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City Planning Through Musical Theory, Trump’s Campaign Style, Supersonic Travel, Daddy ‘Bruce’ Randolph

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Eighty percent of the world's population will live in urban areas by 2080. To prepare, Denver is looking to a city planning method based on musical theory. Then, anthropologists from University of Colorado broke down President-Elect Donald Trump's unusual communication style. They say mocking his opponents helped propel him to the White House. Plus, a story from deep in the CPR archives about a supersonic jet that landed in Colorado Springs, as a Colorado company hopes to bring back supersonic passenger travel. The story of Daddy "Bruce" Randolph, who made Thanksgiving a little brighter in Denver. And, Denver Art Museum's director hopes a new "Star Wars" exhibition attracts a lot of visitors, but insists they are not "dumbing down things."