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At Westword Arts, Lauri Lynnxe Murphy offers insights into the apparent disconnect between some Colorado natives and new arrivals.

Mile High Report's Scotty Payne weighs in on Ben Roethlisberger's injuries; he's got an AC sprain in his right shoulder plus torn ligaments, but says he's day-to-day and still expects to start in Sunday's Broncos-Steelers playoff game.

Colorado Pols insists that Donald Trump CAN be the GOP nominee and weighs what that might mean for Colorado.

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