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    TravelIn Washington, D.C., a literary trail amid the monuments

    11/21/2014 02:43 AM MST
    Thanks to the federal government, our nation's capital churns out more paper than any publishing house in the world — vast forests transformed into prose that, in general, is read by few and understood by fewer. 
    Cardio with heart: How to stay in shape while volunteering in Colorado
    11/17/2014 06:18 PM MST - Few people would debate that hiking fourteeners is an intense workout, great for your heart and overall health. 

    How to take the stress out of holiday flying
    11/13/2014 08:16 PM MST - Whether you're a nervous flier or are just stressed by the holidays, here are some ways to chill out. 

    Challenging, exotic (and explosive) Vanuatu
    11/21/2014 02:25 AM MST - The hotel phone buzzed at 5:54 a.m. Roused from a deep sleep, 40-year-old Australian lawyer Veronica Riding groggily answered the phone. 

    Don a snorkel, dive into scallops
    11/13/2014 08:06 PM MST - We zip along at about 30 knots, not another boat in sight. A glance at the GPS device shows that the little line we've been following for the past half-hour will soon end at, fittingly, a pixelated "X" marking a preprogrammed spot. 

    An easy safari to view wild-animal kingdom
    11/21/2014 02:22 AM MST - The elevated walkway ascends from the Wild Animal Sanctuary gift shop and orientation point. We step up the inclined path, passing above lazing leopards, tigers and mountain lions below, then continue past a green arrow pointing to the Bolivian Lion Complex.  

    Exploring our "quiet islands"
    11/13/2014 08:04 PM MST - Brrrr. The first Sunday in November brought windy, wet, chilling weather that beckoned for a fireplace and a warm beverage. But then the skies cleared, the election ads ceased, and Colorado looked like a fun place to go outdoors again. 

    Rugged adventure off the grid in Baja
    11/08/2014 07:41 PM MST - The boat guy flung his hands toward the water and shouted something urgent. The gist was: Go go go! 

    American-style food trucks arrive in food-crazy Belgium
    11/08/2014 07:41 PM MST - One sells a cheeseburger whose patty is 100 percent cheese, another sells meatballs the size of baseballs and a third tempts palates with insects on a skewer. 

    Fall's the time for hiking in canyon country
    11/08/2014 07:42 PM MST - It's that awkward time of the year — too much snow for decent high-country hiking and not enough yet for serious alpine skiing. 

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    College footballCU football: Oregon pounds outmanned Buffs

    Gehrke makes first start at QB in 44-10 loss
    EUGENE, Ore. - They celebrated senior day at Oregon on Saturday as the winningest class to ever go through that football program said its goodbyes with a 44-10 win over Colorado. Full Story
    (Steve Dykes / Associated Press)
    College footballCU football: Oregon pounds outmanned Buffs

    Gehrke makes first start at QB in 44-10 loss
    EUGENE, Ore. - They celebrated senior day at Oregon on Saturday as the winningest class to ever go through that football program said its goodbyes with a 44-10 win over Colorado. Full Story
    ( Paul Aiken / Daily Camera)
    Second Story Garage: Run River North

    When you hear Run River North for the first time, you might think to yourself, "This band could really go somewhere." Their songs are just a little bit better than other bands' songs, their singing is a notch superior, their playing is a touch more exciting. Full Story