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  1. Weekly Music News: Interpol, Beastie Boys, Spoon, and more

    This week in music news: New albums from Interpol and Spoon, The Whitest Boy Alive break up, and more
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  2. Classical KVOD Holiday

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  3. 89-year-old Boulder rabbi says 'don't freak out about dying'

    The influential Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi shares his thoughts about the "steep decline" at the end of life with Boulder author Sara Davidson in the new book “The December Project.”
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  4. CPRN Award

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  5. The Secret's In The Sugar: Lower-Alcohol Wines Are Taking Off

    This summer is bringing a bumper crop of lighter, more subtle wines like Vinho Verde, Riesling and Txakoli. While lower in alcohol, these wines are also winning fans for their low cost.
    News · NPR Story
  6. The Colorado Art Report: Resident theater ensembles, unusual lecture series and more

    CPR’s weekly arts show examines Colorado theater companies’ commitments to actors and how two arts leaders are turning the traditional lecture series on its head.
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  7. Bye-Bye To The Home Of A Favorite Internet Conspiracy Theory

    The U.S. military is closing a facility scientists have used to study the edge of Earth's atmosphere. Conspiracy theorists suspect it's also been used for nefarious activity — like mind control.
    News · NPR Story
  8. Colorado election officials deny Citizens United film petition

    Citizens United is not exempt from financial reporting requirements for a documentary they're making about Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper in the lead-up to his re-election bid.
    News · Story
  9. Why regional theater companies are forsaking their once-mighty resident acting ensembles

    Denver Center Theatre Company artistic director Kent Thompson weighs in on the rise and fall of resident acting companies in the regional theater landscape.
    News · Story
  10. Paris Ends 'Odd Or Even' Limit On Cars After One Day

    'Impair Ou Pair?' To combat smog, officials restricted car use Monday. For the most part, only cars with odd-numbered license plates could be on the streets. The rule will end after today.
    News · NPR Story