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Now that Black Friday and Cyber Monday are over, shoppers might consider some close-to-home locations that sell items created by local artists and craftsmen. No two pieces of art are exactly alike, but all are created with great pride and … more
Radio talk show conservative Mike Rosen, who turned 69 Dec. 5, is taking his show to a slightly different time slot beginning Jan. 2. “KOA (850 AM) is about the only station in the country that delays Rush (Limbaugh) two hours,” Rosen told me … more
It all began about 10 years ago when Christy Wessler started a holiday sing-along with her Swallow Hill Music Association students. “It has morphed,” she said. “I told myself: Next year we can do this … And it has become a concert.” … more
Thousands turned out downtown for Littleton’s annual Candlelight Walk the night after Thanksgiving. They enjoyed caroling, fire dancers, hot chocolate and warm cider, and Santa’s traditional visit. Photos by Jennifer Smith more
Pull on the jackets and mittens and head outside for an evening surrounded by fanciful holiday lights. Enjoy music, seasonal entertainment and perhaps some warm cocoa as one enters a magical world. Some suggestions: • “Trail of Lights” at … more
In many instances, we complain about the transition of a well-loved book to film and stage, but Kevin McKeon’s adaptation of the best-selling “Snow Falling on Cedars” by David Guterson works quite well — due in large part to a skillful … more
Family members of all ages are invited to participate in an event that started in 1900 in New York’s Central Park and now extends through the U.S., Latin America and elsewhere in the world. Bird watching is said to be the No. 1 sport in America, … more
It’s perhaps one of Littleton’s greatest mysteries: How can we find the long-lost recipe for North Woods Inn’s cottage-cheese seasoning? The answer, of course, is Facebook. The search started when the popular local steak house abruptly … more
The 74-year-old Knabe grand piano sits silent in the room behind them. But the three women sipping tea at the small dining room table feel the music settle into them with the quiet joy only an old, beloved companion can bring. Music. “It's … more
Pretend it is December 1933 — and enjoy Town Hall Arts Center's holiday treat for the community. Harold Gray's popular Depression-era comic strip … more
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