below Yellowstone National Park. Those stories and more.…
 
Hardware from NVIDIA and Turing Pi, and new releases for Python, Nextcloud and Magisk. Plus Bruce Perens drafts his Post-Open License, Fedora looks to go mobile, the FSF celebrates another anniversary, and more. For ways to contact or support the show, visit our website. Story links • Nvidia Presents the DPU, a New Type of Data Center Processor • N…
 
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