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Veronica Garcia was talking a million miles per minute — explaining that her patient needed her and she had to go. As a doula at the St. Anthony North Health Campus, Garcia provides emotional, physical and informational support to women in labor. … more
The viewer at a new exhibit in Parker will want to stop in front of each artwork and consider what materials were used in creating it. Mosaic tiles, glass, rocks, bits of mirror, gems, seeds, metal pieces and more are combined in imaginative ways to … more
There was no need for that annoying Colorado custom of having to wear a bulky coat that conceals the adorable costume underneath Oct. 24 at the Goblin Give Out, as hundreds of little goblins descended on downtown Littleton to scoop up as many … more
About 50 people of all ages took part in the Pumpkin Boot Camp at Cornerstone Park in Littleton the morning of Oct. 24. It was the ninth edition of the event, which was hosted by Camp MissFits — a women’s fitness studio in Littleton — and had … more
I'm 15, and I was born in Littleton. I go to Heritage High School, Class of 2018. I have one brother and one sister, both younger. My favorite subject is social studies, because I love learning about the past. I don't have a job. I like … more
South Suburban Parks and Recreation held its annual Halloween events on Oct. 23 and Oct. 24. Two of the family-friendly attractions, Monster Mash and Hoofin' it 5K, drew a crowd of families and children. Monster Mash Halloween Bash, held at the … more
“Tales from the North” is the title for Arapahoe Philharmonic’s concert at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 6 at Mission Hills Church, 620 SouthPark Drive, Littleton. Music by Grieg, Tchaikovsky and Sibelius will be featured, with Nico Olarte-Hayes, winner … more
Nobody really likes election season, right? The idea behind it is one thing: Nobility and inspiration in the notion of citizens having a voice in their government and, if necessary, changing it peacefully. But the multi-year trial that … more
Mars is even more interesting when a real-life astronaut is talking about it. An audience of about 340 people gathered at James H. LaRue Library on Oct. 19 to see Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon. The evening started with videos … more
It was easier to name who wasn't at the RH, The Gallery at Cherry Creek (Restoration Hardware's super store) opening soiree on Oct. 14 in the Cherry Creek shopping center then to attempt to call … more
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