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David Knoll, 28, had never before worn scuba gear. But July 22, the Centennial resident suited up and went for a dive. Knoll was one of many Denver area residents taking part in the Go Dive Now Pool, which was set up in front of the Downtown … more
As time wears on, all sports evolve — and bowling has definitely changed. more
Metro-area residents will soon have another option for substance abuse and mental health services: Denver Springs Hospital, scheduled to open in unincorporated Arapahoe County in late July, will offer inpatient and outpatient treatment services to … more
Over the June 30 weekend, thousands of nerds, geeks, fanboys, fangirls and creators filled the halls of the Colorado Convention Center for Denver Comic Con. Visitors were able to peruse aisles of comics, drawings, memorabilia, and interactive … more
Denver’s theater scene is vibrant and diverse, but not many companies are harnessing creativity like Phamaly Theatre Company, which works entirely with people with disabilities to bring unique theatrical experiences to audiences. “For … more
A high-speed chase that began with a carjacking in Littleton ended with one suspect dead and another in critical condition in a south Denver industrial district in the early morning hours of June 30. more
The Colorado Theatre Guild’s annual Henry Awards, which honors outstanding achievements during the past season in theaters all over the state, has announced the nominees for the 12th annual awards. The Arvada Center, Buntport Theater, Denver … more
Plugging in wires to a circuit board, typing code, following detailed instructions and bragging about the soda their mom packed into their lunch is a typical afternoon for the 10- to 16-year-old campers in Rudy Klucik’s summer coding camp teaching … more
Matthew Schafer was once a soldier stationed in South Korea near the Demilitarized Zone. After three years in the Army, he came back to the United States in 2012, and moved to Littleton from Illinois last year. After a job search and getting … more
That optimistic little red-headed girl, Annie, part of our cultural fabric since Harold Gray’s popular comic strip started in the 1920s, will once more overcome the difficulties of life as an orphan in the Depression Era this summer — in Phamaly … more
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