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The project began with letters to friends and former students, inviting collaboration between painter Craig Marshall Smith and friends and former students — to be followed by an exhibit at the Museum Outdoor Arts (known as the MOA) in Englewood … more
On March 22, 1957, 27-year-old San Diego-based Navy pilot Norm Sothan had made four of six required practice landings on the deck of the carrier USS Essex when the brakes in his F4D Skyray supersonic jet fighter plane failed. He skidded toward the … more
If there’s a better part of summer than music under the stars, I don’t know what it is. Colorado has no shortage of picturesque locations for summer concerts, and while everyone is well aware of places like Red Rocks, many more intimidate venues exist that provide a lovely setting for some classic acts. more
At times, Ryan Laber feels as if he is drifting in the ocean. Grief washes over him in waves, recedes, then comes in again. Other times, he stands in a valley, staring at sheer cliffs encircling him, wondering how he will ever climb … more
Every day, Stephanie Schmalz drives by Highlands Ranch on C-470 from her home in Morrison to her job in Lone Tree. So when she learned in November that Jennifer Laber, a Highlands Ranch mother, had killed her two young sons and then herself, the … more
LUMC Arts Festival 2017 opens with a free concert by harpist Emily Levine and the Colorado Chamber Players at 7:30 p.m. April 28 in the sanctuary of Littleton United Methodist Church, 5894 S. Datura St., Littleton. Levine is a Colorado native and … more
U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter, D-7th District, has partnered with the governor’s office to honor men and women who served during the Vietnam era from Nov. 1, 1955 to May 15, 1975, the beginning and … more
During the annual Englewood Student Art Show, student-created artworks in a variety of sizes, shapes, and mediums occupy almost every inch of available space the Englewood Public Library. The library is on the first floor of the Englewood Civic … more
The rush was on April 8 when the Englewood Great Egg Scramble starting horn sounded, and in less than five minutes, the hundreds of plastic eggs, toys and other goodies spread around at Miller Field disappeared into children's baskets. Of course, … more
Steve Austin has been measuring the precipitation levels in his backyard every morning since 2005 at his home in Northglenn. Outside of a few weekend trips, he hasn’t missed a day. “I’ve been doing it so long, it’s just part of what I … more
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