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Pumpkin Ice Cream So Awesome It Makes Kanye Look Like a Wussy B*tch at a Bus Stop

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Denver blog posts are against keeping anyone inside a pumpkin shell.

At our Cafe Society blog, Jenn Wohletz highlights five of the best -- and worst -- pumpkin-spice foods of the season. This pumpkin-cheesecake ice cream inspired the headline above.

Colorado Pols: "Jeffco Schools Superintendent Threatens Teachers Over Latest Protest."

At Denver Urbanism, Jenny Niemann writes about how CU Denver Students are celebrating PARK(ing) Day 2014.

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