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Many people say they grew up in a musical family, but I almost always get a few raised eyebrows when I tell people I literally grew up in a record store. My mother owned Wheat Ridge’s Budget Tapes and CDs for more than 20 years, and I’d often … more
The Colorado Wind Ensemble will present a multimedia experience with famed photographer John Fielder at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 2 at St. Andrew United Methodist Church, 9203 S. University Blvd. in Highlands Ranch, and on Dec. 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the King … more
Parker author Jen Turano doesn’t tell people what she does for a living — she says they usually don’t believe her anyway. Before writing, Turano pursued a degree in fashion, graduating from the University of Akron in Ohio. After a lot of … more
Steven Wiersma jumped on a bull for the first time when he was 24 years old. “First time I got on I was hooked,” the Castle Rock man said. “I mean hooked.” Wiersmadescribes the experience as chaotic and fast. “It’s weird to be … more
For people like Highlands Ranch resident Devyn St. Aubin, a traditional gym setting or running program doesn’t work. Two years ago, she stumbled across a The Ballet Physique — a ballet barre studio in Lone Tree — and she hasn’t looked … more
Arapahoe Libraries is hosting its annual Geek Out Contest for adolescents and teens (11-18). Represent your favorite book, show, sport, etc. in a creative way and submit by Nov. 30 to Arapahoe Libraries Geek Out Contest for Teens. Write a story, … more
Erin and Cole Vollenweider lived in Parker and attended the same schools a year apart, graduating in 2006 and 2007. But they didn’t meet until a middle school Veterans Day assembly in 2010, where they talked to students about the oaths they swore … more
Well-known local photographer Andy Marquez will return to the spot where he had his first gallery, 2509 W. Main St., for a four-hour exhibit (1 to 5 p.m.) on Nov. 19. The space now houses Colorado Home Realty and Lori Ross is sponsoring the exhibit. … more
Lights in Vintage Theatre’s cozy smaller venue go up on a tired-looking bar in South Philly as “Stella and Lou” opens. A jar on the bar top says “Help bury Reilly,” because one of the regulars has died at a baseball game and there’s no … more
Wind Crest retirement community in Highlands Ranch has a Readers Theater group, led by resident Jack Ligget, numbering 40 members. They get together to socialize and enjoy well-written plays and poetry as they read aloud. “Pieces range from … more
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