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At just nine years old, Jack Bonneau is a legitimate entrepreneur. Last spring, he started his own business selling lemonade at the Market at the Orchard in Westminster. For 12 weeks, Jack spent five hours every Sunday selling lemonade and iced … more
Life is for one generation. A good name (or a bad one) is forever. The area known as “the Divide” has a historically strong name or reputation for inclement Colorado weather. The May snowstorm of … more
It’s sure been a rough year for Hollywood. First there was the stinging Sony hacking scandal. And now we have the humbling image of the Hollywood letters themselves toppling to the ground, as most of California is pulverized by an earthquake — … more
Running a newspaper 120 years ago was the kind of business that required varying degrees of verbosity -- depending mostly on how much advertisement the paper was able to sell. And it was true … more
The inaugural beer festival on May 18 at the Buffalo Rose in Golden proved to be a fun time and a great way to help local charities. Two nonprofits benefited from the event: the Jefferson/Gilpin Court Appointed Special Advocates and the statewide … more
To paraphrase Mark Twain, rumors of our demise are greatly exaggerated. Newspapers have a million ways of being useful and some of them have nothing at all to do with being black and white and read … more
Ten Colorado authors were chosen by judges from a list of 36 finalists for recognition at the annual Colorado Authors' League awards dinner/ceremony on May 8 at the Courtyard Marriott-Denver in Cherry Creek. Preliminary judges were members of the … more
The Denver Mini Maker Faire on June 12 and 13 at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science will be held during the national Week of Making, established by the Obama administration to celebrate the one-year anniversary of last year's White House Maker … more
“For readers, I would love for them to go do whatever, wherever. Go do it alone, and now, because you want to and you’re allowed to and you can,” said author Emma Hooper in a brief Q&A at the end of her astonishing novel, “Etta, Otto, … more
Officer Lockstock (a strong David Gordon in his third time as Officer Lockstock) appears on stage with several of “the poor” and explains how things are to Little Sally (Abby McInerny) in “Too Much Exposition” as this clever musical comments … more
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