Researchers at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science discovered that their two female mummies, described as "Rich Mummy" and "Poor Mummy" weren't who scientists thought they were.
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"Her Paris: Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism," showcases paintings by 37 female artists who faced numerous obstacles as they pursued their passion for art.
Annette Gonzalez and her daughter, Angel, attend Friday prayers with Mehdi Khan and his wife Maleeha Nawaz.
Radio reporter Bente Birkeland has uncovered numerous tales of sexual harassment at the state legislature involving senators and representatives, and the people who work beside them.
Western State University Professor Mark Todd has encouraged Colorado poets at all kinds of events, from cowboy poetry readings to poetry slams. He recently received the Karen Chamberlain Award for Lifetime Achievement in Poetry in Colorado.
"It was one of the most exciting things I’ve ever done," Bill Nye says.
After being personally involved in two incidents, Carl Chinn founded a non-profit to help houses of worship prevent violent incidents.
Rocky Mountain Rescue is one of the oldest volunteer search-and-rescue organizations in the country. The Boulder-based group is celebrating 70 years.
Denver author Helen Thorpe spent a year in an English class for recent refugees at South High School in Denver.
What happens when a person of one faith steps into someone of another faith’s house of worship? Mehdi Khan and his wife Maleeha Nawaz, both Muslims, were willing to find out.