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Queen City Jazz Band set to play at Littleton church

Littleton United Methodist Church, 5894 S. Datura St., Littleton, begins its 25th season of its delightful Fine Arts Series with a free concert featuring the upbeat Queen City Jazz Band at 7 p.m. Oct. 6. The traditional jazz band has drawn fans … more

Psalms Reborn concert features original music

Original music inspired by the Book of Psalms will be featured in a benefit concert that highlights the annual Feeding the 5,000 weekend at St. Luke's United Methodist Church in Highlands Ranch, which raises awareness, money and food for those in … more

‘This is Colorado’ exhibit has renowned artist as juror

Well-recognized Colorado artist Lance Green is the juror chosen for Heritage Fine Arts Guild’s annual “This Is Colorado” exhibit, which opens with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Oct. 12 in the Colorado Gallery of the Arts at Arapahoe Community … more

Be there and be square

Ask a group of square dancers what impact their passion has had on their lives, and you’ll get one answer over and over: “I met my spouse square dancing.” It’s not hard to see why — how many opportunities does one get to laugh and twirl … more

Book delves deep into history of Douglas County

Frankstown, Pine Valley, Plum, Cherry Valley, Spring Valley, Westcreek, Louviers, Roxborough, Larkspur … some are names we use today and others remain attached to older images and maps. But all are part of the Douglas County story, as most … more

Andy Jennings

A life in the park I’m South Suburban’s director of parks and open space. I’ve been with SSPRD since January 2016. Previously, I was manager of parks and golf in Thornton for 26 years. South Suburban is a great system — it’s the largest … more

‘When it comes to injuries, listen to your body’

Before entering her career, Julie Nickoley’s studies at Metro State required her to get clinical hours at different colleges and high schools across Colorado, where she worked with a professional to get on-the-job training. During these clinical … more

Ball raises awareness, money for diabetes

Comedian and actor George Lopez will emcee and rock legend Lenny Kravitz will perform at this year's Carousel Ball, a biennial event that benefits the Children's Diabetes Foundation, which is dedicated to increasing awareness for diabetes and … more

Big bad lizard life is theme of show at Denver museum

With interest in dinosaurs at a peak in the metro area these days, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, 2001 Colorado Blvd., Denver, will bring in an exhibit called “Ultimate Dinosaurs,” opening on Oct. 6 with general admission. (Audio guides … more

Performers join forces to raise money for fund

When lights went up on “Miscast” at Littleton’s Town Hall Arts Center on Sept. 25, the audience was treated to an evening of unparalleled silliness by a number of Denver’s top performers, who contribute their time and talents to an annual … more

The big cheese

Chef John Wu and his wife Hong came to the United States to pursue their dreams. John’s was to be a chemist. Hong’s was to run a restaurant. After finishing his master’s degree in chemistry at the University of Texas El Paso, Wu opted … more

Chanpheng Botham

Taking some me time I’m on a mini-sabbatical from corporate America. My most recent position was as a residual pricing manager for a credit card processing company. It was a lot of dealing with sales people and contract negotiation. It was … more

‘My Brilliant Divorce’ took winding route to reach stage in Denver

Longtime Highlands Ranch resident Richard Pegg, who grew up and was trained in the UK, has been involved in 193 theatrical productions in Colorado: as director, set designer and three times in small parts as an actor, he said. When such a person … more

Lincoln lives on in Littleton man

John Voehl lives something of a double life. A retired Lockheed aerospace engineer from Littleton, he’s a devoted husband and grandfather. But to thousands of people across the country, he’s Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president. Voehl is … more

A bloody good time for Bonfils

Hundreds of people running for their lives from packs of bloodthirsty vampires may sound like a nightmare, but for Lauren Jones, organizer of the 2017 Vampire 5K at Flat Acre Farms in Parker on Sept. 30, it's a dream come true. Jones and her … more

Hudson Gardens is perfect place for September stroll

September is a colorful time to visit Littleton’s Hudson Gardens, 6115 S. Santa Fe Drive, for a stroll. The giant Victoria water lilies are blooming amidst their huge dappled leaves; dahlias and mums are in full color; and some roses summon up a … more

Author gives details on process of creation

“The first book took me five years,” said Highlands Ranch author Wendy Terrien, talking about her carefully plotted “Rampart Guards,” which was named to Kirkus Review’s Best Books of 2016. Her Jason Lex Adventure Series follows with two … more

Adult drama on stage raises tough questions

Family dynamics have for centuries provided the basis for drama. Playwright Bathsheba Doran gives the audience a contemporary spin as we sit in on a dinner party with decidedly 21st-century elements in Firehouse Theater Company’s regional premiere … more

Portraits of refugees reflect the life behind the face

On Aug. 10, Denver Art Museum’s Curator of Photography, Eric Paddock, noted that the United Nations estimated that 65.6 million people around the world are displaced.And then he introduced … more

My Name Is... Bill Adams

Have software engineering skills, will travel I’m retired Air Force. I’m originally from Detroit. I’ve been in Colorado since 1990. Before that I was on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi, and before that was Oklahoma, at Tinker Air Force … more
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