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In the form it takes today, cowboy gatherings have only been around for about 30 years. But they stem from the ways of the Old West, and people can experience the tradition at the 27th annual Colorado Cowboy Poetry Gathering, which comes to … more
When Claire Reifert became pregnant with her first child, she knew she would follow in her mother’s footsteps with natural childbirth. And in April 2014, she gave birth to her son with the help of a midwife at a birthing center in … more
A New Year brings a fresh canvas of opportunity and change, but for some the transition from the two-month holiday season can lead to what’s known as the holiday blues. “Depression and feelings of sadness are natural emotions — we all get … more
About me I grew up in Aurora, went to Hinkley High, class of ‘81. I am a fulltime full-service Realtor. I owned a custom home-building business in Arizona for about 15 years. Moving back here in 2012, it felt natural to start a career in real … more
In the calm before the storm at Lodos in Westminster, the calm isn’t very relaxing. “We’re preparing for New Year’s, but there’s the college games on right now, too, which make it tricky,” General Manager Erik Gustafson … more
It’s the new year! Holiday decorations have returned to storage and healthy eating habits have returned to something beyond eggnog and gingerbread. It’s time to resume our typical routines and perhaps start our New Year’s … more
Want something inspiring and possibly life-transformative to do for the new year? Try putting more effort into being grateful. There are many experiences, emotions and events that have happened to you that no doubt you are not grateful for. If … more
2015 marked the 40th anniversary of the National Wildlife Refuge Association, the professional support entity that represents the nation’s 564 national wildlife refuges (NWR) in Congress and in the public domain. Colorado has seven NWRs. Three … more
Boulder painter Don Coen’s appealing “The Hush of Evening Snow,” with an almost-polka-dotted cow and calf, is the featured work in this year’s Coors Western Art Show, and will be added to the National Western’s permanent collection. … more
“James Gillray was a product of his time,” said print collector Arthur Gilbert in an opening statement about a man called the “father of modern caricature.” Gilbert introduced 71 colored etchings, political cartoons by Gillray, who was born … more
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