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Christian congregations around the world are amid Holy Week observances leading up to Easter, which is March 27 this year. “Holy Week and Easter are cornerstones of our Christian faith. The events of Holy Week define who we are and why we … more
There is more to a good poetry recitation than knowing the words. It's about conveying the writers' emotions and seeing the world through his or her eyes. Luckily, that's Long View High School student Brittney Hall's favorite part. "You … more
It's no secret what stops us from finding time for fitness: More often than not, it's family and work. But with some clever scheduling and keen foresight and preparation, you might find there's a little more time in your day than you once … more
Pat Mesec I have been to five League of Women Voters book club meetings so far. I had been in a book club many years ago and simply enjoyed discussing with other people the books I read. Lynne’s idea of a book club where we read and discuss … more
The secret’s out. Earlier this month, U.S. News called Denver the best place to live in all of America. Colorado Springs came in fifth. While myriad attributes factored into the rankings — including job market, cost of living, schools and … more
What’s done is done. You can’t go back and erase the past, as much as you might try. You can alter its affects, make excuses for it, or pretend it never happened, but what’s done is done. And as you’ll see in the new book “When Hitler … more
Dramatic storytelling in a new exhibit at the Denver Art Museum includes exquisite craftsmanship, huge murals created from Japanese woodcuts, fierce-looking armored warriors, war regalia and a sense of pageantry. “At first, it sounds like wild … more
Kanye West is easily one of the most polarizing figures in music and ranks up there on the list of most discussed popular music stars ever — with interesting ideas and points on all sides of the debate that includes vile, hateful talk as … more
Last summer, we received news about the Black Cube, a nomadic museum that would hold pop-up exhibits at various locations, beginning in September with the Trading Post at Red Rocks. A new group of Artist Fellows has been announced for 2016 and … more
It helps — or not — to know that inspiration for Buntport's latest original production came from a non-linear, open-source tale called “Riding Sidesaddle” by musician Miriam Suzanne, published under the name Eric M. Suzanne. It's printed on … more
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