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The study finds that Durango is not allowing the homeless to sleep anywhere in public, pushing them out of the city.
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Blanchard Family Wines will open a new tasting room in LoDo this month.
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Colorado marijuana sales broke earnings records in July and August, but started visibly dropping in September and continued that fall in October.
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Christmas Eve is a great time to try out some of Denver's best restaurants, some of which are offering seafood-themed dinners.
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MoveOn just released the results of its straw poll of possible Democratic presidential candidates in 2020.
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Don't miss these beer festivals, tastings, tappings and other happenings.
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The former owners of the Crushery on South Pearl Street now have their own line of hot sauces.
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Hit the galleries for a break from the holidays.
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This week the Colorado Symphony announced its latest collaboration with a contemporary artist at Red Rocks; the orchestra will be joined by Béla Fleck, the sixteen-time Grammy winners that has spent four decades playing his banjo, merging jazz, country, classical, pop, bluegrass and musical traditions from around the world.
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A settlement agreement in a jail death was supposed to remain confidential, but a judge unsealed documents after a private health care company failed to pay all of the $3.7 million it owed.
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