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Pinball festival includes tournaments, classes, more

Pinball wizards and gamers can play hundreds of pinball, retro and classic arcade video games at this weekend’s Ultimate Pinball and Gamer Festival. Play for fun or opt-in to compete for glory, … more

Summer Art Market is creativity overload

Through the year, Art Students League of Denver welcomes artists from across the metro area to learn — and to teach in many types, techniques and styles of visual arts — and to associate with … more

Two new Colorado titles for a reader’s bookshelf

South-area readers follow many interests related to Colorado through print — on paper and online. Some of us build a small — or sizable — collection over the years. Among the new titles are a … more

My Name Is ... Sandy Perkins of Centennial

Going south I grew up in southeast Denver. My husband and I were high-school sweethearts. We knew the area, so we moved to Littleton from Denver. We've been in the Backcountry (in Highlands Ranch) … more

Littleton tea room offers a European getaway

Natasha du Coco wants her new tea room in downtown Littleton to be a place where people can get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. A place where customers aren’t checking their email or … more

Two Golden restaurants to appear on new TV show

Michelle Ullmann, an actress and president/CEO of Bored Puppy Productions, has travelled all over the Denver-metro area seeking out unique, locally-owned eateries to feature on a new TV show. And she … more

Elephant Rock rides again

An event-filled weekend in Castle Rock ended with one of the town's most iconic summer events welcoming Coloradans to the cycling season. The 31st annual Elephant Rock Cycling Festival finished off … more

PrideFest expected to draw more than 350,000

More than 350,000 visitors are expected to attend Denver PrideFest, the annual celebration of LGBT pride, June 16-17 in Denver’s Civic Center, 101 W. 14th Ave. The free festival will feature live … more

Meet your favorite maker at Comic Con

It is easy to get swept up in all the glitz and celebrity when attending Denver Comic Con, but it’s the writers and artists who are responsible for creating the worlds we love to get lost in. One … more

Supreme Court rules on side of Lakewood baker

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Lakewood’s Masterpiece Cakeshop in a case that LGBTQ advocates and religious freedom advocates alike have been eyeing closely. Masterpiece owner Jack … more

SeaQuest Aquarium opens at Southwest Plaza

SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium opened at Southwest Plaza in south Jefferson County on June 2, showcasing more than 300 species, including stingrays, sharks, turtles, snakes, lizards and birds. The … more

Summer music fest returns for 13th year

Music lovers again will converge on Civic Green Park for the 13th annual Highlands Ranch Music and Arts Festival. The free, two-day family event features music groups performing jazz, swing, … more

My Name Is... Steven Moores

Striving for fairness In my day job I work as an attorney for the United States Environmental Protection Agency in downtown Denver. The day I graduated from law school, I wanted a career that allowed … more

Housing prices soar beyond income growth in Denver metro area

Housing prices in the Denver area are starting to stretch the limits of what the market can feasibly support, according to new research from CoreLogic, a California-based real estate analytics firm. … more

Judge clears way for trial in death of Kiowa teacher

In the months leading up to his December 2017 arrest, Dan Pesch, the man charged with murdering popular Kiowa High School teacher Randy Wilson in 2010, confessed to the crime many times — including … more

School, sun and kids: All out

These are the salad days: School's out, all of summer stretches ahead, and the weather couldn't be better. “This is why we live in Colorado,” said Scot Guilkey as he zoomed around a roller hockey … more

Mackintosh Academy snags environmental award

The 115 students at Littleton's Mackintosh Academy joined peers at only a handful of schools nationwide to become a 2018 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools honoree, in recognition of … more

Colorado Heights deal falls apart

After more than a year of meetings held by community members in southwest Denver, residents still don’t have a clear picture of what the future holds for the former Colorado Heights University … more

Heritage gets to 5A baseball final before losing to Mountain Vista

Heritage went into the final two days of the Class 5A state baseball tournament at Denver's All-City Stadium as the unbeaten team in the double-elimination tournament. Heritage coach Ty Munro called … more

Valor Christian wins third baseball title in a row

Keith Wahl was coaching down the first-base line on May 30 and Brian Bonn was in the third-base coaching box as Valor Christian won its third straight Class 4A state baseball championship with a 5-1 … more
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