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Dear Representatives Kerr and Kerr: We Are All Graffiti Tools!

14 years ago by Sean Cronin
An anti-graffiti bill pushed by Littleton Republican Jim Kerr and Lakewood Democrat Andy Kerr was quashed in a House committee earlier this week after Lawmakers complained that the language in House Bill 1023 – which would make it illegal in Colorado to be in possession of “graffiti tools” – was...

Graffiti Black on his muses, inspiration and the four categories of Colorado hip-hop

11 years ago by Ru Johnson
Hailing from Montbello, Graffiti Black is a 23-year-old producer, writer and graphic designer known for creating sharp and distinct sounds that are both vibrant and accessible. He flips familiar elements and samples with flair and an experienced ear. Artists such as Innerstate Ike, Mr. Midas, and Mystic have found lyrical...

Voter misinformation bill a tool to use against fraud, says Colorado Common Cause

10 years ago by Kelsey Whipple
In January 2008, the night before the presidential election, Gilbert Ortiz received his first strange phone call. The following morning, the Pueblo county clerk and recorder would receive thousands repeating the report, but his relative caught him first. She asked why he had changed her polling location the night before...

Mayor's Design Awards: A look at the seventeen winners

10 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
The seventh round of the Mayor's Design Awards was presented last night, to a whopping seventeen projects around the city -- some old, some new, all interesting. The program was started in 2005, when John Hickenlooper was mayor; Mayor Michael Hancock did the honors last night, awarding prizes in seven...

Months after Aurora theater shooting, days after Sandy Hook, officials launch trauma site

9 years ago by Sam Levin
The tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut last week has reignited policy debates in Colorado that had quieted since the July 20 massacre in Aurora. And for victims of the theater shootings, the devastation in Connecticut can also trigger painful memories. That's why officials in Aurora...

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