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28 years ago by Michael Roberts
Although rap music became commercially viable only a few short years ago, the style itself has been around in one form or another since at least the late Sixties, when the Last Poets' brand of incendiary verbal politics first scorched the intelligentsia. A quarter of a century later, many members...

Sex Ed: Colorado Schools Behind National Average in 9 of 10 Categories

6 years ago by Michael Roberts
Last week, we noted the defeat of an IUD bill in the Colorado legislature, along with statistics about how Colorado stacked up with other states when it comes to teen pregnancy. This topic got us to thinking about the topic of sex education — and judging by 2012 statistics from...

Photos: Ten toughest Best of Denver categories to win again -- and the current champs

8 years ago by Michael Roberts
We're building up to our annual Best of Denver issue, and we need your help. Click to nominate your faves for Best of Denver 2014 in our readers poll. As you'll see, the poll includes our most popular categories in food, music, nightlife and more. But which are the toughtest...

Colorado Rockies 2011 review: Five keys to the season, and how they led to suckage

10 years ago by Kyle Garratt
Examining the Rockies' season is a lot like an autopsy. Something has gone horribly wrong and now it's time to figure out why. At the beginning of the season the Rockies had very legitimate aspirations of winning their first National League West division title, if not more. The Rockies finished...

Beer Calendar: Hops, Key Lime, Brewery Anniversaries and a Call to Arms

6 years ago by Jonathan Shikes
Two beer-related Colorado crowdfunding campaigns have recently launched. The first is for Lady Justice Brewing Company, which describes itself as "the world’s first solely women-run, community-focused philanthropic brewery." The three women behind the concept — which would be organized as a low-profit limited liability company — are looking to raise $15,000...

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