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People will pull a Tevye from "Fiddler on the Roof" and shout "Tradition!" but “Pomp and Circumstance” has got to go. In the 115 years since Edward Elgar composed the march for the coronation of England's King Edward VII, hasn't there been … more
Senior dogs struggle with some of the same issues as humans — getting up on a cold winter morning, navigating household obstacles like stairs and wood floors, and general aches and pains. We are so fortunate to live in a time where there are … more
The Northglenn Arts and Humanities Foundation is in the process of removing its six sculptures-on-loan exhibit at E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park, which has been on display since June 2015. Six new sculptures for the 2016-17 season were chosen by a … more
When Golden resident Crystal Vockel caught one of her children re-using homework assignments to get away with not doing extra reading, she knew something had to be done. more
Wendy Hightower, 35 and eight months pregnant, sat on the grass near a small gray and bronze headstone adorned with trinkets of family life - a snow globe from Disney World, a ceramic Easter bunny, shiny pinwheels that spin in a breeze. As she had done almost every day for two years, Wendy talked to her daughter, Madison, an exuberant 2-year-old who had died suddenly from an E. coli infection. more
Join me as I sit down each week for a cup of Joe with somebody who helps shape Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster. Or, in this case, that little spot in between it all, Federal Heights. This week, I talked to Jacqueline Halburnt, city manager of the smallest and coziest of the North Metro cities, Federal Heights. Finding herself in the “big city” for the first time since moving from Ohio more than two decades ago, Halburnt — who lives in Thornton — discussed her adventures as city manager, and how she’s continued to grow along with and beside the region she now calls home. more
Few people actually like thinking about death. But imagine when one actually is Death. In the musical “Death Takes a Holiday,” the embodiment of life’s end needs a break and travels to Italy to try to understand human nature a little … more
Bird banding, in partnership with Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, “provides a unique look into the life journey of these amazing little animals,” said Audubon Society of Greater Denver outreach coordinator Kate Hogan. It fosters a new … more
A few years ago, Jeff Fujiki, 34, was introduced to a 26-foot recreational vehicle — it was almost love at first sight. “I wouldn’t be into camping without my wife’s grandparents,” he said of the couple who sold him his RV. “But I have to say, buying a camper was the best thing I ever did.” more
: Sturgill Simpson’s “A Sailor’s Guide to Earth,” released on Atlantic records. : Country is too small a genre to contain Simpson, and on his third album be breaks free to add soul and funk layers to that astounding voice. The album is … more
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