"Desert Islands," a travelogue by popular ornithologist and former Denver Museum of Nature & Science director Alfred Bailey, includes rare footage of a Pacific Ocean island.
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The Animas River Stakeholders Group, which works to clean up defunct mines, says the EPA didn't consult them before its recent remediation work at the Gold King Mine.
"The levels of the toxic metals that are in the water are now low enough, says Ron Hewitt Cohen, a mine cleanup expert.
Crime scene investigators and students studying insects are among those who frequent the Colorado field commonly called a "body farm."
In "This Very Moment: Teaching, Thinking, Dancing," Barbara Dilley chronicles the origins of her dance career in New York City and launching a program at Naropa University.
In the winter of 1874, "Alferd" Packer survived being stranded by relying on his companions -- allegedly relying on the meat on their bones, that is.
The Aurora-based classical and contemporary Indian dance school takes on difficult issues, like suicide, rape and senseless violence, in "Gyaan."
A look at the unusual music filling the Colorado Symphony's home this month.
Colorado's biggest cycling event, the USA Pro Challenge, starts Monday.
Samaritan Aviation, based in Montrose, is using the only float-plane in Papua New Guinea to fly villagers to the nearest hospital -- normally days away by canoe.