Crumbling church, ruined mansion: See these 5 endangered places in Colorado before they disappear

A crumbling 90-year-old church that retains timeless beauty despite its state of disrepair. The ruins of a remote mansion built by a 19th century Colorado governor. A market that predates the birth of Denver and is the oldest continuously operated business in the state. These are just some of the sites that were added to
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Cañon City named as a finalist to be in Hulu TV show

Carie Canterbury, Canon City Daily RecordA look at Canon City Main Street in July. Cañon City received exciting news on Tuesday morning that it was one of six finalists to be featured in streaming service Hulu’s show “Small Business Revolution,” according to the show’s creators. If selected, the town outside of Colorado Springs will host
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Colorado’s most-streamed TV show is depressingly predictable

If you’re the kind to put stock in unscientific studies from startups looking for free media — as I sometimes am, especially if they’re Tail data-driven — you’ll be equally happy and disappointed to know howtowatch.com has produced a record of the most popular streamed-TV displays for every state. And Colorado’s most-streamed TV show? It’s
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9 National Pizza Day freebies, deals and events on Feb. 9

As if we needed a reason to observe that the saucy concoction that’s pizza, then there’s National Pizza Day, a day devoted for this Italian dish. On Feb. 9, you have a legitimate excuse to eat as much pizza as humanly possible — and nobody can judge you for this. If you’more of a wood-oven-fired
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Theater review: Lovely, complicated, bloodied truth of DCPA’s “Last Night and the Night Before” unfolds subtly

3 stars The opening moments of “Last Night and the Night Before” provide a feeling more than a complete introduction. Think of it as a triptych. On a darkened stage, a guy bends into the work of digging a tomb; there sits a girl looking out into the night; a woman stands in the shadows
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Trevor Noah, Lizzo, Jason Aldean, Norah Jones and more Denver shows on sale

“The Daily Show” sponsor Trevor Noah was known as an acclaimed stand-up until he stuffed the desk on that long-running Comedy Central series, so it is logical that he’d utilize a few of his precious spare time between tapings to remain limber onto stage. The 34-year-old South Africa native will make his debut as an
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Regional books: “Bitterroot,” “Polly Pry” and more

Bitterroot.  From Susan Devan Harness (University of Nebraska) When she was two, Susan Devan Harness, a Salish Indian, was first adopted by a white coupleof Her birth mom was an alcoholic who didn’t even bother to show up at a societal services hearing, so Susan was taken away.  The thought was that she would become
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Celebs, athletes give “Dragon Ball” pop culture super status

LOS ANGELES — “Dragon Ball” might be a Japanese-born anime, but the show has turned into a major pop culture influencer for ages. Rappers sprinkle references within their rhymes, athletes station the character’s super powers when making big plays and the franchise’s star actually made a towering look at November’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. That
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“Pink Tube of Goo” is fun, free and accessible 24-hours a day in Denver

“Pink Tube of all Goo” is still among the fantastic things that occur from the new Denver, in which the market is soaring, the people is flourishing, along with civic self-confidence appears to be in a record high. Art, big and little, is thriving here right now, in museums in which attendance documents are shattering;
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Denver Art Museum says nearly everything broken in vandalism spree can be repaired, downgrades damage estimate

Virtually every one of the artifacts ruined in a vandalism spree a month could be repaired, Denver Art Museum officials said Tuesday since they downgraded their initial loss estimate from almost $2 million to less than $100,000. Denver District Attorney's OfficeJake Siebenlist Jake Siebenlist was arrested Dec. 9 on suspicion of felony criminal mischief in
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