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From the moment one walks onto the Martin Plaza outside the Denver Art Museum's Hamilton Building, the feet pick up a rhythm. “In Motion: An Outdoor Installation” in bright color invites the visitor to dance in and around it before entering the … more
I am not a politically motivated person. I don't fill my social media feeds with posts about my presidential candidate of choice. I don't even feel comfortable discussing politics in mixed company. … more
It is never comforting when you hear Wall Street analysts predict high volatility, below-average earnings and continued uncertainty around the globe. This would be enough to cause any investor to … more
So, how's your cat? Certain words are reborn from time to time, and get used over and over. And over. "So" is one of them. I am so honored, so thrilled, and so happy. And you may have … more
Have you ever heard that saying, "Use it or lose it?" It is probably one of those messages we have all heard time and time again, so much so that maybe it has lost some of its power or meaning, or we … more
Single tickets went on sale today for Colorado Ballet’s 56th season, which will include Swan Lake, The Nutcracker and Ballet MasterWorks at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House and The Little Mermaid at … more
Mallory Pugh displays a professional, no-frills attitude whether she is scoring a goal or delivering an assist in a soccer match. So her reaction July 12 to being named a forward on the U.S. Women's Olympic Soccer team for the Summer Games in Rio … more
Those of us that are over 50 remember when television was in black and white and they used to show old movies late at night or on Saturday afternoons. Creature Features was one of the standard fares … more
Much of the conversation this past year regarding our schools in the Wheat Ridge area centered on Jeffco Schools' facilities master plan. Great conversations, great questions, and a strong sense of … more
A revised facility plan was presented to the Jeffco School board on 6/14 with options for moving almost all sixth graders to middle school. The board unanimously agreed to this on Tuesday, without a … more
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