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The Aug. 5 First Friday crowd was shoulder to shoulder and lined out the front door as Littleton's Depot Art Gallery opened its 33rd Annual All Colorado Show, which celebrates Western Welcome Week. Juror Rob Gratiot was talking about his final … more
As an elementary school teacher in New Mexico, Nick Mischel had to keep a certain appearance. “In teaching, you have to be relatively conservative,” Mischel said. “I was able to have a goatee, but not a full-on beard.” Three years ago, … more
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Mallory Pridemore and her father, Darrell, had an agreement to pay for her college tuition. “My dad and I's deal was 50/50. I would pay for 50 and he would pay for 50,” Pridemore said. “Now that he's not doing that, I (had) to figure out … more
Wooden cars created in Centennial resident Bob Wing’s basement workshop and cars made by other Toys for God’s Kids volunteers produced ear-to-ear smiles as they were placed in the hands of children in a small village in northern … more
Hamberto Gardian, a San Isidro, Nicaragua 16-year-old, grinned as he tried on the full set of baseball catcher's gear that once belonged to a Highlands Ranch baseball player his age. “This equipment is special for me and for others who catch … more
In recent years, there have been numerous conversations, essays and publications addressing the role of women in contemporary art (and in art history). Uneven representation has been evident in major exhibitions, publications and sales, according to … more
Littleton will host cyclists from around the world this weekend for Colorado's only national bike race. The fourth annual Littleton Twilight Criterium will see the riders race around a 0.8-mile closed circuit in downtown Littleton on Aug. 6. For … more
When the South Suburban Parks and Recreation District holds its annual Youth and Adult TRYathlons each year, it places the emphasis on completion rather than competition. This year’s event at the Cook Creek Pool in Lone Tree on July 30 drew … more
For 40 years, Larkspur has transcended time and space, taking guests back centuries with its annual Colorado Renaissance Festival. “The atmosphere just exudes fun,” said Wayne Keller, who has been coming to the festival for the past 10 years. … more
For a “Rocky Mountain High” day trip or weekend, consider visiting Leadville and surroundings. It’s only a couple hours away from Littleton and a look at another world in Lake County’s only incorporated city. Founded in 1877 — and once … more
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