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With Irish and German roots, Mark Quinnell says beer is in his blood. As a home brewer for 10 years, Quinnell gravitated toward the English ales and beers that were more malt-focused. He shared his brews with friends and family in his basement … more
Kristy Arellano knew her daughter was struggling with depression. She had no idea her daughter was suicidal. Parents are often the last to know when their teen is being bullied online. Threats and taunts are made within the social media sphere, … more
When one enters the Aurora Fox Studio Theater, one is immediately charmed by a stairstepped floor and wall filled with exotic fabrics, silky brocaded cushions, Oriental rugs, lengths of fabric draped and hung. Charles Dean Packard, executive … more
After they were married in 1951, Nancy Gripman would greet her husband's Navy ship every time it returned to port. She often was the only one standing on the dock. Her consistent presence upon his arrival caused Bill Gripman to be razzed by his … more
Molly and Jennifer Maskrey don’t just believe their wearable technology can save lives. They know it will. With their startup, QBLabs, the Parker residents have developed MovementTek, a wearable device that alerts medical professionals and … 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
Wendy Aiello first met Penny Parker when Parker was working at the Rocky Mountain News covering retail, tourism, restaurants and advertising. They became fast friends. “She was smart and funny,” said Aiello, a public relations executive in … 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
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
Haggis. Tripe. Rocky Mountain oysters. Menu items that turn one diner’s stomach present an opportunity for a more adventurous eater. It’s often fine-dining spots that serve the most exotic dishes — La Sandia in Lone Tree, for example, … more
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