With more than 26 shows scheduled this season, "The Nutcracker" requires mental and physical stamina of the Colorado Ballet.
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Linda Ligon founded Thrums Books, a small publishing company that focuses on indigenous fiber arts. Her travels recently took her to Afghanistan.
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