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  1. Group prepares for Easter sunrise service at Red Rocks AmphitheatreRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Denver Post

    Arlene Wiberg, middle, and her daughter Theresa Wiberg, right, stay warm under lots of blankets as the two enjoy the annual Easter sunrise service at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison on April 17, 2014. The Colorado Council of Churches on Wednesday released details of the 68th annual Easter sunrise service at Red Rock Amphitheatre.

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  2. Daily Digest: 3 to 5 inches of snow headed for Denver, plus 9 more storiesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Denver Post

    Taylor Beau Smith uses his auger shovel while clearing snow on Curtis Street in Littleton, March 4, 2015. Smith said the shovel and the "light and fluffy" snow are good for his business, "easy to move, easy on the back, easy money, it's been a pretty good morning."

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  3. Denver City Council District 5: Neighborhoods struggle with trafficRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Denver Post

    In east Denver's City Council District 5, some neighborhoods welcome the prospect of new development while others fight to preserve the single-family character of some of Denver's earliest winding suburban lanes. But the unifier across the district is the scourge of traffic congestion caused by redevelopment, from older leafy neighborhoods to the build-out of the former Lowry Air Force Base.

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  4. Growth and geese cause bit of a stink: Denver City Council District 6Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Denver Post

    On a sunny Friday afternoon, Jeff and Linda Pate escorted a stroller with their 8-month-old son, Jared, cooing at the sight of honking geese on Washington Park's Smith Lake. The Pates have lived in the neighborhood for five years.

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  5. Eating Disorder Foundation's third Breaking the Silence gala a successRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Denver Post

    From left, Mona Imber, Orly Award recipient Karen Imber; Dr. Gary Friedland and Janet Friedland. It's a perplexing question, she admits, especially when one considers how conditions including but not limited to anorexia, bulimia and binge eating are considered the most lethal of all mental illnesses, affecting an estimated 30 million people nationwide, according to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders.

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  6. Fractured Prune Doughnuts hits the sweet spotRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Denver Post

    Customized orders are a sweet selling point at Fractured Prune Doughnuts, which just opened a Denver shop. Sweet news for Mile High doughnut fans: Fractured Prune Doughnuts , founded in Ocean City, Md., in 1976, has opened its Denver shop at 4090 E. Mississippi Ave. It sits just a block east of South Colorado Boulevard.

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  7. Dining review: Biju's Little Curry Shop offers big flavors of IndiaRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Denver Post

    The beef curry bowl at Biju's Little Curry Shop in Denver. They serve southern Indian style veggie, chicken or beef curry bowls.

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  8. Late actor Vincent Price and his cookbook to be honored at Bistro Vendome dinnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Post

    The late Vincent Price will be honored for the 50th anniversary of his cookbook at a dinner hosted by his daughter at Bistro Vendome in Denver. Most of us remember actor Vincent Price for his roles in such Hollywood fright-fests as "Pit and the Pendulum," "House of Wax" and "The Fly."

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  9. Hochman: Avs singer Jake Schroeder takes pride in getting anthem rightRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Post

    Jake Schroeder sings the National Anthem before the Colorado Avalanche hosted the Phoenix Coyotes February 16, 2015 at Pepsi Center. He's the resident resonance at the Pepsi Center, his Francis Scott Key never off, and even these days in Denver, his are the most popular pipes in town.

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  10. Respected Denver investment bank closes doorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Post

    Green Manning & Bunch, once considered the go-to investment bank for mergers and acquisitions in the Rocky Mountain region, will make its last closing on Tuesday - those of its own doors. "We all concluded it had run its course," said Alan Mayer, one of three managing directors at the firm, which started in 1988 and has been a subsidiary of CoBiz Financial since 2001.

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  11. Denver RentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Denver Post

    HIGHLAND: 3201 Osage St. A 1-bed, 1-bath, 510-square-foot unit goes for $1,350 a month. Finding an apartment to rent in Denver today, with the amenities you want and at a price you can afford, can be an adventure, and not necessarily the fun kind.

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  12. Longo's Subway Tavern's massive bar resurfaces at Denver antique storeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Denver Post

    The former bar at Longo's Subway Tavern has resurfaced - for sale - at The Antique Broker on South Broadway in Denver. For anyone who ever bellied up to Longo's Subway Tavern in north Denver, the venerable pizza joint's massive oak bar was a memorable sight - long, mirrored and grandiose in that Old West way, with giant pillars and side cabinets to boot.

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  13. Denver ToiletsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 29 | Denver Post

    The "Portland Loo" public toilet has been patented by the City of Portland. Parks & Recreation ) The increasing lure of bars, restaurants and events to downtown Denver and nearby neighborhoods has a downside: Nowhere for visitors to go when they need to most, especially late at night.

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  14. Denver City Council District 4 candidates discuss growth, parks and traffic during forumRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Denver Post

    Eleven years ago, Bonnie Clark bought one of the post-World War II homes that dominate the University Hills neighborhood, thrilled to live in a suburban setting inside the city. More developments followed in the 1960s and 1970s in southeast Denver, home to Denver City Council District 4 and Councilwoman Peggy Lehmann .

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  15. Two weekend road rage incidents in Lakewood, Aurora leave 4 injuredRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Denver Post

    Two separate road rage incidents in Denver and Aurora over the weekend seriously injured four people and left a fifth person, a driver believed responsible for one of the crashes, with minor injuries, officials said. On Sunday, Lakewood police said the driver of a Ford Explorer got upset with the driver of another vehicle and began swerving toward that vehicle near Sixth Avenue and Wadsworth Boulevard.

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  16. Denver residents could receive 911 test call TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Denver Post

    Residents in two Denver neighborhoods with landline phones should receive a test call from Denver's 911 Communications Center on Tuesday. Residents in the Harvey Park South and Capitol Hill neighborhoods can expect a call between 5 and 7 p.m. to test a new neighborhood notification system, according to the Denver Police Department.

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  17. Denver rents: What $1,390 will get you around the cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Denver Post

    HIGHLAND: 3201 Osage St. A 1-bed, 1-bath, 510-square-foot unit goes for $1,350 a month. Finding an apartment to rent in Denver today, with the amenities you want and at a price you can afford, can be an adventure, and not necessarily the fun kind.

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  18. Purple Heart returned to family in ceremony by dog who dug it upRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Denver Post

    Smuckers, with a bone wrapped with a purple ribbon, sniffs a framed flag and medal display case made in honor of Corporeal Richmond L. Litman during the Purple Heart Return Ceremony at Fort Logan Cemetery. Leatra Plick on Sunday holds the Purple Heart medal that belonged to her stepfather and was found by Smuckers, a mixed-breed dog, left, during the Purple Heart Return Ceremony in honor of Army Cpl.

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  19. Denver may decide soon on public toilet try-out on downtown streetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 29 | Denver Post

    The increasing lure of bars, restaurants and events to downtown Denver and nearby neighborhoods has a downside: Nowhere for visitors to go when they need to most, especially late at night. Complaints about public urination have city officials seriously considering launching a pilot program in coming months to install at least two public toilets along downtown streets.

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  20. Editorial: Metropolitan State University of Denver is shooting for the starsRead the original story

    Friday Mar 27 | Denver Post

    Metropolitan State University of Denver president Stephen Jordan speaks to reporters at the state Capitol on June 20, 2012. Manufacturing in this country isn't what it used to be, and to get a good job in this evolving sector, job candidates often need sophisticated and specific math and engineering skills.

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