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One Monday morning, January 20, 2001, we watched out the front window of the Ute Pass Courier newspaper office in Woodland Park, Colo., as multiple emergency vehicles began filling up the newspaper … more
Sound of the Rockies, a men's a cappella chorus, will reprise its special “Pirates of the Colorado” concert to open the free Littleton United Methodist Church concert series at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 3. Chorus director Darin Drown will be joined by … more
On Oct. 4, writers from across the Front Range and farther afield will convene at the Douglas County Events Center in Castle Rock to take part in their choice of 28 workshops offered through the day. The sessions will look at writing from many … more
“Plein air painters paint outside, no matter the season, no matter the weather. Working against time, they capture the essence of a subject, its color, shape and texture and most of all, how the subject is illuminated,” writes George Rentz of … more
Where's the beef? In the very last place you'd look for it. On Sept. 23, 26 beefy guys were slicing, chopping and carving it up at South Suburban Ice Arena in Centennial, literally on the ice, in hopes that their mad knife skills would win them a … more
Wild horses couldn't drag me away from the Sept. 17 opening of Odysseo, the new multimedia horse, of course, extravaganza under the big top at the Pepsi Center parking lot. more
Sandi Patty, known as “The Voice” of Christian music, will perform at St. Andrew United Methodist Church, 9203 S. University Blvd., Highlands Ranch, at 7 p.m. Oct. 11. The program will include material from Patty's Everlasting Tour, and she will … more
Twenty years ago, a group of women writers decided they wanted a formal organization that allowed them to meet kindred spirits and hone their craft. Among them were Sandra Dallas, Jerrie Hurd, Margaret Coel, (the late) Sybil Downing and Corrine … more
This weekend I was asked to drop by a fundraising event at Jim Wider’s Southwinds Fine Art Studio at Roller Coaster Road near where Hodgen and Baptist road connect. Being historically inclined, … more
Well before he retired from a federal job, Littleton's Jose Raul Esquibel had established a second career as a santero (a creator of religious artwork) and historian — which he continues actively today. He considers himself an artist-educator, … more
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