Journalist-turned-dramatist Rick Padden’s play “Beets” is based on the real-life events that transpired at Berthoud sugar beet farms during World War II.
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As part of our Colorado Matters at the Tattered series, she speaks about blending elements of a traditional whodunit with her expertise on Bosnian war crimes.
In his book 'Welcome To Subirdia," ornithologist John Marzluff finds a surprising diversity of birds and other wildlife in the 'burbs.
The pay disparity in Colorado is higher than the national average, according to newly-released federal data.
Nebraska and Oklahoma are suing Colorado over Amendment 64, and NPR reporter Kirk Siegler got curious: How much Colorado weed is actually making it across the borders of neighboring states? Cops there say--a lot. But there are few numbers hard numbers to back up that claim.
This weekend's arts happenings around Colorado include a biennial celebration of fine art photography in Denver and a food, cocktail and performance event from The Catamounts in Longmont.
With memorabilia from Colorado's Caribou Ranch recording studios going on the auct
A piano from Elton John’s hit recordings, the bed where John Lennon slept, and the original artwork from a Chicago album cover are among hundreds of items on the block.
Denver police say they can detect gunshots within half a block of their source. But the microphones the system uses raise privacy concerns.
As lawmakers get ready to debate Democratic bills aimed at aiding the poor, Republicans argue that growing the economy is the key to lifting more families out of poverty.