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  1. Great albums turning 10 this year: Sleater-Kinney and the class of 2005

    Take a look back at the music of 2005, and enter to win tickets to Sleater-Kinney's SOLD OUT Denver show on Feb. 12.
    OpenAir · Blog Post
  2. Wilderness therapy appears to help vets; VA has yet to be persuaded

    The Veterans Affairs administration will likely want more hard data before implementing large-scale programs, reports High Country News.
    News · Blog Post
  3. CU Boulder says it's snuffed out annual 4/20 marijuana celebration

    The University of Colorado Boulder campus will be open to visitors Monday, after officials say they've ended the annual 4/20 marijuana celebration.
    News · Story
  4. Buck pledges to look at sexual assaults at the Air Force Academy

    A Defense Department survey found that one in 10 female cadets reported unwanted sexual contact in the 2013-2014 academic year.
    News · Blog Post
  5. One Year After Mudslide, First Responders Tackle Emotional Damage

    This weekend, residents of Washington state will mark one year since a massive mudslide devastated a small community, killing 43 people and destroying dozens of homes in a matter of minutes.
    News · NPR Story
  6. Aspen's child care shortage is even tougher on low-income families

    Poor parents looking for child care face a steep price tag.
    News · Blog Post
  7. In Wyoming, scientists play 'mule deer rodeo' to study migration

    Scientists in Wyoming are using helicopters, gun-fired nets and slings to capture and airlift mule deer from the wilderness to testing sites.
    News · Blog Post
  8. Record flu hospitalizations for Colorado this season

    The health department reports more than 2,700 hospitalizations from 57 counties.
    News · Blog Post
  9. Juantio Becenti's 'The Forest at Dawn' plus Beethoven, Debussy and Charles Ives

    In our new installment of Composer & Curator, a program built around a piece inspired by Colorado's La Plata Mountains.
    Classical · Blog Post
  10. Hikers creating 'death zones,' new data suggests

    When all of "visit the great outdoors, we have much more of an effect than we realize," a number of recent studies suggest.
    News · Blog Post