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Back in the 1960s, I think it was Malcolm X or LeRoi Jones who said, “The landscape should belong to the people who see it all the time.” Not long after that, in November 1978, Boulder … more
Say it ain’t so, Glo! Gloria Neal, a fixture in Denver radio and television, is leaving our fair city to take a job as the morning news anchor at CBS-affiliate WGCL in Atlanta. On April 7, Neal posted on her Facebook page: “Where do I begin? I have … more
Nature writer Mary Taylor Young of Castle Rock will speak at a Highlands Ranch Historical Society meeting at 7 p.m. April 20. The location is the upstairs auditorium at Southridge Recreation Center, 4800 McArthur Ranch Road, Highlands Ranch. Guests … more
The big cat prowled the ridges of Rampart Range for years. A calf here, a lamb there – the huge animal took pretty much what he wanted. Tipping the scales and 160 pounds, and having paws 5 … more
It seems particularly important to reflect on homeland security and how our views change over time. In response to a different threat and a different world back in the early 1980s, American civil … more
A visitor favorite since she first appeared in 1984, “Linda,” by Denver sculptor John DeAndrea, is kept in a dark, climate-controlled storage area at Denver Art Museum when not on display. DeAndrea’s hyperrealist human figure sculptures … more
On April 13, get a sneak peak of the highly acclaimed golf movie “The Squeeze” with producer/director and producer/actress days before the national theater release. The event is a benefit for The First Tee of Denver. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. … more
Some places in this world suffer from a crazed sort of meanness – violence, if you will. I have felt it in some parts of Nebraska, Nevada, areas in California, but maybe only in one locale in … more
Elements 5280 Gallery, 5940 S. Holly St., Greenwood Village, presents a show called “Landscapes of the West” by seven well-recognized Colorado artists through April 8. Included: Don Hamilton, Doug Martin, Ed Zorensky, Kent Lemon, Leon … more
Casa Bonita, the 41-year-old Lakewood institution known more for its “eatertainment” than its food, has been awarded landmark status by the Lakewood Historical Society. But neither Casa Bonita’s food nor its pop culture icon status earned … more
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