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Ponderosa junior Maddie Gabel has a vivid memory of last season’s state playoff soccer game in which she tore the anterior cruciate ligament in her rightknee. “I slid and blocked a shot, and once I made contact(with the ground),that’s when … more
Whether it’s a slice of juicy white meat or a slab of greasy dark meat, the staple of a Thanksgiving meal is the turkey. How a turkey is prepped and cooked differs from household to household. Some swear by an old family recipe. Some look to … more
A Castle Rock brewery has brought home its 69th medal in 15 years, this time earning a Gold Award at the 2016 Great American Beer Festival in Denver. Rockyard Brewing Co.’s Warning Sign won the festival’s German-Style Doppelbock/Eisbock … more
The sun-drenched stage of Elizabeth High School is being rearranged. A partially completed set stands as a backdrop to four actors, while director Jennifer Barclay observes from near the back of the room. The students are rehearsing a scene from … more
For 50 years, Arapahoe Community College students, with faculty guidance, have produced an impressive literary and art magazine, “The Progenitor,” which comes out in spring. The 2016 edition just won a third-place award in the Southwest Division … more
Elizabeth's Main Street was crowded with zombies, ghouls and other ghastly wanderers on the afternoon of Oct. 29. But an abundance of sunshine kept the proceedings from getting gloomy as the Elizabeth Area Chamber of Commerce put on its annual … more
“Luscious Watercolors” will brighten Town Hall Arts Center's Stanton Gallery in Littleton as our days grow shorter. It will feature three painters, opening Nov. 8 and closing on Jan. 10. A Meet-the-Artists reception is planned for 5:30 to 7:30 … more
Whenever people ask me the stereotypical question — The Beatles or The Rolling Stones? — my answer is simple: Bob Dylan. Apparently the Nobel Prize committee is of the same opinion, since Dylan was just named as the 2016 recipient of the … more
Elaine Mariner joined the staff at the PACE Center four years ago, a year after it opened, with goals of providing an outlet for local talent and becoming a landmark for national performers to visit. The challenge she and the staff faced then, … more
Your Father's Mustache, a traditional Dixieland band, will perform at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 4 at Littleton United Methodist Church. The band was booked by Charlie Carroll, who started the Littleton Jazz Foundation 10 years ago and started a year of … more
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