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“We are rooted in the music community”: Trujillo family crafts old-world string instruments in Westminster

Mi Vida Strings, a stringed instrument repair and rental shop, has sent violins across the world and restored instruments for musicians ranging from metro area school students to Bob Dylan.

Comics, puzzles, video games and zombies: Embrace your inner nerd at these four Adams County spots

Whether you're crazy about comics or hooked on horror, Adams County has nerdy things to do.

British Film Institute strips Harvey Weinstein of high honor

The British Film Institute stripped disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein of its highest honor Thursday, saying his alleged "appalling conduct" stands in opposition to the organization's values.

Four Aurora dog parks to give your pooch some running room

How to make the most of Colorado's beautiful fall weather for both you and your pup in Aurora.

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Chelsea Handler ending Netflix show to focus on activism


Chelsea Handler says she is ending her weekly Netflix talk show after two seasons in order to focus on political activism.


Discovery Channel revives “American Chopper” after 5 years


“American Chopper” will return to the Discovery Channel next year, five years after its first run on the network ended. The reality series follows feuding father and son motorcycle builders Paul Teutul Sr. and Paul Teutul Jr. as they put…


Don’t eat your placenta, researchers warn

More than 200 millennia of human civilization and two centuries of modern medicine have brought us to this recent heavy-handed admonition by scientific researchers:

Boulder elementary teacher pens memoir about star sister Idina Menzel

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"Voice Lessons: A Sisters Story" hit shelves last week.

Review: Buell’s musical comedy “Something Rotten!” is delightfully absurd


It's hard to envision an audience member slinking out of this romp.


Book review: Roddy Doyle was determined to write a novel that shocked — and succeeded


His latest book, "Smile," delves into painful memories of youth and abuse.

Book Review: On the road with a new kind of workforce


Hitting the open road - not for adventure, but to make ends meet

“Lucky” is a fond — and fitting — farewell to actor Harry Dean Stanton


The prolific character actor, who died in September, plays a cranky old loner.

Across Canada, tributes pour in following news of Gord Downie’s death


Tributes poured in Wednesday for Gord Downie, the frontman for the Canadian band The Tragically Hip who was considered a national treasure. Downie died Tuesday at age 53.


X Games: LCD Soundsystem, Method Man and more to play Aspen’s Belly Up

X Games music week brings five shows to Aspen's 450-person music venue.

Wednesday, Oct 18

Union Station Whole Foods will house the chain’s first-ever mac and cheese bar

Plus: A look at Birdcall and other restaurants inside the chain's splashy new location.

Wounded casino security guard vanishes from Las Vegas — and reappears on the set of “Ellen”

The mystery is over: Las Vegas security guard Jesus Campos has been found.

After Harvey Weinstein, women around the world are saying #MeToo

And, as the #MeToo ranks swelled, there is also a sense of bitterness about how sexism remains rooted in many parts of the world - including places seen as progressive regarding women's rights.

“Goodbye Christopher Robin”: Warm and PBS-pretty, this portrait of Pooh’s creator still bumbles a bit


In the 1920s, A.A. Milne gave a world reeling from World War I gentle books inspired by his only child and the boy's stuffed-animal friends.

Tuesday, Oct 17

Bread bowl to your door: Panera launches delivery in Denver, northern Colorado areas

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Following a successful roll out in Colorado Springs earlier this year, Panera Bread has expanded its delivery service into the Denver metro area and northern Colorado and is seeking to hire 400 new employees to accommodate it.

Amazon Treasure Truck expands to Denver with first stop this week

Instead of thinking outside the box, retailer Amazon is bringing the box to Denver in the form of the Amazon Treasure Truck, which rolls into town this weekend.

4 places to pick up cooking tips and tricks in Arapahoe County

If you're not comfortable around a stove or even a set of knives just yet, holiday cooking can be stressful. Luckily, there are several places all over Arapahoe County where you can take a cooking class to sharpen your skills.

Photos and review: Denver gets its long-awaited Red Hot Chili Peppers show on the bassist’s 55th birthday


The band has kept its energy buzzing through its nearly 35-year career. Its fans? Not so much.

Monday, Oct 16

Al Michaels sorry for “Sunday Night Football” Weinstein joke

DENVER (AP) — NBC play-by-play man Al Michaels has quickly apologized after making a joke about Harvey Weinstein during "Sunday Night Football."

Colorado group to perform worship songs in American Sign Language at Country Music Hall of Fame

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Hands in Praise will perform a 30-minute show interpreting worship songs using American Sign Language.