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Some of the most majestic animals on the planet are also the most mysterious. Humans only know small amount about some of the largest creatures on Earth, but the Denver Museum of Nature & Science is giving landlocked Colorado residents a chance … more
Throughout the year, I collect what I call “thumbs-up” moments – the cool, generous, outstanding, amazing, or simply kind things that people do for others. Many of these selfless gestures are anonymous … that is, the kindness of … more
The Edge Theater is continuing its tradition of presenting new works with its world premiere of Ellen K. Graham’s “The Familiars.” I’m still processing my reaction to this quirky and sometimes slightly disjointed story. The Burdock family, … more
How deep a hole is humanity in? Last week, in Pakistan, terrorists took over a school, set a female teacher on fire, and then proceeded to shoot and kill over 130 children. That story knocked off of the front pages the story of the disturbed … more
It seems that we can find a top 10 list or the top 10 reasons to do just about anything these days. I mean, everything from places to live, cars to purchase, gadgets to own, rationale to drink coffee or tea, favorite vacation spots, and so many … more
Whales: Giants of the Deep Denver Museum of Nature and Science 2001 Colorado Blvd., Denver Through Feb. 16 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily $9.95 to $14.95 www.dmns.org/whales more
Your mom and dad take their jobs very seriously. They get to work on time and they do a good job. Sometimes, they might even stay late to finish a project because it’s important to be responsible. That’s a lesson they’ve taught you … more
Look for a couple of life-sized Bactrian camels and perhaps several enactors in exotic costumes (Kang Baobi, Ma Amri, Shi Dara and more) … You’ll know you have arrived at the “Traveling the Silk Road” exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature & … more
It was an up-and-down night for Standley Lake when the Gators took on Erie in their first round basketball game in the Boulder Valley Invitational Basketball Tournament. Unfortunately, it ended on a downer. Erie defeated Standley Lake, 76-62, in … more
Slow starts in any sport are not conducive to producing victories. And it’s certainly slow starts that have hindered the Westminster boys basketball team this early in the season. Boulder defeated visiting Westminster, 72-42, last Thursday and … more
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