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Thousands of Hummingbirds Set to Visit Colorado During Spring Mig...

The beautiful, busy little birds will be fluttering into Colorado by mid-April.

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12 Fabulous Things to Do in Denver This ...

Free coffee, movies, and some Colorado Rockies Baseball are heading your way! All this and more this weekend in Denver, April 16–18.

OCN Eats & OCN Street Team Get a Taste o...

Get schooled on Aurora's Koreatown as the OCN gets a culture lesson and authentic Korean cuisine on their tour of H mart and Mr. Bakery.

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The Pikes Peak Cog Railway Is Reopening This Spring

It's official! The famous railway is opening in May after closing for refurbishment in 2017.

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Disney's 'The Lion King' Is Reopening De...

Start practicing your songs and save the date; DCPA reopens with live Broadway shows this season!

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You No Longer Have to Wear Face Masks Ou...

Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Douglas, and Jefferson Counties lifted outdoor mask usage requirements for public spaces.

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Summer Reservations for Aspen's Maroon Bells Begins April 12

Plan now to explore the great outdoors in Aspen this summer. Reservations are required to see the iconic and picturesque Maroon Bells.

Whataburger Confirms Plans to Return to ...

Whataburger, a Texas-based fast-food franchise, is coming back to the state. Franchise has submitted planning documents to the City of Colorado Springs.

Memorial Keepsakes of King Soopers Shoot...

The growing memorial at the King Soopers where 10 people were killed in a mass shooting is being archived by the museum to preserve the stories and keepsakes.

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How Kidneys Affect Leg Health

As you are seeking optimal health for your legs, be sure to pay attention to how your kidneys play a key role.

Get Ready to Ride! Elitch Gardens to Reo...

Elitch Gardens will operate at 18 percent capacity with new safety measures in place.

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Red Rocks Is Opening at 2,500 Capacity i...

The music venue could be allowed to sell more tickets as COVID-19 numbers improve.

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Cracking the Code on Gen Z Slang: Slaps,...

Need to talk to your kids but can't understand what they're saying? Need a guide to Gen Z slang and lingo? We've got the definitions to "cap," "simp," "sus," and so many more!

Local Culture
Surviving the Pandemic: Briar Common Brewery + Eatery

Briar Common Brewery + Eatery, in the Denver Highlands, is the place that brought the neighborhood together during the pandemic. Here's how they all made it out together.

Remembering Those Lost at Columbine on A...

On April 20, 1999, 12 students and a teacher were killed at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado. Today, 22 years later, we remember and honor them.

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Denver Zoo: Masks No Longer Required in ...

The Denver Zoo recently released an updated set of guidelines and rules for guests as we begin to enter the warmer months. Masks are still required in all indoor and some outdoor attractions.

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Columbine Survivor Crystal Woodman Miller Reflects 22 Years Later

Columbine survivor Crystal Woodman Miller wrote this letter in honor of the lives lost on April 20, 1999. "Light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it." Together, let's be the light this broken world needs.

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An Open Letter From Columbine Survivor C...

Dear Fellow Survivor ... words fall significantly short, they feel small and trite. However, I felt compelled to at least try to convey some of the comforts I wish were shared with me.

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Colorado Auctioning Off Marijuana-Themed...

The State of Colorado has put together a rather unique fundraiser for a great cause. You can bid on a marijuana-themed license plate and the proceeds will go towards the Colorado Disability Funding Committee.

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Are You Brave Enough for This Horror Bar in Denver?

The new "Horror Bar" on Colfax features weekly horror film screenings and scary good craft cocktails.

Greeley Stampede to Make Its Grand Retur...

It's back. The Greeley Stampede will return in 2021, and we can't wait! The festival was canceled last year due to the pandemic. So, this year will mark as the 99th Greeley Stampede!

Colorado Farmers' Markets 2021: List of ...

Your favorite Colorado farmers' markets will be opening soon, along with some new ones, and we've compiled them all together in this living list for your reference. Local farmers' markets are opening—here's when.

Home & Garden
Update: Frederick Police Department Chooses Name for New K-9

The Frederick Police Department asked for the public's help last month naming its new K-9, a 15-month-old Belgian Malinois-German Shepherd crossbreed. The department received 614 name suggestions from the community.

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Full Lineup for the 2021 Film on the Roc...

Red Rocks Amphitheatre and Park has released its movie lineup for fan-favorite event Film on the Rocks. Red Rocks is hosting 21 drive-in shows and three amphitheater shows.

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National Articles
Ways to Celebrate Earth Day at Home

Earth Day is Thursday, April 22. Created to raise awareness about protecting our planet, the first Earth Day led to the passage of environmental laws such as the Clean Air, Clean Water, and Endangered Species acts. The theme for Earth Day 2021 is restore our earth.

Nostradamus' Predictions for 2021 Includ...

Nostradamus has made many predictions about the future of humanity and he predicted 2021 will be worse than 2020. These predictions included a global famine, asteroids, a devastating earthquake, and a Zombie Apocalypse.

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Costco Food Court and Samples Are Back, Baby!

Costco reopening indoor seating and samples distribution will start to make the world feel "normal" again, sort of.

Food & Drink
Every Title Coming to and Leaving Netfli...

New month, new Netflix titles. There are a ton of titles arriving on the streaming service this month, but there are also a ton of movies and TV shows leaving Netflix in May 2021.

Drones in Shanghai Light Up the Sky and ...

On Saturday night, hundreds of drones lit up the sky in Shanghai, China, and formed a scannable QR code. The drone show was part of an advertising campaign for a role-playing game.

Every Title Coming to Amazon Prime Video This Month

With so many Amazon Prime Video Originals and other classic movie and TV titles, you'll have plenty to binge-watch this month! Here's everything coming to and leaving Amazon Prime in May 2021.

5 Things Parents Can Say When Their Chil...

Communication is essential when your child is struggling with mental illness. You may wonder what to say to your child that will have an impact. You may feel you are walking on eggshells.

A 'Downton Abbey' Sequel Gives Us Anothe...

Hold on to your corsets—the Crawleys are coming back, just in time for the holidays. That's right, folks, everyone's favorite aristocrats are hitting the big screen in December.

'Best Of' Dating Compilations and Things I've Learned So Far

Here are some of the more interesting interactions and messages I've received. I'm sharing because "laughter through tears" is truly the best emotion, right?!

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Queen Elizabeth II Turns 95, Just Days A...

Today is the Queen's 95th birthday. Just days after the funeral of her husband Prince Philip, whom she was married to for 73 years, it's expected that this year's birthday will be more somber.

Movie Theaters Slated to Be Back to Norm...

Recent movie theater analyses predict that movie theater box office returns will be back to normal by 2022, with strong returns by Q4 of this year.

Kellogg's Unveils Colorful LGBTQ-Friendly Cereal for Pride Month

Pride Month is held annually each June to celebrate equality for the LGBTQ community. To show solidarity, Kellogg's is doing what they do best—creating a tasty cereal for an important cause!

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