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Nikki Haley warns of socialism as she rallies Republicans for Cory Gardner

U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner, preparing for the fight of his political life, called in the cavalry Monday afternoon, hosting a fundraiser near Denver with Nikki Haley.
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Effort to recall Colorado Senate President Leroy Garcia gets go-ahead

The Colorado Secretary of State's Office cleared the way Monday for signature-gathering to begin in the effort to recall Colorado Senate President Leroy Garcia.
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Picture This: Tortillas 101 in Denver

Students left with fresh tortillas, a family recipe and a mission to create the best tortillas at home following The Art of Making Tortillas — a class at Museo de las Americas in Denver on Saturday, …
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New Colorado housing permits slipped dramatically in the first half of 2019

The last time new permits dropped statewide over a full year was in 2009.
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Developer plans 19-story, $160M apartment building in prime Denver neighborhood

The development could feature nearly 500 residential units.
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More Details on West of Surrender, Coming to Marlowe's Space

The former CEO of Tavern Hospitality Group is behind the restaurant taking the place of Marlowe's.
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Nestle USA to shutter Denver ice-cream sales location, lay off 56

The company is changing how it gets ice cream and pizza to the frozen-food aisle.
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Why River North Brewery's Opening Brings Closure in RiNo

River North Brewing cooks up a batch of black IPA — the first beer it brewed in its now-demolished Blake Street location.
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Opera on Tap Has Gone Nomadic Since Syntax Physic Opera Closed

Starting this month, Opera on Tap will launch again at Hot Fun in the Summertime at 6 p.m. on August 24 at Rory's Tavern.
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Lafayette Dispensary Hit With Marijuana Recall; Denver Crackdown in the Works

Shortly after, Denver announced 25 dispensaries will be randomly tested for contaminants.
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Colorado Creatives: Angela Beloian

Angela Beloian was raised to be an artist by a creative family, left to her own devices to develop a practice out of her love of nature and color.
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Colorado Symphony Will Perform Return of the Jedi

The Colorado Symphony will make the epic film even more epic.
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Republican poll shows overwhelming support for stricter gun control among suburban women

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump is Lucy. Gun control is the football. Congress is Charlie Brown.
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Snarfburger Opens Its First Denver Burger Shack

Jimmy Seidel's bargain burger shack makes its way from Boulder to west Denver.
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John Lacroix Throws Colorado's Only 200-Mile Foot Race of 2020

It takes a lot to organize a 200 mile footrace. John Lacroix of Human Potential Running Series thinks he has what it takes.
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