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In recent years, there have been numerous conversations, essays and publications addressing the role of women in contemporary art (and in art history). Uneven representation has been evident in major exhibitions, publications and sales, according to … more
Community members from all over Douglas County lined Wilcox and Perry streets in downtown Castle Rock on Aug. 6 to watch the nearly 200 floats walk, ride and drive by during the annual Douglas County Fair and Rodeo Parade. Floats included local … more
The annual Douglas County Fair and Rodeo took over Castle Rock the past two weeks with a variety of agricultural and family-friendly activities. This year marked the first time the carnival was open for both weekends of the event. A big addition … more
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Author and Colorado wine expert Paula Mitchell tasted wine for the first time when she was 12 years old. It was her father’s dandelion wine. “There was only one word to associate with that: yuck," Mitchell told a group of about 80 wine … more
My passion My passion is volunteering. I volunteer for Sky Ridge Medical Center as a patient escort. When a patient, let’s say, has an appointment with radiology or some place that requires paperwork, they give me the paperwork, and I escort … more
When the South Suburban Parks and Recreation District holds its annual Youth and Adult TRYathlons each year, it places the emphasis on completion rather than competition. This year’s event at the Cook Creek Pool in Lone Tree on July 30 drew … more
For one Douglas County resident, the rodeo royalty program at the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo is a way to keep the Western tradition alive in the county. “The county is growing and we're losing our Western heritage because of all the … more
Former Douglas County Fair and Rodeo queen Anneliese Phippen rode through the arena July 30 in Castle Rock carrying the Colorado flag. She was joined by Haley Jacobs and Carrie Thompson, both former queens, carrying the American flag and the Douglas … more
For 40 years, Larkspur has transcended time and space, taking guests back centuries with its annual Colorado Renaissance Festival. “The atmosphere just exudes fun,” said Wayne Keller, who has been coming to the festival for the past 10 years. … more
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