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“The Nutcracker” is one of the standards of holiday theater, but nearly every production is of Tchaikovsky’s ballet. Miners Alley’s children’s theater is going a different route this year, with a production that tells the original tale … more
The best things will happen at the Arvada Center Nov. 24- Dec. 23 with the holiday production of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. “Doing a more period musical and living in a different time is always a treat,” said Lauren Shealy, who … more
Not every Thanksgiving dinner is a Norman Rockwell scene with family gathered around a table laden with an enormous turkey. Nor does it always involve watching football games or finishing the meal with pumpkin pie. For some, Thanksgiving is a … more
Adam Dorey, 36, joined the Army in October 2001 as a staff sergeant and served two tours of duty in Iraq. Now living in Morrison, he earned about 10 medals and commendations, including a Bronze Star, two Army Commendation and a Good Conduct … more
Just six years after its inception and four years after hiring staff, the South Metro Health Alliance has had to go staffless. “It is with great sadness then that I need to let you know that SMHA's general operating funding has come to an … more
Colorado’s recovery from the worst recession since the Great Depression is as strong as any state’s in the nation, but for many middle-class families, decades of flat paychecks are leaving them with impossible decisions. Should they leave the … more
In January 2013, two young men bumped into each other in a doorway at a Houston college, sparking a confrontation that ended when one fired at least 10 shots, wounding two students and a maintenance worker. A year later, at a Tennessee high … more
While supermarket chains and even some breweries across Colorado are hopped up about the idea of allowing all grocery stores to sell full-strength alcoholic beverages, some neighborhood liquor stores have a case of sour grapes about the whole … more
Sandra Blythe-Perry grew up in Paterson, New Jersey, years after it was known as “Silk City” for its abundance of textile plants. She grew up after the city's glory days, as manufacturing declined and “white flight” saw a rush to the … more
James Jordan sweats as he trudges through the brush, up the steep slope toward the top of a rocky plateau. The bleached, fall sun has warmed the chilly morning, and Jordan has already shed one layer. The hillside is neither as steep nor as high as … more
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