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Drive a few miles south of Monte Vista on State Highway 15 and look for a pullout on the west side. Stop, look and listen here and/or at a second pullout nearby on the east side of the road. From about 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in March or September, … more
Eight people braved the snow and cold on March 18 to get a glimpse of what goes on the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Half of the attendees were from out of state, and the weather wasn’t going to deter them from the campus walking … more
Dog owners know that when it comes to getting their furry friends to obey a command, treats can be a powerful thing. Ryan Miller, 12, of Parker, has firsthand experience in the magical influence of treats. He's known to carry chicken breast, raw … more
Editor’s note: This is the second of an occasional series about Judy Racine, who will retire at the end of this school year after 40 years of teaching. more
“I looked for five arias that show my versatility” to offer to judges of the Feb. 13 Denver Lyric Opera Guild annual Competition for Colorado Singers, said first-place winner Sarah Cambidge when we inquired about competition processes. DLOG, … more
It’s Tuesday night at Family Sports Center on Arapahoe Road. An intermittent droning throbs from planes descending into Centennial Airport. Men leave their cars, SUVs and pickup trucks and walk through the doors of the Sports Dome, some on their … more
With the hint of spring comes the Depot Art Gallery’s annual “Art for Less than $100” sale, through April 24. Once a year, Depot artists, members of the Littleton Fine Arts Guild, offer work at a fraction of actual price. And if you buy a … more
A happily anticipated springtime production is Colorado Ballet’s “Director’s Choice” program of contemporary works, which will happen March 25-27 at the Newman Center and on April 1 at Lone Tree Arts Center. With a mix of classical and … more
Christian congregations around the world are amid Holy Week observances leading up to Easter, which is March 27 this year. “Holy Week and Easter are cornerstones of our Christian faith. The events of Holy Week define who we are and why we … more
The Englewood Historic Preservation Society will meet on March 28 to hear preservation consultant Diane Wray Tomasso speak about “The Flying Saucer Bank and the Communist in the Post Office.” There will be two presentations: 2:30 p.m. at the … more
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