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An AR-15 composed of rose petals anchors a mural on a Five Points restaurant and centers on a painful conversation about gun laws in America

The Denver Post

A mural depicting a gun and candles that appear like bullet holes went up Sunday. It was a local artist's way of responding to the deadly Florida shooting.

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You can live out your Olympic ski racing dreams at this Colorado resort. There’s even pizza and beer.

The Denver Post

The Olympics happen every four years, but Nighthawks racing happens every winter at Eldora. While most of the racers are regulars, it's an ideal venue for first-timers to try racing in a fun setting that is equal parts competition and…

Friday, Feb 23

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Stem Ciders’ new 12-acre facility combines cider house, restaurant and apple orchard

www.denverpost.com

Acreage, Stem Ciders' latest venture, sits on a 12-acre plot of land that's surrounded by a mountain view.

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It’s Sloth Weekend at Denver Downtown Aquarium. Here’s how you can meet Aspen.

The Denver Post

100 lucky sloth fans will get to hang out with the star each day.

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How to get the most out of your Denver “Hamilton” experience

It is your solemn duty to enjoy that fateful night to the fullest. The musical has been called life-changing by some theater-goers, so do your homework to make sure you don't miss a beat.

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Free pancakes and other deals around Denver, Feb. 22-March 1

The Denver Post

Weekly sushi deals, a bargain at Smashburger and, yes, a reminder on those $10 Hamilton tickets.

European art scene began with Neanderthals

From the murky depths of Spanish caves comes a surprising insight: Neanderthals created art.

Thursday, Feb 22

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Why the streets of Breckenridge are as explore-worthy as its slopes

The temptation is to leave after skiing and before the traffic starts. But what if you just stayed an extra day?

Food and Wine Classic returns to Aspen with celebrity chefs and late-night parties galore

The celebrity chef powwow known as Aspen's Food & Wine Classic is back, and once again, it's a hot ticket (if you can afford it).

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Two Aurora brothers landed dream “Hamilton” roles, but only one is coming to Denver for the premiere

The brothers, who play Aaron Burr and Hercules Mulligan/James Madison around the country, talk about the challenges, rivalry and rewards of being in the hottest stage show around.

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Cinemark starts ban on big bags in all its movie theaters, including nine in Colorado

Cinemark has announced that bags or packages larger than 12x12x6 inches will not be permitted inside theaters, beginning Feb. 22.

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Metro area artists find an unexpected venue for a pop-up gallery, a new place to hone their skills — the library

Whether they need a little confidence, new skills or just an opportunity, the artist showcase program at Anythink Brighton Library delivers.

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Rinaldi: At DAM’s blockbuster Degas exhibit, genius proves both a blessing and burden

"Degas: A Passion for Perfection" is a blockbuster show in spite of itself, a must-see that does its homework and serves up plenty for others.

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Cheaper TV plans like Sling TV gain millions of paying customers even as new online competition grows

Watching popular TV shows like "The Walking Dead" or "Game of Thrones" has become so easy online that millions are not only logging in to a plethora of new services, they're also paying for it -- including 2.2 million subscribers at Sling…

Wednesday, Feb 21

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The first Whole Foods mac and cheese bar: We tried 8 kinds in 1 night so you don’t have to

During the first 36 hours that the store was open in November, hungry mac and cheese lovers devoured 1,500 pounds of the gooey goodness.

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“Top Chef” Colorado headed to Telluride for episode 11 (spoiler alert!)

www.denverpost.com

This week's episode had the contestants cooking at North America's highest restaurant at 12,000 feet.

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White Fence Farm closes carry-out locations

www.denverpost.com

The fowl just wasn't flying off the shelves as quickly as they hoped at the smaller outposts.

Openings: Tony Roma’s comes downtown, plus Bertha’s Baja and more

www.denverpost.com

Were you aware that we've been living in a Tony Roma's-less state?

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You can score a $1 pint of Little Man Ice Cream tonight (even Salted Oreo) — if you’re willing to freeze for it

Little Man is putting customer loyalty to the test by offering $1 pints at its 2620 16th Street location between 9 and 10 p.m. tonight. All you have to do is wait for it outside.

Tuesday, Feb 20

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National Margarita Day: Where to find drink specials around the Front Range Feb. 22

www.denverpost.com

Whether you like slushies, salt or sugar, we can all agree that we like margaritas best when they're cheap.

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Colorado film incentive program remains in political limbo after alarming audit

The Denver Post

Colorado lawmakers this spring appear poised to rehash a perennial fight over taxpayer subsidies for the state film industry.

Hanging Lake visitor cap closer to reality as Forest Service drafts sharp limits to popular Colorado spot

The U.S. Forest Service has released its draft decision to adopt and implement the planned Hanging Lake area management plan for the popular, yet overcrowded destination in Glenwood Canyon.

Prices for Winter Park Express ski train slashed for this weekend in celebration of bountiful snow

With eight inches of fresh snow and more than 50 inches having fallen this month, officials at Winter Park and the Winter Park Express train from Union Station decided it was time to celebrate with a "Snow Sale."

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Five new Colorado music venues to check out in 2018

Denver has fast become known as one of the country's live music destinations.

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Jefferson County is temporarily closing a few public spaces — including parts of trails and climbing routes — to protect several animal species

Nesting raptors and calving elk are a few of the animals protected by annual Jeffco Open Space closures that affect trails, climbing areas.

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January was slow, but as the mountains fill with snow, ski town hotels fill with visitors

The Denver Post

Colorado's lodging revenue is mirroring the bleak snowpack in the high country, according to a report by Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association. It just makes sense -- when snow is slow to fill the ski slopes, fewer people occupy the hotel…

Monday, Feb 19

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Colorado Rapids could play the coldest match ever between MLS teams, giving Commerce City a potential second game for the record books

When the Colorado Rapids play their first meaningful game under the new coach, it could be a record-breaking event that will give the Snow Clasico a run for its money.

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A Denver-area district where you could walk around with to-go adult beverages takes big step toward reality

The Denver Post

An effort to bring a 150,000-square-foot entertainment and dining complex to Glendale -- a plan that has been repeatedly sidetracked in recent years -- this month took its most significant step forward yet when city leaders approved a…

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PHOTOS: Denver Mardi Gras 2018 at the Exdo Center

The Exdo Center in Denver was transformed into Bourbon Street Saturday night for a Mardi Gras party to end all parties.

Sunday, Feb 18

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Elliott Gould reflects on the extremes of his six-decade career ahead of visit to Boulder

His new film "Humor Me," co-starring Jemaine Clement from Flights of the Conchords, is executive-produced by Boulder-based Superlative Films.