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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 sat down with Northglenn City Councilman Kyle Mullica, part of the new generation of young leadership in the North Metro region. A husband and father of two, Mullica spoke of personal experiences that shaped who he is today, and how he approaches everything from city government to raising his own children and managing married life. more
As part of a continued learning program encouraging senior citizens to remain engaged, Covenant Village of Colorado in Westminster has put out a call for entries for a juried indoor art exhibition. “The Fine Art of Living: An Exhibition … more
The Arvada Center celebrated its 40th anniversary and transition to an independent nonprofit on Saturday, July 9, with a VIP mixer for longtime donor and patrons, and a concert with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. more
Art and exercise went hand-in-hand at the Art on Parade Breakfast July 3 at E.B. Rains Jr. Park. Hosted by the Northglenn Arts and Humanities Foundation, 42 seniors were given a free burrito breakfast and a personalized tour of the sculptures on … more
In a quiet, tree-lined neighborhood just off of 38th Avenue in Wheat Ridge, live two women, Phyllis and Jody, who have been organizing one to two garage sales annually for the past 40 years. A mix of neighbors and extended family provide the items. … more
Jay Pathak takes the crease for batting practice at Cornerstone Park. He taps the ground with his bat to gain his rhythm and stares down the pitch. Pathak leans forward, drops to one knee and smacks the bouncing ball away with an elegant … 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 sat down with Westminster’s Lisa Steven, the Hope House co-founder who has helped empower more than 600 metro area teen moms and their kids in the 13 years since launching the nonprofit in 2003. more
Until my dad’s last days, at age 88, he’d pick up a paint brush and paint. He was no Picasso or Monet, but he was never about final product. He said art connected him to nature in an intimate way. He learned to slow down and observe the world … more
We’re at the halfway mark of 2016, and it has already proven to be one of the most surprising years for music in recent memory. In the first six months we’ve heard long-awaited releases from Beyoncé, Kanye West, Rihanna and David Bowie, and been surprised by offerings from Radiohead and Kendrick Lamar. Musicians like The 1975, Ariana Grande and M83 all finally emerged from the studio with different takes on the pop landscape. more
Although I write every year to commemorate Eva Levine’s birthday on July 6, this year has even more significance for me, because our nation’s birthday — and the principles upon which it was founded — stand out in sharp relief against the … more
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