Denver's hometown airline, Frontier, is considering going public. Profits are up but its customer service rating is way down. Could that scare off investors? Then, the lead poisoning crisis in Flint, Michigan moved a Boulder woman to write a new choral work based on the experiences of some of the youngest victims. The piece will be performed in Colorado this weekend. And, as a farm crop, Colorado hemp has more in common with corn than cannabis. But it still suffers from guilt by association. Now, a state agency hopes to change that. Plus, why so many of us are socially awkward.
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