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I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. But what kind? When craving a frozen treat, there aren’t just flavors to consider: Does old-fashioned ice cream sound best? What about … more
Thornton Harvest Festival is Saturday, Sept. 12, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Community Park, 2141 E. 95th Ave. On-street parking will be available on York Street and Thornton Parkway where the lanes closest to the festival will be blocked off for … more
About me I am the head football coach and a social studies teacher at Thornton High School. This is my third year as a teacher at the school and my seventh season running the football program. My entire adult life has been spent working with … more
Families gathered around tables eating chips and salsa while nursing a cold beer. Two dogs lounged on the ground, still on a leash but not trying to go anywhere. And the chatter had a laid-back, happy buzz to it. On a Wednesday night at Beer By … more
More than four decades ago, in 1974, local artists approached Foothills Art Center with the idea of organizing a national watercolor show. The idea and name were eventually expanded to Watermedia, which includes other water-based paint … more
A filled community room at Lone Tree Arts Center on Aug. 27 was the venue for the monthly meeting of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District Board of Directors, which includes one member from each of the seven included counties, plus several … more
With new artistic director Gavin Mayer on board since last spring, the Avenue Theater starts its new season with a somewhat twisted bit of comedy — Eric Coble's “Bright Ideas,” which is played for laughs, but has a shadow cleverly cast by … more
With 120 million eggs laid in Colorado’s economy every year, they’re a hot commodity — in fact, eggs are collectively the ninth-largest agriculture product in the state behind wheat, Colorado Egg Producers Association President Jerry Wilkins … more
High school students often worry about finding jobs, a challenge even more difficult for those with disabilities. Westminster resident ​and high school senior Adriana Gonzales wants to help change that by helping bridge the gap between job … more
Eighteen percent of adults suffer from some kind of a mental disorder nationwide, a number Brian O'Meara and Andrew Romanoff are trying to lower through education —and a little fun. “Mental illness is something as Americans we brush under the … more
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