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Drummer/ bandleader Paa Kow (pah ko) was born in Ghana into a family where his mother and uncle were professional musicians. They would haul a generator to the next village, which like his, had no electricity, and play a concert. When he was 7 years … more
In the Monet Pool at Denver Botanic Gardens, water lilies, lotuses and other aquatic plants are at their peak — and are enhanced by Dale Chihuly's glass sculptural works floating next to them. On Aug. 15, the annual Water Blossom Festival is … more
Well-known Denver painter Jackie McFarland was juror for the Roxborough Arts Council's “Summer in the Arts” exhibit, on display in the lower level of Bemis Library through August. The artworks are, in general, representational and sunny, summery … more
As it turns out, there are about 15 different streams in Alaska that are called ‘Cripple Creek,’ but as usual, the one most remembered — is the one where the gold was. That one, first … more
Clear Creek White Water Park Dedicated in 1998, the 800-foot long course is divided into sections designed for kayaks and canoes. The top is a series of drops and pools of different experience levels and has some fast eddies. The middle … more
Walk down Golden’s main street during the summer, and be ready to view the rushing waters of Clear Creek carrying tubers underfoot, beneath the Washington Street Bridge. Tubing down Clear Creek has been a favorite activity for residents and … more
The 2014 Denver Broncos season has officially arrived but after last season’s Super Bowl heartbreak Denver’s fans seem a little weary going into this season. So we asked several of our loyal readers if they were over the Broncos ugly 43-8 Super … more
New York Eater, the national website that has a Denver version (www.denver.eater.com), has tracked the culinary trek of Colorado chefs who have packed their knives and migrated to The Big Apple. more
Granny Nanny is credited with establishing a secret settlement in Jamaica in the early 18th century and helping to free more than 800 slaves. But not many people off the island are familiar with this Jamaican national hero. “It’s an … more
Despite soggy grounds, a large crowd turned out for Kids Day at the 2014 Adams County Fair on what turned out to be a mostly sunny day. Kids Day featured hamster balls on water, pony rides, a petting zoo, a climbing wall, inflated slides and lots … more
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