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  1. Controversial new play comes from Columbine shooters' perspectives

    "The Erlkings," which opens off-Broadway this month, is about the 1999 shootings at Columbine High School.
    News · Story
  2. Staying Vital As Time Marches On: Art Can Hold The Key

    At 82, 92, and 102, you might expect our three guests to be retired. Their love of their art is what keeps them going.
    News · Story
  3. 'That Dragon, Cancer' video game helps Colorado family cope with son's death

    While the game -- due out in the fall -- is intended to honor Joel Green and to help others suffering from loss, some say it presents a virtual reality that is all too real.
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  4. One year later, a musical remembrance at Arapahoe High

    How a high school wind ensemble in Centennial reflected on a December 2013 school shooting.
    Classical · Blog Post
  5. After 60 years, Denver photojournalist to retire his floor seat at the Final Four

    Rich Clarkson shot his first Final Four as a freshman at Kansas. He says his best advice to young photographers is: "Have something to say. Then use the camera."
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  6. The Year in Culture: Pot concerts, symphony discord, Tarantino, democratizing art and more

    CPR’s Arts Bureau recaps the year’s biggest cultural news across the state.
    News · Story
  7. The year in Colorado music: Hot Rize, Esme Patterson and Ron Miles

    Colorado Matters compiles some of the show's best music interviews from 2014.
    News · Story
  8. After 30 years, Colorado Symphony Chorus has sights set on national acclaim

    Chorus director Duain Wolfe visited CPR to talk about founding the ensemble, its evolution and 30th anniversary celebrations.
    News · Story
  9. John Steinbeck story resurfaces after 70 years

    Once read on radio by Orson Welles, "With Your Wings" had never been seen in print. Now, after a fateful discovery, it's set to be published. Also: Joshua Ferris has won the Dylan Thomas Prize.
    News · NPR Story
  10. 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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