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At the center of Denver’s northern boundary lie the historic Globeville and Elyria-Swansea neighborhoods, a community of working-class Hispanic families these days, originally settled by immigrants from Eastern Europe and elsewhere who came to work in the dangerous and dirty smelters associated with Colorado’s gold and silver booms.

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As she has contemplated the wrecking ball of coronavirus this year, MacKenzie Scott recently wrote a blog post saying that Emily Dickinson’s p…

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Want to hang out on set and have a walk-on role in the next Martin Scorsese movie with Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert DeNiro? How about being Ellen DeGeneres' co-host? Or golf plus dinner with Peyton Manning or dinner with Tom Brady after attending his first home game with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers?

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Hours after Colorado’s governor enacted a statewide “stay-at-home” order, the streets of downtown Colorado Springs looked almost as quiet as dawn on a Sunday morning.

But the sidewalks weren’t empty.

Dozens of people wandered the streets carrying suitcases, sleeping bags and piles of blankets. Ordered by the governor to "stay at home," people experiencing homelessness in Colorado Springs had nowhere to go.