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Sometimes it’s easier for a doula to describe what she isn’t than to define what she is. “I’m your support person, I’m not a doctor. I’m not your husband,” Denise Grovo, a doula in training, tells her first client, Centennial … more
Families can visit that galaxy “far, far away,” 16th-century Venice, the Japanese fashion scene, and/or the Southwestern Indian country in a half day at the Denver Art Museum. “Star Wars and the Power of Costume,” on the second floor of the … more
The Depot Art Gallery at 2069 W. Powers Ave. in Littleton is enjoying its annual visit from the Holiday Express, bearing gifts for all. “Not to be found in big box stores or at Amazon,” says publicist/artist Peggy Dietz. Original artwork, … more
A lot of ingredients are required to distill good, quality spirits. But one requirement is at the root of them all — passion. “I went to Kentucky and Tennessee to learn from the distillers there,” said Mitch Abate, distiller at Downslope … more
Whether it’s a slice of juicy white meat or a slab of greasy dark meat, the staple of a Thanksgiving meal is the turkey. How a turkey is prepped and cooked differs from household to household. Some swear by an old family recipe. Some look to … more
For Vietnam veteran Abe Alonzo, the March 24 ceremony honoring him and 53 others for their service in an unpopular and devastating war was long overdue. “We weren’t accepted or received after our tour in Vietnam,” said the 68-year-old … more
Quiz nights at Grist Brewing Co. in Highlands Ranch are high energy. The combination of a running club, a food truck and an average of eight to 10 teams racking their brains for the correct answers to trivia questions makes Wednesday nights at Grist … more
Wandering around the maze of more than 75,000 books in a 2,500-square-foot bookstore on South Broadway, the section titles are diverse: End-time thrillers, books for mom, on the supernatural and Christian living, to name a few. Nonfiction sits … more
With 2016 just days away from ending, people are thinking about all kinds of activities — both fun and necessary. Go to a party, throw one, or just stay off the roads altogether? And if one does decide to go out, what are the best ways to get … more
Diane Bukatman, who founded For the Love of Food cooking school in Golden, learned to make sushi in 2004 while working at a Washington, D.C., restaurant. One co-worker was a Japanese sushi chef for the restaurant, she said. Fascinated by the art, … more
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