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Thanksgiving has given me much to ponder lately. Thanksgiving Day became a federal holiday during the Civil War in 1863, when President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a national Day of Thanksgiving and Praise on the fourth Thursday of November. (Linking … more
Registration is now open for a state-backed poetry competition, and prospective participants have until Jan. 13 to decide whether to be — or not to be — part of the contest. The Poetry Out Loud competition is a program designed to give high … more
Arts and cultural organizations do more than teach people about the world around them — they grow the economies of local communities That's according to a recently released two-year study of 300 arts organizations in a seven-county metro … more
Here comes Hanukkah and here comes Christmas. Wait … first we get to enjoy Thanksgiving, don't we? Studies show how much better retailers do when they begin promoting the holidays sooner. However, I wonder how we all do as consumers during the … more
It is my understanding that there is very specific reasons that donkeys, rather than horses were used initially in the mining industry. Among those reasons is the innate reaction of each when its … more
Actress Jessica Biel, who moved to Boulder as a child and grew up there, and her superstar husband, Justin Timberlake, are expecting their first child, according to a story in Us Weekly magazine. more
“No Turning Back” is Warren Miller's 65th film, released this fall. Tickets are on sale for screenings of this celebration of winter sports in Niseko, Japan, the Swiss Alps, Montana, France and more. Name athletes are featured. In the south … more
“Rims to Ruins,” which opened with a reception on Nov. 5 at The Wildlife Experience, is the result of a paint-out for 31 invited Western artists last May at Mesa Verde National Park — a location where every ruin, wall, tree and vista looks … more
“The Playground” runs through Nov. 22 at Work|Space at the Laundry on Lawrence in Denver's Five Points neighborhood. It's a new work by five area women. The setting is an urban playground, Susan Lyles said — with two swings, a bench, a … more
“Mark Mothersbaugh: Myopia” opened on Oct. 31 at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver and is presented throughout the entire museum building through April 12, 2015. The exhibit, curated by MCA Director and “Chief Animator” Adam Lerner, … more
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