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If it seems to you that 5K races are a dime a dozen, you would be right. According to research at Running USA, a not-for-profit organization that studies road races, the most popular race among long-distance events in 2015 was the 5K, with a … more
Setting up shop I moved to Colorado from Roanoke, Virginia, for a job at US West. That’s where I met my husband, Gabe, and now we live in Deer Creek Farms. We’ve been running the Mainstreet General Store for about the last six years. I got … more
The Gold Award is the highest achievement in Girl Scouting — only 5 percent of eligible Girl Scouts obtain the award. The award, which began in 1916, has been given to nearly 1 million girls, according to the Girl Scout website. The average age … more
The project began with letters to friends and former students, inviting collaboration between painter Craig Marshall Smith and friends and former students — to be followed by an exhibit at the Museum Outdoor Arts (known as the MOA) in Englewood … more
From now until April 30, visitors to the PACE Center can get a glimpse at the art world’s future. Paintings, photographs, jewelry and other works from Chaparral, Legend and Douglas County High School students are on display in the “Bright … more
Arrive an hour early for the Parker Symphony Orchestra’s May 5 concert, “Notes From Nature — A Journey of Sights and Sounds,” and enjoy the opening reception (6-7:30 p.m.) of an art exhibit by Plein Air Painters of America, PAPA, called … more
If there’s a better part of summer than music under the stars, I don’t know what it is. Colorado has no shortage of picturesque locations for summer concerts, and while everyone is well aware of places like Red Rocks, many more intimidate venues exist that provide a lovely setting for some classic acts. more
Every aspect of “Divisions” is a beautiful juxtaposition. Playing on current social and political tensions without exploiting or appropriating them, the musical dance performance harnesses live hip-hop music and modern ballet to convey a … more
Building a life in Colorado My wife Charity and I, and our three boys, Tyler, Dillon and Evan, moved to Parker in December of 2005. We moved from southern California, and the day after we unloaded the moving truck the high temperature for the day … more
On April 21, thousands of little, red bugs crawled across the hands of Merryhill Preschool children while they released them into the world in honor of Earth Day. “One of them almost went up my nose,” said Paislee Braithwaite, 5, while … more
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