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Taylor Swift’s ‘Lover’ Arrives the Old-Fashioned Way, and With Twists

The pop star’s 18-track, seventh studio album is out now, featuring the Dixie Chicks, St. Vincent and production by her go-to collaborator Jack Antonoff.

A year later, YouTube Music adds library sorting for albums and playlists

In addition to lacking major features like a cloud locker and migrating playlists, YouTube Music is still missing basic functionality expected in an audio player. The ability to sort albums and playlists is now finally available on Android and iOS. more… The post A year later, YouTube Music adds library sorting for albums and playlists appeared first on 9to5Google .

Police: Longmont man’s death does not appear suspicious

A death investigation was initiated after a man in his 60s died Tuesday, according to the Longmont Police Department.

Mikaela Shiffrin talks 2019-20, cycling and doughnuts

AVON — How in the wide world of sports does Mikaela Shiffrin follow up a record-obliterating 2018-19 World Cup season with 17 wins on tour — 19, if one includes FIS Alpine World Ski Championships...

Moffat County golf, spirit teams under new coaches; cross country ready to run

Moffat County High School fall sports are fully underway, with most Bulldog teams hitting their first competitions within the next week.

Polis calls for independent investigation into shooting of De’Von Bailey by Colorado Springs police

Gov. Jared Polis wants an independent investigation into the death of a teenager who was fatally shot by Colorado Springs police officers earlier this month as he ran away from them.

Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne quits as ‘deep state’ remarks cause uproar

Zero Hedge | With his company`s stock in free fall, CEO Patrick Byrne resigned as CEO on Thursday effective immediately, after he stunned investors by disclosing his entanglements with the “Deep State” as we reported previously. The post Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne quits as ‘deep state’ remarks cause uproar appeared first on Intellihub .

Get on the bus!

Boulder has secrets. A lot of secrets. According to legend, Boulder was almost the home of Colorado’s maximum-security prison — Carson City fought hard for the honor; Boulder got the University of Colorado instead. But don’t worry, Boulder still has plenty of blood on its hands: U.S. Army Colonel John Chivington rallied his battalion in […] The post Get on the bus! appeared first on Boulder Weekly .

Broncos GM John Elway reveals hand condition on “Today” show

During an appearance on NBC’s “Today” program this morning, Broncos general manager John Elway revealed he has been diagnosed with Dupuytren`s contracture, a hand condition involving a tendon that pulls one or more fingers into a bent position.

With roomy options for main-floor living, Brookfield opens its Ovation models in Firestone and Brighton from low $400s

Brookfield Residential is holding a grand opening of its Ovation Portfolio, ranch and two-story models in Firestone and Brighton, priced from the low $400s.

The Sun Gets Small by Holiday Mathis (Holiday Mathis) In the days of old they said, “Don’t sweat the small stuff.” As the sun moves into Virgo, the sign of minute detail, the “small stuff” is all the rage. You might even go so far as to devote yourself to the small stuff. While you’re at it, add some silly stuff […]

`Big Brother` Blowout: Taco Tuesday Turmoil Goes Down in `BB` History ... Was it Epic or an Epic Fail?

Christie stages a masterclass in how to flip the vote when you have no chance of flipping the vote, but does it work?

Enes Kanter Says He`s Thinking About Getting an American Name

NBA star Enes Kanter says he`s still about 2 years away from becoming a U.S. citizen ... but when it DOES happen, he tells TMZ Sports he might have a new name too!!! Of course, the 27-year-old Celtics hooper has been labeled a terrorist in his home…

Vaping Is Suspected In Severe Lung Illnesses

U.S. health authorities from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are investigating the cases of 153 people, mostly teenagers and young adults, who developed several lung illnesses after using electronic cigarettes (Warning: source paywalled; alternative source). The Wall Street Journal reports: The cases have occurred in 16 states over the past two months, with many of the injured rushing to emergency rooms with difficulty breathing and other symptoms. No deaths have been reported, but some patients were so ill they spent days in intensive-care units on mechanical ventilators, the health authorities said. What exactly is causing the acute illnesses is unknown, though health experts suspect vaping plays a role. Vaping refers to the use of an electronic cigarette to inhale. Many of the injured have told doctors or health authorities they were vaping products containing tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, a key ingredient in marijuana, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which is working with state health departments to identify the cause. At least some of the products were purchased from unlicensed sellers. "Investigators have not identified any specific product or compound that is linked to all cases," the CDC said in a statement. The Food and Drug Administration said it is testing e-cigarette products that the patients used. The health effects of vaping any product, even a well-known brand name, are under research and not yet fully known, tobacco researchers said. Read more of this story at Slashdot.

FEAR AND LOATHING: Metro life gets harder for Latino immigrants among shootings, raids and Trump

Aurora’s community of Latino immigrants is on edge after Mexicans were targeted in a Texas shooting and the Trump Administration renews mass ICE raids to round up undocumented workers

Morgan County Government: County recognizes employees

The Morgan County Commissioners recognized county employees through the Second Quarter Service Awards recognition during their regular meeting on Tuesday. Employees were recognized for their five, ten, 15, 20 and 30 years of service with the county. Shantel Nelson with the Department of Human Services was recognized for her five years of service with the […]

Late Night Randomness (28 Photos)

Late Night Randomness is a collection of photos we have found in searching the web that don`t necessarily fit in with our other posts or are perhaps a little too edgy to present earlier in the day. They`re still cool and beautiful, so we wanted to share them with you. Do you have an image of something cool you`d like to share with us? Just click on Upload Photos on the top menu to upload it and you might see it in Late Night Randomness! The post Late Night Randomness (28 Photos) appeared first on Suburban Men .

Check out what’s new at the Historic Park Theatre

“The Art of Racing in the Rain” comes to the Park Theatre on Friday, Aug. 23. Based on the best-selling novel by Garth Stein, “The Art of Racing in the Rain” is a heartfelt tale narrated by a witty and philosophical dog named Enzo (voiced by Kevin Costner). Through his bond with his owner, Denny […]

Mission to Jupiter`s icy moon confirmed

An icy ocean world in our solar system that could tell us more about the potential for life on other worlds is coming into focus with confirmation of the Europa Clipper mission`s next phase.

Timnath Park Expansion

EXPANDING OUR COMMUNITY PARK During a summer afternoon, there’s no better place to play than at the Timnath Community Park. We’re excited to announce that starting in late summer/ early fall 2019, we will be [...] This post Timnath Park Expansion previously appeared on North Forty News .

DoorDash will finally fix its controversial tipping structure

Food delivery service DoorDash has been under fire over revelations that customers` tips were going to DoorDash itself , not to the delivery partners actually bringing users their burritos and kung pao chicken — effectively subsiding Dashers` pay instead of adding to it, as tippers intended. Now they`ve revealed a new tip structure, promising every tipped dollar will go straight into Dashers` pockets, on top of their guaranteed base rate and bonuses. The new model is currently being tested and will roll out to all Dashers over the next month. While the existing scheme wasn`t a secret, in July a New York Times reporter spent 27 hours as a Dasher and explained the structure in plain detail: Read more... More about Food Delivery Services , Doordash , Tipping , Gig Economy , and Tech

17-year-old wounded in South Seattle shooting, officials say

Seattle police are investigating after a 17-year-old boy was shot near Rainier Beach Thursday night. The boy was taken to Harborview Medical Center in stable condition, said Seattle Fire spokeswoman Kristin Tinsley. Authorities responded to Martin Luther King Jr. Way South and South Henderson Street around 9:50 p.m. Gang detectives will be investigating, according to […]

Rocky Mountain National Park entrance fees waived on Sunday

National parks, including Rocky Mountain National Park, will offer free entrance to the park Sunday, Aug. 25, in observance of the National Park Service Birthday.

Behind The Wheel At 24 Hours of Le Mans, The World`s Wildest Endurance Race

I have driven faster. But so has my copilot. So much faster that most of you would be blubbing like small children poked in the eye with a stick. Pleading to slow down to the point where the world made sense again.  It’s Le Mans 2019. Famed racing driver Derek Bell and I are belting down the ...

Louisville transportation master plan moving ahead

Louisville took steps toward adopting a transportation master plan after hosting a community meeting Thursday night.

Opinion | Susan Knopf: You represent what?

Our mountain community seems a long way from the Middle East and Israel. We work to promote and respect diversity and value differences while they bicker for dominance between Abrahamic faiths. Yet the way this...

Movie Pick: Burn

Burn is an appropriately named thriller that patiently, smolderingly unfurls as a group of characters coalesce around a gas station during a graveyard shift. An emotionally unstable attendant (Tilda Cobham-Hervey), her socially confident co-worker (Suki Waterhouse) a desperate armed robber (Josh Hutcherson), a friendly cop (Harry Shum Jr.), and a shady young man (Shiloh Hernandez) […] The post Movie Pick: <i>Burn</i> appeared first on LA Weekly .

City chooses Danish firm for ambulance contract

A Danish-owned company, Falck Ambulance , has been chosen for further negotiations for the Colorado Springs emergency ambulance contract, the city tells the Independent . That means that long-time ambulance provider, American Medical Response (AMR) of Greenwood Village, would be cede the contract to another provider on Jan. 1, 2020. In a statement, city spokeswoman Jamie Fabos said four companies and the Colorado Springs Fire Department submitted proposals. CSFD`s insource proposal was eliminated due to concerns over the Taxpayer`s Bill of Rights limitations and other issues, as we previously reported . Fabos did not name the other bidders, but noted this criteria was used by an evaluation committee, in order of importance: • Project approach / Compliance with the Statement of Work • Organizational background and overview • Qualifications and Experience / References • Proposal Presentation • Exceptions and Insurance Fabos said the city sought the "best value" and interviewed contenders. "Upon evaluation of the proposals and interviews, Falck Ambulance emerged as the highest-ranked candidate in the proposal process," she said.…

13 Springs firms make 2019’s Most Successful Companies list

A record 13 Colorado Springs companies have landed on the 2019 Inc. 5000 list of Most Successful Companies in America. Inc.’s annual guide highlights “the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the U.S. — and how they reached their lofty heights,” according to its website. The list ranks companies based on their percentage of revenue […] The post 13 Springs firms make 2019’s Most Successful Companies list appeared first on The Colorado Springs Business Journal .