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The photo wrenched the world: A Syrian boy in a red T-shirt and blue shorts, black Velcro sneakers on his feet, his face half-buried in sand as waves ebbed and flowed around him. Dead. Drowned. Human debris washed ashore by a surging tide … more
Le Central, the “Affordable French” restaurant in the mural-bedecked building on the corner of Eighth and Lincoln, closed after 34 years in business on Sept. 13. Owner, who sent out an email announcement to his patrons about the imminent … more
In celebration of national Talk Like a Pirate Day, the city of Northglenn is throwing a pirate festival. The two-day festival on Sept. 17 and 18 is brand new this year and is expected to be busting at the seams with costumes, pirate talk and … more
Everyone marks time his or her way: For football fans, it’s Sundays or Monday nights that are the defining days of their weeks. Movie-lovers long for Wednesdays and Fridays, when they can finally get their fix of the latest cinematic … more
Well-known Denverites will don costumes and do goofy things during the Celebrity Waiter 2015 dinner on Sept. 19 at Ocean Prime Restaurant, 1465 Larimer St. This annual fundraiser and silent … more
Good news At long last, the Westminster Irving Street Library will be open on Sundays beginning Sept. 13. I had been lobbying city council for a number of years to do this. It just makes sense! It’s just the right thing to do. Think of it, when … more
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. But what kind? When craving a frozen treat, there aren’t just flavors to consider: Does old-fashioned ice cream sound best? What about … more
Thornton Harvest Festival is Saturday, Sept. 12, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Community Park, 2141 E. 95th Ave. On-street parking will be available on York Street and Thornton Parkway where the lanes closest to the festival will be blocked off for … more
Families gathered around tables eating chips and salsa while nursing a cold beer. Two dogs lounged on the ground, still on a leash but not trying to go anywhere. And the chatter had a laid-back, happy buzz to it. On a Wednesday night at Beer By … more
More than four decades ago, in 1974, local artists approached Foothills Art Center with the idea of organizing a national watercolor show. The idea and name were eventually expanded to Watermedia, which includes other water-based paint … more
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