Ever imagine what would happen if you actually received all of the gifts in the song “The Twelve Days of Christmas?” Actors from Denver’s Stories on Stage perform some Christmas satire.
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To mark the 125th anniversary of the Geological Society of America, based in Boulder, a local composer wrote “Formations.” It's a symphony inspired by Colorado’s geology through the years.
Listeners say they were enlightened and moved by the coverage, but we may have missed the mark on another story.
Students at Sheridan Middle School decide to continue as planned a debate on gun control and school safety despite the tragic shooting at a Denver area high school.
Xcel Energy wants the state to lower the amount it has to pay Coloradans who put solar panels on their homes. But advocates say the incentive program is key to adding renewable energy to the grid.
The state directed millions of dollars to improve mental health services a year ago, but new programs have been delayed.
As some towns struggle to attract young, tech-savvy workers, local government leaders think part of the problem is the lack of fast Internet service in the area.
Brett Stewart describes his experience during the shooting and thinks returning to school after the New Year will be difficult.
How does an artist decide when to take a risk that might betray a viewer’s trust? CPR's arts editor hosts a discussion with artist Nikki Pike and curator Carmen Winant.