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These Coloradans Are Pushing Video Game Boundaries

Three local groups are using the medium to spark empathy, expand understanding, and explore the galaxy.

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Tattoos Become Fine Art at the MCA This Spring

Brooklyn-based tattoo artist Amanda Wachob brings her dazzling designs to canvas—and to the Mile High City—with a new exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art.

Buying a Diamond Just Got (Even More) Personal

At the Diamond Reserve in Cherry Creek North, you can work with a diamond broker to find the perfect stone for any piece of jewelry, while staying on budget.

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Colorado Bookshelf: The Black Coats

In Colleen Oakes’ newest young-adult novel, vengeance belongs to a group of women who track down the men who hurt them.

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How to Get a Date in Denver

We pulled statistics from popular dating apps to figure out what Denverites are looking for when it comes to love.

Inside an Amazing Year for Crocs

Love them or hate them, Crocs are survivors. Here's how the near-ubiquitous foam shoes pulled back from the brink.

Can Public Shaming Help Stop Littering?

How do you change the incorrigible? One Granby resident assesses the value of publicly shaming an unrepentant litterbug in an uncivil world.

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10 Sober Things to Do in Denver

Think it’s hard to be sober in the Mile High City, land of legal weed and craft beer? Here, a list of events and activities to see you through Dry January and beyond.

Stock Show Artist Paints a Realistic Image of the Rural West

Terry Gardner, the featured artist at the Coors Western Art Exhibit—part of the National Western Stock Show, beginning January 12—doesn't want to "glorify" the West. Instead, he produces raw, sometimes melancholic, paintings that highlight the most urgent issues facing rural Colorado.

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