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Olympic gold medalist Missy Franklin calls herself an old soul: To her, the simple things matter most. A cup of hot tea after a long day. A good book. A dinner and a movie on her own. “I’m very much a homebody,” the 20-year-old … more
Like many 21-year-olds, Hanna Atkinson has a busy schedule. The Littleton resident works part-time at Olive Garden, volunteers at her church and skis every weekend. Hanna, who has Down syndrome, has competed in skiing in the Special Olympics … more
Photographer Joseph Roybal will present: “Passion Behind the Lens: The Power of Envisioning Your Workflow from Beginning to End,” focusing on his landscape photography, for the meeting of the Englewood Camera Club at 7 p.m. March 8 at Lutheran … more
Justin Swartz, co-owner of the Gigi’s Cupcakes franchise at Aspen Grove shopping center in Littleton and another in Denver, never envisioned owning a cupcake shop. But business is so good, he’s considering opening another location in Colorado … more
Jim was the reason I had come to this house in a quiet Douglas County neighborhood. But his wife, Ellie, not officially my patient, also sparked my concern that day. Her husband’s dementia made getting out of the house difficult for the pair, … more
The long-running Heritage Fine Arts Guild of Arapahoe County, organized in 1974, offers Saturday workshops for artists who may have an interest in exploring a new technique or sharing a professional painter's vision and color sense. Late winter … more
The Athena Project Arts Festival (March 4 to April 10) includes a great many moving parts, all of them focused on celebrating women artists (and girls). Consider exploring some new art in the Denver area. First, there is the winner of last year's … more
Outnumbered Gallery, downtown Littleton's large, airy, always-changing art gallery on Prince Street, offers an antidote for the late winter blahs: “Admit One — Curious Culture Dog and Pony Show” from March 12 through April 9. Denver artists … more
Funnyman/director Bob Wells gives us some background in his director's notes: “Playwrights George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart wrote “The Man Who Came to Dinner” as a vehicle for their friend Alexander Wolcott, a well-known critic and radio gossip … more
“Eye of the Camera” juror Gary Huibregtse spoke briefly to the opening crowd on Feb. 18 about the process of judging a show. “It can depend on what the juror had for breakfast, placement of the photograph, photographic language …” He looks … more
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