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Jan Wilusz is an occupational therapist and has four young children, twin 7-year-old boys and two girls, ages 6 and 3. “I can’t afford to work,” Wilusz said. “I want to work. I love my career, but it would cost me more to work and put the … more
Martial arts instructor Eddie Afyoni begins each class by reciting the same mantra with his students: “To be a good person — knowledge in your mind — honesty in your heart — and to be a good friend.” The beginning of his classes are … more
Spoke N Motion bills itself as “Colorado's only totally integrated dance company.” It includes dancers with and without disabilities. “UnVeil” will be a fundraiser performance at 7 p.m. May 14 and 1 p.m. May 15 at the wheelchair-accessible … more
Moving from metro to mountains The biggest change is suburbia, we lived in the city itself in Washington, D.C., so the biggest change is adapting to the suburbs, and the elevation. So far, I think we've adjusted. We had a choice with my job of … more
If Benjamin Franklin were alive today, he would tell Douglas County School District Superintendent Elizabeth Fagen that a pistol in the hand is worth a dozen assault rifles locked in the trunk of a … more
Students at Merryhill Preschool in Parker bugged out to help the environment on Earth Day, releasing approximately 9,000 ladybugs outside the school to celebrate the event on April 22. Thirteen staff members, 30 parents and 88 children participated … more
Healing with my hands I've been a massage therapist for about six years now. I got into it because I wanted to help people heal from injuries and get back to doing what they enjoy in life. I want to be the brighter side of someone's day, to make … more
“Symphony No. 2: An American Pastoral” by the Arapahoe Philharmonic’s composer in residence, Edgar Girtain, will be presented in a world premiere performance on May 13 at Mission Hills Church, 620 Southpark Drive, Littleton. The work has two … more
Wendy Hightower, 35 and eight months pregnant, sat on the grass near a small gray and bronze headstone adorned with trinkets of family life - a snow globe from Disney World, a ceramic Easter bunny, shiny pinwheels that spin in a breeze. As she had done almost every day for two years, Wendy talked to her daughter, Madison, an exuberant 2-year-old who had died suddenly from an E. coli infection. more
My husband, Jeff, and I first moved here from Silicon Valley in 2000. He loves pho and there were no pho restaurants in this county. So he left his corporate job and bought a place called Joong Thai Pan (where Portofino restaurant is now — behind … more
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