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Forty-four college students sacrificed their bellies during the annual Belly Flop Splashdown on June 12 at Water World in Federal Heights. The risk of belly injury all came in the name of scholarship money offered by Water World and other … more
Legacies are important. Some legacies are larger than others, and Lakewood author Charlotte Havey has recently published her debut children’s book, which chronicles the legacy of a beloved figure in Colorado’s history — Shep the Turnpike … more
“All Different Now: Juneteenth, the First Day of Freedom” by Angela Johnson, illustrated by E.B. Lewis 2014, Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers $17.99 / $19.99 Canada 40 pages Tomorrow morning, when you wake up, everything will be … more
, the “godfather” of Denver theater, has announced his retirement as chief executive officer of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. Ritchie will continue to serve as chairman of the board of trustees following his retirement as … more
The 1960s were a time a tremendous upheaval in the culture of the country and that change was reflected not only in obvious ways, but in smaller and more subtle ways that show themselves in art. “The Graduate” taps into the undercurrents of … more
“Nature’s Nether Regions” by Menno Schilthuizen 2014, Viking $28.95 / $33.00 Canada 245 pages You just got bit. And bitten again. Every time you go outside, it’s like you’re a walking feast for a zillion biting, whining, … more
The evening before the Westminster Historic Art and Jazz Festival, people can experience a different kind of jazz music at DjangoFest on Friday, June 13, at The Stage at Mi Vida Strings in Westminster. The concert is featuring the Robin Nolan … more
As we all age, time robs us of those who were our mentors, role models, heroes, business leaders, community supporters and good friends. Myer “Mike” Schaffner was all of those roles and more to many people. To many of us who have lived in … more
Everyone’s perceptions of reality is different and fluid, and only bound to the perceptions that each individual brings along with them. The Arvada Center’s latest exhibition highlights the way different artists unbind themselves from reality … more
Note: (June 14 marks the 61st anniversary of the opening of The Cripple Creek District Museum on Fifth and Bennett avenues. The following is excerpted from an article by former Director Leland Feitz … more
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