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In the 1990s, I read “What I Saw at the Revolution,” authored by Peggy Noonan, who was President’s Reagan’s speechwriter and who also coined such phrases as “kinder, gentler nation” and “thousand points of light” for George H.W. … more
Hamberto Gardian, a San Isidro, Nicaragua 16-year-old, grinned as he tried on the full set of baseball catcher's gear that once belonged to a Highlands Ranch baseball player his age. “This equipment is special for me and for others who catch … more
At 1 p.m. every Wednesday, the bell in the historic chapel at Christ Episcopal Church in downtown Castle Rock rings 49 times — one toll in remembrance of each person killed in the Orlando, Florida, shootings on June 12. As the bells … more
Among many wonderful options for area theatergoers are these three productions: “Once again, this talented troupe presents its own special version of the classic musical “Evita.” Every member of the cast has a disability of some kind. Many … more
In most Christian churches, music is an important part of worship — it can help form a great connection between the congregation and the Lord. One reason for that is to be joyful, said Sue Singleton, music committee moderator at Westminster … more
Thornton residents shook off incoming winds and cloudy weather to visit with Ward 3 council members and enjoy some Thursday evening sundaes at one of the city’s ongoing summer ice cream socials. more
The Ellie Caulkins Opera House will be the venue for a full-scale production of the classical ballet “Swan Lake” with original choreography by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov, set and updated by former American Ballet principals Amanda McKerrow and John Gardner — and Sandra Brown, ballet mistress for Colorado Ballet. more
Join me as I sit down each week for a cup of Joe with somebody who helps shape Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster. This week, I sat down with restaurant owner Nancy Goldsmith. Nancy’s Café conveniently finds itself in the center of a major revitalization effort in south Westminster, with the recent opening of RTD’s B Line commuter rail and the even more recent groundbreaking on the new Alto affordable apartments kitty-corner from the staple eatery. Goldsmith spoke about what it’s like to be part of the revival and how she’s managed to keep customers happy for the better part of 15 years. more
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Few things connect with people like music. As such, it makes sense that politicians would try to harness the power of the art to connect with followers over ideas and concerns. Sometimes, they just fail spectacularly. Most of these events … more
For 40 years, Larkspur has transcended time and space, taking guests back centuries with its annual Colorado Renaissance Festival. “The atmosphere just exudes fun,” said Wayne Keller, who has been coming to the festival for the past 10 years. … more
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