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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
Gavin Powell, 7, heard on the radio about kids in need at the Ronald McDonald House and wanted to do something about it. A homeschooled student in Castle Rock, Gavin saved up his allowance and used it to purchase brand-new stuffed animals for the … more
Colorado Homes magazine has captured the Christmas season with a feature story about an original Christmas tree art installation at the iconic Sleeper House in Genesee. The magazine article says, … more
The American Museum of Western Art, 1727 Tremont Place, Denver, houses the fine Anschutz collection in the historic, beautifully restored building once known as the Navarre (across from the Brown Palace). It offers guided and self-guided tours on … more
The sound of the tinkling bell drifts across the parking lot, growing louder the closer you get to the King Soopers entrance. There it is, a red bell so tiny it nestles neatly into Nathan … more
About me I grew up in the small town of St. Clairsville, Ohio, a wonderful place that I still consider my true home to this day. My childhood there was spent doing what a lot of children of the sixties did — playing kick the can, ice skating on … more
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