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Few sounds signal the arrival of summer like the tinkling notes of the ice cream truck drifting through the air. The tune pulls people of all ages away from whatever activity they’re doing to get some delicious relief from the … more
Two experienced jurors, Sterling Edwards and Gale Webb, selected a few over 300 paintings that fill three well-lighted galleries on two floors of the Arvada Center. “The Summer of Watercolor” runs through Aug. 28 and is open to the public … more
About 400 concert-goers gathered June 10 at the one-acre park adjacent to Anythink Wright Farms library for the opening of the Backyard Concert Series, featuring opening band The River Arkansas. Funds raised through donations, a silent auction, … more
Banking on the success of Northglenn’s Art on Parade program, a city arts foundation last week dedicated a new sculpture garden as a focal point of culture and beautification — and business — for the north metro region. The City of … more
The Thornton Community Band, which has put on free band concerts for the community since 2008, kicked off this season’s Summer Concert Series at Carpenter Park with a serious dose of Souza — John Phillip, that is. The band, next performing … more
Join me as I sit down each week for a cup of Joe with somebody who helps shape Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster. This week, I talked to Helene Jewett, a local consultant working to grow some regional small businesses while assisting one very significant client — Adams 12 Five Star Schools — in its quest for a potential bond measure in the November general election. more
Elaine DeKooning, Lee Krasner, Joan Mitchell, Helen Frankenthaler, Jay DeFeo, Sonia Getchoff, Judith Godwin, Mary Abbot, Pearl Fine, Grace Hartigan, Deborah Remington and Ethel Schwabacher — 13 artists were chosen from the 100 that Gwen Chanzit, … more
Not sure what book to bring with you on vacation this summer? From thrillers to business smarts, here are a few fiction and non-fiction recommendations. Look at your local library to find these or similar titles. Oh, and don’t forget to ask about … more
There’s no shortage of fun summer activities in Colorado, from mountain hiking and camping to team and outdoor sports. But for a landlocked state, Rocky Mountain folks sure do love the water. “Water is magical. Nothing quite says summer … more
A few weeks ago, Brian Oxman from Publishers Clearinghouse called to tell me that I had won a $2.5 million third-place prize. Would I be at my Colorado Springs residence to receive my check? Hmmm … I haven’t lived in Colorado Springs for more … more
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