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A&E briefs: KSMT to broadcast Denver Broncos Radio Network

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KSMT to broadcast Denver Broncos Radio Network

Summit County radio station KSMT "The Mountain" 102.1/102.7 will broadcast the Denver Broncos Radio Network beginning Sunday, Oct. 19. Countdown to Kickoff begins at 4:35 p.m. and the Broncos game broadcast begins at 6:30 p.m., followed by the Broncos Locker Room. KSMT will continue to broadcast Denver Broncos Radio Network through the Broncos NFL season.

Thursday, Jan. 1 kicks off a yearlong 40th celebration of KSMT and live and local radio presence on 102.1/102.7 in Summit County. KSMT offers listeners AAA Rock format, local news, weather, road conditions, seasonal reports and specialty local programming, including the Friday Funk Show, Eggs Over Irie, DC's Hip Hop Show, Rhythm Lounge and What's on Tap.

Visit http://www.alwaysmountaintime.com for details and information.

Silverthorne author promotes nutrition in new book

Author Cristy Landry recently announced the nationwide release of her new book, "Martha's Market, Aisle One," where she shares valuable lessons through a story about nutrition. Kids have fun learning while the main character, Emma, strolls down the enchanting market's Aisle 1.

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Characters guide her to make healthy choices. She meets Nolan the granola bar, Blu the blueberry, Barry the strawberry, Oatty the oat and, last but not least, Peter the peanut. Emma looks forward to traveling down the magical Aisle 2 on her next visit to the market with her mom.

Landry lives in the Southern California mountains with her husband and two young children. Being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis seemed at first like a roadblock in life, but now she knows it was just a small detour to reignite her passion for writing children's books. She is also the author of "The Ladybug That Stole Fairy Dust" and "Daisy's Closet."

Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, "Martha's Market, Aisle One" is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at http://www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.

Free admission for veterans, upcoming events at Denver museum

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science, located at 2001 Colorado Blvd. in Denver, invites veterans to free screenings of the IMAX 3D film "D-Day: Normandy 1944" on Veterans Day, Tuesday, Nov. 11, and Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, Sunday, Dec. 7.

Narrated by Tom Brokaw, "D-Day: Normandy 1944" seamlessly blends stunning computer-generated images, live-action reenactments and historic photos and film to recount this monumental event. Veterans will also receive complimentary museum admission. The film will play at 9:30 a.m., 1 p.m., 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. Veterans may redeem the offer in person at the Museum, or by calling (303) 370-6000.

The museum also has a slew of special events for all ages in the month of October:

• Saturday, Oct. 18 — Family Fun: Live Bats! at 10 a.m. or noon: Meet Rob Mies, director of the Organization for Bat Conservation, as you see a big brown bat and hear its high-pitched echolocation, meet fruit bats from Africa and Asia and come face-to-face with the largest bat in the world. Tickets for members are $12 for adults and $8 for children or $15 for adults and $10 for children for nonmembers.

• Sunday, Oct. 19 — Children's workshops for grades K–6: The wonders at the museum never cease, and these weekend workshops for children in grades pre-kindergarten through six give them a chance to explore science in hands-on, dynamic ways. Times and prices vary. For a full listing, visit http://www.dmns.org/learn.

• Thursday, Oct. 23 — Digital Earth: Human Migration and Modernization at 7 p.m.: Using immersive global satellite images in Gates Planetarium, geologist Bob Raynolds and space scientist Ka Chun Yu take you to the Rift Valley in East Africa. Our ancestors grew up here in lush lands and then left Africa and wandered widely, ending up concentrated by rivers, with major civilizations developing along the Nile, the Tigris and the Indus rivers. Discuss how today we are once again concentrating, now along the "energy rivers," where we are urbanizing and developing into digital natives. Tickets are $8 for members and $10 for nonmembers.

For more information about these and other events, visit http://www.dmns.org.