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David Knoll, 28, had never before worn scuba gear. But July 22, the Centennial resident suited up and went for a dive. Knoll was one of many Denver area residents taking part in the Go Dive Now Pool, which was set up in front of the Downtown … more
The struggles can be many for teen bands: They can’t book gigs in traditional bar venues because they’re too young. They have to juggle their music with school, athletics, family and jobs. They can’t guarantee they’ll stick together after … more
When Christy Van Bibber first began working in the 4-H poultry division 10 years ago, 23 kids were showing approximately 90 chickens and other birdsat the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo. Today, that number is 72 kids with 340 entries among them. … more
A group of youths recently went to the largest fencing tournament in the history of the sport, but it was more important to their coach that they come home with happy memories than medals. “The most rewarding part is just seeing their … more
Coming to Colorado The mountains brought me to Colorado from Fort Wayne, Indiana. I grew up in farm land so everything was kind of flat and super boring. So, it is fun to be out here where everything is super different and there is so much … more
Thousands of spectators flocked to Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver on July 15 to watch colorful performers put on a musical spectacle for the 54th Drums Along the Rockies. The annual marching event is hosted by Ascend Performing Arts, … more
Katerina Elizabeth Graham would have been 15 on the Fourth of July. But the teen, who loved ballet, died May 7 after a suicide attempt three weeks earlier that left her in a coma. But her story lives on in the painted rocks that are spreading … more
Last fall, Inger Hiller wanted to join a hiking group. The only problem, she said, was that despite there being “a ton of options” throughout Colorado, many groups didn’t fit her. Some charge members to participate. Others focus on … more
A walk through the 13th Mile High National Pastel Exhibition at the Littleton Museum is, among other things, like a little vacation. Landscapes predominate, but they include all sorts of scenes — seashores, mountains, plains, long, lonesome roads, … more
Get out your Daisy Dukes — it’s time for the Turkey Leg Hoedown, July 21 and 22, in the parking lot of Reinke Brothers costume shop at 5663 S. Prince St. Downtown Merchants Association president Greg Reinke’s goofball festival is back for … more
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