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humorBoulder's Marc Sotkin, a 'Golden Girls' writer, pens superhero e-book

Multimedia 'The Improbables' draws on Hollywood talent
Boulder resident Marc Sotkin, a former writer and producer for hit TV shows "The Golden Girls" and "Laverne & Shirley," launched a multimedia e-book two weeks ago that tells the tale of aging superheroes. Called "The Improbables," the e-book offers punches of snark, witty banter and dirty slapstick humor, and Sotkin has high hopes of it hitting TV screens.  Full Story
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LOS ANGELES — Jerry Lewis, the manic, rubber-faced showman who jumped and hollered to fame in a lucrative partnership with Dean Martin, settled down to become a self-conscious screen auteur and found an even greater following as the tireless, teary host of the annual muscular dystrophy telethons, has died. Full Story
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Turnovers, sacks allowed pile up in defeats

After many of Colorado's Pac-12 losses over the years, there was a helpless feeling coming from the Buffaloes.

 
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College footballCU football: Buffs reeling from first blowout loss

Turnovers, sacks allowed pile up in defeats

After many of Colorado's Pac-12 losses over the years, there was a helpless feeling coming from the Buffaloes.

 
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Second Story Garage: Gasoline Lollipops

The Boulder alt-country band gives its EPs names such as Death and Resurrection, and its songs bear the mark of hard truths and sin. But the punk energy behind the playing, and the sense that it's all in good fun, make it OK to dance to a song like "Death." Full Story

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