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For some, walking the dog is just another job on the to-do list. But for Robert Canterbury, it's a ritual he doesn't take lightly. For years, the Northglenn resident suffered from severe blockages in the arteries of his lower legs, causing … more
It is close enough to St. Paddy’s day to relay the ancient Irish yarn of the old crow teaching the younger crow. I first heard the story as it was retold by Conrad Bladey from his Black Box of … more
Most people don’t keep VHS tapes — or VCRs, for that matter. Not Dan Fick. The Westminster resident keeps one tape take he’ll have for life, a documented memory of a time he felt on top of the world. Fick, who has autism, spent 13 years … more
Right now, the floor under my feet is a little gritty … or, should I say, a little salty. That’s because I just tipped over the salt shaker and – according to both popular lore and my father – I had to throw a pinch over my left shoulder. Do … more
That’s not nearly good enough for the multi-talented women of the Denver area, and so the Athena Project Festival was born to offer women a venue to explore theater. It has grown in the past three years to include all the arts, and now has a home … more
Emmy Award-winning fashion icon and Denver-based designer hosted fashion show fundraiser Goodwill En Vogue at Denver Union Station on March 5. The event featured a fashion show put on by local high school students in Goodwill Denver’s career … more
Writer Cynthia Swanson has juggled several worlds during the seven years when she was completing her first novel, “The Bookseller,” which was published March 3. The Denver author has written and published short stories, married and become mother … more
Just in time for spring break comes an exhibit about wondrous creatures of the imagination — from many cultures around the world, from land, sea and sky …. “Mythic Creatures: Dragons, Unicorns, Mermaids,” which originated at the American … more
Photography lovers and art lovers generally have a huge menu of available exhibits during March and April, in public venues and private galleries. Imaginative photographers tell stories and share their unique perspectives across the metro … more
In the beginning, Caleb Larson participated in St. Baldrick’s Foundation’s shave-a-thon simply to make a difference against childhood cancer. But now, after four years of shaving his head in the nationwide effort to benefit childhood cancer … more
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