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    Brett Mitchell, Colorado Symphony Music Director

      Music I did not grow up playing Mozart since I was a fetus. I grew up in Seattle in the ‘90s, with Nirvana, Pearl Jam,...

    Three Questions with Dan Jacobs

    Curator of the Museum of Outdoor Arts' new exhibition, "Robert Rauschenberg: Reflections and Ruminations"

    On the Job: Carriage Driver

    Lifelong horsewoman Fillie Vanderwerken talks to us about being the lead driver for Denver’s Fairytale Carriage Company.

    On Nora Burnett Adams’ Radar

    What the Museum of Contemporary Art Director is reading, watching, and listening to.

    On the Job: Jeweler

    Todd Reed talks about his inspiration, methods, and life as a jewelry designer.

    On the Job: Tattered Cover’s Head Book Buyer

    As head book buyer for Tattered Cover, Bethany Strout uses her passion for reading to stock up on some great stories.

    On the Job: Meteorologist

    Kathy Sabine has been analyzing and reporting the weather in Colorado for decades.

    Three Questions about the Da Vinci exhibit

    Steve Nash, senior curator of archaeology at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, discusses one of the most popular exhibits in years: "Leonardo da Vinci: 500 Years of Genius."

    On the Job: Congress Park Pool Lifeguard

    24-year-old Gabriel Larson has been swimming since he was a kid. Now he keeps others safe at Denver's largest public pool.

    On the Job: Coors Field Scorekeeper Liz Berlin

    Liz Berlin is one of just a few people left in the country who manage major-league baseball scoreboards the old-fashioned way, by hanging physical panels with numbers and letters.