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1:51pm

Thu November 17, 2011
Occupy Denver

Protesters Mark Two Month Anniversary in Denver

Occupy Denver protesters marched to the steps of city hall Thursday afternoon.
Photo by Kirk Siegler

Thousands of people are rallying in cities across the US to mark the two month anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement.  In Denver Thursday, protesters marched to city hall and along the city’s busy 16th Street Mall where there have been numerous clashes with police in recent weeks.

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12:41pm

Thu November 17, 2011
Recreation

For Colorado’s Ski Industry, a Strong Start to the Season

Eldora Mountain Resort

Thanks to colder temperatures and recent snowfall, Eldora Mountain Resort will open tomorrow morning. It’s one of several ski areas that are starting out the season strong.

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10:38am

Thu November 17, 2011
Around the Nation

Occupy Demonstrators Mark Two Months Of Protests

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From New York to California and places in between, Occupy protesters are in the streets today. That's because it was exactly two months ago that the movement began in a New York City park. Police in riot gear were deployed in lower Manhattan this morning, as hundreds of demonstrators marched with the aim of shutting down Wall Street. NPR correspondent Margot Adler has been following the events, and she joins us now live. Good morning, Margot.

MARGOT ADLER, BYLINE: Good morning.

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5:59am

Thu November 17, 2011
Europe

Silvio Berlusconi To Release Album Of Love Songs

Now that Silvio Berlusconi has resigned as Italy's prime minister, he'll have more time for his music. Berlusconi's newest album is called True Love. It will be releases this month.

5:50am

Thu November 17, 2011
Around the Nation

Couple Celebrates 50 Years With Another Big Plunge

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