A Denver author tells why writers like Shakespeare and Hemingway, and everyday people, are attracted to words taken from sports.
A new short film frames last year's Jefferson County School Board recall election as a harbinger of politics nationwide today. Leftover food from Colorado Rockies' home games isn't going into a landfill this year, as it did in the past. It will go to places it's needed, like a day shelter for homeless kids. Also, supersonic air travel may make a comeback if one Colorado Company has its way. And a special guest co-host helps interview the Denver author of a detective novel for young adults.
CPR News invited Fort Collins eighth grader Aritra Nag to co-host an interview with Denver filmmaker and author Adam Lipsius, whose new book is "Knox Chase on the Case."
Annika Clark says she's "always stuck in my imagination," a trait that helped her win a gold medal in the national Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
Colorado Springs writer and mountaineer Susan Joy Paul, author of "Hiking Waterfalls in Colorado," shares her favorites hikes to waterfalls.
A new book called "The Vanishing Messiah" details the life of Francis Schlatter whose touch was said to cure any affliction.
A group at the University of Colorado Boulder collected oral histories and other primary sources that teachers can use in the classroom.
Fox led a workshop about drawing on personal tragedy at Lit Fest, which is hosted by Lighthouse Writers Workshop in Denver and runs through June 17.