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A couple hundred people left a Lakewood planning commission meeting satisfied on Sept. 9. Lakewood planning commission voted against relocating a men’s community corrections facility from the … more
Well-known Denverites will don costumes and do goofy things during the Celebrity Waiter 2015 dinner on Sept. 19 at Ocean Prime Restaurant, 1465 Larimer St. This annual fundraiser and silent … more
When it comes to education on any level, one of the things that I find so interesting is the expectation around the learning results. I see it time and time again with companies and individuals where they believe the learning only happens in the … more
An overwhelming majority of Coloradans agree that protecting our watersheds, preserving our natural resources and conserving our priceless public lands are not only important for our health and environment, but also for our state’s thriving … more
The sign above the counter reads “Valkommen.” A clock on the wall — eight hours ahead — is set to Stockholm time. If patrons didn't know any better, they'd think they were in the heart of Sweden. It's a natural part of the landscape in … more
Millennials flocking to Colorado for jobs and new, more liberal social policies. Baby boomers retiring in droves, looking to downsize. Those are just a couple of reasons there are long lines of prospective tenants at apartment leasing offices, … more
Photography by late Denver photographer and gallery owner Hal Gould (1920-2015) will be exhibited Sept. 19 to Oct. 2 at Curtis Arts and Humanities Center, 2349 E. Orchard Road, Greenwood Village. An opening reception will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. … more
More than four decades ago, in 1974, local artists approached Foothills Art Center with the idea of organizing a national watercolor show. The idea and name were eventually expanded to Watermedia, which includes other water-based paint … more
With new artistic director Gavin Mayer on board since last spring, the Avenue Theater starts its new season with a somewhat twisted bit of comedy — Eric Coble's “Bright Ideas,” which is played for laughs, but has a shadow cleverly cast by … more
Seventeen-year-old Rachel Scott was the first victim of the Columbine High School massacre in 1999, and she left behind diaries filled with inspirational words. Those interested in hearing about her legacy and message are encouraged to come to a … more
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