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As a world-traveling geologist, William A. (Bill) Carlson, currently a Highlands Ranch resident at Wind Crest, became fascinated with the design elements in intricate landforms and abstract patterns he discovered in nature wherever he was. He … more
American lawyer Clarence Darrow, a founder of the American Civil Liberties Union, fought for racial justice, labor reform, the teaching of evolution in our schools and more. He changed the social fabric of America in the early 20th century. Irving … more
Comedy, drama, farce — we were able to see three very different plays last week, two of them solid, professional and spellbinding and the third a bit less so. I can recall when theaters were all pretty much dark in summer here — what a change … more
In addition to the All Colorado Show and Aug. 9 Bin Bonanza, Littleton Fine Arts Guild installed 60 paintings, photographs and wall hangings at Bemis Library, 6014 S. Datura St., Littleton, for the month of August. Denver artist Randy Hale juried … more
An estimated 1,500 people filled Centennial Center Park on Aug. 8 for a trip back to the 1980s. Fog machines and a laser light show set the stage for Love Shack, a Las Vegas-based cover band dedicated to the music that pushed disco to the back of … more
South Fellowship Church could be considered ahead of its time. “Our pastor at the time, Dale Schlafer, was pretty progressive,” said Eva Maxwell, office manager and the pastor’s administrative assistant. In 1991, Schlafer led the effort … more
The 87 annual Western Welcome Week got off to a great start and a busy weekend with fireworks on Aug. 7, where the rain just teased the substantial crowd for a minute and Grand Marshal Maurice “Stringy” Ervin was introduced. There was lots of … more
The competition at the Aug. 8 Special Olympics Summer Classic rivaled other sporting events, but the difference was that spectators cheered and applauded every single athlete for his or her efforts. The event drew athletes from across the state. … more
Fourth-grade teacher Natalie West has a special story to tell if the subject of summer activities comes up in her class at Independence Elementary School. In mid-July, the Cherry Creek School District teacher joined other members of the Casa … more
Williams & Graham, the false-front bookstore speakeasy in the Lower Highland neighborhood in Denver, has been named the Best American Cocktail Bar at the 2015 Spirited Awards. The award is so … more
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