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- Medical Aid In Dying: A Colorado Doctor’s Perspective
- Telluride poet Kierstin Bridger gives voice to prostitutes of the Old West in her collection, Demimonde.
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- A 100 Years Ago Arthur Carhart Had a Vision For Both Wilderness and Recreation On Public Lands
- Million Dollar Restoration Planned For #Pueblo’s Historic Goodnight Barn
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- Boulder Poet Andrea Gibson Writes Through Love And War In ‘Lord Of The Butterflies’
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- How Did Colorado Supermarket Chain King Soopers Get It’s Name?
- Legal Pot Changes The Work Of Some Drug Detection Dogs
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- A New History Colorado Exhibit Spotlights Colorado’s Oldest Continuous Residents, the Utes
- On The 50th Anniversary Of Edward Abbey’s “Desert Solitaire,” A Former Park Ranger Honors The Iconic Book And Confronts Outdated Views
- Denver Turns 160 This Week. So, How’d The Mile High City Get Its Name?
- Founding Member Of Ghost Town Club Of Colorado Remembers Sixty Years Of Exploring Hundreds Of #GhostTowns Around The State
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- Denver Poet Dominique Christina Gives Voice To Enslaved Black Woman Who Endured Medical Experiments
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Category Archives: Religion
For the first time in 127 years there will be no Rosh Hashanah celebration at Temple Aaron in Trinidad. Colorado’s oldest continuously operating synagogue has held its last service, just before the Jewish New Year. And it’s for sale. In 1889 … Continue reading
No matter what line of work you’re in you’ve probably faced this question: “How does the internet change what I do?” Well, that applies to religious leaders as well. If people can create virtual communities, do they still need church? … Continue reading
Three decades ago, Zhaleh Vafai, of Aurora, fled Iran and came to the United States. She’s a member of the Baha’i faith and it wasn’t safe for her in Iran. Her family was under constant threat. Today, Baha’is still face … Continue reading
This week Jews around the world are celebrating Passover. Families and friends gather at seders, which are the ritual holiday dinners to commemorate the redemption of their ancestors from slavery. On Passover, and throughout the year, observant Jews eat only … Continue reading
When it comes to meat, the term “Kosher” refers to the strict Jewish laws around how the animal was slaughtered and processed. But two rabbis– a husband and wife, actually in Pueblo– want “kosher” to mean something about how the … Continue reading
Denver’s Mizel Museum has a new, permanent exhibit. It’s called a “4,000 Year Road Trip: Gathering Sparks.” The Mizel started almost 30 years ago as a gallery of traditional Jewish art. But as Curator Georgina Kolber tells Ryan Warner, the … Continue reading
A Colorado Matters segment produced by Shanna Lewis Funeral Pyres Burn In Colorado.
Rural Community Reacts to Religious Compound as reported by Shanna Lewis on Colorado Public Radio A report earlier this year disclosed that members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints have purchased more than $2 million … Continue reading