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When Westminster’s Delrae Mondragon faced the responsibilities of her son DJ’s medical needs, as well as the normal struggles of parenting, she realized she could use some help. And then, she went and found it in a course offered through … more
About me I grew up in Westminster. My parents are still in the same house. My two older brothers and grandma all live really close by. The thing I love most about Westminster is it’s truly my home, I grew up here, I work here, I live as … more
Thirteen teams totaling 150 people vied June 17 for the title of the first Mile High Vinyard Kickball Classic Champions on the fields at Campbell Elementary in Arvada. The teams were all comprised of neighborhood churches with locations in … more
Neither Joe Sleevi nor Donald Emmot spoke much about their time in the service during the Vietnam War to their families. There was the unwelcoming reception they received upon their return, as well as some unhappy memories. But, mainly, they just … more
When visiting Denver Comic Con, it’s easy to get caught up in the extraordinarily detailed and arresting cosplay costumes, celebrities and vast array of memorabilia. But what makes the Con so special is the opportunity to meet the makers of the … more
Based on movie Highlands Ranch-based Performance Now Theatre Company presents “The Wedding Singer,” by Matthew Sklar, Chad Berguelin and Tim Herlihy. Based on the 1998 hit movie (Broadway 2006). It plays through June 25 at Lakewood Cultural … more
AP photographer in Asia I was moving toward word journalism, but my feeling was you had to be able to do everything. Photography was a serious hobby in terms of my work. When I went to Asia, step by step photography became more important to me … more
Centennial Center Park, 13050 E. Peakview Ave. in Centennial, is the place to welcome summer from 6 to 10 p.m. on June 24 (Saturday). The 6 Million Dollar Band will play ‘80s rock; gourmet food trucks will resolve munchies attacks and there will … more
In an age when tablets, video games and fidget spinners consume the minds and habits of children nationwide, some experts are concerned children are spending too little time outdoors. And they warn of health and emotional problems when children … more
Combine bicycles, healthy food advocates and a passion for health equity and you get the third annual Food Rescue Ride — the Aug. 19 noncompetitive bicycle event in Cherry Creek State Park. The fundraiser supports Denver Food Rescue, a … more
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