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The free Day of Rock event is coming back to downtown Denver for the seventh year this month, with bands including Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, Lost Bayou Ramblers, Denver's Tracksuit Wedding and Bestie from Vancouver, British Columbia. The … more
Greek philosopher Seneca said a sword never kills anybody; it’s a tool in the killer’s hand. It turns out that the same can be said of Spencer V. Dicks’ revolver. Greenland looks … more
Colorado’s U.S. Sens. Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner received recommendations from a report Bennet commissioned over a year ago. The report, presented at a Fire and Forestry Summit May 9 in Colorado Springs, suggests steps the federal government can take to better support Colorado’s wildfire mitigation efforts. more
Would you stand by your child if she was slowly dying of a gruesome and highly contagious illness? That's the central question that Arnold Schwarzenegger has to face in “Maggie,” a terminal illness drama where the malady at hand involves … more
If a golden retriever gives birth, gets stung by a bee or sprayed by a skunk, veterinarians want to know. Scientists are studying the popular breed to find out why their lifespans have gotten shorter over the years and why cancer is so … more
The Colorado legislative session that concluded last week was among the most sharply partisan in recent memory — even for a state where political division is the order of the day. A Republican Senate and a Democratic House spent much of the … more
A clear pattern is emerging in the murder trial of Aurora movie theater shooter James Holmes. Prosecutors are weaving dry facts into a powerful story, by alternating technical testimony with the graphic and emotional recollections of … more
Allan P. Crawfurd, first president of Arapahoe Community College, could never have imagined that the college would livestream its 50th anniversary party from the trendy new cafe on its Littleton campus to its Parker and Castle Rock locations — or … more
Colorado's world-class universities, highly educated workforce, excellent quality of life and pioneering spirit have made the state a hub for inventors, entrepreneurs and innovators. The state's diverse bioscience industry in particular is thriving, … more
Painter Don Hartman's bio statement begins with a Baltimore childhood memory — the imagination kicked in early. “As a child lying in bed, I would look closely at the floral wallpaper in my room. I would find faces. They would forever change how … more
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