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REVIEW: Thoughtlessly executed, thoughtfully portrayed — “Who Will Sing For Lena?”

REVIEW: Thoughtlessly executed, thoughtfully portrayed — “Who Will Sing For Lena?”

On top of single-handedly tackling an array of characters, Martin-Fullwood asks for and receives plenty of aid from the audience of about 70, an almost inevitable occurrence in a theater where even those in the worst seats are no more than 30 feet from the stage

Donated vegetables welcome  at food bank with open arms

Donated vegetables welcome at food bank with open arms

“We’ll have a ton,” he said, looking at the Walla Walla sweet onions and Rio Grande russet potatoes. “I’d almost bet you your arm we will have a ton.”

Food swaps give homemade goods a place to go 

Food swaps give homemade goods a place to go 

This is food swapping, a growing — if slightly underground — trend in which home cooks can substitute the “Y” in DIY with someone else. Bring something you’ve made, swap it for something somebody else made

Colorado tightening edible pot rules 

Colorado tightening edible pot rules 

A draft of the emergency rules, obtained Thursday by The Associated Press before their public release, requires Colorado’s makers of edible pot to physically demark their products so that consumers can “intuitively determine” how much constitutes a dose of marijuana’s intoxicating ingredient, THC

Nursing students at new CU South Denver learn from a bunch of dummies

Nursing students at new CU South Denver learn from a bunch of dummies

Similar mannequins are already being unpacked University of Colorado South Denver campus, which will open Aug. 18. The satellite facility, located at The Wildlife Experience in Parker, will serve hundreds of students in fields from engineering to business. The College of Nursing will also offer classes to 36 students initially enrolled in the program there

Common language: Soldiers, vets, military members find catharsis, drama in retelling their stories

Common language: Soldiers, vets, military members find catharsis, drama in retelling their stories

“It’s really great to feel heard,” retired Marine Sergeant Jenn Calloway said. “I was afraid to talk about this stuff for so long, but sharing through this format is helping to change something deep for me.”

Vegetables blossom on dessert menus

Vegetables blossom on dessert menus

Maybe you’d like some beetroot ice cream as served by the Sweet Rose Creamery in Santa Monica, California.

Teens love vacation selfies; adults, not so much

Teens love vacation selfies; adults, not so much

It shows “they are engaged and excited about where they are and what they are doing,” said Susan Austin, a photographer and Iowa mom.

Grill on-the-vine tomatoes for stunning starter

Grill on-the-vine tomatoes for stunning starter

The heat of the grill will intensify the natural juices and sugars, making the sweet tomatoes even more flavorful.

Full appeals court upholds labels on meat packages

In the opinion issued Tuesday, Judge Stephen F. Williams of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, who was also on the three-judge panel, upheld the earlier decision and wrote for the majority of the full panel.