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About me I’ve always been an artist. I started drawing when I was real little. My grandfather was a professional artist. So, I was raised in a family where that was a legitimate career, not just a hobby. He did pin-up girls during World War II … more
Steve Austin has been measuring the precipitation levels in his backyard every morning since 2005 at his home in Northglenn. Outside of a few weekend trips, he hasn’t missed a day. “I’ve been doing it so long, it’s just part of what I … more
Max Willsey, the longest-serving educator in the Five Star Adams 12 School District who later also served on the school board, passed away in January. He was 81. “During Max’s 50-plus years of service we transformed from a small and rapidly … more
With spring seedlings now popping through the soil, Colorado gardeners everywhere anticipate the growing season of flowers, vegetables and herbs, all of which can be used for a variety of health benefits, experts say. Plants are rich in minerals … more
A couple of years ago, skilled actors — and good friends — Haley Johnson and Rachel Bouchard “wanted to do a project together,” they said as we sat down before rehearsal time to chat. What? They thought of producing, writing a play together … more
When you need an answer to the perennial “what’s a great Colorado short-stay getaway” question, Wheat Ridge resident Ed Sealover has one. In fact, he has 30 of them that he details in his most recent book, “Colorado Excursions with History, … more
“Divisions,” is a new production by Wonderbound contemporary ballet company and nationally known hip-hop band the Flobots — both involved in community activism through the arts. It will play in three metro Denver venues between April 14 and … more
It takes a special sensibility to write plays that manage to be as funny and bleak as those by the Irish playwright Martin McDonagh. In “A Skull in Connemara,” McDonagh expertly blends the solitude of loss with the humor that makes the small … more
The Castle Rock History Museum, 420 Elbert St., will open an exhibit commemorating the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into World War I from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 8. On display: artifacts and information about Douglas County’s contribution … more
It may have been April Fools day but Bigfoot researchers who recently visited Castle Rock to display their evidence supporting the legendary creature’s existence weren’t kidding. Bigfoot isn’t just real, they said. He’s out there — and … more
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