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Rocky Mountain scenery has replaced the luscious fields of green and brown farmland of the “Emerald Isle,” but camaraderie around the traditional Irish fare of beer, food and celebrations exists here in abundance. “It’s beautiful, very … more
The Athena Project Arts Festival (March 4 to April 10) includes a great many moving parts, all of them focused on celebrating women artists (and girls). Consider exploring some new art in the Denver area. First, there is the winner of last year's … more
Kelly Billing from Maryland Aquatic Nurseries will fly into Denver on March 17 to speak to the Colorado Water Garden Society's first 2016 meeting at Denver Botanic Gardens. She is an expert on lotus plants and will talk about growing them in local … more
You have to be somewhere today. There’s no hurry or schedule to follow, but you must get there on time. You don’t have a map or itinerary and the destination might be a surprise but once you arrive, as happens in the new book “Where We … more
A few years back, Arvada High School students brought their production of “The Music Man” to Hackberry Hill Elementary and involved the younger students in the production. That’s when Grant Gonzalez, a student at Hackberry at the time, fell … more
Every year when our Colorado General Assembly is in session it produces a few positive outcomes and way too many disappointments, in my humble opinion. Way too often, it is partisan politics that holds the hammer over good, basic … more
Students involved in drama performance coursework or experience outscored non-arts students on the 2005 SAT by an average of 65 points in the verbal component and 34 points in the math component. Drama activities improve reading comprehension, … more
Let’s face it. Not every parent knows how to parent well, and some people seemingly know nothing at all about good parenting. Some parents are ill-equipped to be moms or dads — because they’re not ready to be parents, because they’ve had … more
A Smithsonian graphic novel series for middle grade kids starts with “The Wrong Wrights,” published Feb. 23. The premise is to set a group of smart kids in a visit to one of the Smithsonian museums. A mystery develops and the bright-eyed, young, … more
Lalitha Chittoor grew up in a very traditional family in India and wanted a book to teach her 4-year-old daughter about Indian festivals. When she was unable to locate one, she decided to write a series and has just published the second one on … more
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