6:31am

Sat July 12, 2014
The Garden Report

Six Easy Steps For Growing Garlic

Garlic needs to be planted in the fall for a summer harvest.
Credit Susy Morris / Flickr - Creative Commons

Garlic planted along the Front Range in the autumn is ready for harvest the following July. Like spring flowering bulbs garlic will set roots and start growing in the warm autumn soil. As the soil cools the growth stops, but the plant is ready to start growing as soon as the soil warms up in the spring.

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5:00am

Sat July 12, 2014
Union Station

With A Nod To Days Gone By, Denver's Union Station Ready To Open

Denver's Union Station.
Nathan Heffel KUNC

With the smell of fresh paint still in the air, workers scrambled to put the finishing touches on Denver’s restored Union Station before this weekend’s opening. That’s when the public will get its first look at the revived station and some of its shops and restaurants. A larger grand opening is planned for July 26th.

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12:40pm

Fri July 11, 2014
Energy

Colorado BLM Improves Its Record On High Risk Well Inspections

A well being drilled in Western Colorado in 2009. Two hundred high priority wells on federal land in Garfield County went uninspected between 2009 and 2012.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

About a month ago, the Associated Press broke the news that four in 10 new "high-risk" oil and gas wells on public lands went uninspected from 2009 to 2012.

In Colorado at least, the agency in charge of such inspections says it has been able to improve that record in 2013, following a critical report by the Government Accountability Office [pdf].

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5:00am

Fri July 11, 2014
Movies

Poignant Cinema Sprung From 'The War To End All Wars'

Gary Cooper (left) & Jack La Rue in 1932's 'A Farewell to Arms.'
Paramount Pictures Film in the public domain

As we commemorate it's 100th anniversary, it's worth noting that films about World War I are nothing like the movies about World War II. While World War II films typically picture the end of the war as triumph, World War I movies reflect that ghastly absurd logic, and tend to end on notes of waste, loss and futility.

Most WWI films are anti-war, and there’s no such thing as triumph.

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12:01pm

Thu July 10, 2014
Same-Sex Marriage

Boulder County Clerk Cleared To Continue Issuing Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

Supporters at the U.S. Supreme Court in June, 2013. The court invalidated the Defense of Marriage Act, which denied federal benefits to gay couples who are legally married in their states, including Social Security survivor benefits, immigration rights and family leave.
Credit Photo Phiend / Flickr-Creative Commons

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