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  1. An ancient petrified tree with roots in China now looms in Denver

    A 160 million-year-old petrified tree on display at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science reveals keys to climate patterns from ancient times.
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  2. Riot Fest 2014 to announce new venue after permit denied

    Arapahoe County issued a letter Friday denying a temporary use permit for the three-day Riot Fest music festival scheduled to take place in September in Byers, Colo.
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  3. Colorado painter braves snow, rain to capture rare backcountry scenes

    The Morrison-based painter says his demanding methods mean he captures "views rarely seen and probably never painted."
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  4. This week from CPR’s Arts Bureau: Presidential nod to Aurora arts, Cartier bling and more

    This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores an arts job training program in Aurora that received a national award and a new Denver art exhibition featuring the glitzy jewels of Cartier.
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  5. The Colorado Art Report: A museum crowdsources exhibitions, a bagpiping rockstar and more

    CPR’s weekly arts shows explores History Colorado’s trailblazing approach to exhibition curation and a Spaniard’s musical success as a Celtic bagpiper.
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  6. Signs point to new History Colorado approach of crowdsourcing exhibitions

    History Colorado is experimenting with engaging the public more deeply in creating history exhibitions through creating prototypes around homelessness, guns, Chicano history and more.
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  7. The Colorado Art Report: Singing to remedy stuttering, Bhangra radio dance and more

    CPR’s weekly arts shows explores music as a way to cope with speech impediments and a radio dance choreographed by a classical Indian dance troupe.
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  8. This week from CPR’s Arts Bureau: ‘Balloon Boy,’ loving once-spurned books & more

    This week, CPR’s Arts Bureau explores a new musical inspired by the 2009 Fort Collins “Balloon Boy” hoax and how books initially disliked can become favorites.
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  9. The Colorado Art Report: Sound challenges at Red Rocks, Hispanic Heritage Month and more

    CPR’s weekly arts shows explores how the Colorado Symphony negotiates acoustical obstacles at an iconic outdoor venue and if cultural events centered around Hispanic Heritage Month help or hurt the Latino community.
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  10. Artist Christo, mired in legal battle over Colorado piece, says delays are gratifying

    The world-renowned artist has been working on an installation in Colorado for 22 years, and he's still at least three years away from it becoming a reality.
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