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In an age when tablets, video games and fidget spinners consume the minds and habits of children nationwide, some experts are concerned children are spending too little time outdoors. And they warn of health and emotional problems when children … more
Combine bicycles, healthy food advocates and a passion for health equity and you get the third annual Food Rescue Ride — the Aug. 19 noncompetitive bicycle event in Cherry Creek State Park. The fundraiser supports Denver Food Rescue, a … more
Family members of all ages will be fascinated to learn how animals are engineered to survive in our world despite ongoing challenges. “Nature’s Amazing Machines” opened June 16 at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science and will continue through … more
Popular Highlands Ranch brewery Grist Brewing Company is pouring over into Lone Tree’s Entertainment District. “We are super excited to be in Lone Tree,” said Nate Wannlund, whose business card gives him the title of a “purveyor of … more
At 84, Myra Rhodes is crushing the south metro running competition in her age bracket. On May 20, she strode into first place in her 70- to 99-year-old division at the High Line Canal 5K Race, finishing in 38 minutes and 33 seconds. This is … more
For three days each year, blinking pinball machines, old-school arcade games and sounds of bells, beeps and whistles fill the first floor of Denver Marriott South in Lone Tree. Here is where players, collectors and families assemble to partake in … more
Billie McMahon’s smile stretched from ear to ear and lit up the room June 7 after she completed her flight in a 1940s biplane arranged by the Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation. “The experience was incredible,” McMahon, a 91-year-old World … more
For three days each year, blinking pinball machines, old-school arcade games and sounds of bells, beeps and whistles fill the first floor of Denver Marriott South in Lone Tree. Here is where players, collectors and families assemble to partake in … more
The week following Amanda Hawthorne’s first pregnancy was good. But the day her mother, who had been helping, returned to work, Hawthorne’s emotional state quickly declined. She slept because she was so exhausted. She paced back and forth … more
Just inside the entrance to the Center for Visual Art, CVA, in Denver’s Santa Fe Art District is a welcoming small formal garden, “Green Barrier,” created by Mackenzie Browning — a really striking three-dimensional example of what can happen … more
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