The electone will be front and center as part of the inaugural Denver International Electronic Music Festival, which starts today.
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Nancy Hogshead-Makar is now a lawyer, and the founder of Champion Women, a legal advocacy group for girls and women in sports.
"Both of us support a pathway to citizenship for the dreamers, and both of us support border security," said Sen. Michael Bennet, a Democrat.
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Russia is likely to meddle in this year's election. That's what intelligence officials told members of Congress Tuesday morning.
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A new documentary at Denver's Jewish Film Festival, “Cuba’s Forgotten Jewels,” explores the little-known history of Jewish refugees in Cuba.
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A $50 million dollar adult funhouse is coming to Denver in the next couple years.