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Local Author Spotlight: 'Two Trees' - Fri, 17 Nov 2017
Julie Beekman was adopted in the late 1960s and at first was brought up in the idyllic town of Grand Haven, Mich. When her father died, her mother, Marge, decided to sell everything, leave town and provide Beekman and her brothers with some "cultural awareness."

Danielle Feinberg — Boulder native and Pixar boss — helps girls find their STEM 'posse' - Fri, 17 Nov 2017
Boulder native Danielle Feinberg is helping females find their "posse." She didn't have much of one growing up, in the vocational sense, so she made it a priority to make science, technology, engineering and math a more comfortable world for females.

'You Can't Take It With You' show and other Boulder-area events for Friday, Nov. 17, 2017 - Thu, 16 Nov 2017
Viva Theater/Society for Creative Aging presents the outrageously funny Kaufman & Hart Pulitzer Prize-winning show in a Lux Radio Theater play. The son of the straight-laced, hard-driving Kirby family and the daughter of the warm and wacky Sycamore clan fall in love.

Wailin' Jennys visit Boulder for pair of concerts - Thu, 16 Nov 2017
The Canadian-based vocal trio The Wailin' Jennys added a Monday show at the Boulder Theater after quickly selling out their Sunday show. Band member Nicky Mehta talks about balancing family and work, solo projects, and being a woman in a male-dominated industry.

Rocky Mountain Gamer: Xbox One X, Microsoft's latest power player - Thu, 16 Nov 2017
The Xbox One X from Microsoft has enough power under its hood that it truly makes other consoles cower in the corner. The One X features a faster processor, a blazing graphics processor and a full 12GB of DDR5 memory. For those less technically inclined, just know that these things make the Xbox One X about 40 percent more powerful than its closest competition.

Front Range holiday events guide 2017 - Thu, 16 Nov 2017
Tree lightings. "Nutcracker" performances. Parades. Live music. Here's a guide to holiday events in Longmont, Boulder, Loveland and elsewhere on the Front Range.

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