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If the cooking community speaks a universal language, Jenny Hartin is undoubtedly fluent. A few years ago, she was a paralegal working in Manhattan. Now a stay-at-home mom in Parker, she presides over a domain of devoted cooks from every corner … more
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Students in spelling bees face a lot of pressure — from parents, the audience and the peers. Performance Now Theatre Company is bringing that very real, and very funny, experience to the stage in “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling … more
When Henri Matisse and his contemporaries exhibited their expressive paintings, with looser brushwork and bold colors, many French art critics were horrified and called the artists “les fauves,” the beasts. Now, they are among the best-loved … more
A tattoo is often more than skin deep. A-5272, a number forever inked upon Eva Schloss’s forearm, serves as a stark reminder of that. Silent for years, Schloss now travels the world sharing her experiences of the Holocaust. “At the … more
You’re buckled in and ready to go. Seatbacks forward, tray tables secure, you’ve done this a dozen times, but flying still gives you pause. It may be that way for a long time, because your mind still holds memories of what happened … more
Dear Neil: I am going to be 45, and I can’t seem to move past my issues. I basically feel I am not good enough.  I was a baby when my parents divorced. My initial issues with not being good enough started when my father would say that he … more
Readers of USA Today have cast their votes for the top 10 brewery tours in the nation. In Colorado, New Belgium Brewing Co. in Fort Collins, birthplace of Fat Tire, landed in a respectable third … more
“Practice random kindness and senseless of beauty.” Perhaps you’re familiar with this phrase from 1980s popular culture. This concept, however, is not new. It has its underpinnings in most of the world’s religions that speak to a need in … more
Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is upping his commercial cred by adding Gatorade to his growing list of product endorsements. more
Sound of the Rockies, a men's a cappella chorus, will reprise its special “Pirates of the Colorado” concert to open the free Littleton United Methodist Church concert series at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 3. Chorus director Darin Drown will be joined by … more
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