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Denver City Council Advances Measure to Let City Employees Unionize - Denver City Council will likely let voters decide if all city employees can engage in collective bargaining. On June 24, councilmembers approved a proposal that would expand bargaining rights for city employees beyond
CPR Classical Presents: Gershwin’s ‘Rhapsody in Blue’ with pianist Jon Kimura Parker and the National Repertory Orchestra at the King Center in Denver - One hundred years ago, thousands packed New York’s Aeolian Hall to see a highly publicized concert called, “An experiment on modern music.” Luminaries included composer Sergei Rachmaninoff, violinist Fritz Kreisler
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Looking for pickleball (4.5+) - Hi, Sorry if this is the wrong place to ask- I know there’s pickleball at the community centers but I’m looking for high level outdoor play if possible! Staying at the Boulderado so closer is best. Thx submitted by /u/superfooly
What is Hezbollah, the Iranian-backed group that could go to all-out war against Israel? - A war between Lebanon and Israel could spiral into a regional conflict dragging in a host of allies and leading to a conflict between the United States and
CUPD shares data from camera technology - Less than a year after adopting innovative camera technology to deter and solve crimes, the CU Boulder Police Department is sharing certain information captured by the devices. Anyone can view the information, which includes the number of vehicles
Journalism has become ground zero for the vocation crisis - This year has been a grim one for journalism, with layoffs at the Los Angeles Times, Time magazine, NBC News, Forbes, National Geographic, Business Insider and Sports Illustrated. Further cuts loom in newsrooms across the U.S. Growing numbers of reporters and
Denver, Colorado Latino Writers Spotlit in New Anthology by CALMA - There's an old inspirational Mexican proverb: Quisieron enterrarnos, pero no sabían que éramos semilla. English translation: They wanted to bury us, but they didn't know that we were seeds…
Denver Metal Band Oak, Ash & Thorn Signs to Season of Mist Records - Every band shares a vision of being randomly discovered and signed to a legit label deal. Being in the right place at the right time in front of the right person is a romantic thought or hopeful daydream that helps
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Man arrested following wildland fire in Gregory Canyon - A 21-year-old man has been arrested after he reportedly started a wildland fire with fireworks in Gregory Canyon Monday
Superior man accepts plea deal in overnight police standoff case - A Superior man who barricaded himself overnight from sheriff's deputies in October accepted a plea deal in March and has been sentenced to 18 months of
Denver company’s nonalcoholic drinks take the stage at major music venues - A startup's products join the line up at three of the Denver metro-area's main music
Plan a Serene Wellness Weekend in Breckenridge -   Breckenridge may be best known for its rad skiing and snowboarding in the winter (and its exhilarating mountain biking and hiking in the summer). But this historic mining town is also a growing wellness destination, giving travelers an
Colorado company lands $977 million for U.S. military satellite work - The U.S. military has tapped the metro-area company to work on new missile-detection
Boulder police seize 200 suspected fentanyl pills during arrest at Central Park - According to the Boulder Police Department’s Facebook post, at 5 p.m., officers saw a group of individuals smoking suspected drugs in Central Park and went to
Boulder weather: High of 97 with sunny skies - Boulder should see highs in the 90s today with sunny skies, according to the National Weather
Colorado Authors Consider Tattered Cover’s Sale to Barnes &Noble - The recent history of the Tattered Cover is a real page-turner: After forty years of fierce independence, legendary owner Joyce Meskis sells the bookseller to handpicked successors, who face tough competition from chains
Juggling and flow jam at Junkyard Social Club tonight! - Hey all! We have a juggling and flow jam at Junkyard social club tonight! Come hang out! I will be there to teach people! All props and skill levels are welcome and we have props people can try! 6-9 pm. Free, but please consider donating to the non
CU Boulder to build ‘quantum machine shop’ with $20M from NSF - Thanks to a $20 million grant from the National Science Foundation, the University of
Staff shine at National Conference of Race and Ethnicity - The peer mentor leaders of the Bridge Scholars Program recently attended the 36th National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE) in Oahu, Hawaii—marking a significant step in the program's dedication to promoting diversity, equity and
How Denver TV Anchor Kyle Clark Became the Next Big Thing - Kyle Clark is both the most admired and most despised Colorado TV news figure today, but he's not bothered by this dichotomy. "I don't think the community is well served if a broadcast journalist's chief concern is that
Butterfly Pavilion names board chair its interim exec director - The Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster has named Nathalie Brochu, who chairs its board of
Denver weather: Heat wave continues with temps near 100 degrees in metro area - Nearly 100-degree temperatures are expected across the metro area Tuesday as heat advisories and air quality alerts continue, according to the National Weather
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Weld, UNC, Johnstown earn national awards - A handful of Weld County departments, the University of Northern Colorado and the town of
More than 500 people have been charged with federal crimes under the gun safety law Biden signed - By COLLEEN LONG WASHINGTON (AP) — More than 500 people — some linked to transnational cartels and organized crime rings — have been charged with gun trafficking and other crimes under the landmark gun safety legislation President Joe Biden signed two
The West is warming and drying so fast that a crucial drought-monitoring tool can’t keep up, study says - Drought in the American West is becoming a persistent reality instead of a periodic emergency due to climate change, and a recent study found that an essential tool used to measure drought can't keep
WeldWerks Brewing will tap a new line of canned cocktails - The Greeley brewery is expanding its portfolio beyond craft beer for the first time since opening in
New investors, including Shaun White, plan to take Snöbahn national - SNÖBAHN, the Colorado venue that brings outdoor sports indoors, has received an investment from some high-profile names in the world of professional sports who hope to expand the concept
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Culinary team from Corrida, Oak open newest Boulder restaurant - The Colorado Club is serving pub-style food off the Pearl Street
These are Colorado’s best stargazing hotspots - Experience night-sky magic near Lake City, Westcliff and Silver Cliff, Durango and
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Defunct Aurora solar firm leaves a Brighton family “stuck in this abyss” - On a scorching Saturday afternoon, Josefina Lemus sat in her duplex in Brighton and tried to find the words to describe the heartache and frustration of these past two
How to stay cool during extreme heat: Tips for preventing heat-related illness - "We really want to encourage people to stay indoors and be hydrating," said Scott Bookman, a Colorado Department of Public Health
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These Denver neighborhoods have attracted cannabis businesses in a big way, but not much else - In Denver neighborhoods that have a high concentration of cannabis businesses, it's a struggle to secure other investments, including grocery stores, recreation centers and amenities like splash
What are those white puffy things floating all over Denver? (No, not the clouds) - Depending on who you ask, the answer is either “magic snow” or a
Denver Election Day is here. Turnout is abysmal - If you're reading this before 7 p.m. on June 25, you still have time to cast your
Ask Amy: Woman wanting to marry carries tough secret - Dear Readers: To mark my final week writing this column, I’m re-running some memorable
Best group or place to get cheap furniture - Hey everyone, my partner and I are moving to boulder for her to pursue a higher degree! With that being said we both don’t have a lot of money lol. Besides Facebook market place and Craig’s list is there a local Facebook group that “gives things away
Despite GOP headwinds, citizen-led abortion measures could be on the ballot in 9 states - For abortion rights supporters in Florida, it was a tumultuous day of highs and lows. On April 1, the Florida Supreme Court paved the way for the state to ban nearly all abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. But it also OK’d a ballot measure that would
Plans for a proposed six story apartment building overlooking the Arkansas River in Pueblo are nearing final approval - The developer of the proposed 98-unit apartment building is requesting several exceptions to the city's zoning
Colorado’s first-in-the-nation law aims to graduate youth who have been in the justice system - Last year, nearly 6,500 youth entered the justice system in Colorado. A new law gives them rights to