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“My mixed media installations and drawings recontextualize simplified shapes, signs and symbols from disparate historical and contemporary imagery to create abstract fictions,” says artist Liz Miller. “Recent projects pit Baroque and Gothic … more
On June 13, Colorado Humanities and Center for the Book announced winners of awards in 16 categories, selected after five months of judging of the 177 titles originally submitted. The awards ceremony was held at the historic Hotel Jerome in … more
Coloradans are familiar with the impressive sports career of Jeremy Bloom, the three-time world champion skier, two-time Olympian, 11-time World Cup gold medalist and member of the United States Skiing Hall of Fame. And when he wasn't tearing up the slopes, Bloom was burning up the gridiron as a CU Buff and briefly as an NFL player. more
Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez tabbed Douglas County Commissioner Jill Repella as his running mate late Tuesday afternoon. Repella was elected to her first term as commissioner in November 2008 and re-elected in 2012 to a second … more
Political observers think that Republican primary voters were wise to avoid picking a polarizing conservative to match up against Gov. John Hickenlooper in the fall, but can the party's candidate take back the governor's mansion for the GOP? That … more
Princes and paupers came from across the state over the weekend to enjoy the atmosphere at the Colorado Renaissance Festival & Artisan Marketplace in Larkspur. The festival, now in its 39th year, boasts 10 stages, performing 60 shows … more
An effort to ban the carrying of concealed handguns on college campuses ended June 26 out of supporters' concerns that the issue could be used as a “political football” to impact the November election. For months, backers of the campus gun … more
More doubt was cast recently on the possibility of a special legislative session on hydraulic fracking, as Gov. John Hickenlooper on June 27 lowered expectations that lawmakers will meet over the … more
A federal judge on June 26 rejected a court challenge to gun restrictions that took effect last year, ruling that the new statutes do not infringe on a person's Second Amendment right to bear firearms, as was alleged by the plaintiffs in the … more
As Kaui Hart Hemmings' carefully crafted new novel opens, Sarah St. John is trying to re-enter the world she knows after suffering the loss of her beloved 20-something son, Cully, to an avalanche. She had raised him as a single mother and is finding … more
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