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3 hrs ago | Examiner.com

'The Art of War' this Friday night at Salon Madrid

The card has been set and this Friday night, September 19th at the Salon Madrid Events Center, 6495 N. Monaco St. in Commerce City, Airtight Boxing presents 'The Art of War' featuring in the main event light welterweight pugilists Rob 'Red Hot' Frankel and Robert Rodriguez in a scheduled for 9 rounds bout. Denver's Frankel is winding down a fantastic career that has seen him in with some of the best in the world in both the light and light welterweight divisions while Greeley's Rodriguez has been somewhat inactive, him hoping to get back in the swing of things with this contest being just the ticket to gauge his abilities against the wily veteran Frankel.

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7 hrs ago | North Denver News

Brush Up Your Shakespeare

If memories of having to read Julius Caesar and The Merchant of Venice back in high school still give you the heebie-jeebies, have no fear: this little symposium will feature entertaining modern tales suggested by the works of Shakespeare plus The Tragedy of Hamlet performed in fifteen minutes! Stories on Stage presents "Brush Up Your Shakespeare" Friday, October 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the Chautauqua Community House, 900 Baseline Rd. in Boulder. Tickets are available at https://tickets.chautauqua.com or by calling 303-440-7666.

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11 hrs ago | 303 Magazine

The Buzz: Novo Coffee, The Versatile Coffee Shop

Cons: The noise level in the morning can be a little high, but after the morning commute settles down, so does the volume. There's more than just coffee brewing at Novo Coffee in Downtown Denver.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

American Reporter

Denver Dispatch'Awesome' Michelle Obama Thrills Delegates, but Arrests Sour Mood for Some

AT THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION, DENVER, Colo., Aug. 25, 2008 -- Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi started off the Democratic National convention press briefings this morning with a promise of unparalleled openness and a willingness to listen, but when 4,000 protestors concerned about everything from the Iraq War to diminishing Arctic habitat for polar bears marched two miles from the State Capitol to the Pepsi Center headquarters, convention officials were nowhere to be seen. "It is with a great deal of enthusiasm that we call this convention to order," Pelosi gushed.

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TheDenverChannel

Robbery suspects linked to liquor store assault

Three teenagers arrested last week in connection with the armed robberies of two convenience stores in Westminster and one in unincorporated Adams County, are now being linked to the assault of a liquor store owner in Denver. According to court documents obtained by 7NEWS, 18-year old Michael Anthony Silletto will face charges in Denver for two aggravated robberies that occurred on Sept.

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Business Journal

Denver boasts one of top 5 U.S. beer bars

A Denver watering hole has been picked as one of five "Great American beer bars" in an online survey hosted by the Brewers Association's website. Falling Rock Tap House, at 1919 Blake St., achieved the elite list by being the top vote getter in the mountain-west region.

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Denver Post

Denver 2015 budget proposal adds sheriff's deputies, big projects

Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock delivers the annual State of the City address at the Denver Art Museum's Ponti Hall on Monday, July 14, 2014 in Denver. Denver city officials have proposed a 2015 budget that would pay for dozens more jail deputies, expansion of the independent monitor's office, two police recruit classes and body cameras for most officers.

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Denver Post

Denver brownfields developer Frontier Renewal buys former Gates plant

An RTD commuter light rail unit passes the Gates Rubber Co. manufacturing plant at 999 S. Broadway, Denver.

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CW2 Colorado KWGN-TV

Two armed robbery suspects caught after chase in Denver

The Denver Police Department said on its Twitter account that a man and a woman were armed and robbed a jewelry store at West Seventh Avenue and Federal Boulevard about 11 a.m. The suspects then led police on a chase before they were finally apprehended at Park Avenue West and Glenarm Place. #BREAKING : #DPD responded to a robbery that occurred at 7th & federal.

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Examiner.com

Is Denver ready for a Cat Cafe?

What is a cat cafe? It's a place where people can gather, hang out, sip beverages and read or bring a laptop; a place to meet with friends. To most of us, that sounds like the neighborhood coffee shop, lounge or bookstore.

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Business Journal

Chase and Denver Startup Week: Why banking entrepreneurs makes sense

The reality: Chase , the second-largest bank in metro Denver by deposits, had record small business loan originations in the second quarter and lent more than $19 billion overall to U.S. small businesses in 2013. And Wells Fargo & Co ., the largest bank in Denver, has set a goal to extend $100 billion in new small business loans by 2018.

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American Reporter

Campaign 2008DENVER'S Big Moment Arrives at Last

Just a few blocks from Martin Luther King Blvd. but seven miles from downtown, the Denver County Sheriff's Dept. today unveiled a collection of big steel cages - paid for by a $500,000 grant from the Democrats - for protestors arrested at their presidential nomnating convention here next week.

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Denver Post

Aurora police and fire to move to new training facility

The first thing that hits you is the smell - from decades of mold forming inside the World War II-era barracks that have served as the Aurora Police Department's training facility for 15 years. The buildings are so outdated that a "hot wire" was run from one barracks to another just to have Internet access at the training center on the former Fitzsimons Army Base, now the Anschutz Medical Campus.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

303 Magazine

Hindsight: "Pippin"

A typical Broadway musical this is not. With choreography in the spirit of Bob Fosse, unbelievable acrobatics and a story line that digs deep into the soul, "Pippin" surpasses the expectations of your average Broadway musical-goer.

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BroadwayWorld.com

Now Playing Onstage in Denver - Week of 9/14/2014

PIPPIN Buell Theatre- Denver Center for the Performing Arts 9/6-9/20/2014 Royal heir Pippin is spurred on by a mysterious group of performers to embark on a death-defying journey to find his "corner of the sky." The original production of PIPPIN, directed by Bob Fosse , premiered on Broadway in 1972.

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Canon City Daily Record Newspaper

Flood-damaged Colorado roads are getting a makeover

One of the largest road rebuilding projects in state history is being conducted so highways and streets can better take another roundhouse punch by Mother Nature. At least that's the consensus of state transportation officials who saw 486 miles of roadway closed by September 2013 flooding.

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Denver Post

Colorado foster care youth less likely to graduate than homeless kids

Latisha Alvarado Barrington, a psychology major at the University of Colorado Denver, prepares to leave the Auraria Campus on Wednesday. Barrington faced a lot of hurdles growing up in the foster care system.

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Denver Post

Promise for pot-banking co-op sees little progress since it was law

Sally Vander Veer of Medicine Man, left, hands the bags of cash to the crews from Blue Line Protection Group to pay Medicine Man's state taxes. Despite 11th-hour success at pressing Colorado legislators to pass a measure that would allow the marijuana industry to create the world's first pot-banking cooperative, no one has officially attempted to create one.

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Denver Post

Denver's low-income Sun Valley targeted for "eco district" overhaul

Eight-year-old Darius Parham, a student at Fairview Elementary, shares a smile with his mother, Whitney, and his 1-year-old brother, Shavar, after school. They were heading to the Sun Valley Youth Center.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Denver Post

Group against widening I-70 says turning it into a boulevard better idea

Instead of widening Interstate 70 to stop traffic gridlock through Denver, one group proposes demolishing a stretch of the highway, turning it into a boulevard and diverting truck traffic around the city. Replacing highways with boulevards is an urban planning strategy that has been relied upon increasingly in big cities across the country, Denver City Auditor Dennis Gallagher said Saturday at a public forum at the McNichols Building in downtown Denver.

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