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Halloween is Christmas for those who love the spooky, the creepy and the downright scary. And just like Christmas, there are levels to decorations. Some people take a light approach, with just a few jack-o’-lanterns and spiderwebs, while others … more
Figuring out how to pay back student loans. Saving for retirement and hoping Social Security will be there for the future. The risks of a high national debt. Millennials have no shortage of reasons to be concerned about the fiscal health of … more
You’ll thank me later. My four-legged son and I were taking a walk at 1 a.m. recently when we saw something very ominous. It looked like an SUV driving toward us very slowly. With its lights off. I said, “Smitty, it’s been good to … more
Our Colorado Open Records Act, in effect since 1969, ensures our government remains transparent and accountable to those who pay for it by declaring “all public records shall be open for inspection by any person.” However, in 2012, the Colorado … more
Colorado’s economy is outpacing much of the nation in economic growth and job creation. Today, after the worst recession since the Great Depression, Colorado’s unemployment rate is 4.2 percent, and the state has created jobs in 42 of the last 44 … more
Cincinnati-based restaurant Tom+Chee celebrated the grand opening of its second Colorado location on Sept. 25 at the Streets at SouthGlenn, 6879 S. Vine St., in Centennial. “We’re excited to be part of the Tom+Chee family, and to introduce … more
As a busy autumn season kicks off at the Denver Art Museum, three new curators have joined the museum staff. Each brings special skills to share with area arts lovers and each position is endowed by special donations. ● Tianlong Jiao is the … more
Mike Bond, a Maine native who lives in Roxborough (as well as Maine and Hawaii), has, as a journalist, covered environmental issues worldwide and war and politics in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East and Europe. He has been, and is, an … more
“First Place with Special Merit” said the award won by Arapahoe Community College’s striking Progenitor Art and Literary Magazine for 2015. The award was from the American Scholastic Press Association’s annual magazine competition. It quoted … more
A few days remain to enjoy a trip down the garden path at the Denver Art Museum as its lovely “In Bloom: Painting Flowers in the Age of Impressionism” heads toward its end on Oct. 11. It’s beautifully presented and gives some personal insights … more
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