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The story is the same but the presentation is quite different. The musical version of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” has very little spoken dialogue. Instead the presentation is reminiscent of “Les Miz,” as my grandson pointed out to … more
I have a favorite bike ride that I try to do a couple times each week during the summer. It’s not a really long one, and it’s not up a mountain or anything crazy like that, but it challenges me. I get a good workout and a good rush of speed out … more
Now I am not referring to breaking records like the most touchdowns thrown in a season, home runs hit in a career, or breaking the 3.43-minute mile. Nor am I referring to breaking other records recognized by Guinness World Records. The only … more
A controversy that continues to linger in the West and many regions across our nation is the status of the gray wolf. The reintroduction of this animal as a protected endangered species under the federal Endangered Species Act is resulting in … more
Survey results about trust always turn our heads. As the saying goes we build credibility by the teaspoon and lose it by the bucket when we make a mistake in our line of work. A recent Gallup survey indicated people have confidence in … more
The Samaritan’s Purse, a non-denominational Christian organization, annually promotes and administers a wonderful program called “Operation Christmas Child.” It recruits groups to fill shoe boxes with toys, hygiene items, candy and school … more
Located on every gallon of milk at any grocery store in the state of Colorado is a bar code that contains the history of that particular gallon — what dairy farm it originated from, where it was pasteurized, and when it expires, among other … more
“Words. Words when spoken out loud for the sake of performance are music. They have rhythm and pitch and timbre and volume. These are the properties of music and music has the ability to find us and move us and lift us up in ways that literal … more
The 74-year-old Knabe grand piano sits silent in the room behind them. But the three women sipping tea at the small dining room table feel the music settle into them with the quiet joy only an old, beloved companion can bring. Music. “It's … more
Before he served in Congress and before he went to the White House, Lt. John Kennedy was the commander of torpedo boats in the South Pacific during World War II. His distinguished military career resulted in being awarded the Navy and Marine Corps … more
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