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Gift Ideas For The Kids Who Have Everything.

For parents, grandparents and aunts and uncles who have to shop for the kids who have everything, why not get them something they can put everything in? Bags, back packs, totes, luggage and duffel bags make great gifts. How do you make a great gift special? You personalize the bag …

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Denver Car Shipping

N-Motion Auto Transport offers car transport services nationwide but also focuses on niche markets to provide value-priced, hassle-free shipments. N-Motion’s Denver car shipping division is growing quickly to meet the high demand for residents and travelers alike.

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Do-It-Yourself SAT/PSAT study tool via smartphone/tablet.

Students use text messaging as their primary means of communication in today’s technology day and age. Turn this trend into a positive studying experience by letting PrepCube.com push a daily SAT or PSAT test prep question to your students by text message. Students can also study in small doses by …

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Denver Riot Fest Lineup

The Cure, The National, Rise Against, Weezer, Social Distortion, The Flaming Lips, Primus, Slayer, Sublime with Rome, Wu-Tang Clan, TV on the Radio, Descendents, A Day To Remember, NOFX, Die Antwoord, Dropkick Murphys, Bring Me The Horizon, Gogol Bordello, Violent Femmes, City and Colour, The Used, Taking Back Sunday, Manchester …

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Despite dire predictions, Denver crime falls over 10 percent in wake of pot legalization

By David Ferguson Saturday, June 7, 2014 15:44 EDT Despite dire predictions by anti-marijuana activists, overall crime rates in the city of Denver are down more than five months after legal marijuana sales began in the Rocky Mountain state. According to the Denver Department of Public Safety, rates of violent …

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Denver Comic Con prepares for 75,000 fans at 2014 event

By John Wenzel The Denver Post Nerds, take heart: Organizers of the Denver Comic Con have beefed up their offerings after a jam-packed convention last year that — minus a few hiccups — proved what a fertile market the Mile High City has become for all things geeky, sci-fi and fantasy-related.

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