Here is a roundup of the past week in Mile High Life Podcasts for your journey to and from work in Denver. Be sure and check out our podcast page right here as well!

Left Hand Right Brain: This week JD Lopez welcomed Molly Smith from Did that Age Well? to his podcast to talk about creative writing, pop culture, and romantic situations. Left Hand Right Brain is a podcast about and for Denver comedy and comedians.

Did that Age Well?: This week Molly Smith talks about the early 2000’s romantic comedy 10 Things I Hate About You. Molly and her guests Jimmy Winslow and Rachel Neese talk about Heath Ledger, Julia Stiles, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and hair! Young feminism! Seattle! Bogie Lowenstein’s infamous house party. And much more.

DeHuff Uncensored: Check out all of Scott DeHuff’s wacky and slightly askew take on society, culture and sports every single week. He posts 4 – 5 each weekday so there’s a lot to catch up on if you haven’t caught up with DeHuff’s zany sense of the world this last week.

Men About Town: On a cold evening in Colorado, longtime sports-talk radio host Shawn Drotar (@sdrotar) and hospitality expert nonpareil Erik Trujillo (@lilet88) decide to try something new, so they stop into 14er Brewing ( on a whim. The pair pick out some fruity, flagship brews from the hospitable beer garden on Blake, while talking about how Erik’s stick-in-the-mud mentality about the NBA All-Star Game and Shawn’s inability to keep any of his houseplants alive, except for his one, “mutant” cactus…

Vic Lombardi’s Denver: This week Vic spoke to the legendary owner of Comedy Works Wende Curtis about everything from her beginnings helping at her dad’s autobody shop to eventually running the flagship of one of the nation’s best comedy clubs. They also hit everywhere in between. A fascinating conversation.

Mile High Cinema: Trey Mitchell talks about the DCEU, James Gunn and The Flash trailer that was released during the Super Bowl with his guest Victor Gonzalez. Did they like the appearance of Michael Keaton, did that mean good things for the troubled movie? They discuss this and more in Denver’s only hip and modern cinema podcast.

Happy Friday: The boys wrap up the last week with some interesting conversations that run the gamut. Be it mentions of obscure former presidents, to a Carvana vending machine they really do have you covered. Also you never knew you needed a podcast that tracks so much ground in one episode. Check them out now!