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“James Gillray was a product of his time,” said print collector Arthur Gilbert in an opening statement about a man called the “father of modern caricature.” Gilbert introduced 71 colored etchings, political cartoons by Gillray, who was born … more
Liam Michael, 19, grew up attending a Unitarian Universalist church with his family in Portage, Michigan. It was nothing like the dogmatic religions of Catholicism, Judaism or Islam that have more black-and-white interpretations of the world. There … more
Patrick Kaplan, 10, of Centennial, walked out of his house on a wintry, mid-December day to find a Labrador retriever in his yard. The dog, named Bindy, would help Patrick cope with his longtime illness called cyclic vomiting syndrome, or … more
Jamie LaRue has been honored as the Rotary Person of the Year for Castle Rock. The Rotary Club of Castle Rock and the Castle Rock High Noon Rotary Club made the presentation at the Dec. 15 Castle Rock Town Council meeting. LaRue was director of … more
Longtime radio talk show host Mike Rosen announced recently that he is stepping down from his daily show on iHeartMedia's KOA NewsRadio 850 AM and 94.1 FM and will transition to a contributor … more
Littleton Museum boasts a collection of about 60,000 objects related to Littleton’s history — used or worn by a particular person, used in a business or in the home, used by government or individuals. From that collection, the curator has … more
A team of “elves” from Douglas County made a trip to Sam's Club in Lone Tree, filling six shopping carts to capacity. Led by Douglas County Clerk and Recorder Merlin Klotz, the team “delivered a heaping truck full” of nonperishable food and … more
Haggis. Tripe. Rocky Mountain oysters. Menu items that turn one diner’s stomach present an opportunity for a more adventurous eater. It’s often fine-dining spots that serve the most exotic dishes — La Sandia in Lone Tree, for example, … more
More than a century ago, Frank M. Chapman, an early Audubon member, started the first Christmas Bird Count in 1900 as an alternative to the traditional Christmas “Side Hunt,” in which hunters competed to see who could kill the greatest number of … more
Flowers indoors in winter are so very welcome as gifts — but many come with minimal or no instructions for their subsequent care, leaving the recipient uncertain about what to do — and when. There is a wealth of information online from plant … more
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