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Just because you are a great Creative, doesn't mean you are a great Creative Director. What Makes a Good Creative Director? Part 1 of 2.

Denver newspaper is hiring a stoner sex columnist. The job description: “Our new freelance columnist will write about sex, relationships, intimacy, gender issues and more as it all relates to a world where marijuana is becoming legal — and oftentimes present in the bedroom.”

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Martin Luther King assassinated, (prior to this his impact has begun to weaken) King's work before his death was to prove the catalyst for the Civil Rights legislation that followed, however just because laws were being put into place didn't mean that attitudes were going to change with them. King's legacy continued after his death.

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1985 Californian Newspaper Poster John Elway Denver Broncos Stanford University

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The Miracle Girl by T. B. Markinson. Newspaper publisher and world traveler JJ Cavendish continually feels pressured to live up to her Miracle Girl nickname. Not many people know she’s living a carefully crafted lie. She may not hide ties to the LGBT community, but she does hide past struggles with addiction. When the Colorado native is handpicked to take the helm at a dying Denver newspaper, she ends up reconnecting with her long lost love in this contemporary lesbian romance. Only…

(cm) FE18RMDREIDEL_cm02 Rick Rubin with part of his dreidel collection at the Hebrew Educational Alliance Synagogue on Monday, December 15, 2008. This dreidel was made from a Yiddish newspaper. Cyrus McCrimmon, The Denver Post

FE18RMDREIDEL_cm02 Rick Rubin with part of his dreidel collection at the Hebrew Educational Alliance Synagogue on Monday, December 15, 2008. This dreidel was made from a Yiddish newspaper. Cyrus McCrimmon, The Denver Post

Town Hall article Before Democrats start to re-write history and play the race card for their own personal political gain, let's just be clear: It was the left -- not the right -- that took Susan Rice out.

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April 18 1912, A Denver newspaper interviewed women on their views of the "women and children first" rule.  Some women claimed they would've never left their husbands and that some of the men who died on Titanic were more valuable than some of the women who were saved.

April 18 1912, A Denver newspaper interviewed women on their views of the "women and children first" rule. Some women claimed they would've never left their husbands and that some of the men who died on Titanic were more valuable than some of the women who were saved.

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