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Arts District
12:00 pm
Tue March 18, 2014

Arts District: A pianist, car art and using art to tell stories

by Michael Endo

  Thursday, 3/20 at 7:30 on Rocky Mountain PBS: tune in for the latest edition of Arts District.

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Colorado Floods
1:15 pm
Mon March 17, 2014

State Observes Six-Month Anniversary of Epic September Floods

From I-News Network

Last Tuesday marked the six-month anniversary of the beginning of the September floods that impacted more than 24 Colorado counties, including outright devastation in several - with Larimer, Boulder and Weld hardest hit. Many communities are still recovering. Some neighborhoods are long gone. Many homeowners are starting over.

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Independent Lens
12:27 pm
Sun March 16, 2014

Pushing the Elephant on Rocky Mountain PBS

Tune into Rocky Mountain PBS on Monday, March 17 at 9pm for Independent Lens: Pushing the Elephant.

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Colorado State of MInd
9:42 am
Wed March 12, 2014

Tracking Colorado's Flood Recovery

It's been six months since northern Colorado suffered epic flooding and loss. This Friday, 3/14 at 7:30pm on Rocky Mountain PBS, Colorado State of Mind looks into how the recovery is going, and whether a new infusion of federal money is having an impact. Also on the program, an update on the controversial issue of fracking – what's happening in those local communities where voters decided to put the brakes on the practice? Where is the Colorado Oil and Gas Association suing? Tune in Friday night at 7:30.

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I-News Network
2:02 pm
Mon March 10, 2014

Community Forum to Focus on Disparities in Higher Education

The Colorado Black Round Table will host Saturday a community forum on higher education issues facing African Americans as part of its Losing Ground education project.

About a dozen higher education officials will talk about their concerns about and opportunities within the college systems in Colorado. The panel includes the new black president of Community College of Denver, Everette Freeman, and long-time college basketball coach Lonnie Porter.

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