Colorado is full of summer music festivals and concerts, classical, jazz, bluegrass and more. Which ones should be on your list?
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For many of us, it feels like the bruising election of 2012 just wrapped up, but for the state’s political hopefuls, 2014 is just around the corner. And it could be a big year.
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Highlands Ranch composer Charles Denler makes his living writing music for commercials, movies, and television shows. You’ve probably heard his music on PBS or the History Channel.
Two big legal decisions dominate Colorado Matters' regular conversation with Governor John Hickenlooper this month. The first is a ruling from the Colorado State Supreme Court. In Lobato v.
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Asian-American actors can have a hard time finding good roles. Even in 2013, they’re likely to end up playing the butler or the maid.
Earlier this week, the man who oversees parole for the state was put on paid leave. It’s yet another wrinkle stemming from the murder of the late prison chief Tom Clements.