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It’s been more than three years since the Camp Fire leveled the California town of Paradise. But for domestic violence counselor Marlen Hernandez and the clients she serves, the traumatic effects continue to rage. About six months after the fire...

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We all know that Pearl Street and the Flatirons are icons of our city. These locations serve as a welcoming pad for thousands of tourists each year, but for locals, the library is where you find the heart of...

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Elaborately painted sugar skulls rest beside photos, flanked by candles, a cross and flowers — an ofrenda, a memorial to the dead, honoring them with religious sacrament and artifacts representative of their life. The ofrenda is part of Dia de...

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Here’s an itch you probably never thought you’d scratch: a mashup between Gulliver’s Travels and professional basketball. This fall, The Catamounts presents the regional debut of Chicago-based playwright Mickle Maher’s fantastical musical Small Ball. The story follows a basketball player named...

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For nearly 30 years, Open Studios has been supporting Boulder County artists by fostering connection between creatives and the community. Nowhere is the nonprofit’s mission more legible than its namesake studio tour program, running this year through Oct. 16.  Offering...

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It wasn’t love at first bite, but I finally warmed up to the shishito pepper. The name is an abbreviation of shishitogarashi, which is Japanese for “the tip of this pepper looks like a lion’s face.” This description is as...

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There are 27,000 licensed physicians in the state of Colorado. According to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), only 311 of those are registered with the government to write medical marjuana prescriptions.  There used to be more...
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