Touching Strangers

“It was sort of an experiment as what would the body language look like if you asked two strangers introduced only moments before to touch one another for a portrait.” Photographer Richard Renaldi has been working on a series of photographs […]

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Neighborhood Watch: The Golden Triangle

The Golden Triangle in Denver is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the City. Its boundaries are to the East: Lincoln Street, incorporating almost all of Civic Center Park and the institutions surrounding them (with the exception of the Colorado State Capitol in the Capitol Hill […]

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FRESH: Pairing Art and Agriculture

FRESH Longmont is a unique art project that pairs local artists with local farmers to create music, poetry, paintings, photographs and sculptures which reflect the local agricultural community. It culminates on Saturday August 22nd with a sold out benefit featuring […]

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It takes a little crazy to make a difference

“For all our problems, there are amazing people in this country with opportunities to fix them.” In 2009, Dafna Michaelson Jenet, a single mother in Denver, quit her job to embark on a year long journey to all 50 states […]

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Dot Org: Youth Roots

YouthRoots is about teens making real change in their community. They are looking for high school students who have a passion to make a positive impact. Lacey Books, Founder and Executive Director, talks with host Steve Miller.    

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Dot-Org: Community Food Share

Community Food Share supplies food to local nonprofit organizations that in turn distribute the food to their clients, free of charge. Executive Director Michelle Orge talks with host Steve Miller.    

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We Starts With Me

Sadie Melendez, a 2nd grader at Boulder’s Friend’s School and her Mom, film maker Rachel Lederman-Melendez join President Obama as they have their short film “We Starts With Me” screened at the 2nd annual White House Student Film Festival on […]

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