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New Yorker cartoonist William Steig wrote one of his unusual children’s books in 1990 — about an unhappy green ogre named “Shrek,” who was sent off to live alone in the Swamp … more
As of last January, there were estimates of nearly 7,000 homeless people in the Denver metro area. As temperatures begin to drop and snow begins to fall again, many of these people are left without … more
Travel + Leisure magazine readers have chosen "America's Best Towns for the Holidays" and four Colorado burgs have made the list. Aspen took the top spot in the pool of 25 festive spots. The … more
The 29th annual Arts and Crafts Fair — held by South Suburban Parks and Recreation District at Goodson Recreation Center, 6315 S. University Blvd., Centennial, from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Dec. … more
Since an exhibit at the Madden Museum in 2011, five Colorado artists have exhibited their work together, creating a gallery filled with five different mediums in each case. The quintet, called To … more
Thanksgiving has so little music associated with it that radio stations and businesses usually go straight from the spooky sounds of Halloween to Christmas carols. And that’s a bit of sonic … more
Teen sports phenoms can have a propensity to think about nothing besides going pro. Not John Lutaaya. He dreams of getting a college education. Tennis, he says, is simply the conduit to get him one. Lutaaya is thousands of miles from home, a … more
Littleton resident Scott Norby and his wife, Joie, along with their three children, are just one family trying to make a difference on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. “I always have faith that I’m supposed to go there,” … more
Cafe Valet, a St. Louis-based coffee service company for hotel rooms, has deemed Denver the fourth most pretentious city in the U.S. Is it our obsession with outdoor activities? Pilates? Yoga … more
A new exhibit, “Searching for Home: Homelessness in Colorado History,” at History Colorado Center explores the state’s long history of economic struggle and the complexities of an issue often reduced to simplistic stereotypes. The … more
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