The Call

November 8, 2012

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LAKEWOOD, Colo. — Thursday night was one of many nights that seemed like any other. Classes were done for the summer. I had taken my first class ever with my little brother, and I had enjoyed it. For the most part, I was carefree…well not really, but I felt that way that night. I took […]

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The Quidpocalypse is here!!!

November 4, 2012

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DENVER — As you stare across the field you see something yellow zip past. It is a man in all yellow, with small yellow wing. Shortly after, you see two men in uniforms, with their brooms between their legs chasing the yellow man. One reaches their hand out to grab the small flag like object […]

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Beer, bars and bicycles

September 22, 2012

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Beer, bars and bicycles

DENVER — Love or it or hate it, the season is almost over. The Denver Cruisers season that is. Every Wednesday thousands of adults dress up in a predetermined theme and mount their bicycles and ride through the streets of Denver. With over 20 weeks this summer, and 20 different themes, they have added a […]

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Congesting with public transit systems is being addressed

September 11, 2012

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DENVER — Traveling during peak time causing difficulties in conjunction with event commuters. Many people rely on the RTD bus system to travel around the metro area. Some are students with pass, commuting from the dorms to campus, there are also many employees making the cost over living more reasonable, and then there are the […]

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