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Can singing and wind instruments be made safe during coronavirus? Colorado researchers are trying to find out.

Fabric mask dangling around her neck, Tehya Stockman guides her fingers through a series of arpeggios from muscle memory – her wrists buried in the distinct yellow armholes of a sturdy canvas bag. “Any clarinet player would despise it,” she said. “My fingers kept getting snagged by it.” A simple white shoelace cinches the bag […]

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Silverman: Hamilton offers us the inspiration we need during the coronavirus

We’ve “seen the lights go out on Broadway” until at least 2021. Live theater is gone. Talk about your tragedies. I love a good play, especially a musical. Hamilton was scheduled to return to Denver’s Buell Theatre this summer. It would have sold out again.  Alexander Hamilton epitomized the American dream. Our first Treasury Secretary, a […]