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Tell us a bit about you and how you got to Thornton. I came from Washington state, just south of Seattle. My wife and I relocated to Thornton, and we’ve been here for about 18 months now. We live in town, and we love it. We’re extremely happy … more
Crows, ravens, magpies, jays and the Clark’s nutcracker are familiar among the 120 species worldwide in the corvid family. Though often associated with Halloween, there are many more facets to these commonly found species. “Curious Corvids” … more
Washington Irving’s classic story “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” has been a Halloween favorite since it was first published in 1820. The story has been told in a variety of mediums during the nearly two centuries since it first scared … more
The moment Bob Reid walks in the door of Pete’s Cafe, the waitress punches in an order of French toast and grabs the coffee pot. “As soon as I sit down, the coffee is poured,” said Reid, who comes in every day, usually around 10:30 a.m., … more
Tell me about your background I grew up in Arvada and attended Pomona High School. I went to Augustana College in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. My degree was in business communications – it was the closest they had to marketing. When I was in … more
Breast cancer, a disease generally associated with women, also impacts the lives of many men: Raymond Mencini, a breast radiologist at St. Anthony Hospital, diagnosed his wife with breast cancer seven years ago. Denver resident John Dye’s … more
Sculptor Madeline Weiner’s new marble “Flower Girl” now resides in the Sensory Garden at Denver Botanic Gardens, 1007 York St. in Denver. It was dedicated on Oct. 1 by Denver Arts and Venues, Denver Botanic Garden and Weiner. “Flower Girl” … more
The healing power of art has been recognized for centuries — visual arts to look at (and to create) and musical arts as well. The Castle Rock Hospital Foundation sponsors a program, Healing Arts, which integrates art into healing at the Castle … more
Whether it's in her light, sunny home studio or on a village street in Germany, Littleton artist rita dejue, now an active octogenarian, sees color and composition — and sketches scenes and details in her notebook, with color notes and other … more
“Plumber: The Story of Microhistory,” “Royal Genealogy and Territory of an Ancient Mixtec Kingdom in Oaxaca, Mexico” and “Denver's Brick Sewers,” by Littleton historical consultant and Historic Littleton Inc. president Gail … more
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