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  1. Music-loving economist gives CU-Boulder largest gift in years

    A $6 million endowment from the late Eugene D. Eaton Jr. will benefit the Department of Economics and the College of Music.
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  2. Youth on Record’s music education helps Denver teens find groove

    The Denver nonprofit unveils its $2 million studio, where it will offer for-credit classes and host workshops led by touring musicians.
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  3. Voz y Corazón Helps Youth Affected By Suicide Find Their Voice Through Art

    A Denver program called Voz y Corazón is using art to reach youth affected by suicide. For one 14-year-old girl, the program means she sees herself as "one of a kind."
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  4. Bringing Music to Life founder believes free instruments keep kids motivated

    Back after a year-long hiatus, the Instrument Drive will distribute free musical instruments to Colorado school children over two weeks in March.
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  5. Stories of civic activism in Denver inspire new play

    “If Not Us,” a student-led stage production based on a collection of stories about the importance of standing up for oneself, premieres Thursday at East High School.
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  6. Colo. arts education gains momentum, despite recession, report says

    Still, according to the study from Colorado Creative Industries, educators reported that time and money continue to be obstacles for arts education.
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  7. Comics in classrooms: Denver educator says they belong in Common Core

    At Denver Comic Con Memorial Day weekend, a Denver educator will explain how graphic novels can help build literacy and critical thinking skills.
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  8. Toluwanimi Obiwole named first-ever Denver Youth Poet Laureate

    The Denver Youth Poet Laureate will read poems at official ceremonies, engage in important youth-centric civic issues and promote literacy.
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  9. Downtown Aurora Visual Arts program receives White House honors

    DAVA’s Job Training in the Arts is one of 12 after-school programs in the country selected from a pool of 350 nominees to receive a 2014 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award.
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  10. Teen cancer patient’s wish to play with Colorado Symphony comes true

    With help from Make-A-Wish Colorado, 14-year-old Denver violist Gianella Falcon Escobedo will fulfill her musical aspirations and perform with the Colorado Symphony Friday night.
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