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76. Metropolitan State College of Denver: A giant public university located in Denver. People have stated that there are more than 20,000 undergraduates alo...  
77. Naropa University: Just a correction. When talking about the University of CO, it is usually referred to CU-Boulder, to distinguish ...  
78. Nazarene Bible College: The private bible college in the city of Colorado Springs.  
79. Otero Junior College: One of Colorado's community college, this one located in La Junta.  
80. Pikes Peak Community College: Another college located in the city of Colorado Springs; this one is a community college.  
81. Red Rocks Community College: Community college located near Arvada, CO.  
82. Regis University: Private Roman-Catholic university in Denver.  
83. Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design: Private art and design college in Lakewood, CO for all of you aspiring artists out there.  
84. Teikyo Loretto Heights University: Private university that is part of the Teikyo University group; located in Denver.  
85. Art Institute of Colorado: Private art institute that is in Denver, CO.  
86. Pearl Street: A famous walking district in Denver known for its amazing variety of street performers.  
87. Wynkoop Brewery: Wynkoop is rumored to be the oldest brewery in Denver, and is partially owned by Mayor John Hickenlooper.  
88. Buckhorn Exchange: The place to go for adventurous eating; rattlesnake, elk, buffalo, and venison are on the menu, alongside regular s...  
89. Denver Chop House: A really good but reasonably-priced steakhouse in the LoDo area, right across from Coors Field. They also brew and ...  
90. Coors Field: Home to Denver's baseball team, the Colorado Rockies.  
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Frozen yogurt.

Bluecifer is a nickname for the devil-eyed blue mustang sculpture by Denver's airport.

A rodent that comprises an important segment of the fur trade in Louisiana but is generally considered a pest elsewhere.

She-had-a-boy-again is a play on the Sheboygan's name. I heard of this recently when speaking with a friend of mine who's a Sheboygan native. As far as my friend knows, the meaning doesn't go any deeper than the phonetic relationship.

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