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A grassroots group is hoping to convince Adams County officials to approve a request to relocate the last surviving prairie dog from an exterminated colony in Parker. Longtime Parker resident Nancy Steel created a petition on Change.org asking … more
The Lone Tree Golf Club & Hotel will host its second in a series of Tantalizing Tastes 6-8 p.m. Feb. 11. Tantalizing Tastes, a wine edition, will feature five wines from Lone Tree Grill’s new wine list, created by Southern Wine & Spirits, and … more
Far from being a “poor little sheep who has lost its way” per the famous “Whiffenpoof Song,” Yale senior and 2010 ThunderRidge High School graduate Nathaniel Dolquist knows very well where he'll be going this year: across the US through the … more
As soon as one is seated in Town Hall Arts Center's cozy theater, one can count seven doors behind a 1960s apartment's living room furnishings. That's an immediate clue to tonight's play, the classic farce “Boeing Boeing” by Marc Camoletti, as … more
They float, they soar, some stand on the ground — poised to move… They are created in bright colors with steel and lighter materials. Barbara Baer of Denver has provided a lively note to many public spaces — indoors and out: civic buildings, … more
The Metropolitan Opera live broadcast of Dvorak's “Rusalka” on Feb. 8 will feature Renee Fleming singing what has become a signature role for her. The story of a water sprite's tragic romance with a human prince is based on several folktales, … more
Historic Littleton Inc. tries to have its annual meeting in one of Littleton's historic buildings each year so that members can become better acquainted with the various parts and pieces that make up the city's history. Located at a highly … more
“Painting is about having the courage to take risks toward an outcome that is unknown,” says artist Ralph Nagel. Nagel, who began painting in 1991 while he was still a businessman — founder and owner of the Meridian Retirement Communities … more
She was about 1 ½ years old and very pregnant, and not feeling so well, this day. But the cow show must go on, her big moment, a championship cow class at the National Western Stock Show Jan. 20. Even so, Lacy, a white-colored shorthorn, showed … more
“Great Stories in Music: the Fantastic Story of Peer Gynt” is the title for the next Littleton Symphony concert on Feb. 7 at Littleton United Methodist Church. Incorporated in this performance is another great story: 18-year-old piano prodigy … more
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