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In 1965, Helen Burns called friends together and founded what is now known as the Denver Lyric Opera Guild. (There was at that time a Denver Lyric Opera.) The objective from the start was “to support aspiring young opera singers and to further the … more
Artist/guest curator Mia Bergeron has invited 25 artists — both gallery artists and guests — from the U.S. and Europe to create works of art without boundaries for a show called “Unfurl” that runs through Sept. 21 at Gallery 1261 Delaware, … more
Karen Hardy’s family has a no-phones-during-dinner rule. Lorrie Grove’s family has old-fashioned game nights in which they unplug and spend time playing board games together. In Ginger Delgado’s home, phones are put away in the car to … more
In Colorado high school ranks, officials will continue to judge the inflation level of footballs by feel. George Demetriou, Colorado High School Activities Association rules interpreter, doesn't believe there will be any extra awareness paid to … more
Colorado legalized recreational marijuana, and is now renewing efforts to get teens to stay away from it. Marijuana isn't evil, but teens aren't ready for it: That's the theme of a new effort by Colorado to educate youths about the drug that's … more
Strict limits on methane emissions passed a year ago in Colorado mean the state's energy producers will not be affected by the federal government's new plan to crack down on the powerful greenhouse gas. The Obama administration announced Aug. 18 … more
Unemployment rates fell in 24 U.S. states last month, including some of those with early presidential nominating contests. In Colorado, the jobless rate dipped from 4.4 percent to 4.3 percent. Jobless rates rose in 14 states and were unchanged … more
Colorado's battle over who should regulate fracking could be on the fast track to the state Supreme Court. The Colorado Court of Appeals recently asked to bow out of lawsuits over Longmont's ban on fracking and a five-year moratorium in Fort … more
The idea of the high-tech, emotionless super-soldier is so popular in movies, it's practically a convention. The “Terminator” and “Bourne” franchises, and even last year's animated “Big Hero 6,” imagine characters programmed to kill and … more
There were no signs of disappointment as the capacity crowd filed out of Fiddler's Green Amphitheater following a two-night stand by the Foo Fighters. Nearly 36,000 fans packed into the venue for each of a pair of high-energy shows Aug. 16 and … more
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