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DeKoevend Park was a happening place March 16 as joggers, cyclists and dog walkers passed through, taking advantage of the nice weather, and parents and kids on the playground and a youth lacrosse tournament filled the park with cheers and … more
The St. Patrick's Day spirit was alive and well in Highlands Ranch over the weekend, as locals painted Town Center green. On March 15, runners converged on the area doused in green and dressed in costume for the Highlands Ranch Community … more
Testosterone bounces off those gorgeous rugs that surround the intimate theater space as Cherry Creek Theatre starts its fourth season with a strong, well-defined production of Reginald Rose's “12 Angry Men.” This is ensemble work at its very … more
“Under the Jeweled Sky,” by British author Alison McQueen weaves a complex, bittersweet tale of forbidden love, the unimaginable wealth of a maharaja's palace and the unimaginable poverty of millions of people suddenly homeless. Chapters … more
In 2004 California writer Pam Braun was told she had late-stage cancer. Doctors predicted a 15 percent chance of survival and 75 percent chance of recurrence. The former chef and restaurant owner, like many, underwent recommended treatments, but … more
Every spring, Colorado Ballet presents a program of three contemporary works for its audiences. Called “Director's Choice” in 2014, it will be presented on March 28-30 at the Newman Center in Denver and repeated on April 5 at Lone Tree Arts … more
Along the highway between Walsenberg and Trinidad, there is a grassy open area set aside with a tall monument and parking spaces. Those history buffs that stop will read that it commemorates the Ludlow Massacre, an event that affected people from … more
Before the sun rises, John Perez visits Goodson Recreation Center at least two or three times a week before heading off to work. “I run three to five miles on the track and then lift weights and stretch,” says the 63-year-old Centennial … more
There's no question that cancer treatment takes a toll on the mind and body of its patients (and as a breast cancer survivor, I can relate). more
“Embrace-Encourage-Empower” is the subtitle for The Athena Project, a woman-centered Arts Festival, in its second year. Occurring around Aurora, the festival involves women from across the metro area. It includes a World Premiere play, … more
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