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Consistently ranked among the fittest states in the nation, Colorado always seems to be at the forefront of exercise trends. While many still go to the gym to pump iron or burn calories in cardio-focused classes, there is a tendency in the … more
Mixed martial arts competition is coming back to Castle Rock. The Sparta Combat League, a Colorado-based MMA fight promotion company, will be hosting SCL 42 Evolution July 18 at the Douglas County Events center. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and … more
Concept Restaurant Group has renovated and reconcepted what was previously Woody's Tavern Ignite Ale House + Kitchen in Arvada. In the new Arvada Ale House + Kitchen at 7995 Sheridan Blvd. … more
James Valeq and Fred Alley worked with the script of a non-musical 1996 film to develop an appealing low-key, folksy, bluesy musical set in rural Gilead, Wisconsin, where the Spitfire Grill — which gives its name to the play running at Aurora's … more
Steve Johnson will speak to the Englewood Camera Club at 7 p.m. July 14 when the group meets at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church, 6400 S. University Blvd., Centennial. His topic will be “Raptor Photography”: how to set up shots, camera … more
“NOW!” is the prevailing theme of the Biennial of the Americas, the international festival kicking off July 14 in Denver to celebrate ideas, art and culture. Planning and cultural exchanges have been in process for the past year with artists … more
Architecture, planning and design are all reflected in painter Gunther Gerzso's work. Works by the Mexican master painter are featured through Sept. 18 at the Museo de las Americas in the Santa Fe Arts District. “Gunther Gerzso: a Mexican … more
Littleton's Town Hall Arts Center appears frequently on the list of nominees for the 10th Annual Henry Awards ceremony. Named after the late Henry Lowenstein, who was most important to Colorado's theatrical development, the Henry Awards are the … more
Lone Tree's 2015 Independence Day celebration went off — almost — without a hitch. A forecast that showed rain and potential hail headed toward the area late the afternoon of July 4 prompted a short evacuation of Sweetwater Park, but it reopened … more
Recent Highlands Ranch High School graduate Sarah Thomas tries to do her best in much more than just academics. She hopes that’s what helped her win the 2015 Outstanding Youth of Lone Tree Award, an honor that comes with a $500 award and a plaque … more
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