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  1. Bear adjusting to freedom after years as ice cream shop draw

    The female bear is among more than 300 animals at the sanctuary, including 33 lions recently removed from circuses in Peru and Columbia.
    News · Entry
  2. New Orleans Educator Dreams Of Teaching Tech To Beat The Streets

    After the shooting death of one of his students, New Orleans educator Jonathan Johnson was inspired to create a school that gives low income students practical skills to compete in high-tech fields.
    News · NPR Story
  3. Theft or inspiration? What Robin Thicke has in common with Bach and Mahler

    Some of the sweetest sounds in classical music come from one composer borrowing a melody from another.
    Classical · Blog Post
  4. Colorado cracking down on pot pesticides

    A legislative panel voted Friday to give the state Department of Agriculture $300,000 to step up pesticide enforcement.
    News · Story
  5. Colorado Republican fights party for birth control program

    Rep. Don Coram has been forced to fight against Republicans who believe that IUDs induce abortions.
    News · Blog Post
  6. Psych or business? New earning estimate tool helps students decide

    The tool, called EdPays, shows how much graduates of different Colorado colleges, degree programs and fields of study are estimated to earn after one year, five years and 10 years.
    News · Story
  7. Avalanche danger up after weekend storms

    "Right now the snowpack is really quite touchy and potentially very reactive if you’re trying to get in some backcountry riding," one expert says.
    News · Blog Post
  8. Four gunshots struck Jessica Hernandez, autopsy finds

    The teenager also had marijuana and alcohol in her system during the Jan. 26 shooting.
    News · Blog Post
  9. Sexy, Simple, Satirical: 300 Years Of Picnics In Art

    From Goya to Banksy, artists through the centuries have tackled modernity and its discontents through depictions of eating outdoors.
    News · NPR Story
  10. #TBT: With Year To Go In White House, First Lady Runs For Senate

    It was almost unthinkable at the time, but Hillary Clinton wouldn't be where she is today without taking the bold chance on running for a U.S. Senate seat in a state where she never lived.
    News · NPR Story

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