La Malinche at the Denver Art Museum: See “Traitor, Survivor, Icon” through May 8

The Denver Art Museum’s “Traitor, Survivor, Icon” is an exhibition built around a question: Was La Malinche a hero or a traitor? Was the 16th-century, indigenous enigma — who was famously bartered into slavery in her youth before rising up to be a mother figure for modern Mexico — a victim and, therefore, a righteous role model for generations of

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Air quality monitoring at Suncor’s Commerce City refinery to increase

After years of spewing toxic pollutants, Suncor’s aging Commerce City oil refinery now will be the focus of three separate air quality monitoring programs, the latest mandated by a 2021 state law. Suncor executives and Colorado Air Pollution Control Division officials are meeting with residents to discuss a new plan to install air monitors along the refinery’s nearly 3.4-mile perimeter

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