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On Aug. 4, the first day of ticket sales for the Lone Tree Art Center's 2014-15 season, it sold two times more tickets than on any previous day. In that first week, ticket purchases totaled $78,000. “That was 50 percent more than we did the … more
A bittersweet summer send-off will infuse Parker with the intoxicating scent of barbecue. The people of Douglas County aren't the only ones waiting with simmering anticipation for the Smokin' Brew BBQ in downtown Parker Aug. 29-31. Certified … more
Navy Seals are usually pretty good about keeping secrets, but when it comes to how they feel about Centennial aviation entrepreneur Josh Stewart, they blew it. And they blew it big time with a gala event Aug. 14 at Centennial Airport, complete … more
An afternoon of high fashion and low prices will help to fund charitable work by the Douglas/Elbert Task Force. The 11th annual Sassy Soiree fundraiser will be held Sept. 12 at the Douglas County Events Center, 500 Fairgrounds Drive in Castle … more
Denver broadcast personality Susie Wargin and her brother Ted have participated for years in the state's numerous cycling events. “We did so many rides we thought, `Let's put on a ride. How hard can it be?' ” Susie Wargin said. “It's a … more
My dad, a life-long resident of the state until his death last year, insisted that there are wolverines in Colorado. Not only that, but he claimed he had spotted the beast twice in the last few … more
Every storyteller knows about the rule of three. Beginning, middle, and end. Tension, build up, and release. Omne trium perfectum (Latin for ‘every set of three is complete’). I have early … more
Evergreen couple Kristen Moeller and David Cottrell and their two dogs were already living in a 1,200-square-foot tight space when their home burned to the ground, a casualty of the Lower North Fork Fire. more
The Depot Art Gallery advertised its annual All Colorado Show to Colorado artists through CAfé (Call for Entries) this year and had an enthusiastic response: There were 348 entries, of which the show could only accept 70, so juror Joanne Burney had … more
Drummer/ bandleader Paa Kow (pah ko) was born in Ghana into a family where his mother and uncle were professional musicians. They would haul a generator to the next village, which like his, had no electricity, and play a concert. When he was 7 years … more
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