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Colorado Homes magazine has captured the Christmas season with a feature story about an original Christmas tree art installation at the iconic Sleeper House in Genesee. The magazine article says, … more
The American Museum of Western Art, 1727 Tremont Place, Denver, houses the fine Anschutz collection in the historic, beautifully restored building once known as the Navarre (across from the Brown Palace). It offers guided and self-guided tours on … more
The sound of the tinkling bell drifts across the parking lot, growing louder the closer you get to the King Soopers entrance. There it is, a red bell so tiny it nestles neatly into Nathan … more
In 2014, The Edge Theater in Lakewood invited playwrights to submit manuscripts of new works to a new play festival competition. One would be chosen for production in 2015. Rick Yaconis, Edge Theater executive director, told the audience on Dec. … more
Longtime Englewood painter/teacher Sandra Kaplan has collaborated with landscape painter James Pringle Cook in a two-person exhibit called “Bereishit — Heaven and Earth” at the Singer Gallery, Mizel Arts and Cultural Center. It is inspired by … more
Yasin Mohamud does not have words to explain the difficult situation he finds himself in, but his story does not need many to understand its depths. The young man, who is blind and has limited English fluency, is suddenly motherless and … more
Yvette Marquez, a local food blogger, was looking for a way to give back this holiday season when she stumbled upon the “#bakeitforward” campaign. Each time a photo of a baked holiday treat is shared on social media with a friend tagged and the … more
Hudson Gardens’ signature tree is a huge ancient cottonwood, covered to the tips of its branches with tiny white lights — more than 30,000. It takes men with bucket trucks to decorate it, said Hudson Gardens concert and special events manager … more
Wes Cook recalls vividly a motorcycle ride he took three years ago. It was to be his last. Cook, a Parker resident for 12 years, was also planning to get rid of his skis, because he was almost certain he would never use them again. Meanwhile, he … more
About 150 community members gathered at Eastridge Recreation Center on Dec. 6, the first night of Hanukkah. The event started inside with a choir performance by the children of Chabad Hebrew School, followed by arts and crafts, latkes, doughnuts and … more
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