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If the cooking community speaks a universal language, Jenny Hartin is undoubtedly fluent. A few years ago, she was a paralegal working in Manhattan. Now a stay-at-home mom in Parker, she presides over a domain of devoted cooks from every corner … more
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With the fictional characters of Mish and Tish, created by local author and illustrator Marianne Pyka, children have the creative freedom to go from imaginers to readers to writers to authors. “It starts with the fun of the book,” said Ingrid … more
The Highlands Ranch High School Thespians will present what they believe is the largest and most intricate theater production in the group's history later this month. “The Wizard of Oz” will feature the efforts of more than 100 students, … more
Restoring resiliency to the “Wildland Urban Interface” by thinning out dense forest, reducing fuels and collaboratively managing resources like land, water and providing for travel management … more
How often does one have the chance to meet a friendly wolf? A pair of wolves will stop by the Liniger Building at CU South Denver from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 7 to mark the beginning of the Iditarod, the “last great race on Earth,” said … more
Hundreds of people stopped by an Iditarod event at CU South Denver at Lincoln Avenue and Peoria Street on March 7 to learn about canine lineage and the connection that modern dogs have to wolves. More than 300 people of all ages got a chance to meet … more
Millions of young girls would love to write and perform songs that reach an audience, but not everyone puts in the time and dedication that Amanda May does. The 13-year-old singer-songwriter from Parker released her first song on iTunes last … more
Drake Bebout celebrated his 10th birthday by being the first paying customer to ride the new zip line course at Philip S. Miller Park in Castle Rock. Drake and his father Mark, who are from nearby Franktown, were joined by their family in Castle … more
“Nature as Subject” will bring the beauty of the outdoors into the Lone Tree Arts Center’s galleries through Nov. 13, according to curator Sally Perisho, who said “the exhibition represents the complexity of nature as interpreted through the … more
When Henri Matisse and his contemporaries exhibited their expressive paintings, with looser brushwork and bold colors, many French art critics were horrified and called the artists “les fauves,” the beasts. Now, they are among the best-loved … more
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