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Taylor Hunter, 20, returned to Parker in December after an 18-month mission trip to the western part of upstate New York, where she shoveled sidewalks, participated in service projects and spread the word of the Mormon faith. She knocked on doors … more
In Denver, craft coffee is almost as common as craft beer. That trend is trickling into the south suburbs as well. “Littleton is a different demographic than the city. Rather than having a bunch of coffee-educated people come through the door, … 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
Wes Cook recalls vividly a motorcycle ride he took three years ago. It was to be his last. Cook, a Parker resident for 12 years, was also planning to get rid of his skis, because he was almost certain he would never use them again. Meanwhile, he … more
The Rocky Mountain Weavers Guild holds its Fiber Arts Sale each year in the Community Room on the second level of the Englewood Civic Center. This year's sale will run Nov. 12-14 and will include demonstrations of spinning and weaving by guild … more
Elizabeth held its quasquicentennial celebration/block party on Oct. 10 with its “Wine in the Pines” celebration plus 5K and 10K races. Quasquicentennial, meaning a 125th anniversary, takes almost as long to learn to say and spell (correctly) as … more
Sacred spaces — places for peace, reflection and spiritual communion — can be difficult to find in the highly developed Front Range. But one such place stands to the south of Lookout Mountain, north of I-70, overlooking Golden and the entire … 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
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
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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