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Utilizing professional design photography, we create and showcase cohesive art collections for today's diverse design concepts. Each month we select 5 artists whose work is complimentary and address…
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New group springs up with misleading ad targeting Jared Polis in Colorado governor’s race

A new attack ad suggests Democrat Jared Polis is the bad guy in a workplace dispute. But it was his personal assistant who plead guilty to stealing business documents and was ordered to stay away fro…
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Reader: Smothering Breakfast Burritos Is Definitely a Colorado Thing

Are "authentic" breakfast burritos handheld? Smothered? does it matter?
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Reader: Texting Is More Dangerous Than "Drowsy" Driving

Readers debate a cooperative traffic campaign between Colorado and the feds.
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Walker Stapleton is on a crusade for fiscal responsibility, and he hopes it will take him to the Colorado governor’s office

Walker Stapleton's profile soared as the Colorado treasurer spent the last eight years sounding the alarm over fiscal threats to the state's budget and economy. In the governor's race, he's focused o…
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For Democrat Jared Polis, it starts with an idea. Colorado voters will tell him whether he’s got the right ones.

The charismatic wiz kid who grew up to be a multimillionaire technology entrepreneur and congressman believes Colorado is ready to make big leaps on renewable energy, expanding early childhood educat…
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Missing Pages, Wrong Addresses: Colorado Blue Books Are Kind of a Mess This Year

Some books are missing pages, and there's at least one error.
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Walker Stapleton, Jared Polis meet in Colorado gubernatorial debate

Republican Treasurer Walker Stapleton and Democratic U.S. Rep. Jared Polis clashed again Saturday over health care, guns and Colorado's energy future in the fifth one-on-one debate of their gubernato…
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Beer patriarch Bill Coors, grandson of Adolph Coors Co. founder, dies at 102

Bill Coors, grandson of Adolph Coors, founder of Adolph Coors Co., died Saturday. He was 102. Born Aug. 11, 1916, Coors went to work in the family business in Golden in 1939 and remained with the co…
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Colorado hotel ranked No. 4 in U.S. by Condé Nast Traveler readers; 9 Denver hotels get love, too (Photos)

A Colorado hotel landed a spot among the top 10 in America in the latest Condé Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice Awards, and nine hotels in the Denver area were singled out for acclaim in the annual publ…
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Every Denver Restaurant and Bar Opening and Closing This Week

A modern French eatery, a Japanese bakery and a rotisserie grill are all on this week's list.
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Mile High Haunts: Hellscream Is Heaven for Scaredy-Cats

A combo pass that gets you into the Haunted Mines, too, makes the trip to Colorado Springs worthwhile.
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Ghostly Ganja: Ten Weed Strains for Halloween Lovers

As with Oktoberfest beers and witches' brews, there are plenty of scary strains to heighten the Halloween spirit.
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Most Coloradans With Criminal Records Can Still Vote

"It's a good feeling. Not everybody is perfect, but I've always wanted to vote. And it's good for every American to vote."
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Colorado attorney general candidates lay out different approaches to office’s role

Colorado’s next attorney general will inherit a lawsuit the state filed against an opioid manufacturer that seeks damages for the state’s painkiller addiction epidemic. Phil Weiser, the Democratic ca…
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