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When David Rogers met his dachshund Camouflage last year, he knew he'd met the love of his life. “Anyone who has not, should adopt,” said Rogers, chief operating officer of Keller Bros. automotive shop, proclaimed on his Facebook page. … more
Although Matt Kenney grew up in Boston, he's never run that city's famous marathon. Too easy, he says. His preference? A race that can involve fire, live wires, sewage and mud — lots and lots of mud — that includes obstacles with names … more
Hold on to your crocheted stocking hat with your knitted mittens — ugly Christmas sweater season has arrived. “It's about laughter, happiness,” said Elizabeth Blume, owner of the Clothing-X-Change consignment store in the Oakbrook Shopping … more
Readers of USA Today have cast their votes for the top 10 brewery tours in the nation. In Colorado, New Belgium Brewing Co. in Fort Collins, birthplace of Fat Tire, landed in a respectable third … more
Englewood Arts Presents will host pianist Stephanie Cheng in a concert at 2 p.m. Dec. 13 at Hampden Hall in the Englewood Civic Center, 1000 W. Englewood Parkway. The program will feature Beethoven's … more
More than 200 Highlands Ranch teens will join together on Dec. 18 at St. Luke's United Methodist Church, 8817 S. Broadway, to celebrate the holidays — and the arts — in two performances at 6 and 8 p.m. St. Luke's Performing Arts Academy, … more
A group of nine widely experienced African-American artists who work in the Denver metro area have artwork on exhibit at Curtis Arts and Humanities Center through Jan. 8. The exhibit, called “African-American Contemporary Artists,” includes … more
Ebony Atencio was tired of standing in line with her fussy children only to witness brief, impersonal visits with a shopping mall Santa Claus. “It's so important to the children,” the Parker resident said. “They've waited for this so long, … more
Lone Tree Arts Center’s airy lobby often becomes an art gallery. Through Jan. 5, the 13th Annual Lone Tree Art Expo hangs in the lobby, down the center hall and around the corner of that hall. It invites art lovers to spend a relaxed time enjoying … more
It was about Christmas time, three years ago I think, when he pressed the big round steel coin in my hand at the nursing home as I was leaving. The coin was bigger than a dollar, with a Big Horn … more
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