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May 18, 2022: Bloom of ‘witness roses’ eagerly anticipated; ’50 Things to Bake Before You Die’

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Courtesy Denver Botanic Gardens
Denver Botanic Gardens horticulturist Mike Bone takes a cutting from the Amache rose in fall, 2021.

It's been decades since anyone's seen the roses bloom that were planted by Japanese-American prisoners at Colorado's Camp Amache. But that may soon change. Then, the fight to recertify a creek and what that means for clean water. Plus, a Denver food critic shares "50 Things to Bake Before You Die." Later, a big step to preserve Chicano murals in Colorado.