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The spirit of Christmas bridged the miles from Colorado to northern Nicaragua as Front Range residents supported three one-day Christmas camps for about 350 children who live in Nicaraguan villages where the annual income is about $200. Former … more
Since it first opened Off-Broadway in 2003, “Avenue Q” has been an audience favorite nationwide, despite its unusual cast of singing, on occasion tough-talking, oversized hand puppets and unconcealed puppeteers — plus a few … more
The collective title of an art exhibit coming to Littleton’s Town Hall Arts Center is “On Vacation,” said painter Don Hartman. His works are called “On Vacation with the Boys” and Dustin Hartley’s paintings are called … more
A brief ceremony was held during the Dec. 19 Englewood City Council meeting to present large red and blue award ribbons to eight families honored for their entries in this year’s Englewood Holiday Lighting Contest. The Keep Englewood Beautiful … more
Amber Jaworsky recalls a recent Holy Yoga class she taught at Mountain View Church in Highlands Ranch. During her class, she quoted Proverbs 19:11. “A person’s wisdom yields patience; it is to one’s glory to overlook an offense.” When … more
While your playful pup may enjoy romping in the snow, the cold weather is not the place your pet should stay for long periods of time. Coloradans are infamous for their love of dogs. Bill Bellerdine, sergeant in charge of animal services for the … more
Dec. 31 and Jan 1 are the days when local birders will head outside to check on the numbers of feathered friends living and eating and bringing color to our parks, back yards and riverbanks. The first Christmas Bird Count was proposed in 1900 as … more
With 2016 just days away from ending, people are thinking about all kinds of activities — both fun and necessary. Go to a party, throw one, or just stay off the roads altogether? And if one does decide to go out, what are the best ways to get … more
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, right? That all depends on who you ask. Sure, driving down the street at night around Christmas is going to offer the opportunity to see some … more
An outline of the New York skyline surrounds and contains the plain, worn-looking 1950s living room, home to Italian-American longshoreman Eddie Carbone, his wife, Beatrice, and Catherine, the orphaned niece they have raised. Foghorns, the slosh … more
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