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Bobby LeFebre, state poet laureate, to speak at ACC

Colorado's Poet Laureate will speak at Arapahoe Community College on March 4, and he hopes he's not the only one. “My work lends itself to conversation,” said Bobby LeFebre, who was named the … more

Amateurs welcome in new community choir

Not everyone thinks they're cut out to sing in a choir, but anyone who has sung in the shower or the car is qualified for Voices Rock. The no-audition-necessary, fun-focused choir that has made … more

Meeting the royalty of the air

The royalty of the air made a visit to South Platte Park on Feb. 22, as Nature's Educators introduced birds of prey to an eager audience. The Sedalia-based nonprofit showed off some of the birds … more

My Name Is ... Kristen Celusniak

Never stopped singing I've been singing since I was a little girl. I started in church and never really stopped. I have a bachelor's in vocal performance and a master's from the New England … more

Bennet: Take politics out of health care

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet isn't running for president, but that doesn't mean he's done taking on President Trump. Bennet, who dropped out of the Democratic presidential primary in early February after … more

Former Arapahoe High teacher sentenced to five years in jail

Former Arapahoe High School teacher Ian Ahern was sentenced to five years in jail after pleading guilty to two counts of sexual exploitation of a child. Ahern, 42, pleaded guilty on Jan. 24, nearly a … more

Animal art brings sense of life to gallery

The Littleton Fine Arts Guild postponed its opening reception for the “Animals, Tame and Wild” exhibit due to snow. The reception will now be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 21 at the … more

Robert Rauschenberg show is coup for local arts scene

Works by major American artist Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008) will be exhibited at the Museum of Outdoor Arts’ Indoor Gallery, in Englewood, from Feb. 24 to June 13 — the largest exhibit of the … more

Suspected burglars crash car through Boardroom restaurant in Littleton

Authorities are looking for two suspects after thieves drove a stolen minivan through the entrance of the Boardroom restaurant at Broadway and Dry Creek Road on Feb. 17. An employee arriving a little … more

Aspen Grove left with photos after studio's sudden closure

Hundreds of family portraits are piled in the Aspen Grove shopping center's management office awaiting their owners, after the Portrait Innovations photo studio closed suddenly after Christmas. The … more

Littleton Public Schools explores boundary changes

Some Littleton Public Schools students could wind up switching schools in coming years as the district works toward a reshuffling of its school boundaries. The district's Long-Range Planning … more

It takes an orchestra to tango

The old world met the new at the Littleton Symphony Orchestra's Valentine's Day concert, as cellist Ethan Lazarus performed the first-ever arrangement of Astor Piazzolla's “Amor Tango Suite” for … more

'High hopes' Block Party will return this year, organizer says

The Littleton Block Party may return in 2020, thanks in part to reduced special event fees from South Metro Fire Rescue. Organizer Greg Reinke canceled the annual June bash in 2019, blaming increased … more

‘Animals, Tame and Wild’ inhabit art gallery

Through March 1, a Littleton Fine Arts Guild members’ exhibit — “Animals, Tame and Wild” — will feature visions of the animal world, those near and dear and those who inhabit far places. … more

Coming together for mystical tunes

Ethereal tunes filled St. James Presbyterian Church in Littleton on Feb. 7 and 8, as dulcimer players from around the country came together for the 14th annual Colorado Dulcimer Festival. Stephen … more

My Name Is... Hanna Atkinson

Joy's her middle name My full name is Hanna Joy Atkinson, and I really like that Joy part, because I'm a joyful person. I love to speak. I did reporting for Channel 7, for a project called More Alike … more

Urban renewal, once a hot topic, dies quietly

Littleton City Council voted to repeal the city's final urban renewal district on Feb. 4, bringing a quiet end to an issue that once shook Littleton politics. Though hearings on urban renewal once … more

Council temporarily halts downtown development

Amid a building boom that has seen dozens of king-size housing developments rise in Littleton's downtown neighborhood, city council said it's time to take a break. Council voted unanimously at its … more

Many things go into sculptures at exhibition

“Opening Outward: Sculpture by Jeff Globe Wise” opened Jan. 24 at the Littleton Museum, 6028 S. Gallup St., Littleton and will continue through March 1 during museum hours. It features wood, … more

Annual Denver metro count highlights hurdles in climbing out of homelessness

Going to college but still living on the South Platte River. Surviving on the streets for years after a divorce. Two brothers, nearly 60 years old, still searching for foliage to stay outdoors … more
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