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Federica Foltmann snuck around her living room couch on a recent afternoon in her Castle Pines home. Hiding around the corner was the 6-year-old girl she nannies. When Foltmann caught up, the shy but curious girl buried her face into … more
Many people say they grew up in a musical family, but I almost always get a few raised eyebrows when I tell people I literally grew up in a record store. My mother owned Wheat Ridge’s Budget Tapes and CDs for more than 20 years, and I’d often … more
There was a time when holiday specials were an event for the whole family. When everyone would gather in front of the television to watch personalities like Dean Martin, Carol Burnett or Sonny and Cher host variety shows featuring music, skits and laughter. more
Jim and Verna Crowley have been dancing a long time, since 1953 when Verna had just graduated from high school in St. Louis. “I went to a dance and caught him,” Verna said as she slipped her hand under his elbow and wrapped it around his … more
For 40 years, if you had a craving for White Fence Farm’s fried chicken or famous corn fritters, you’d have to drive to the 80-acre restaurant and farm in Lakewood. Not anymore. “We’re never going to open another White Fence Farm like … more
For people like Highlands Ranch resident Devyn St. Aubin, a traditional gym setting or running program doesn’t work. Two years ago, she stumbled across a The Ballet Physique — a ballet barre studio in Lone Tree — and she hasn’t looked … more
Participating in cooking contests is a deep passion for Crystal Schlueter, of Northglenn, who recently took home top honors in America’s Better Sandwich contest. The national competition is sponsored by Oroweat and included more than 2,900 entries … more
The third annual Taste of Westminster event, held Nov. 3 at the Rocky Mountain Summit Room inside of Front Range Community College in Westminster, featured dozens of vendors and hundreds of guests, who were eager to share their enthusiasm for fine … more
For years while working retail, Barbara Penning would find herself in a new city during the holidays. “When that happened, I’d try to think of ways I could celebrate the season differently,” she remembered. “I’d do things like go to a … more
Ponderosa junior Maddie Gabel has a vivid memory of last season’s state playoff soccer game in which she tore the anterior cruciate ligament in her rightknee. “I slid and blocked a shot, and once I made contact(with the ground),that’s when … more
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