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Mumps Leads to Third Quarantine at Immigration Detention Facility

12 hours ago by Conor McCormick-Cavanagh
Newly elected congressman Jason Crow held a press conference at the facility to call attention to the quarantine.

Twenty New Restaurants and Bars Coming to Denver This Year

15 hours ago by Mark Antonation
These newcomers and old favorites will be adding to the Denver restaurant scene in 2019.

Medicine Man Opens New Dispensary in Longmont

19 hours ago by Thomas Mitchell
Medicine Man even bred an exclusive strain for Longmont.

Beer Calendar: Good Times at the Goldspot, Westfax and Diebolt Breweries

19 hours ago by Jonathan Shikes
Don't miss these top craft beer happenings in Denver and beyond.

Plastic Daggers Finds Catharsis in Noise

20 hours ago by Brody Coronelli
The band Plastic Daggers, a noise and punk-rock duo, has been rattling Denver venues since 2015.

Friends and Loved Ones Mourn Former CU Football Player T.J. Cunningham

20 hours ago by Conor McCormick-Cavanagh
Friends and loved ones are mourning the loss of Anthony "T.J." Cunningham, a Buffs football alum and assistant principal in Aurora.

Five Things for Art Lovers to See and Do This Weekend in Denver

21 hours ago by Susan Froyd
This weekend you can see work by a Denver old-guard artist or buy an affordable collage by the one and only Phil Bender, Famous Artist; revel in the culture of Casa Bonita as interpreted by local creatives; gain insights at a photorealist's talk; or take in a new 2019 Month of Photography exhibition of photos by veterans.

Flaming Lips and the Colorado Symphony Perform The Soft Bulletin Again

21 hours ago by Jon Solomon
There were a lot of moving parts when the Flaming Lips teamed up with the Colorado Symphony to perform the 1999 album The Soft Bulletin in its entirety at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in 2016.

America Can't Look Away from Murder Details of Colorado Mom Kelsey Berreth

21 hours ago by Michael Roberts
The alleged murder of Woodland Park mom Kelsey Berreth is the latest Colorado crime to go national, and international.

Kratom Imported by Denver Company Seized by the Feds

22 hours ago by Michael Roberts
The owner of a Denver company says the FDA is violating his rights by seizing 540 kilos of the controversial substance kratom.

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