"Guys on Ice," a new show at the Aurora Fox Theater bills itself as "the world's funniest ice fishing musical comedy."
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After getting a listener complaint about too many meat-filled holiday recipes on Colorado Public Radio, we decided to do something about it.
A new poll is asking Coloradans what they believe are the 10 most important artifacts in the state. The choices range from the remains of a grizzly bear to a 5000-year-old sandal found in Franktown.
Workers say it can be hard to convince some homeless people to go to a shelter even when it's bitter cold. This is a problem as Colo. experiences an "arctic blast" that's expected to last the rest of the month.
The federal ban on hemp could also be removed--at least partially--if Congress passes a farm bill next week that includes an allowance for universities and other public institutions to do further research and development on the plant.
Boulder author Gail Storey chronicles losing more than 20 pounds on the hike, tearing a shoulder muscle and suffering from exhaustion and malnutrition.
In Colorado Matters' monthly education roundup, learn about one writer's case against high school sports, a low score by American adults on a recent international test and a new call for parents to limit online time for kids.
Economists at Colorado State University project the state government will need to spend $2.9 billion more than it brings in by 2030.
An ambitious study at the University of Colorado is mapping the genetic makeup of the trillions of microbes in the human body. For $99, anyone can participate in the American Gut Project.
Our series "Voices on Immigration" continues with the story of Alex Alvarado. Alvarado was brought to the U.S. by his parents when he was a toddler. He's in college now, but his future after graduation rests on the fate of immigration bills in Congress.