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This screen grab provided by Niantic, Inc. shows the "Pokemon Go" smartphone game. The premise of “Pokemon Go” is nifty, with virtual creatures appearing to come to life in the real world. (Niantic, Inc. via AP)
2016 Zoo Ball: Hillary Stefanec and Matt Keckeisen feed the goats. 061816 Photo by Linda Navarro
Colorado Springs native Naureen Singh, left, was among a group of campus leaders who spent lunch with the Dalai Lama during his visit to University of Colorado-Boulder in June. The Nobel Peace Prize laureate even reached out and clasped Singh's hand during a group photo op. Courtesy: Glenn Asakawa, University of Colorado-Boulder
The Palmer sisters at Glen Eyrie circa 1900. Left to right: Marjory, Elsie and Dorothy. Courtesy Starsmore Center for Local History, Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum.
The courtyard at Mabel Dodge Luhan House in Taos, N.M. Photo credit: Jennifer Mulson