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The first 10 days of May were difficult: Each day seemed more increasingly arduous for her. Then came that quiet morning when she passed. After a long life, aging and declining health took control, and I surrendered my closest outdoors … more
My career I live in Lone Tree. I am a dance teacher at Ovation Academy of Dance. I mostly do ballet and mostly teach from 18 months up to … as far as they go. Mostly here (at Ovation) I do up to 18, 19. I teach them how to do the basics of … more
Mike West has been playing the bagpipes for more than six years, but still considers himself an amateur. “As fire department bagpipers go, I'm OK,” West said. “As bagpipers go, I'm definitely a novice.” West seasons the reed in his … more
Colorado author Mark Lee Gardner is said to be the first biographer to tell the Rough Riders' story from Teddy Roosevelt's point of view. The author spoke to a sizable crowd at the Tattered Cover Aspen Grove on May 10 about his new book, “Rough … more
Artist members of the Colorado Watercolor Society and the Western Federation of Watercolor Societies (12 states) will fill the Arvada Center’s spacious upper and lower galleries with color this summer with more than 200 paintings, selected by … more
A little before 7 p.m. on a Saturday, comedian Bob Meddles takes the stage. A small church in Littleton seems like an odd place to see stand-up comedy, but Meddles, billed as The Comic Next Door, isn’t out of place in front of a few dozen … more
My career I am a medical and legal interpreter. I don't have a job here yet. I'm working on that. I have an interview for a project manager position. I love to snowboard. I like paddle boarding, hiking, biking, rollerblading, Zumba, anything … more
For Centennial resident Skylar Ferentz, attending the May 21 Shooter Jennings concert in Castle Rock was a no-brainer. She and her husband are huge fans of the southern rock outlaw, so much so that “The Deed and the Dollar” was the first dance … more
Kayla Nilges and three friends visited Acres Restaurant in Englewood recently because they wanted to celebrate Mother’s Day while sharing a sampling of tapas — small plates of food meant to be shared. “I think tapas-style dining is a great … more
A red velvet curtain hangs across the stage area at Buntport Theater this month — unusual. What lies behind it? A scene in the woods appears as lights go up on “Greetings from Camp Katabasis,” with a small tent, trees and shrubbery, … more
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