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  1. Stretch Or Splat? How A Black Hole Kills You Matters... A Lot

    Over the past year, a roaring debate has erupted among physicists about what exactly would happen if you fell into a black hole. Would it be "spaghettification," or a quantum firestorm and oblivion where space ceases to exist? The answer has big implications for fundamental physics.
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  2. Don Ambler was Colorado's ambassador of the clarinet

    He nearly gave up the instrument when he brother passed away. Instead, he kept playing and inspired scores of local musicians.
    Classical · Story
  3. Born In The U.S., But Struggling To Acclimate In Mexico

    An estimated 300,000 kids born in the U.S. are now living in Mexico because their parents were either deported or went south of the border when jobs in the United States dried up. Schools in border areas aren't equipped to educate these children, who may be Mexican but don't feel Mexican.
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  4. Itzhak Perlman: Five great performances to honor his visit to Colorado

    One of the biggest names in classical music is on tour and playing in Colorado. Here are highlights from an amazing five-decade career.
    Classical · Story
  5. Red State Retirement Takes Democratic House Seat Out Of Play

    Rep. Jim Matheson of Utah was facing a tough re-election fight in his heavily conservative district. In 2012, he barely won, defeating Republican Mia Love by fewer than 800 votes.
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  6. Denver’s Dazzle jazz club engages classical music fans

    One of Denver’s premiere jazz clubs launches into the second iteration of its new monthly classical music series, showing how small, atypical venues can draw passionate audiences and musicians.
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  7. NAFTA Opened Continent For Some Canadian Companies

    A generation after Mexico, Canada and the United States signed the North American Free Trade Agreement, cross-border business is flowing. Some Canadians were fearful of their southern neighbors, but Bombardier Aerospace, with plants now in the U.S. and Mexico, illustrates one way NAFTA changed business.
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  8. Newtown Anniversary Marked By Gun Control Stalemate

    On the surface, it may look like the gun lobby ultimately won the political battles that mattered in the past year. After all, Congress failed to pass tougher gun laws. But the reality is more mixed; the result was more of a standoff.
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  9. Movie Review: 'Inside Llewyn Davis' is beautiful, but then what?

    The latest film by Joel and Ethan Coen, "Inside Llewyn Davis", is a period piece set in New York’s Greenwich Village in 1961. Like all of the Coens’ work, the movie is beautiful. But a question persists -- to what end?
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  10. Edward Snowden Seeks 'Permanent Political Asylum'

    The former NSA contractor lives in Russia where he has temporary asylum until mid-2014. In an open letter to the people of Brazil, he says permanent political asylum would give him the ability to talk more freely. The Brazilian newspaper that published the letter says Snowden wants asylum in Brazil.
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