Colorado Liquid Arts Passport lets you drink at bars for cheap — The Know

With COVID-19 vaccination rates on the rise, the return of live events and the reopening of bars and restaurants, this summer is shaping up to be one worth celebrating. Why not toast with a glass of something delicious at a discount? The Colorado Liquid Arts Passport offers drinkers deals and discounts at breweries, wineries, cideries and distilleries throughout the state.

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A-Basin is the only Colorado ski area open for Memorial Day — The Know

Arapahoe Basin will be the only Colorado ski area open for skiing on Memorial Day, and it’s looking as if that will mark the beginning of the final week of the season. “We are aiming for June 6,” said Arapahoe Basin spokeswoman Katherine Fuller. “That’s looking good.” Breckenridge had been scheduled to remain open through Memorial Day, but conditions there

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Colorado restaurant, brewery & winery patios worth the detour | The Know

Mark our words: Summer 2021 is the season of the restaurant patio. After a year of closures and capacity restrictions, plus experimenting with yurts and greenhouses, restaurants across the state are back in business. And their outdoor dining spaces are cooler than ever. Some of these restaurants, breweries and wineries have been perfecting their patio game for years now, while

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Family-friendly Colorado deals in May 2021 — The Know

The Denver Extension Master Gardener program brings back its annual Spring Plant Sale this year, featuring tomato and pepper plants. (Kathryn Scott, Denver Post file) Dig in! The Denver Extension Master Gardener program brings back its annual Spring Plant Sale this year, featuring tomato and pepper plants. Plants are reasonably priced, at just $5 each, and must be ordered in

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History Colorado releases Denver Ku Klux Klan ledgers — The Know

For most of its 144-year statehood, Colorado has been a hotbed of institutional discrimination and racism that privileges white culture over all others. That’s the case in most states, unfortunately, but forward-thinking historians have been working to shed light on that in recent years. Exhibit A: History Colorado’s digitized Ku Klux Klan ledgers, which debuted online this week at historycolorado.org/kkkledgers.

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Majority of Western Colorado University faculty want president fired for comparing Jan. 6 riot to BLM protests

The majority of faculty at Gunnison’s Western Colorado University have turned against the public college’s president, Greg Salsbury, after he equated the Jan.6 insurrectionists with Black Lives Matters protesters. While faculty voted to oust him, the ability to fire or retain Salsbury lies with the Western Colorado University Board of Trustees. Salsbury declined an interview request Monday. The uproar kicked

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