Shay Castle / Boulder Beat
Thursday, Jan. 7, 2020
At times it was hard to hear over the wind and the traffic or the cries of protesters. But the frames were clearly visible on the Glen Huntington bandshell, gleaming in the sunlight, bedecked with red roses and white candles.
They lined the entire length of the curved stage — the ranks of the dead, who were experiencing or had experienced homelessness at some point during their lives. Lives that ended sometime in the past 12 months.
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