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Storytelling is the oldest form of communication. “Everyone wants to know how to tell a good story, because stories are what we remember,” said Kate Lutz, board member of Rocky Mountain Storytelling. “And a well-told story will leave a … more
The residents and staff at Highline Place Memory Care in Littleton gathered the afternoon of April 8 for a birthday party. But it wasn’t just any party. Olga Lorentz, who turns 90 on April 13, got a taste of her homeland at the party, as the … more
Electric bicycles — or eBikes — can provide transportation or outdoor recreation alternatives, but a local nonprofit is also hoping they can provide jobs. GoodTurn Cycles, located at Aspen Grove shopping center in Littleton, is both an eBike … more
My background I’m a hospice veterinarian. I’m from Elk Grove Village, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. Living in the mountains had always been a goal, and after veterinary school I got a job in Boulder. About being a vet I always loved … more
Steve Austin has been measuring the precipitation levels in his backyard every morning since 2005 at his home in Northglenn. Outside of a few weekend trips, he hasn’t missed a day. “I’ve been doing it so long, it’s just part of what I … more
With spring seedlings now popping through the soil, Colorado gardeners everywhere anticipate the growing season of flowers, vegetables and herbs, all of which can be used for a variety of health benefits, experts say. Plants are rich in minerals … more
Parker Pals started meeting nearly 20 years ago to offer people with multiple sclerosis a chance to share their experiences and give each other support. Just don’t call them a “support group.” “A support group is led by a professional … more
Sports are not solely reliant on athletic ability. That’s what Sterling Joseph believes. Owner of Sterling’s Team Speed and a coach for more than 20 years, he trains his athletes in a different way. “Physically, we do the same thing as … more
A couple of years ago, skilled actors — and good friends — Haley Johnson and Rachel Bouchard “wanted to do a project together,” they said as we sat down before rehearsal time to chat. What? They thought of producing, writing a play together … more
“Divisions,” is a new production by Wonderbound contemporary ballet company and nationally known hip-hop band the Flobots — both involved in community activism through the arts. It will play in three metro Denver venues between April 14 and … more
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