Immigrants in Colorado are losing money and time, and even risk deportation, when they go to people who aren't lawyers for legal services. Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett says his department has been successful in cutting down on what's called "notario fraud," and can help people elsewhere in the state. Then, the challenge of translating jokes. Is a chicken crossing the road as funny in another language? Plus, there's a big gold frame at a museum in Denver, but, oddly, there's no picture inside. It's made of cheap material and the artist says the installation is a commentary on low-quality construction he sees going up in the metro area. And, Boulder progressive Bluegrass quintet Yonder Mountain String Band recently released a new album -- we had a preview last December.
Protecting Immigrants From Fraud; The Challenge Of Translating Jokes; Art Exhibit Critiques Shoddy Construction
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Ryan Warner is the senior host and editor of Colorado Public Radio's daily interview program "Colorado Matters." He regularly reports on the most important issues facing Colorado - from the state capitol, which includes a monthly interview with the Governor of Colorado - to topics concerning health, education, business, energy and the environment and arts and culture.
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