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(Mark Leffingwell / Daily Camera)
College footballCU football: Father, son enjoy coaching together

Kent, A.J Baer working on different sides of the ball at CU
Throughout his coaching career, Kent Baer has learned that it's tough to get too comfortable in one place. Full Story
(Mark Leffingwell / Daily Camera)
College footballCU football: Father, son enjoy coaching together

Kent, A.J Baer working on different sides of the ball at CU
Throughout his coaching career, Kent Baer has learned that it's tough to get too comfortable in one place. Full Story
(Paul Aiken / Daily Camera )
Second Story Garage: A tribute to great songwriting

On the occasion of Rocky Mountain Folks Festival, the chords-and-lyrics-based event in Lyons, Colorado, we've decided to look back at some of the most skilled songwriters who've come through the Garage. Full Story