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Many people may think of pumpkin-flavored drinks and food as nothing more than the seasonal fad that comes around each fall. For others it’s simply an exalted, or sensationalized, latte flavor. But not so fast. According to Denver-metro … more
The Arvada Center is kicking off its Black Box season by tapping into two long-held theatrical traditions. The first is hiring an ensemble company of actors, directors and designers who will put on all four of the season’s Black Box … more
Driving to and from work every day the past couple of weeks has been a daily demonstration of why autumn is Colorado’s best season — blue skies, early dustings of snow on the higher mountains, and a rippling palette of green, yellow, orange and … more
There are few things that rile me up as much as presidential politics, and one of them is commuting. In both instances, I find myself restless, frustrated, irritated, and sometimes angry. There’s never much I can do to make the situation better … more
About 3 million Americans have served in the military since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and just as there are differences between generations of the public at large, there are differences between younger veterans and those who served before … more
Spiders are often over-feared and misunderstood. When a spider web and huge “Charlotte” appear in the yard you might turn them into family STEAM activities at home (science, technology, engineering, arts and math). Adults and children can … more
In response to the article by Crystal Anderson, “Shift eyed at Jeffco middle schools” article, nearly $100 million of the $535 million bond request is allocated to moving sixth graders to middle schools. There are a few items that need further … more
On my daily commute, the bike runs parallel to the road for a stretch. I pass dozens of walkers and riders, many of whom have a routine, just as I do. Soon after I began this route, I recognized a pair of people, a man and a woman probably 10 years … more
Police arrested 21-year-old Arvada resident Dylan Hopkins Saturday, Sept. 17 following an incident in which police say he used Facebook to threaten a state lawmaker. According to the arrest affidavit, Hopkins threatened to shoot Colorado Sen. … more
Thomas Westbrook had a feeling something was wrong at ITT Technical Institute earlier this year. “A few of us had an inkling something was fishy because they stopped taking new students in,” the Westminster resident said. He said school … more
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