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In 1992, Severance Kelley hung up his skis and resigned himself to the fact he would never ski again. The symptoms of post-polio syndrome — a paralysis that had spread to both legs —forced him to give up the only sport he enjoyed. Until … more
Community involvement will be a driving force in the planned rejuvenation of the Colorado Horse Park. Colorado Equestrian Partners, an investment group comprising five families, finalized its purchase of the equestrian show venue south of Parker … more
Visit Denver has unveiled the menus and list of restaurants participating in the 2015 Denver Restaurant Week at www.denv.co/2015drw. This year’s dine-around runs from Feb. 20 through March 1, which … more
There's one craft that's often left out of craft fairs entirely, and the Colorado Authors' League wants to change that. “This craft fair isn't your typical craft fair,” reads a CAL press release. “Rather than a time to buy handmade crafts, … more
A popular Centennial park is undergoing a dramatic winter makeover. Crews placed a new pedestrian bridge Jan. 13 as part of a $640,000 project at Willow Creek Park. Willow Creek Park is a large South Suburban Parks-managed site in the Willow … more
Millions of young girls would love to write and perform songs that reach an audience, but not everyone puts in the time and dedication that Amanda May does. The 13-year-old singer-songwriter from Parker released her first song on iTunes last … more
Rooster Cogburn (played by John Wayne) confronts the four outlaws across the field.Ned Pepper (played by Robert Duvall): What’s your intention? Do you think one on four is a dogfall?Rooster … more
For many, standing center stage at the National Western Stock Show and Rodeo in Denver can be a nerve-racking endeavor. At the nation's largest such event, the pressure can quickly mount for both professionals and amateurs. But for 16-year-old … more
The Douglas County and Arapahoe library districts both provide patrons technological opportunities beyond checking out books, from 3D printers to recording studios. Oli Sanidas, director of digital services for the Arapahoe Library District, said … more
Time travel. There's hardly a more alluring fantasy in our pop culture, from the simplest depictions — children's cartoons, comic strips, romantic comedy films — to the “Interstellar'' kind that you need a physics degree to … more
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