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“Write to Change the World” workshop coming to Denver February 27th

“Write to Change the World” workshop coming to Denver February 27th

The OpEd Project is bringing its “Write to Change the World” workshop to Denver on February 27th from 10am-5pm. The workshop, which is offered in 15 cities nationwide, is coming to Colorado for the just the second time ever. If you, or someone [...]

Local School Produces German Radio Show

Local School Produces German Radio Show

Over the last month, the German classes at Shining Mountain Waldorf School have produced a 60-minute radio show for a new online radio station, Deutschradio24sieben. This radio station is aimed at learners of German. In the days of advent, [...]

Free Range Longmont | The Times…, they are a changing?

Free Range Longmont | The Times…, they are a changing?

Rumors abound lately that the Longmont Daily Times-Call newspaper is about to be sold. Those in the know are mum about the matter. But there’s enough to suggest that, indeed, the Times (or the Times-Call) they are a changing. The newspaper [...]