Sat September 20, 2014
Arts & Life

Alpenglow Music Festival: Inspired By Nature

Frisco, Colorado
Nathan Heffel KUNC

With fall colors across Summit County providing visual beauty, the Alpenglow Chamber Music Festival in Summit County brought aural beauty to Colorado’s High Country.

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Sat September 20, 2014

Another Reason Denver's Best In The AFC West: Beer Prices

Fans at Denver's Mile High Stadium can celebrate the Broncos status along with cheaper beer.
Credit Julio Enriquez / Flickr - Creative Commons

While beer and football may go hand-in-hand, its impact on your wallet varies greatly. Fans can expect to pay less than $6 for a pint of beer at one stadium while forking over more than $11 at another. Fortunately for Denver Broncos fans, the price for beer here is the lowest among its AFC West Division rivals and below average nationwide.

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Fri September 19, 2014

Want A Hotel Room For Pedal The Plains? You’re Not Alone

Grace Hood

An estimated 1,300 people will flood into the northeastern plains towns of Wiggins, Fort Morgan and Sterling for the Third Annual Pedal The Plains cycling event. Cyclists are expected to spend Friday night in Fort Morgan and Saturday in Sterling.

There's one logistical hurdle though: Hotel rooms are tight.

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Fri September 19, 2014

Three Things I Learned At The Telluride And Toronto Film Fests

A still from 'Atlantic.'

Film festivals add up to more than a list of movies. If it works right, you find yourself in a critical mass of film, conversation, and the sheer intensity of doing nothing else for a few days. Here’s some of what came through at the Telluride and Toronto film festivals.

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Fri September 19, 2014

Scientist IDs Bodies Of Migrants, Helping Families Find Closure

Originally published on Fri September 19, 2014 7:28 am

Lori Baker with her husband, Erich. Baker is founder and executive director of the International Consortium for Forensic Identification, Reuniting Families Project.

Thousands of immigrants have died crossing the southern U.S. border. Many are never identified, leaving their loved ones to speculate about their fate.

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