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It was the most anticipated show of the summer. For a few brief moments Aug. 21, the sky dimmed, the warm summer day took on a chill, and birds ceased to fly. The moon passed before the sun, and on the west lawn of Arapahoe Community College in … more
Hundreds descended on the state Capitol in Denver on Aug. 20 to rally for peace and oppose war in North Korea, the use of nuclear weapons, racial violence and terrorism in the United States. “We’re here to speak truth to power in Denver,” … more
Should I cast people out in my life or put myself in peril to help them? That's the decision some area residents increasingly have had to make lately, said Todd McPherson, a leader with Integrated Family Community Services, a nonprofit located … more
What do square dancers, Venetian canal boats, and soap box derby racers have in common? They all rolled down Main Street in Littleton for the annual Western Welcome Week Grand Parade. Crowds thronged the streets on Aug. 19 as the nearly two-hour … more
Englewood resident Jessica Luem said while she has always done what she could to help those in need, she never dreamed it would become a full-time job. But it has, as she is now director of CitySquare Denver, an organization seeking to provide … more
The sky wasn't exactly falling, but the hundred or so people gathered around Cooley Lake at South Platte Park to watch the Perseid meteor shower on Aug. 12 didn't seem to mind. Sparks flitted into the sky from a pair of campfires, and families … more
The proposal to build a self-storage facility south of the Denver Seminary on South Santa Fe Drive died at the Aug. 15 Littleton city council meeting, with members largely citing public outcry and a poor fit for their long-term goals for the river … more
Smoke and screams filled the air as emergency responders from several regional agencies converged on a field of debris in the Inverness business park near County Line Road and I-25 on Aug. 8. Actors, covered in artificial blood and gory simulated … more
Too many cooks is usually a good way to ruin a good thing, but in the case of delivering safe, renewable drinking water to customers in the Denver metro area, the more partners the better. That’s the thinking behind the Water Infrastructure and … more
Centennial author Cyndee Rae Lutz has gained a lot of momentum for her debut book, “When Your Heart Belongs to an Addict: A Healing Perspective.” The title recently received a staff recommendation from Tattered Cover Book Store and has rave … more
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