Over 100 people gathered at the town-hall meeting held Tuesday night by Congressman Jared Polis. Protesters were critical of the Congressman’s deal with Governor John Hickenlooper to withdraw 2 ballot initiatives that he was backing that dealt with stricter oil […]
On Monday, the Denver City Council transferred $3,250,000 from its contingency coffers to once again pay an excessive force settlement against law enforcement. The claim brought by Jamal Hunter who was an inmate of Denver jail in 2011, is the […]
The 1 year anniversary of the historic 2013 floods is approaching. Lyons was one of the towns the hardest hit and they are planning a series of commemorative events, in many ways celebrating how far the town has come in the […]
Our physical environment…the towns we live in, the buildings where we live and work…can have a huge impact on our health – both positive and negative. Some cutting edge research is being done into this in Denver. Angela Loder is a […]
Hundreds of public music teachers, administrators, music industry professionals and leading academics from the field of popular music education gathered in Fort Collins this past weekend as part of RockFest 2014. That’s an annual gathering organized by the non-profit Little […]
Here’s the buzz on the Nature Almanac for August – About our native bumblebees.
Boulder is gearing up to host the country’s largest multicultural and environmentally focused gathering hosted by Latinos. The Americas Latino Eco-Festival is happening at the DAIRY Center for the Arts From September 11th through September 15th. Maeve Conran spoke with the festival Executive […]