6:30-8 p.m., Live From the Denver Press Club presents "The Topic of Conversation Radio/Podcast with Rob Scoggins Jr.," who is a Denver Press Club member.
His guest is Richard Schneider, a long-time Denver writer who has won awards for his journalism script writing and media production.
He will be talking about his new book, "Vote." Synopsis: A computer billionaire is found dead in his posh Denver home. Cops say it was a suicide. Investigative reporter Vic Bengston disagrees.
Schneider reported and wrote for United Press International and the Rocky Mountain News, and is a former Professional Journalism Fellow in public affairs at Stanford University.
He served as the initial public information officer for the Colorado Office of Energy Conservation before co-founding a Colorado firm that pioneered the development of interactive media systems for training, education, communication and voting. That same partnership provided creative services and communications consulting to many corporate and government clients.
More info: http://richardjschneider.com
This radio program/podcast includes a 30-minute meet-and-greet session, then a one-hour recording of the show -- and you're invited to be part of the audience.
No reservations necessary; all are welcome to attend.
More info: http://livefromthedenverpressclub.com
Friday-Sunday, March 18-20, DPC members are welcome to enroll in "The Image, Deconstructed," a three-day immersive photography workshop at CU-Boulder.
Faculty and staff include photographers who have won awards such as the Pulitzer Prize, National Photographer of the Year, Northern Photographer of the Year, Virginia and North Carolina Photographer of the Year. They have been published in National Geographic Magazine, and major national newspapers and magazines.
Ross Taylor, a visiting professor at CU's College of Media, Communication and Information, runs the workshop. Registration is $225 until Feb. 14, $250 after. Info: www.tidworkshop.com, or contact Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org