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Hulk Hogan reinstated into WWE Hall of Fame

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World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. has reinstated Hulk Hogan to its Hall of Fame, three years after he was found to have used racial slurs in a conversation caught on a sex tape.

Monday, Jul 16

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PHOTOS: Felines, Freak Show and more at the 2018 Denver County Fair

The Denver Post

While the competitive spirit at this year’s Denver County Fair was as serious as it gets, the subject matter was most certainly not.

PHOTOS: Dead & Company’s two-night 2018 run at Folsom Field

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Dead & Company features singer-guitarist Bob Weir and drummers Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann, all of the Grateful Dead, plus John Mayer, Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti.

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Man who set 1960 record for climbing 52 fourteeners in 52 days dies at 85

The Denver Post

When Boulder's Cleveland "Cleve" McCarty set out in 1960 to hike the then-52 acknowledged 14ers in 52 days, he was setting a speed record for a feat that nobody had even thought to try before.

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“Made in Colorado” exhibit shows how some things are changing — and how some will always stay the same

The Denver Post

The sweeping survey of contemporary work created by 40 artists is set up in the Emmanuel Gallery on the Auraria campus and Gallery 808 in the Santa Fe Arts District.

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Dead & Company Boulder concerts at Folsom Field yield 4 arrests, 1 citation over weekend

The Denver Post

The estimated 58,500 fans who watched the Dead & Company perform two shows over the weekend at Folsom Field were well behaved overall, according to University of Colorado police.

Saturday, Jul 14

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Scarlett Johansson pulls out of trans drama “Rub & Tug” after backlash

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Scarlett Johansson on Friday withdrew from the film "Rub & Tug" after her plans to portray a transgender man prompted a backlash.

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Watch future baseball stars and drink at their expense during a trip to Grand Junction

Next time you visit Grand Junction, stop by Suplizio Field to watch the Grand Junction Rockies. And don't forget to run to the concourse for $2 beers everytime a player on the opposing team strikes out.

Friday, Jul 13

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Conservative film fest to preach free-market gospel from Steamboat

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The Freedom Conference Film Festival, which has in the past brought in Vice President Dick Cheney, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, and dozens more conservative thought-leaders, returns for its 10th installment Aug. 10-11 in…

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Denver Public Library now offers free, Netflix-style streaming

The Denver Post

The Denver Public Library system started offering the free streaming video-on-demand service Kanopy on June 11, instantly adding about 30,000 digital titles to its massive video catalog.

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Friday is fry-day. Here is where to get some french fry deals around Denver.

The Denver Post

Who can resist a french fry’s crispy, golden exterior? Almost no one, that is correct. If you’re going to feel guilty about the calories, why not at least feel good about saving some dough? Friday, July 13, is National French Fry Day and…

Free treats for National Lollipop Day and more Denver-area deals starting July 13

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Lollipops for only $1, free veterinary cares, 60 cent short stacks and more deals in Denver this weekend.

National Ice Cream Day deals and specials around Denver to keep you cool July 15

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National Ice Cream Day is Sunday, July 15, and we have a chilly list of frozen treats to help you cool down and save money.

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Book Review: Runaway brides find love in the West in “The Patchwork Bride”

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Sandra Dallas' 15th novel sweetly blends the stories of two runaway brides.

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Velorama headliner Glass Animals cancels after drummer was in life-threatening bike accident

The Denver Post

Denver's Velomrama Festival canceled its Friday headliner, Glass Animals, on Thursday after their drummer Joe Seaward was seriously injured in a bike accident while on tour in Dublin.

Thursday, Jul 12

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Book Review: Women in Mideast band together in “Silent Hearts”

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Farida is a modern Pakistani woman. Educated in England, she wears Western clothes and holds a job. This is 2001, and she expects to have a say in her parents’ choice of her husband.

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Fast bikes. No brakes. Banked track. Boulder has one of the nation’s few velodrome arenas

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Cyclists race across a 250-meter wooden track with turns banked at 45 degrees at the three-year-old Boulder Valley Velodrome five miles east of Boulder, which is one of the few cycling tracks in the United States.

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“Game of Thrones” earns a leading 22 Emmy Award nominations, Netflix is most-nominated network

"The Handmaid's Tale," the dystopian sci-fi series that claimed top drama honors last year, drew 20 bids, with "Westworld" close by with 21.

How to skip the shuttle and drive your car up to Pikes Peak summit instead

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With a parking crunch at the Pikes Peak summit, most non-hiking visitors can only get to the top via a shuttle. Here's how you can skip that and take your car instead.

Here’s how to score a cheap tattoo in Denver on Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th is essentially a tattoo holiday. Here's what you need to know if you're hoping to get in on the cheap tattoos and beautiful experience.

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Critters on canvas: Denver-area artists create long-lasting memories of cherished pets

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Photographs are a great way to capture images of your dog or cat, horse or bird. But those smartphone snaps don’t get to the essence of your prized pet the way a painted portrait does.

Wednesday, Jul 11

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PHOTOS: Boulder’s Tube to Work Day lets commuters get “weird before work”

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Now in its 11th year, Tube to Work Day once again saw about 1,000 people jam Boulder Creek for an event that has become a summer staple in the city, a celebration of alternative transportation and Boulder wackiness.

Man hiked the entire Western Hemisphere to figure out what to do with his life

In May 2015, Holly Harrison - known as "Cargo" to most of his buddies - was hiking along the Appalachian Trail and taking stock of his situation. "You know, trying to figure out what I was going to do with the rest of my life," he said. He…

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Madden NFL 19 ratings for the Denver Broncos

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Electronic Arts unveiled its complete launch ratings for the upcoming Madden NFL 19. Here's a look at how the Broncos stack up.

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Esports on ESPN: Overwatch championship to air in prime time

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The network will air the inaugural Overwatch League Grand Finals in prime time this month as part of a multiyear agreement to bring esports to the biggest sports platform on American television.

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It’s rattlesnake season on Front Range hiking trails. Here’s what you need to know.

The Denver Post

Are rattlesnake encounters more frequent than usual this summer? Where do the snakes like to hang out? How dangerous are their bites? We took these question and many more to Mary Ann Bonnell, visitor services manager for Jefferson County…

Pro wrestlers discuss price for life on road in “350 Days” documentary

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Bret "The Hitman" Hart is one of more than three dozen former wrestlers who dissect the pitfalls of life on the road in the documentary "350 Days."

Tuesday, Jul 10

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The 5 coolest Colorado rentals we could find, from a Hobbit home to a cabin with a personal hot spring

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Five prime Colorado staycation rental locations to try out for a weekend (if you can get a booking).

5 remote and untamed Colorado hot springs that you need a GPS to get to

Colorado is sprinkled with an abundance of untamed soaking spots. With a little map savvy, some shoe leather and a sense of adventure, these (mostly) unspoiled soaks can be yours.

Colorado breweries once again rack up medals at U.S. Open Beer Competition

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Thirteen Colorado breweries took home medals at the 2018 U.S. Open Beer Championship in Oxford, Ohio, this past weekend.