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“Littleton: Old, New and Now” is the latest exhibit at the Depot Art Gallery. Littleton Fine Arts Guild members were asked to create art in/about Littleton. Denver artist Anita Winter was juror and awarded Best of Show to Cele Bergstrom for her … more
The majestic, hilltop home is accessible only by taking a winding driveway off a remote county road or jumping a 7-foot fence. “It’s not just a random house,” said Sam Evig, deputy district attorney for the 18th Judicial District … more
Wheat Ridge resident Chris Mangold’s first service dog saved her life when she fell into a coma. “That dog was eventually retired but I missed it so much because the dog is like a life partner,” said the former nurse, who is legally blind … more
Yes, I have interviewed national celebrities including and during my many years as a journalist. But nothing thrills me more than to be recognized by our local notables. So the May 20 cocktail reception for the Invitational Golf Tournament, a … more
Colorado's world-class universities, highly educated workforce, excellent quality of life and pioneering spirit have made the state a hub for inventors, entrepreneurs and innovators. The state's diverse bioscience industry in particular is thriving, … more
One of the best ways to position yourself for a new job or a promotion is to perform your current role the best you possibly can. I mean perform it flawlessly, excellently, and with pride and passion. I have seen this happen time and time again. … more
“What time do you eat dinner?” “What?” “What's your home phone number, and what time do you eat dinner?” “I'm not going to tell you that.” “We're having dinner and you interrupted us. I just wanted to return the … more
Jay Asher uses a dual narrative in his best-selling “Thirteen Reasons Why” to lead a reader through a gripping story. Asher will appear at Smoky Hill Library, 5430 S. Biscay Circle, Centennial on Saturday, May 16. His visit will have three … more
Ballet Ariel director Ilena Norton has created a new ballet to the music of Israeli composer Irena Scalerica. “Vincent Van Gogh” will be presented at 7:30 p.m. May 2 and 2 p.m. May 3 at Lakewood Cultural Center, 470 S. Allison Parkway, Lakewood. … more
Sullivan’s, the LoDo steak house owned by Texas-based Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group, will close May 30 at the end of its lease, according to a story last week on The Denver Business Journal’swebsite. The restaurant, popular for its nightly … more
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