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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.
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  2. Ten Great Summer Reads From Two Colorado Booksellers

    Cathy Langer of the Tattered Cover and Nicole Magistro of The Bookworm in Edwards share their must-read lists for the summer.
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  3. Unseen For 50 Years, Film In Denver Museum Archives Screens Again

    "Desert Islands," a travelogue by popular ornithologist and former Denver Museum of Nature & Science director Alfred Bailey, includes rare footage of a Pacific Ocean island.
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  4. 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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  5. Why Denver Artist Detour Wants You To Touch His Paintings

    Thomas Evans creates portraits of musicians using touch-sensitive paint that enables the pieces to play music.
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  6. Remembering Kent Haruf Through His Final Novel, 'Our Souls At Night'

    Kent Haruf’s wife, Cathy, and his editor, Gary Fisketjon, reflect on the late Colorado author's career.
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  7. Denver's Nathaniel Rateliff Goes Back To His Roots On New Album

    Rateliff has made rock and folk music in Denver for years. But he and his new band are now finding international attention.
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  8. Denver Author Collects Stories Of Forgiveness From Around The World

    New book studies forgiveness from Los Angeles to Rwanda and finds benefits for the person who wrongs and the one who lets go.
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  9. Filmmaker Daniel Junge On Being A 'Turncoat' Coloradan in LA

    The Oscar-winning filmmaker continues to advocate for Colorado’s filming community, despite being lured to Los Angeles.
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  10. Notes From Natalie: A Violin Student's Summer At Aspen Music Festival And School

    Natalie Hodges talks with David Rutherford about a month that helped her grow as a musician.
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