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Photo reflection

Going through my photos from this summer was nearly impossible to pick just 1 to write about. There are thousands. Essentially like asking me to choose a favorite color of Peanut M&Ms. 356 more words

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Crowded Isolation

I was riding the trolly on the way to work this morning thinking about what to say in this blog. I pass the same buildings on my way to work- riddled with bomb blasts and bullet holes, watching older people struggle to get onto the trolly, stomping out cigarettes moments before stepping on and the waft of tobacco following them aboard. 945 more words

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America's best colleges to play women's volleyball

An estimated 46 million Americans and 800 million people world-wide play volleyball at some level.

College players can go on to play in the Olympics, both indoor and on the beach. 841 more words


Woman Accused Of Killing Teen In Crash Was Involved In Previous Crash

DENVER (CBS4) – An 81-year-old woman facing charges for hitting a group of boys with her car and killing one of them was involved in another crash a few months ago. 263 more words


Green Visions. And giving back

Since the moment I walked in the door at Green Visions- tucked away in an odd shade of pink apartment complex that was built before the 1984 Olympics (most specifically, as housing for the Olympic competitors and trainers) it has been a remarkable experience. 862 more words

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Denver Man Worried About His Family In Turkey Following Coup Attempt

DENVER (CBS4) – People in Denver are reacting to the attempted coup in Turkey.

CBS4’s Karen Morfitt talked to Tayfun Sonmez, a Denver business owner who has family in Turkey. 201 more words