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“All aboard accommodations are waiting,” festive music, a classic train ride to the North Pole, a cast of characters, just to name a few…ring a bell? Like the first gift of Christmas in the reenacted movie The Polar Express. 

Just like goats, Haystack Mountain continues to find new tastes for their goat cheese.

Henri Matisse is usually considered a member of Impressionism. However, most people don't know that he was the leader of a different group.

Time Travel Field Trips is a field trip that comes to you.

Who are you? Does that affect how other people treat you? Does that affect your future? These questions are what History Colorado’s exhibit “Race: Are We So Different?” revolves around.

"Write about something you care about" is some advice Judy Delmain would like to give young authors.  

 As fast food restaurants become more and more popular, cooking healthy meals at home becomes less and less. Cooking Matters Colorado wants to show families that cooking at home is just as convenient as fast food, and way more fun. 

For most kids back to school shopping is easy and simple. You walk into a store, pick out something that fits your liking, and you walk out.

Imagine a huge building packed with thousands of people talking and imagine that about 85% of them are dressed like they’re going “trick” or “treating” in the summer.

"No matter how bad your past is you still don't want it erased." In the new book Brainwashed Paul Aertker takes brainwashing to a whole new level.

While most people wake to the sound of dogs barking or sirens wailing, Mel Cannady wakes to the sounds of chickens.

A different kind of fairytale

“There is so much life here on the Earth it would be a pity not to have life out there in the rest of the universe."

Temple Grandin is a professor in Animal Sciences at CSU. But that’s not all. She has overcome her autism to do great things.

We remember not the summer
in this whirling blinding snow.
We remember not the summer
in this land of cold and woe.
I will leave this frozen region.

When you walk into The Stock Show; you see a lot of unique things you may not find at your regular Stock Show. But something that really stood out was a booth filled with eye popping colors.

Every year the national western stock show displays many different varieties of award winning livestock. But the annual event, here until the 26th, showcases more talent than phenomenal horseback shows. Artisans are a major part of the attraction.

While people's reasons for visiting the stock show can vary from seeing the rodeo to spending most their time walking the vendors' booths, almost everybody will visit at least one food boot

This article is about a 5 year old fiddle player winning big at the Stock Show!

 The RAM Invitational Freestyle Reining event at the National Western Stock Show has many skilled horses and riders competing for a prize of $15,000.

At the stock show, I interviewed a guy named Rick Dudden, who was selling some very cool Christian furniture.

                  The National Western Stock Show is here in Denver until January 26, and it’s bringing a lot of fun with it.

An alpaca is a small, llama like animal. These creatures may be viewed at the National Western stock show. Alpaca breeder Ashley Hack has been breeding alpacas sense April.

The stock show sports many farmers, livestock, and just a few fiber artists such as Chelsea Moller.