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When Claire Reifert became pregnant with her first child, she knew she would follow in her mother’s footsteps with natural childbirth. And in April 2014, she gave birth to her son with the help of a midwife at a birthing center in … more
In the calm before the storm at Lodos in Westminster, the calm isn’t very relaxing. “We’re preparing for New Year’s, but there’s the college games on right now, too, which make it tricky,” General Manager Erik Gustafson … more
Boulder painter Don Coen’s appealing “The Hush of Evening Snow,” with an almost-polka-dotted cow and calf, is the featured work in this year’s Coors Western Art Show, and will be added to the National Western’s permanent collection. … more
“James Gillray was a product of his time,” said print collector Arthur Gilbert in an opening statement about a man called the “father of modern caricature.” Gilbert introduced 71 colored etchings, political cartoons by Gillray, who was born … more
Liam Michael, 19, grew up attending a Unitarian Universalist church with his family in Portage, Michigan. It was nothing like the dogmatic religions of Catholicism, Judaism or Islam that have more black-and-white interpretations of the world. There … more
I was an electrical engineer with AT&T at the 120th and Huron plant. I got my bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado in electrical engineering. I was interested in it because after being brought up on a farm in Connecticut, I was a … more
Longtime radio talk show host Mike Rosen announced recently that he is stepping down from his daily show on iHeartMedia's KOA NewsRadio 850 AM and 94.1 FM and will transition to a contributor … more
Chabad of NW Metro Denver hosted its fifth annual Chanukah menorah lighting in Olde Town Arvada on Dec. 9. “We will not tolerate religious persecution, and must stand with others who are being persecuted because of their beliefs,” said Benjy Brackman, with the Chabad. “We don’t just practice religious freedom. We stand for it.” Photos by Clarke Reader more
The issue you wrestle with is a thorny one. It’s been literally hanging over your head for days: Does mistletoe require you to kiss someone, or is nose-rubbing permissible? Will a firm handshake be sufficient, or does protocol demand something … more
There was a day a couple weeks ago that left a strange impression on me. It was a gray day, with a thick blanket of clouds covering the sky all day long, and, while it wasn’t cold, it also never felt warm. The snow from the Thanksgiving storm had … more
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