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The burly Vietnam veteran walked up to Jack Frank, 90, a World War II vet facing the frightening quandary of living longer than he can support himself. “You the vet I just donated to?” he asked, sticking out his hand. “I’m Bud.” “I … more
There’s never enough space in your closet. So maybe it’s time to purge, to donate things that don’t fit anymore. That’d make a lot of room, although there’s one suit you’ll never be able to throw out. You’ve had it so long you … more
Parents, along with their young children, become discerning connoisseurs of playgrounds.  A skilled kid wrangler can sum up a new playground in one quick sweep of the eyes — wood chips means no sand in the shoes, bathrooms a good hike across a … more
Library patrons got their read on this summer with the Jefferson County Public Library’s Summer Reading Challenge. The reading challenge took place May 29-Aug. 14. In comparison to last year, average participation grew 6 percent in 2015. … more
Before a cup of coffee is in hand, the smell of fresh Belgium waffles wafts through the air, taking you away from the bustling world outside the door. Stepping inside of Impulse Café in Northglenn is like taking a much-needed deep … more
My former Denver Post colleague Mike McPhee has immortalized Dana Crawford, one of Denver's true visionaries, in his just-released book "Dana Crawford - 50 Years Saving the Soul of a City." Crawford … more
I’ve been a vendor here for eight years, I couldn’t ask for a better view. I found this park after running concession stands in Broomfield for five years; the more I sold at the concession stands the more money the owners wanted from me, so … more
Country music blared through speakers as a small boat glided over the water to the middle of Standley Lake — the sun was strong, the water was a comfortable temperature, and Army veteran and double above-knee amputee Travis Strong of Golden was … more
It’s all about the experience — the spontaneity, the transfer of energy, the cohesive feeling. “Music is, and always will be, a viable art form,” said Alexei Hammerle, a concert promoter and booker with local company Swinging Noose … more
Many years ago, Denver business owners invented the Festival of Mountain and Plain, with a focus on local history, to lure folks to the downtown area. It has been revived for today's outdoor-loving, food- and entertainment-loving Coloradans as the … more
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