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Penny, a red-ruffed lemur, was born recently at the Denver Zoo. Zookeepers say Penny and her mother, Sixpence, are healthy. The pair were out of public view for several weeks to bond, but both have emerged at the zoo's Emerald Forest … more
arkour came into Mark D’Agosta’s life the way many people find their passions in the 21 century — YouTube. “I was already doing this stuff,” he said. “There just wasn’t any sort of training or name for it.” By “this stuff,” … more
If there’s a better part of summer than music under the stars, I don’t know what it is. Colorado has no shortage of picturesque locations for summer concerts, and while everyone is well aware of places like Red Rocks, many more intimidate venues exist that provide a lovely setting for some classic acts. more
A May summit of municipal leaders along the Boulder-Denver Turnpike will show off how far their communities have come. The Sustainable Transportation Summit will be Wednesday, May 3, from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Denver Marriott Westminster, … more
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Small encampments along a nearby jogging path. A sleeping bag tucked under a bridge. The car parked in the far corner of the grocery store parking lot. There, often just out of the public’s sight, are the homeless of Jefferson … more
Robots race at each other in a metallic frenzy, scooping up balls, gears and sprockets as quickly as they can. The collected parts are brought back to their stations and the fuel is loaded before the propellers can start to turn. “The idea … more
The Federal Aviation Administration has scheduled 11 public information workshops in April and May to provide information to the public concerning proposed airspace improvements in the Denver metro area. A component of the Denver Metroplex … more
While mayors around the metro area are backing a state legislative effort restricting construction defects lawsuits that they say discourage the building of attainable housing — such as condominiums and townhomes — critics say it would take away … more
Londa Mull isn't your typical couch surfer. “I'm technically homeless, and I chose this,” she said with a smile. After her four adult children moved out, Mull, a 50-year-old former real estate broker's assistant, began looking for a … more
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