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  1. Captain Ahab's Revenge: Brewing Beer From An Ancient Whale Bone

    Yeast scraped from a 35-million-year-old whale fossil is the key ingredient in a "paleo ale" from a Virginia brewery. Like many scientific innovations, the idea came about late one night over a pint.
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  2. Arizona Execution Of Inmate Takes Nearly 2 Hours

    Officials who were attempting to put inmate Joseph Wood to death instead watched him gasp and snort for more than an hour, Wood's attorney says. Gov. Jan Brewer has ordered a review of the process.
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  3. Can Finishing A Big Bowl Of Ramen Make Dreams Come True?

    At his ramen shop in Cambridge, Mass., chef Tsuyoshi Nishioka wants customers to follow their dreams. His philosophy? If you can finish a bowl of his ramen, you can accomplish anything in life.
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  4. Colorado’s oldest pottery co-op celebrates its 50th year

    CPR takes a tour of the Colorado Potters Guild’s Denver headquarters.
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  5. Colorado crime reports rose slightly in 2013

    Annual release of the Crime Index by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation shows an overall increase in violent and property crimes of 1.8 percent.
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  6. Eric Cantor's Collapse: What Happened?

    In some ways, the House majority leader is the most significant Republican incumbent ousted in a primary since the intraparty rebellion by conservative hardliners began five years ago.
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  7. Courtney Barnett at OpenAir

    Melbourne-based breakout singer Courtney Barnett came into the CPR Performance Studio to perform a few songs and chat with OpenAir.
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  8. Soylent DIYers Sell Their Own Versions Of The Powdered Food

    Soylent, the offbeat meal replacement company, has built an online community of more than 18,000 users. But some are impatient to get their orders, so they're making and selling it themselves.
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  9. European Court Rules Against Poland In CIA 'Black Sites' Case

    The European Court of Human Rights said Poland broke the European human rights convention by allowing the CIA to imprison and torture two terrorism suspects in secret prisons on its soil.
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  10. Creator of historic ‘Broncho Buster’ sculpture to receive public attribution

    Nearly 100 years after they were commissioned, works by bronze sculptor Alexander Phimister Proctor in Denver’s Civic Center Park receive their due.
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