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It was a teen dream come true for Evergreen sisters Caitlin and Sidney Powell, 16 and 13 respectively, when their band Facing West landed a record deal recently with Pando Records, a Warner Music Group Label. more
Dear Neil: My boyfriend of 6 months has been a widower for almost 3 years. His late wife of 17 years killed herself, and had multiple addiction and mental health problems. There were no children. He has a half dozen photos of her up, mostly … more
Louis Zamperini’s tale of surviving a vicious Japanese prisoner of war camp during World War II was unknown to many. Even when Donna Miller, a Golden native and history enthusiast, was asked nearly eight years ago if she had ever heard of Louis … more
There is a long-standing Irish tradition that, just before Christmas, you start cleaning out everything. Give everything a good scrubbing. Clear the clutter. Sweep out the carriage house and the … more
Working cowboys, ranches, rural architecture and the landscape are William Matthews' subjects. His work is featured in connection with the National Western Stock Show in the Ninth Annual Petrie Institute of Western American Art Symposium on … more
Some of the most majestic animals on the planet are also the most mysterious. Humans only know small amount about some of the largest creatures on Earth, but the Denver Museum of Nature & Science is giving landlocked Colorado residents a chance … more
Throughout the year, I collect what I call “thumbs-up” moments – the cool, generous, outstanding, amazing, or simply kind things that people do for others. Many of these selfless gestures are anonymous … that is, the kindness of … more
The Edge Theater is continuing its tradition of presenting new works with its world premiere of Ellen K. Graham’s “The Familiars.” I’m still processing my reaction to this quirky and sometimes slightly disjointed story. The Burdock family, … more
How deep a hole is humanity in? Last week, in Pakistan, terrorists took over a school, set a female teacher on fire, and then proceeded to shoot and kill over 130 children. That story knocked off of the front pages the story of the disturbed … more
Whales: Giants of the Deep Denver Museum of Nature and Science 2001 Colorado Blvd., Denver Through Feb. 16 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily $9.95 to $14.95 www.dmns.org/whales more
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