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Entertainment briefs: April 21–27

By Staff

Free tickets available for Riverfront Concert Series Tickets are available for the three concerts in the 2017 Colorado Riverfront Concert Series. Tinsley Ellis will start off the series with the blues on May 25, followed by jazz and soul ...

Email Letters: April 19, 2017

By Staff

Bluster about nuclear weapons will only escalate things So far, I’ve managed to survive the first three months of the Trump presidency and that’s probably because he hasn’t yet started a nuclear war. Just remember that it ...

Celebrate music, good food, beer at 15th annual event

By Tammy Gemaehlich

It’s all about the trees and the mac and cheese. And the beer and the music: The 15th annual Southwest Arbor Fest will be from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 22, at Lincoln Park. The annual event features arts and crafts booths, a ...

Attorney: Overturn justices’ gas ruling

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — A March Colorado Court of Appeals ruling will have a tremendous impact on oil and gas development if not overturned by the state’s high court, an attorney said Wednesday. “It’s also part of a growing trend ...


Addition by subtraction: One of world’s largest wine expos dedicated ot libations without additives

By Dave Buchanan

VERONA, Italy — 
”É primavera. Beh!” a disgruntled voice came from the queue behind me. “It’s spring. Ugh!” No surprise at the lack of enthusiasm, barely 60 degrees and rain drips ...

Music Scene: April 21–27

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Los Angeles’ punk rock princess, The Fabulous Miss Wendy, is on tour with Alaskan duo Mythological Horses and will gallop into town for a show. The Rock + Roll Ride America Tour featuring the Hollywood-born Miss Wendy will stop from ...

Patrouille de France to perform at Air Force Academy

By The AP

AIR FORCE ACADEMY — French military planes will fly over the U.S. Air Force Academy as part of a tour thanking the United States for its help during World War I. Pilots from Patrouille (PAT’-roll-yah) de France, or Patrol of ...

Investigators probe drugs in triple Colorado killing

By The AP

BOULDER — Investigators are trying to determine whether drugs had anything to do with the killing of three people found in a Colorado home. The bodies 54-year-old Wallace White and 56-year-old Kelly Sloat-White, and 39-year-old Emory ...

Colorado moves toward Front Range rail study

By The AP

DENVER —  A plan to explore passenger rail service along Interstate 25 in Colorado is on its way to the governor’s desk. The state House voted Tuesday to order a report on the feasibility of Front Range rail service by the ...

Clean air group says Denver, Fort Collins improving on ozone

By The AP

DENVER — Ozone pollution has improved in both Denver and Fort Collins, but both cities are still among the 15 worst in the nation, the American Lung Association said. The association’s 2017 clean air report released late Tuesday ...

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