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A crowd filled the Colorado Gallery of the Arts on May 26 as the ACC(h)ord(e) Ensemble played pleasing background music for the opening of the annual Community Education Student and Instructor Art Exhibition, which will run until June 27 at Arapahoe … more
Among the 20 booths at the Highlands Ranch farmers’ market bursting with colorful dyed clothes, bunches of asparagus and boxes of candied nuts, one stands out for its simplicity. Only three products adorn the table: two kinds of chocolate bars … more
The first 10 days of May were difficult: Each day seemed more increasingly arduous for her. Then came that quiet morning when she passed. After a long life, aging and declining health took control, and I surrendered my closest outdoors … more
A summer full of events in downtown Littleton kicks off June 11 with the 10th annual Main Street Block Party. “It’s the first one, and we really make a boom out of it,” said Greg ­Reinke, president of the Historic Downtown Littleton … more
The recently formed High Line Canal Conservancy, dedicated to preserving 71 miles of High Line Canal Trail and connecting communities, parks and users along the way, is ready to begin planning for the corridor with as much community input as … more
About me I’m from northern California. I grew up in Sacramento. I’ve lived in the Denver area for about 18 years. I own The Vintage Vine furniture boutique on South Rapp Street. We’ve been open here about a year and a half. This is my … more
On June 25, members of the Ancient and Honorable Order of E Clampus Vitus will travel from throughout the state to pay tribute to a legend of Colorado who is buried in Littleton Cemetery. Colorado's chapter of E Clampus Vitus, a fraternal … more
The Creekside Experience, a six-acre park featuring nature-experience elements, was unveiled by Littleton and South Suburban Parks and Recreation District officials on May 21. Located along the Mary Carter Greenway Trail between Oxford and … more
Mike West has been playing the bagpipes for more than six years, but still considers himself an amateur. “As fire department bagpipers go, I'm OK,” West said. “As bagpipers go, I'm definitely a novice.” West seasons the reed in his … more
Colorado author Mark Lee Gardner is said to be the first biographer to tell the Rough Riders' story from Teddy Roosevelt's point of view. The author spoke to a sizable crowd at the Tattered Cover Aspen Grove on May 10 about his new book, “Rough … more
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