Mia Szabo

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Mia Szabo is a Denver-Area Freelance Writer

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The sandwich line

May 5, 2014

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DENVER, Auraria Campus — Colorado has a pretty big problem and it’s called homelessness. Although homelessness is going down in the country as a whole, it’s rising sharply in Colorado. According to the data gathered by Continuums of Care, in 2011-2012 chronic homelessness rose 25.2 percent in Colorado even as it went down 6.8 percent […]

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Colorado Catholics participate in Christian unity endeavors

April 17, 2014

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DENVER — Pope Francis has made a lot of news for his apparent changes in the Roman Catholic Church’s attitude on many social issues. Including his stance on same-sex couples and his public apology about clergymen molesting children in the past. More recently he spoke publicly to a group of Pentecostal churches at Kenneth Copeland […]

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So good you can’t even tell it’s vegan

April 1, 2014

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DENVER — The idea of a vegan bakery and café probably evokes the imagery of an chic urban restaurant filled with fashionable hipsters, nursing cups of wheatgrass, eating overpriced, unappetizing and unidentifiable foods. After all, vegan means no animal products like eggs nor even butter can go into the food. Thankfully, upon entering Denver’s Beet […]

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Denver Art Museum practically sparkles with new exhibits for 2014

March 13, 2014

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DENVER — The Denver Art Museum ushers in each year with an array of special exhibits – this year will be no exception. During their annual meeting, DAM was able to fill each minute with an amazing amount of good news. Perhaps in some years that would not be so difficult, but 2013 was a prosperous […]

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Weekend fun at the Denver Art Museum with two for the price of one

March 10, 2014

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DENVER — Anyone looking for something to do this weekend should look no further than the Denver Art Museum’s new exhibit “Modern Masters: 20th Century Icons from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.” The Modern Masters ticket not only allows the viewing of some of the greatest painting made in last century, it allows admission to the rest […]

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The Denver Film Society, a hidden Denver gem

February 20, 2014

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DENVER— A night at Sie FilmCenter is an experience to be talked about. Nestled between the Tattered Cover Book Store and Udi’s Pizza Cafe Bar, the Sie FilmCenter, 2510 East Colfax Ave., is tucked a few feet back from the sidewalk. Upon walking in, Sie FilmCenter bears little resemblance to the average movie theater. Instead, […]

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State Mandate Threatens Health Care Worker’s Jobs

February 6, 2014

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State Mandate Threatens Health Care Worker’s Jobs

DENVER– In early 2012, a mandate was passed by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment requiring all medical employees to be vaccinated for influenza. The intent of this mandate is to bring up influenza vaccination rates among medical employees as close to 100-percent as possible. CDPHE says, “The rule [mandated influenza vaccination] applies […]

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