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For Vietnam veteran Abe Alonzo, the March 24 ceremony honoring him and 53 others for their service in an unpopular and devastating war was long overdue. “We weren’t accepted or received after our tour in Vietnam,” said the 68-year-old … more
Head southwest on U.S. 285 into the beautiful San Luis Valley for an appealing weekend adventure that works well for families as well as adults, as thousands of sandhill cranes pass through on their northbound migration.. Birders with spotting … more
About me I moved to Colorado from St. Louis in September to open Sprezzatura Pizza. We’re a wood-fired pizza concept located outside of Rocker Spirits. I grew up outside of Philadelphia and went to high school in Richmond, Virginia. How long … more
Of all the traditions Vietnamese immigrants brought to the United States, pho is probably the one most people recognize, even if they can’t pronounce it. The beef-and-noodle dish, pronounced “fuh,” originated in Vietnam in the 1880s. The … more
A lot of life is spent waiting — waiting for people to arrive or depart, for things to happen, or for answers to be made clear. This spring at the Arvada Center, the three repertory shows all examine characters waiting — for a bus to make it … more
Painters Tracy Haines, Tracy Wall and Tracy Wilson will combine their artwork to present an exhibit called “Les Trois Tracys” at Town Hall Arts Center’s Stanton Gallery from March 28 to May 16. Meet the trio at an artists’ reception planned … more
Graphic designer Mark Holly has created Town Hall Arts Center’s instantly recognizable posters for a number of years. While they were created for individual productions, a definite style holds them together, so an opportunity to see more than 20 … more
A state regulator, a child psychiatrist, an anthropologist and a pastor walked into a brewery. City Forum is meant to bring experts with divergent viewpoints together for a discussion. It hosted an event on the effects of four years of legalized … more
Sometimes it’s easier for a doula to describe what she isn’t than to define what she is. “I’m your support person, I’m not a doctor. I’m not your husband,” Denise Grovo, a doula in training, tells her first client, Centennial … more
About me I moved to Colorado from Minnesota three years to go to the University of Denver. I recently graduated with my master’s degree in international studies, with a regional focus on Africa. Why Africa? I kind of had the Western … more
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