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Staying Home For Thanksgiving? So Are A Lot Of Other Coloradans

Travel group AAA forecasts that about 900,000 Coloradans will travel for Thanksgiving this year, the lowest number in four years.
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How coronavirus cuts to the government will affect Denver humans: Parks and Rec edition

There are and will continue to be some visible (and odiferous) cuts coming to parks that will manifest in longer grass, more weeds, fewer flowers, more snow, and possibly more smells because of fewer garbage pickups — dog-poop trashcans …
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Reimagining the street: How bus lanes speed up the morning commute and why it matters

As major American cities look for ways to lower carbon emissions, they’re looking to low-tech, low-cost bus lanes to help them. Here’s the case for why more cities should get on board.
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Thanksgiving: Dozens of Dine-In, Takeout and Cook-at-Home Ideas

Thanksgiving this year will likely take the form of intimate dinners rather than massive gatherings, so the way you prepare for it could also change.

How Arc Thrift Stores Became One of Colorado’s Largest Employers of People with Intellectual Disabilities

There is more to arc Thrift Stores than just affordable second-hand clothing and household items. It is a 52-year-old nonprofit organization with a compelling mission. Since the first store opened in 1968, arc’s goal has been to fund and…

RTD’s 2021 Budget Isn’t As Bad As It Could’ve Been, But Storms Are A-Brewin’

The Regional Transportation District board of directors on Tuesday gave initial approval to a 2021 budget that includes layoffs and other cuts.

Denver schools installing germ-killing lights on buses

DPS is installing VioSafe lights to disinfect surfaces amid the coronavirus pandemic.