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“The Interview'' will go down as the satire that provoked an authoritarian dictatorship, roiled Sony Pictures in a massive hacking attack and prompted new questions of cyber warfare, corporate self-censorship and comedic audacity. The movie is … more
Parents have endless concerns about the health of their children — some are issues well researched and widely understood but others are mysteries. Fragile X syndrome is one of those relative unknowns — a genetic condition that causes … more
At a hardware store where I once worked, we would inventory every single nut, bolt, screw and pipe fitting during the week between Christmas and New Years. “There is over 40,000 common items of … more
Thrillist.com, the Internet commentator on all things food-related, has chosen RiNo, Denver’s Riverfront North neighborhood, as one of the 18 Best Food Neighborhoods in America. While RiNo … more
Let me ask you a simple question, and take just a quick few seconds to think about this and answer it honestly. So here it is, do you think there is something you can do or say in the next day, week, month or year to make your personal life or your … more
Some of the rarest and most exotic goods traveled along the Silk Road between Asia and eastern Europe, but those items weren’t the most important — the ideas, religions and cultures that were also traded along those routes would go on to shape … more
The battle against cancer is long and arduous, and the last thing someone should have to think about is how they look. The Oxford Mortgage and Keller Williams DTC offices in Centennial held a clothing drive this holiday season to help the Cancer … more
“Traveling the Silk Road” Denver Museum of Nature & Science 2001 Colorado Blvd., Denver Through May 3 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. $22.95 adult $18.95 senior (age 65 and older) $14.95 junior-student (ages 3-18 or with a student … more
It was a serious pain to switch from standard gauge down to the narrow gauge to get through the mountains. Making transfers to different rolling stock (on both ends of the journey), smaller payloads, … more
It was a teen dream come true for Evergreen sisters Caitlin and Sidney Powell, 16 and 13 respectively, when their band Facing West landed a record deal recently with Pando Records, a Warner Music Group Label. more
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