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Dozens of young girls assemble at Goodson Recreation Center for gymnastics practice on Tuesday and Wednesday nights. There's also a group of boys among the crowd at the Centennial facility. They are the Spartans — one of the few competitive … more
Three women who once appeared locally in Littleton have climbed to the top in a highly competitive theater world, and their stories should provide encouragement to young area actors who are now rehearsing for the spring musical or play in their high … more
Last summer, we received news about the Black Cube, a nomadic museum that would hold pop-up exhibits at various locations, beginning in September with the Trading Post at Red Rocks. A new group of Artist Fellows has been announced for 2016 and … more
The Denver Ballet Theatre will present “Paquita,” a great ballet from the classical repertoire, on April 14 and 15 at the PACE Center, 20000 Pikes Peak Ave., Parker. Three professional dancers will join the DBT ensemble of 50 to retell the … more
It helps — or not — to know that inspiration for Buntport's latest original production came from a non-linear, open-source tale called “Riding Sidesaddle” by musician Miriam Suzanne, published under the name Eric M. Suzanne. It's printed on … more
Mackenzie Maroney of Parker will install her senior thesis photography exhibit from March 24 to April 3 in the Brownlee O. Currey Jr. Gallery on the campus of Watkins College of Art, Design and Film in Nashville, Tennessee. She is a 2011 graduate … more
Gina Rea, 23, has skated with Special Olympics of Colorado since she was 8 years old. “She looks forward to it all the time,” said her father, Tim. “And she's competitive — she wants to win.” Rea, of Littleton, was one of 30 athletes … more
"Strong Sisters," a documentary directed by two Centennial residents, sheds light on 70 elected women in Colorado through personal accounts and an archive of photographs. One of the subjects is 96-year-old Laura Miller, who served in the Colorado … more
For years, Amy DeValk and her family avoided using single-serving coffee pods. But eventually, convenience and variety won out. “We use coffee pods at home,” said DeValk, who lives in Highlands Ranch. “We resisted for a long time because of … more
It's a big day for the aging race-track regular, “Champagne” Charlie. The sixth race is named in his honor — and he decides to bet his entire savings, a meager amount, on a long-shot horse at his local track near Philadelphia. “The … more
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