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You may know that Daniels & Fisher became the D&F in Denver's now-gone May D&F department store. A new book is a lens to the past.
The superintendent of Cañon City Schools, George Welsh, has ideas on how to move on from a scandal that made national headlines.
He's ready to hang up his top hat and retire from his long-standing annual role in "A Christmas Carol."
A $3-million gift to the medical campus aims to put a sustained effort to address comparatively high rates of diabetes, liver disease and other problems.
The book weaves multicultural stories together with recipes including collard greens, fruit noodle kugel and, of course, frijoles.
"Blocks of Hope" focuses on one elementary school, and a 2.5 square mile area. The idea is to "flood" the area with resources to help students succeed.
Fruitcake is often vilified as a food. The Denver theater and literature organization Stories on Stage takes a different approach to the dish though.
Scientists scanning the skies for distant planets find everything from massive, lonely giants, to “twin Earths” buzzing each other at close range.