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Terry Meiger will present a program on macro photography for the May 14 meeting of the Englewood Camera Club. The club meets at the Greenwood Village … more
“Give the gift of seeing songbirds up-close as they migrate through the South Platte River corridor” says the invitation from the Audubon Nature … more
When first-grade teacher Jean Kirshner stepped into a classroom in Belize in 2007, she knew her life would never be the same. She could not foresee … more
It took Ian Scott three months and innumerable pieces of dough to perfect the Bonanno Brothers’ thin-crust pizza toss. “I practiced on a wet dish … more
L. Frank Baum’s “Wizard of Oz” has become part of our national heritage, with its heroine, Dorothy, her trusty little dog Toto and her special … more
“We expected 370 or so and there were over 600,” juror Weldon Lee said of entries at the April 20 opening of the 2013 Lone Tree Photographic Art … more
“I believe that the stronger the exploration of a personal perspective becomes, the more interesting the resultant paintings will be,” said … more
“From its humble beginnings, through the rocky crags of Waterton Canyon to its desolate and dry end just west of Denver International Airport, the … more
Surrounded by sunshine, ancient architecture and olive groves, artist/instructor Susan Elliott and 11 former students and colleagues were in Italy … more
Stories on Stage “Cliffhangers” brings a group of stories calculated to keep one in suspense: “The Girls” by Joy Williams, read by Martha … more
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