The Rise And Fall Of The Arapaho Glacier

The unusually dry winter has many Coloradans downright worried about the realities of climate change. Ted Scambos is the Senior Research Scientist at CU’s Earth Science and Observation Department. He says, while you shouldn’t panic because of weather, which is […]

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Dot Org: Education Travel and Culture

Education Travel & Culture (ETC) is a non-profit educational exchange organization. Its purpose is to promote international understanding and goodwill by providing high quality educational and cultural exchange programs in the United States and abroad.  Local coordinator Elaine Lee talks […]

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Black Faces White Spaces

“Largely that people of color, poor people tend to bear the brunt of that experience, whether it’s a toxic waste dump or bad air.” The Americas Latino Eco-Festival kicks off in Denver on Thursday October 15th. Carolyn Finney, a  cultural […]

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Cold War Horse

“It’s basically the heart of the cold war effort in this country.” A statue, the “Cold War Horse”, by artist Jeff Gipe, will be dedicated on Sunday October 18th at 3:00 p.m. The location is CO-72, between Indiana St and Hwy 93 in Arvada, […]

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Boulder’s Community Cultural Plan

The City of Boulder is in the beginning phases of a major Community Cultural Plan. This plan is intended to paint a picture of the future of arts and culture in Boulder, and present a blueprint for how the city […]

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City of Boulder Begins Cultural Plan Project

The City of Boulder has started a project to develop a 9-year cultural plan for the city. As a first step, the City held a series of neighborhood listening posts at 13 locations yesterday. Citizens could give their opinions as […]

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