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I was born in Frederick, and when I was very young our family moved to Prospect Valley near Keensburg. My dad was a farmer. He lost three crops in a row to hail, and he couldn't get more loans so he got a job building houses in Bear Valley. Our … more
Laughter, hearty greetings and the hum of friendly conversations marked the Aug. 4 National Night Out events in Englewood and Sheridan. This is the 32nd year the National Association of Town Watch has sponsored and promoted the event. The … more
Fourth-grade teacher Natalie West has a special story to tell if the subject of summer activities comes up in her class at Independence Elementary School. In mid-July, the Cherry Creek School District teacher joined other members of the Casa … more
Williams & Graham, the false-front bookstore speakeasy in the Lower Highland neighborhood in Denver, has been named the Best American Cocktail Bar at the 2015 Spirited Awards. The award is so … more
“Pump Boys and Dinettes” first opened in Chicago with a long run and was written in the early 1980s by a group of friends: John Foley, Mark Hardwick, Debra Monk, Cass Morgan, John Schimmel and Jim Wann, two of whom started writing songs when … more
The Colorado Jazz Repertory Orchestra, launched by Lone Tree's Art Bouton and a favorite of sold-out crowds at the Lone Tree Arts Center, is branching out. Bouton writes that the band, which includes a collection of solo-quality Colorado-based … more
Littleton has a hard-working Historic Preservation Board that meets the third Monday of each month, assisted by a planner from the city staff. The board has quasi-judicial power to rule on proposed changes in the facades of historic buildings that … more
As a Texas transplant, you'd think I wouldn't bat an eyelash at tasting bison. But after seeing herds of giant beasts playfully rolling in the dirt with their calves at Daniel's Park a few weeks ago, … more
What is Colorado cuisine? Parker resident, cookbook author and TasteBook.com columnist Jenny Hartin said after spending 15 years in New York, two in Phoenix and the last two in Colorado, the truth is “all cuisines are a melting pot of what we … more
Painter Lee Wasilik, who is currently president of the Heritage Fine Arts Guild, will join Diane Edwards in the Stanton Gallery at Town Hall Arts Center for a “Western Heritage” art exhibit, in conjunction with Western Welcome Week 2015. Each … more
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