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Wandering around the maze of more than 75,000 books in a 2,500-square-foot bookstore on South Broadway, the section titles are diverse: End-time thrillers, books for mom, on the supernatural and Christian living, to name a few. Nonfiction sits … more
At the group’s first meeting of the year, Susan Stiff took over as president of the Lone Tree Arts Center Guild. Stiff is replacing Tonya Fallows, who is serving as the president elect for 2017. Stiff’s experience stretches 30 years back, … more
In Golden, one Girl Scout also plans on saving the money she earns so she will have extra money to fund her Gold Award project, which she will begin within a couple of years. A Girl Scout in Centennial, and another in Lakewood, hopes to earn … more
Three master ballet works, accompanied by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra, will be staged at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House in Denver from Feb. 17-26. (Performances will be preceded by the Firebird Gala, also at the Ellie, at 6 p.m. on Feb. 6 — … more
In an age where people can’t put down their smartphones long enough to go to the bathroom, it’s difficult to picture being removed from the constant stimulation of ringtones, push notifications and 24-hour news. But picture a place completely … more
“Fire and Ice” was a title thrown out to Littleton Fine Arts Guild members with few guidelines and it resulted in a variety of entries, juried by artist Carol Grape of Denver. The Depot Art Gallery, 2069 W. Powers, Littleton, invites the … more
Where life begins I ran my first marathon at the age of 60. I wanted to run a marathon on every continent around the world with my wife, Carol Hickman. I was running the Paris Marathon, April 2013, simply because I love Paris. I met another … more
The Truffnie: half European truffle, half all-American brownie. Lisa Hemphill thought of the concept 20 years ago while living in Michigan. She came up with the name the following year while living in New Jersey. And it all came to life nearly … more
Director Randal Myler and music director Dan Wheetman will bring music associated with the famed recording studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, to audiences at the Lone Tree Arts Center from Feb. 1 to 12 for the world premiere of “Muscle Shoals: … more
Of course, all theater productions have a location, but in two current very different, area plays, audiences are especially drawn into the site, which plays a distinctive part. And in both, music weaves the storylines together. ● “The … more
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