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What is Colorado cuisine? Parker resident, cookbook author and TasteBook.com columnist Jenny Hartin said after spending 15 years in New York, two in Phoenix and the last two in Colorado, the truth is “all cuisines are a melting pot of what we … more
Over the past four years, more and more people have poured into the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo — so many that it has become Colorado's fastest-growing county fair, local officials say. The four-day event running from Aug. 6-9 at the Douglas … more
The great American family road trip seems, in the 32 years since we first met the Griswolds, as antiquated a concept as ever. Middle-class families fly now — device-enabled, efficiency-obsessed and always aware of the outside world. Families … more
New Belgium Brewing is about to let the creative juices flow through a new 10-barrel pilot brewery at The Source Hotel in Denver's River North District, which is slated to start construction later … more
Excited chatter fueled by stimulated young minds reverberates in a garage-like room. Natural light floods in from the east, but everything is already well-illuminated by the glow of computer screens. Fingers type away and bright eyes dart to and … more
About me I met my husband in northern Nigeria 10 years ago while I was on a mission trip. I married him there and lived with him until he immigrated to the U.S. in 2007. We settled in Parker in 2009. We came to Parker to raise our family, and … more
Local trumpet player, teacher and author Jason Klobnak is on the music faculty at Arapahoe Community College as a brass instructor. The clinician and educator also leads the Jason Klobnak Quintet, which has just recorded a new CD called “New … more
Lights go up on the Emcee as the orchestra swings into “Willkommen” and the audience is transported to Berlin and the seedy 1930 Kit Kat Klub. But, in this production of the Tony Award winning “Cabaret,” there are two Emcees who perform … more
“I think we may have to buy it” Larry Perkins said happily. He had stood in the doorway of the Highlands Ranch Library watching children respond to “Molly, Dieter and Susie,” a bronze sculpture of three pudgy basset hounds that is placed … more
A large crowd of artists and friends gathered in Arapahoe Community College's Colorado Gallery of the Arts on July 17 to celebrate art that was chosen for the 2015 Annual Juried Kaleidoscope Exhibition. Gallery curator Trish Sangelo said there … more
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