Rain on the way expected to ease drought in Colorado, clear polluted air

Much-awaited rain on the way in Colorado this weekend is expected to help ease drought, and it could help clear polluted air. Colorado health officials have issued an ozone alert as air quality deteriorated along the northern Front Range cities — the seventh alert this year. National Weather Service officials on Thursday also pointed out the possibility of flooding and

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Opinion: The leak is the least of the Supreme Court’s problems; the Court has violated the nation’s trust

The leak is the least of the Supreme Court’s problems Re: “Thomas says abortion leak has changed court,” May 15 news story Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas worries that the leak of fellow Justice Samuel Alito’s draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade destroyed trust in the Court. Thomas is right to be concerned about secrets coming to light; his wife’s

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘may destabilise Queen at jubilee’, expert claims

The presence of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the Queen's Platinum Jubilee events could "destabilise" the celebration, an expert has claimed. Resentment between several members of the Royal Family could also be on the cards ahead of the Queen's 70-year celebration, royal expert Camilla Tominey has said. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will receive widespread publicity when they

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The 2022 NFL schedule will be released Thursday. Here are 6 ways to make the slate more fun for Chicago Bears fans. – The Denver Post

In its bid for year-round attention domination, the NFL is down to one final conquest: June. Because as of now, that’s the only month during which there is no unofficial league holiday. April, of course, featured the NFL draft, which came a little more than a month after the free-agency frenzy of March, which happened after Super Bowl LVI was

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How to celebrate the Kentucky Derby in Colorado, from family-friendly parties to boozy soirees – The Denver Post

With its mint juleps and elaborate hats, the Kentucky Derby horse race is a good excuse to get together with friends each spring, even if you’re completely uninterested in sports. Founded in 1875, the Derby is the longest-running sporting event in the country (it was held even during COVID). But perhaps more important than its longevity, the Derby has become

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Colorado chefs opening The Regular, The Guest in Denver for fine dining experience

Syd Younggreen and Brian de Souza don’t just want guests trying their fine dining cuisine. They want regulars. The couple started The Guest, a reservation-only dinner series with a rotating multi-course menu, in Boulder in August 2020. They then moved the private dining experience to Denver, hosting dinners two nights a week in their LoDo loft for the past six

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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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Super Bowl ads look toward the future — and the past

Super Bowl LVI approaches as Rams and Bengals are set to face off Former NFL quarterback and Super Bowl champion Joe Theismann discusses his predictions and updates for the upcoming Super Bowl on ‘Fox Business Tonight.’ Super Bowl advertisers this year want Americans to forget about pandemic woes and focus on the future: of electric vehicles, mind-reading Alexas, robots and

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