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Role playing, also known as dramatic play, helps children develop creativity, confidence and language skills that are so important for learning to read. The theater doesn’t need to be fancy. The stage can be steps, under a table, or some … more
Nothing beats a warm bowl of soup on chilly winter days and nights. Northglenn retiree Pat Kunze’s go-to recipe is a wild rice soup. “Always had it in Minnesota on a snowy day when I was working,” she said. Several area restaurants … more
The cold temperatures that followed the sunset on Dec. 17 were the kind that cut through layers of clothing and made walking a short distance hard — let alone standing in a line for hours outside a movie theater. But “Star Wars” fans … more
For many families in America, a boy and his dog were the reason they let jazz into their homes. It was 1965 when the first Peanuts special, “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” aired on CBS, featuring a soundtrack by West Coast jazz pianist Vince … more
Flowers indoors in winter are so very welcome as gifts — but many come with minimal or no instructions for their subsequent care, leaving the recipient uncertain about what to do — and when. There is a wealth of information online from plant … more
It just happened to me. I never thought it would and, in truth, I hadn’t given it much thought at all, except for perhaps a few moments of fleeting admiration. But ahead of me in the drive-through lane, a woman paid for my order. As I pulled up, … more
By this time, most of us are saturated with Christmas doings. It has become so cheap and commercial that we look forward to its passing. But we who are the “aged” get to ponder who we are and how to give meaning to that awful feeling of … more
Colorado Homes magazine has captured the Christmas season with a feature story about an original Christmas tree art installation at the iconic Sleeper House in Genesee. The magazine article says, … more
The sound of the tinkling bell drifts across the parking lot, growing louder the closer you get to the King Soopers entrance. There it is, a red bell so tiny it nestles neatly into Nathan … more
In 2014, The Edge Theater in Lakewood invited playwrights to submit manuscripts of new works to a new play festival competition. One would be chosen for production in 2015. Rick Yaconis, Edge Theater executive director, told the audience on Dec. … more
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