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On a sunny August morning, Kathy Letson sits inside her Centennial bakery and talks about how she started her business, her voice drowned out by the doorbell’s ringing as a steady stream of customers comes and goes. Since she opened Gluten … more
While the audience continues to find seats at Lakewood's The Edge Theater, four actors begin a slow game of pool in the Manhattan bar that takes up the entire stage space. They move slowly, carefully and gracefully around the table, which almost … more
When traveling, one of the easiest ways to bring a piece of home along is music. You can be in the most unfamiliar of places, surrounded by sounds, sights and smells that are all completely new, and still find familiar ground when your favorite … more
Bob Carbone has owned four German shepherds, but he says something was different about Ziggy-Bob — he was gentler than the others from the beginning. “My wife said it would be a shame not to share him,” said Carbone, who lives in Elbert … more
Being such a ‘public figure,’ I’m curious if you can tell me and my readers something we might not know about Bill Christopher? Oh gosh, that’s an interesting question. I don’t know how many people would know this, but my love of … more
Mark Usery started officiating high school football games in 1979 to earn extra spending money when he was a student at Colorado State University. At that time, there were plenty of teachers, educators and young adults blowing whistles and … more
The sounds of music filled Parfet Park as dusk fell in Golden on Aug. 21. The weather provided a perfect temperature — not too hot and not chilly — for a free concert by the Jefferson Symphony Orchestra. more
You already called your seat. Driver’s side, second row, right by the finest view of the road. It’s the best place for wind in your hair, sun on your face and the vacation of your life: This year, you’re going on a ride, and with … more
Join me as I sit down each week for a cup of Joe with somebody who helps shape Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster. This week, I met with Adams 12 Superintendent of Schools Chris Gdowski, who went from growing up in Adams County and attending school in the district to being its top administrator for the last seven years. Gdowski took a moment during the hectic week before school started back up to discuss his commitment to the district, him family and his own personal health. more
About 40,000 people in the world are licensed to compete in drag racing, and for many of them, racing is a family tradition. The modern sport was established in 1951 and was designed for adult drivers. But the National Hot Rod Association looked … more
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