Our Favorite Colorado Matters Conversations Of 2017

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<p>Gayedine Bujanda of TattooEmergency911 administers laser tattoo removal treatment to Devanny Tapia, who is an esthetician with the mobile shop, <span>in Greeley on Jan. 29, 2017.</span></p>

Colorado Matters asked what interviews have stuck with you from the past year, and we tracked what interviews brought the most interest online. Here are a few of your favorites, at the perfect time of year to sit down and listen again.

You're Not As Smart As You Think You Are And It Leads To Political Gridlock, Says CU Scientist

Audio: Philip Fernbach speaks with Ryan Warner
Photo: CM Kowldege Illusion 1 | Philip Fernbach - Courtesy
Philip Fernbach is co-author of the new book "The Knowledge Illusion: Why We Never Think Alone."

Think You Love Colorado's Wilderness? Here Are Five Ways You Might Be Ruining It

Audio: Dana Watts speaks with Andrea Dukakis
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Got A 'Job Stopper' Tattoo? Denver's Jesus Bujanda Can De-Ink You

Audio: Jesus Bujanda speaks with Ryan Warner
Photo: Greeley Tattoo truck 1
Gayedine Bujanda of TattooEmergency911 administers laser tattoo removal treatment to Devanny Tapia, who is an esthetician with the mobile shop, in Greeley on Jan. 29, 2017.

He's On The Cops' Radar, But SMiLE Happily Remains Boulder's Anonymous Street Artist

Audio: ‘SMiLE’ speaks with Ryan Warner
Photo: SMiLE artwork, Errico Malatesta, Pearl Street
A portrait of Italian anarchist Errico Malatesta on a newspaper stand along Pearl Street.