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Whether it’s a slice of juicy white meat or a slab of greasy dark meat, the staple of a Thanksgiving meal is the turkey. How a turkey is prepped and cooked differs from household to household. Some swear by an old family recipe. Some look to … more
A Castle Rock brewery has brought home its 69th medal in 15 years, this time earning a Gold Award at the 2016 Great American Beer Festival in Denver. Rockyard Brewing Co.’s Warning Sign won the festival’s German-Style Doppelbock/Eisbock … more
For 50 years, Arapahoe Community College students, with faculty guidance, have produced an impressive literary and art magazine, “The Progenitor,” which comes out in spring. The 2016 edition just won a third-place award in the Southwest Division … more
“Luscious Watercolors” will brighten Town Hall Arts Center's Stanton Gallery in Littleton as our days grow shorter. It will feature three painters, opening Nov. 8 and closing on Jan. 10. A Meet-the-Artists reception is planned for 5:30 to 7:30 … more
The Rotary Club of Parker recently honored senior Michael (Mikey) Thomas as its October Student of the Month from Ponderosa High School. Thomas has a 4.02 grade-point-average and is ranked 25th in his class of 321 students. Thomas is a member of … more
Lifelong love I've lived in Parker over 20 years and my husband and I opened the store, Parker Exotic Pets, almost five years ago. At home, we have three horses, two dogs and about five or six barn cats right now. I have been around animals my … more
When Amber Kuminka's husband lost his job, the family fell into what she describes as suburban poverty. "We were just barely getting by," the Parker resident said. But it was difficult to reach out for help in a community known for its high … more
A Parker venue known for plays and performers was home to a bit of political theater on Oct. 18, as the Parker Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual candidate forum at the PACE Center. The event was intended to provide a civil platform for … more
The air in the Good Shepherd Episcopal Church sanctuary crackled with the electric energy during the Oct. 18 performance by the African Children's Choir. The 18 brightly clad children jumped, danced and whirled constantly as they sang the songs … more
Elaine Mariner joined the staff at the PACE Center four years ago, a year after it opened, with goals of providing an outlet for local talent and becoming a landmark for national performers to visit. The challenge she and the staff faced then, … more
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