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The issue you wrestle with is a thorny one. It’s been literally hanging over your head for days: Does mistletoe require you to kiss someone, or is nose-rubbing permissible? Will a firm handshake be sufficient, or does protocol demand something … more
There was a day a couple weeks ago that left a strange impression on me. It was a gray day, with a thick blanket of clouds covering the sky all day long, and, while it wasn’t cold, it also never felt warm. The snow from the Thanksgiving storm had … more
Role playing, also known as dramatic play, helps children develop creativity, confidence and language skills that are so important for learning to read. The theater doesn’t need to be fancy. The stage can be steps, under a table, or some … more
Nothing beats a warm bowl of soup on chilly winter days and nights. Northglenn retiree Pat Kunze’s go-to recipe is a wild rice soup. “Always had it in Minnesota on a snowy day when I was working,” she said. Several area restaurants … more
The cold temperatures that followed the sunset on Dec. 17 were the kind that cut through layers of clothing and made walking a short distance hard — let alone standing in a line for hours outside a movie theater. But “Star Wars” fans … more
Although winter officially arrived Dec. 22, Westminster residents woke up to an early taste of the season and a large accumulation of snow Dec. 15, which city crews had been battling since 2:30 a.m. “The first three hours were whiteout … more
More than 100 organizations and governments in the metro area — from the Adams County commissioners, Jefferson County Cultural Council, Lakewood City Council and South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce — have come out in support of the Scientific … more
According to Coach Oscar Fonseca, Jefferson’s wrestling team will be fun to watch and more competitive this season. “While we are a young team that is heavy on sophomores, we have four wrestlers who will be stronger this season and should be … more
For many families in America, a boy and his dog were the reason they let jazz into their homes. It was 1965 when the first Peanuts special, “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” aired on CBS, featuring a soundtrack by West Coast jazz pianist Vince … more
Before reading more of this column, I want to encourage readers to enjoy the festive lights at the Butterfly Pavilion and the Christmas decorations at Westminster City Hall during the holidays. “Living Lights” is a magical journey through the … more
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