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May 5 was a perfect evening for a stroll in downtown Littleton, and local folks of all ages and interests showed up to look at art and to participate in Littleton History Walks, offered by Historic Littleton Inc. and the City’s Historic … more
About 75 supporters of Immigrant Pathways Colorado gathered at the Littleton Museum for conversation, lunch and inspiration on a sunny May 4 — and to hear stories of three IPC grantees. Susan Thornton spoke briefly about the organization’s … more
You’ve probably heard of a Little Free Library, but a Little Free Pantry may be a foreign concept. Karen Kaiser and Monika Nash of Littleton came across the idea while thinking of things their daughters, both students at Heritage High School, … more
arkour came into Mark D’Agosta’s life the way many people find their passions in the 21 century — YouTube. “I was already doing this stuff,” he said. “There just wasn’t any sort of training or name for it.” By “this stuff,” … more
It took exactly one year for a first-time event spolighting Denver’s favorite food trucks in all their glory to turn into a much-anticipated carnival for the city of Northglenn and food truck vendors. “Its our biggest event of the season — … more
My background I just graduated from Arapahoe Community College with a degree in biology and will be going to CU Denver in the fall to study biophysics. From there, I hope to go to CU Anschutz and pursue a doctorate in physical therapy. I worked … more
If it seems to you that 5K races are a dime a dozen, you would be right. According to research at Running USA, a not-for-profit organization that studies road races, the most popular race among long-distance events in 2015 was the 5K, with a … more
The Gold Award is the highest achievement in Girl Scouting — only 5 percent of eligible Girl Scouts obtain the award. The award, which began in 1916, has been given to nearly 1 million girls, according to the Girl Scout website. The average age … more
The project began with letters to friends and former students, inviting collaboration between painter Craig Marshall Smith and friends and former students — to be followed by an exhibit at the Museum Outdoor Arts (known as the MOA) in Englewood … more
On March 22, 1957, 27-year-old San Diego-based Navy pilot Norm Sothan had made four of six required practice landings on the deck of the carrier USS Essex when the brakes in his F4D Skyray supersonic jet fighter plane failed. He skidded toward the … more
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