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[The Denver Post] North Korean ex-POWs hope to return home before they die

05/30/2015 12:06:58 AM

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — After the Korean War ended in 1953, Kim Myeong Bok and 75 other North Korean prisoners of war detained in South Korea opted to live abroad rather than risk hostile welcomes in either half of their homeland. 25 more words

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Sherlock in the White City: "The Fifth Heart" by Dan Simmons

Originally published in The Denver Post.

In the spring of 1893, five years before he would publish “The Turn of the Screw,” Henry James decides to celebrate his 50th birthday in Paris by drowning himself in the river Seine. 460 more words

Book Reviews

Denver City Council District 1, a Hotbed of Development, Weighs Approaches

Jon Murray with The Denver Post writes:

Although Kim Wood and her family landed in northwest Denver by chance, they’ve grown to love living in one of the city’s most dynamic areas. 572 more words


The Denver Post

I’ll admit there are times when I panic about my future. I get panicked that I’m making a mistake following a journalism path, and that I’ll end up in the wrong place. 548 more words


Julius Thomas's agent says he couldn't reach agreement with Broncos

It appears to be increasingly likely that Julius Thomas will have a new team next season.

Thomas’s agent, Frank Bauer, said Friday he met with the Denver Broncos but couldn’t reach an agreement on a new contract with the club. 277 more words


12-story Condos Near Sloan's Lake Get OK

Jon Murray with the Denver Post writes:

Controversial plans for a 12-story condo development on the south edge of Sloan’s Lake park have received a crucial green light to move forward. 272 more words


Scrapes are Back in Force, Transforming Denver Neighborhoods

Aldo Svaldi with The Denver Post writes:

Scrapes — love them or hate them — have made a comeback in Denver, driven by people wanting suburban-sized homes in older, urban settings. 556 more words