Denver

5:39pm

Wed April 9, 2014
Politics

Denver’s 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Begins Hearing Same-Sex Marriage Cases

Gay marriage protester outside the Minnesota Senate chamber, 2010
Fibonacci Blue Flickr-Creative Commons

The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver is hearing oral arguments Thursday over a federal court’s December ruling that Utah’s ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. It’s one of two cases the three-judge panel will hear regarding same-sex marriage bans in the coming weeks.

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5:00pm

Thu April 3, 2014
Arts District

New RiNo Art Show Is ‘Breaking Beaker’

Artist John Houser's parody of Dr. Bunsen Honeydew and Beaker.
Carrie Saldo Arts District

Being green might not be that easy, but Kermit the Frog looks pretty relaxed these days. Maybe that’s because the lovable amphibian and several other beloved Muppets have been re-interpreted for the “Muppet Junkies Art Show.”

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1:44pm

Fri March 28, 2014
Health

You Still Have Time Colorado: Where To Get Health Insurance

Those who do not have health insurance will pay a maximum penalty of either $95 or 1 percent of their taxable income for 2014.
Credit Images_of_Money / Flickr-Creative Commons

5:00am

Mon March 24, 2014
Health

Poverty Is A Barrier To Well-Being For Colorado Children

Credit Vicki Watkins / Flickr - Creative Commons

In 2012, 224,000 Colorado children lived in poverty. That’s one out of every six in the state, according to the annual Kids Count report.

Colorado also has the eighth fastest growing child population in the country.

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1:43pm

Thu March 6, 2014
Arts District

Finding Deficiencies, Denver’s Cultural Plan Proposes Solutions

Standing beneath the big blue bear outside of the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. The work by artist Lawrence Argent is officially titled "I See What You Mean" and is among the many public art works in the city.
Maura Walz

Denver’s first cultural plan in 25 years has found a gap between availability and access to the arts. With Imagine 2020 as a road map, a variety of stakeholders committed to the arts will work to change that.

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