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About me After growing up in Memphis with five brothers and two sisters and graduating from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, I relocated to attend graduate school at Washington University in St. Louis. Upon completion of a master’s … more
Music has always reflected the times, so it’s fitting the best releases of the year are searching, personal works that defy compartmentalization in any particular genre. Following are the … more
In the form it takes today, cowboy gatherings have only been around for about 30 years. But they stem from the ways of the Old West, and people can experience the tradition at the 27th annual Colorado Cowboy Poetry Gathering, which comes to … more
When Claire Reifert became pregnant with her first child, she knew she would follow in her mother’s footsteps with natural childbirth. And in April 2014, she gave birth to her son with the help of a midwife at a birthing center in … more
For many, a new year means a new you. Some 44 percent of Americans make a New Year’s resolution, according to a 2013 study by Pew Research Center. Of that group, 12 percent say they want to exercise more and 11 percent want to lose … more
The first 2016 meeting of the Englewood Camera Club will host award-winning photographer Mike Berenson speaking on “Night Photography Planning and Scouting.” It takes more than a beautiful night sky to get a good image, and Berenson will talk … more
Boulder painter Don Coen’s appealing “The Hush of Evening Snow,” with an almost-polka-dotted cow and calf, is the featured work in this year’s Coors Western Art Show, and will be added to the National Western’s permanent collection. … more
“James Gillray was a product of his time,” said print collector Arthur Gilbert in an opening statement about a man called the “father of modern caricature.” Gilbert introduced 71 colored etchings, political cartoons by Gillray, who was born … more
Liam Michael, 19, grew up attending a Unitarian Universalist church with his family in Portage, Michigan. It was nothing like the dogmatic religions of Catholicism, Judaism or Islam that have more black-and-white interpretations of the world. There … more
Patrick Kaplan, 10, of Centennial, walked out of his house on a wintry, mid-December day to find a Labrador retriever in his yard. The dog, named Bindy, would help Patrick cope with his longtime illness called cyclic vomiting syndrome, or … more
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