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This year’s best outdoor winter concerts in Colorado, from slopeside festivals to Winter on the...

The Denver Post (Travel) 1/18 2:00A Dylan Owens, The Know
Much of the music industry hibernates through winter, but Colorado doesn’t seem to care. Year after year, the list of winter-time Red Rocks shows and full-blown outdoor music...

Ask Amy: New mom struggles with the family petri dish

The Dever Post (Lifestyles) 1/17 11:30P Amy Dickinson
Dear Amy: I had a baby daughter four months ago. My in-laws called three days before Christmas to tell us that they all had colds, but insisted that we come over anyway...

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Sears staves off liquidation, stores to remain open

The Denver Post (Food Retail) 1/16 6:41A The Associated Press
NEW YORK Sears will live on — at least for now. The company s chairman and largest shareholder, Eddie Lampert, won a bankruptcy auction for Sears, averting liquidation of the...

Less beef, more beans. Experts say world needs a new diet

The Dever Post (Food & Dining) 1/16 6:15A Candice Choi, The Associated Pre
NEW YORK A hamburger a week, but no more — that’s about as much red meat people should eat to do what’s best for their health and the planet, according to a report seeking to...

Get Cooking: Umami, our fifth taste

The Dever Post (Food & Dining) 1/16 2:00A Bill St. John
For years, you’ve had a taste for something but didn’t know its name. It’s umami. Some call it “the fifth taste” after the well-known quartet of the tastes bitter, sweet,...

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Rockies podcast: Should Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame?

The Denver Post (Sports) 1/18 1:00A Kyle Newman, Patrick Saunders
In the latest On the Rox podcast , Denver Post beat writers Patrick Saunders and Kyle Newman debate whether Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens deserve to enter the Baseball Hall of...

Denver Sports Omelette: Thank Mike Munchak’s family for bringing the new Broncos O-line coach to...

The Dever Post (Broncos) 1/18 1:00A Joe Nguyen, Jeff Bailey
The Broncos have Mike Munchak s daughter to thank for influencing her dad s decision to move to Denver. The Broncos new offensive line coach told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Tuesday that it was a...

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Microsoft pledges $500M to tackle Seattle housing crisis

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 1/17 1:44A Gene Johnson
SEATTLE Microsoft says it will devote $500 million to address a problem its own success helped create: the severe need for affordable housing in the Seattle area. As the tech...

Home sales slowed across most of Colorado in 2018

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 1/16 1:00A Aldo Svaldi
Metro Denver s housing market saw sales slide and prices continue to rise last year, and that pattern dominated across much of the state, according to a monthly update from...

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PHOTOS: Climbers scale huge ice cliffs in Ouray

The Dever Post (Fitness) 1/15 2:00A Andy Cross, The Know
Ouray in southwestern Colorado is home to one of the world s largest ice parks. The man-made ice cascades into the Uncompahgre Gorge, which creates a playground for ice...

Reserve your summer campsites at Colorado state parks now

The Dever Post (Fitness) 1/14 2:00A John Meyer, The Know
If you think it s too early to think about reserving campsites in Colorado s state parks and wildlife areas, you might want to rethink that thinking. At the first of the year,...

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