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Castle Pines venue to host photographer John Fielder

The Castle Pines Arts and Cultural Foundation will again present an evening with Colorado nature photographer John Fielder, presenting a program about his latest book, “A Colorado Winter,” and providing copies of other Fielder titles for sale. … more

Get into the holiday spirit with music, food

Despite all the shoppers big box stores see on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving wasn’t all that special for Angelo Coiro, owner of Angelo’s CDs and More. But when Record Store Day started making exclusive releases on Black Friday, … more

Book sale kicks off season with treasured titles

Throughout the year, Sue McNamee and her Friends of the Littleton Library/Museum Book Sale Committee save some special books that come in as donations — save them for the annual FOL/M Holiday Book Sale, which starts Nov. 18 and runs through Dec. … more

Wilma Sisbarro

About me I’m a retired housewife who’s been living in Colorado for 16 years. I have one child who’s 43, and three grandkids. I’m from Maryland — I used to work for a newspaper, and three times a week I would actually go pick up … more

Project Poultry helps needy in Honduras

Lanny York admits he quickly gained a lot of knowledge about chickens when he decided to found Project Poultry in February as a way to help improve the quality of life for poor families in Northern Honduras. “About all I knew about chickens was … more

Theatrical options for the holiday season

The holidays mean something different to everyone, but if there’s one thing that most can agree on, it is that they should be spent with the people who mean the most to us. And as far as activities go for the holidays, few are better than … more

Not just a man’s job

When Danell Kalcevic was in kindergarten, an assignment asked her to describe what she wanted to be when she grows up. “It sounds silly,” Kalcevic, 48, said, but what she put on the assignment was a farmer’s wife. Fast forward and … more

Harpist from Englewood returns to her hometown

Harpist Emily Levin will be returning home when she performs with violinist Yi Zhao and cellist Austin Fisher at 2 p.m. Nov. 18 at Hampden Hall, 1000 Englewood Parkway. Now she is principal harpist with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra (the youngest … more

Illustration exhibition appears in conjunction with Seuss show

In what appears to be an ideal combination at Littleton’s Town Hall Arts Center, the Stanton Gallery’s November-December exhibit, which runs into January, is: “Line and Tone: A Closer Look at the Creative Process of Illustration,” with works … more

Flight For Life to receive Spreading Wings Award

Flight For Life Colorado will receive the Spreading Wings Award, given annually by Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum. Since 1972, Flight For Life Colorado has been a symbol of service and sacrifice for the Rocky Mountain region. In its … more

The Alley restaurant serves history along with `Mountain Mexican' food

Tommy Scarborough, manager of The Alley restaurant on Littleton's Main Street, talked with a large group of members of Historic Littleton Inc. on Oct. 30 about the history that took place within the restaurant's walls — starting with Samuel … more

Going to great depths for a good time

Space, the final frontier. While that’s a frontier most of us won’t have the chance to explore, two-thirds of Earth has the next best thing — open water for scuba diving. “Just like in space travel, you get that same weightlessness and … more

My Name Is... Michael Pappa

About me I'm originally from West Virginia. I've been a lot of places, but my brother lives here so it was time to come west. I've been doing fairs since 2009. I started with a pinecone wreath business. Three years ago I started making soap … more

World champion public speaker to headline local event

Toastmasters International, a nonprofit organization that works to improve public speaking and leadership skills, will feature the winner of its 2013 World Championship of Public Speaking as the keynote speaker of a regional conference in the Denver … more

Highlands Ranch High students to perform with noted musician

When recording artist/composer and original member of the Trans-Siberian Express Mark Wood comes to Highlands Ranch High School on Nov. 10 with his Viper electric violin, the student musicians will be transformed into a rock orchestra for a day. … more

19th-century Paris saw brave women artists

“You had to go there!” said Suzanne Ramljak of the American Federation of Arts, which organized the show, “Her Paris: Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism,” now open through Jan. 14 at the Denver Art Museum. Impressionism was … more

Father-son duo share exhibit at Museum Outdoor Arts

“Art is making something that didn’t exist before,” artist Charles Parson says in a well-made video that plays continuously in the Sound Gallery at the Museum Outdoor Arts’ indoor gallery at Englewood Civic Center. The film’s an … more

Event on Nov. 17 to help boost cancer research

Cancer survivor Sean Swarner will share his story of reaching the top of Mount Everest — with one lung — at the upcoming Wings of Hope for Pancreatic Cancer Research event Nov. 17. When he was in his teens, Swarner was diagnosed with two … more

Little’s Creek playground opens with pirate-themed event

Mini buccaneers have a new place to swashbuckle after the grand opening of the new pirate-themed playground at Little’s Creek Park, at the corner of Broadway and Sterne Parkway. The playground features play areas geared toward kids from … more

Costumed youngsters parade through library

A motley crew of miniature ninjas, tigers and witches marched through Bemis Library on Oct. 27, the second day of the library’s Children’s Costume Parade. Giggles and candy were in abundance, and the adorable mob seemed fitting among the whimsy … more
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