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A crowd filled the Colorado Gallery of the Arts on May 26 as the ACC(h)ord(e) Ensemble played pleasing background music for the opening of the annual Community Education Student and Instructor Art Exhibition, which will run until June 27 at Arapahoe … more
The Memorial Day holiday may be the unofficial start to summer, but a stampede helps to draw the big crowds. The 52nd annual Elizabeth Stampede and Rodeo struck on June 2 with a Tracy Lawrence concert at Casey Jones Park. Charlie Burd, who has … more
Among the 20 booths at the Highlands Ranch farmers’ market bursting with colorful dyed clothes, bunches of asparagus and boxes of candied nuts, one stands out for its simplicity. Only three products adorn the table: two kinds of chocolate bars … more
The first 10 days of May were difficult: Each day seemed more increasingly arduous for her. Then came that quiet morning when she passed. After a long life, aging and declining health took control, and I surrendered my closest outdoors … more
The sun shone brightly and the air was warm as senior citizens walked a loop around O'Brien Park on May 25 as part of the sixth annual Senior Stroll, featuring exercise, breakfast, a raffle and fellowship. “It's just a neat event,” said Lynn … more
Mike West has been playing the bagpipes for more than six years, but still considers himself an amateur. “As fire department bagpipers go, I'm OK,” West said. “As bagpipers go, I'm definitely a novice.” West seasons the reed in his … more
Andy Hough may have the most beautiful laboratory in Colorado. Hough, the environmental resources coordinator for Douglas County's Division of Open Space and Natural Resources, grew his first garden at 10 years old. Now he oversees the Hidden … more
Colorado author Mark Lee Gardner is said to be the first biographer to tell the Rough Riders' story from Teddy Roosevelt's point of view. The author spoke to a sizable crowd at the Tattered Cover Aspen Grove on May 10 about his new book, “Rough … more
Artist members of the Colorado Watercolor Society and the Western Federation of Watercolor Societies (12 states) will fill the Arvada Center’s spacious upper and lower galleries with color this summer with more than 200 paintings, selected by … more
A little before 7 p.m. on a Saturday, comedian Bob Meddles takes the stage. A small church in Littleton seems like an odd place to see stand-up comedy, but Meddles, billed as The Comic Next Door, isn’t out of place in front of a few dozen … more
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