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From newswriter to novelist: Littleton journalist publishes first book

Tabatha Deans Stewart is the former community editor for the Elbert County News, a sister publication of this newspaper. And now, the Littleton resident is a published novelist. Stewart’s first … more

Holiday events coming to Lone Tree area

The holiday season is here. Santa will be making stops across the city and a variety of other events are coming up to help people celebrate. Here’s a roundup of a few holiday activities happening … more

‘The glow of the holidays’: Denver’s Cherry Creek North features lights, local shopping

Vendors at this year’s Cherry Creek North Holiday Market are excited to have conversations with people and help shoppers find the perfect gift. “People like to support local businesses,” said … more

Holiday lights down on the farm

Once again, Denver Botanic Gardens' Chatfield Farms site is aglow with holiday color in a rustic setting with the return of Trail of Lights. Wandering paths take you under illuminated trees and … more

From news writer to novelist: Former Elbert County News writer publishes first book

Tabatha Deans Stewart, former lead writer for the Elbert County News, published her first book on Nov 5. “The Enchanted Scribe: Book One — The Gate and the Girl” was published with … more

Museum shares works of Americans in France

“Whistler to Cassatt: American Painters in France,” now open at the Denver Art Museum through March 13, includes more than 100 paintings created between 1855 and 1913 by American painters, some … more

Return of the ‘Elf’ on the Arvada Center’s shelf

So much of the holidays are about comfort and familiarity, which is one of the many reasons why people love hearing the same stories every year. But just because you might know the story doesn’t … more

Hometown Holidays 2021

Sneak-peek preview of Camp Christmas draws lots of happy campers

Lakewood Mayor, Adam Paul, joined Camp Christmas Creator, Lonnie Hanzon and Santa Claus to kick off the start of the holiday extravaganza in the first year at its new home, Heritage Belmar Park. … more

Tapping talent: How local artists help to define metro Denver's beer scene

Sitting in the studio of Noelle Phares, a 35-year-old artist based in Lakewood, a collection of seasonal beers from the Colfax microbrewery West Fax Brewing can be seen adorning her shelves.  … more

Sculpture of soaring swallows is winner

“`Together Again.' Whether to laugh with one another, empathize, or mourn, being together is integral to society and humanity. It strengthens our common bonds and lets us feel supported and part of … more

Happy music sets tone for holidays

The Colorado Jazz Repertory Orchestra has two dates in the metro area: On Nov. 26, the full CJRO will perform at Parker’s PACE Center, 20000 Pikes Peak Ave., at 4 p.m. and again at 7:30 p.m. … more

Denver Film Festival tells the story of a world in flux

There’s nothing like sitting in a movie theater. Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic shut everything down, the future of in-person viewing has suddenly became a more pressing concern. There’s no … more

Accessing Colorado - How different resources open the outdoors to people with disabilities

When looking to get outside and make memories with friends and family, disability should not be something that limits someone experiencing the outdoors. Check out examples of accessibility in … more

Check out the new Denver Museum of Nature & Science exhibit - at your own pace

Ask most people what it takes to survive and thrive in nature and speed will be among the top elements any creature should have. And that is largely correct. But as is often the case in the natural … more

Live stage shows go different directions

Area theaters are opening again and I happily attended two performances on the weekend of Nov. 6-7 — very different, but both engaging: “American Son” by Christopher Demos-Brown at Curious … more

Film on the Rocks is back

Film on the Rocks, the long-running series at Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre giving film buffs a reason to head for the foothills, is preparing to kick off its 22nd season. This year, a classic … more

Report details pandemic’s impact on metro-Denver arts

The nonprofit Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) has released a study detailing the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on art and cultural institutions and many of the findings paint a bleak … more

Donkeys get a kick out of pack burro racing

With a reputation of being stubborn, pack burro racers will tell you that donkeys are much more than hard (headed) asses.  The sport of pack burro racing originated in Colorado as a remnant of the … more

Littleton Museum is hopping for holidays

The Littleton Museum at 6028 S. Gallup St. will welcome adults and children now and through the holidays with exhibits inside and out on the farm: art, animals, “The Secret Life of Clothes” and … more
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