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I turned 30 a couple weeks ago. A big one. Or so everyone tells me. Personally, I’ve always found the significance of certain birthdays a reflection of social constructs placed on us by society. So hitting 30 or 50 — or whatever — is only … more
The gang of second- and third-graders tumbles in from recess with an effervescent energy that bounces through the low-ceilinged room. “Yay!” Tim pumps a fist into the air. “We’re doing poetry! I love poetry!” Judy Racine folds … more
It was estimated that in 2015, 231,840 women and 2,350 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer in the United States, according to Susan G. Komen. In Colorado, it was estimated that 125 of every 100,000 women will be diagnosed with invasive breast … more
There are few things that I appreciate more than complete silence. Except when it comes to the alphabet. I just read this, and I was furious: “J.K. Rowling says you’re mispronouncing Voldemort.” Now she tells us. The “t” is … more
Peaceful Valley Boy Scout Ranch was anything but an idyllic setting Sept. 18-20, the weekend of the 2015 Denver Area Council’s Camporee. Close to 3,000 Scouts, parents, leaders and volunteers descended upon the property for a weekend campout and … more
Oktoberfest has been a tradition in Castle Rock for over 10 years, but Kevin Tilson, director of the Castle Rock Downtown Alliance, said that this year, will be the biggest event yet. Forty kegs are ordered for the festivities, which is 11 more … more
It’s 1977, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. A street scene soon introduces Tony Manero, 19. Dancing rules his life and the 2001 Odyssey Club, in the neighborhood, is where he wants to be on Saturday night. Tony is the central character in “Saturday … more
I don’t know of many lakes or reservoirs in the state besides Eleven-Mile Reservoir where you can consistently catch trout ranging from 2 to 5 pounds and where fish over 10 pounds are not just a dream. Rainbow, brown, cutbow, Snake River … more
e’ve all heard touching stories of organ donors nobly saving one life at a time. But what if a way exists for one person to help save all of humanity? There is, says Karl Rexroat. In 2011, after 17 years as a funeral director, Rexroat opened … more
“La Sylphide,” a classic ballet dating back to Paris in 1836, will open Colorado Ballet’s season on Oct. 2 at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House, Denver Performing Arts Complex. It’s been almost 20 years since the company has performed this … more
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