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DNC Peaks Through the Bubble of Boulder

By Sarah Bourassa, Communications Assistant About 30 miles north of downtown Denver, signs of the Democratic National Convention appear through the bustling crowds of new and returning students on the University of Colorado campus in Boulder. Posters and signs pinned … Continue reading

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Gas Prices

This isn’t an article about gas prices, not really. It’s about taking our collective eye off the ball. It’s, regrettably, about forgetting. As Denverites, we’re lucky to have the Democratic National Convention in town. Not because our city is in … Continue reading

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No one becomes poor by giving: Themes from the Philanthropy Roundtable at the DNC

Quick thoughts (will write more later when the DNC is over) about Monday’s Philanthropy Roundtable, part of the 2008 Rocky Mountain Roundtables of the DNC: Some key thoughts and take-aways from the Roundtable participants, who included local philanthropists Tim Marquez … Continue reading

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