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  1. 1999 Columbine Diary

    News · Story
  2. Learning To Love The Ocean After A Lifetime Of Fearing It

    Triathlete Tim Bomba has spent a decade helping people feel comfortable swimming in the ocean. But before he could do that, he had to overcome his own fear of the water at the age of 52.
    News · NPR Story
  3. CPR's First 40 Years: 1970-2010

    Colorado Public Radio · Page
  4. Alisha's guide to this weekend's Stanley Film Festival

    Alisha's guide to the upcoming Stanley Film Festival in Estes Park, Colo., including picks for films and events for the weekend-long event from April 24-27.
    OpenAir · Blog Post
  5. 10 facts about the horsehair on a string player’s bow

    A beautifully made instrument is a work of art. But even a priceless violin can't produce a sweet sound if the horsehair on the bow isn't well crafted.
    Classical · Blog Post
  6. Half Of Texas Abortion Clinics Close After Restrictions Enacted

    Many clinics closed because of a new requirement that doctors at those clinics obtain admitting privileges at hospitals near the clinics. Many doctors couldn't comply.
    News · NPR Story
  7. My first record: Keefer Fulgham

    In the days leading up to this year's Record Store Day on April 19, the OpenAir hosts will share the story of their first-ever record purchases, however memorable or misguided they may have been. Next up is morning host Keefer Fulgham.
    OpenAir · Blog Post
  8. After Abortion Ruling, Massachusetts Pushes Retooled Buffer Zone

    Just three weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Massachusetts law creating a 35-foot buffer zone around clinics that perform abortions, lawmakers there are rushing through a replacement.
    News · NPR Story
  9. March 25- 31

    OpenAir · Blog Post
  10. After Thor, Marvel Announces Big Change To Captain America

    Sam Wilson, aka the Falcon, will carry Cap's shield. He's the second African-American to take on the iconic role. Also this week, Marvel announced that Thor will be female.
    News · NPR Story