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Big Show in the Little Town

August 11, 2019

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DENVER — With dirt and motor oil coursing through his veins, dirt track racer Joe Bellm, the founder and promoter for Blood Sweat and Tears Promotions (BST), has transformed turning left into a way of life for him and his family. Bellm started driving at an age most of us were learning to count. At […]

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The Unsinkable Molly Brown House

July 30, 2019

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DENVER, Capitol Hill– The Molly Brown House Museum, 1340 Pennsylvania St., is one Denver’s most famous historical landmarks. Full of interesting and amazing stories, it’s no wonder why the legendary residence is a historical place. Tours of Brown’s palace take place every half hour and last about 45 minutes, with prices ranging from $9 to […]

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MSU Denver Event Encourages Young Writers

July 18, 2019

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DENVER – MSU Denver hosts Youth Journalism Day every summer to encourage elementary and middle school students toward better storytelling. An average of 50 Generation Z students from all over Colorado came to MSU Denver for insightful teaching on how to become great storytellers. Some heard about the event from family, online, and still others […]

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4th Annual Universal Health Care Conference Meets in Denver

July 16, 2019

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DENVER, June 29th, 2019/ Metro Post Telegraph/ — The fourth annual conference held by the Colorado Foundation for Universal Health Care gathered support at the Pipefitters Union Hall on Saturday to discuss the importance of bringing a single-payer healthcare system to Colorado. “We see around 120 participants to the event each year,” said Sara Wright, […]

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Viking Culture is Brought to Estes Park

July 2, 2019

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ESTES PARK, Colo. – Crowds cheered and dancers swayed. The air smelled of Swedish meatballs, while gallantly dressed lads and ladies fashioned their handmade garments to the audience and taught folk line dancing. The reenactors of Viking Vinland Society brought the Scandinavian culture to the mountains of Colorado and the crowd couldn’t get enough. The […]

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Denver PrideFest: A Day Like No Other

June 27, 2019

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DENVER — Large stages, plenty of food, drinks and a colorful parade highlight Denver’s PrideFest. The event holds a special place in the hearts of many people around the country. Denver Pridefest takes place every summer and has the intentions of spreading love, positivity and happiness. Civic Center Park was packed with more than 400,000 people […]

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Raising a Journalist

August 2, 2018

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Future of Journalism Takes Flight at Youth Journalism Day at Metropolitan State University of Denver DENVER, Auraria Campus, July 24, 2018 – A whirring drone hovers above the heads of 65 kids, ages of eight to 14, convening at the 14th Denver Post’s Annual Youth Journalism Day at Metropolitan State University Denver. The summer camp offers […]

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The Denver Post Shaping the Future of Journalism

July 26, 2018

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DENVER, Auraria Campus – Denver Post youth content manager, Dana Plewka spearheaded the paper’s 18thYouth Journalism Day on June 19, at Auraria’s Tivoli Student Union. The program, sponsored by MSU Denver’s Journalism and Technical Communications Department, hosted 65 elementary/middle school students from the Rocky Mountain Region. Sharing their industry knowledge with the future journalist were […]

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A Rockin’ Story of Sobriety

July 26, 2018

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GEORGETOWN, Colo.– Thad Kosse, 47, of Georgetown, slowly circles the table smoking a cigarette waiting for someone to ask about the art, his art. His short, tussled hair frames the kindness and wisdom in his eyes. Passers-by glance from a distance, reluctant to come close to the lone vendor assembled in the town square. “I […]

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Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers funky front man, Joe Hertler takes a minute to share about influences, the band and upcoming music

July 19, 2018

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Michigan up and coming seven-piece band, Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers just had their Red Rocks debut opening for electronic music artist GRiZ on July 14, and Hertler discussed about influences, their stage performance and playing in Colorado. When did you start making music and what influenced you the most?  I think we all […]

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