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A new book’s publishing date is Nov. 17 and the whole title is: “Science of Parenthood: Thoroughly Unscientific Explanations for Utterly Baffling Parenting Situations,” which may impart a bit of the flavor. Where else will you find a pie … more
“Passion, love, sexual awakening, religion and the darkness of the human psyche” enter into critics’ discussions of Peter Shaffer’s Tony Award-winning play “Equus.” It plays at The Avenue Theater in Denver through Nov. 21 in a strongly … more
Chad Ritter knows the difficulty of returning home. The U.S. Marine Corps veteran served during the push into Iraq in 2003. After sustaining wounds — including a traumatic brain injury — in three separate attacks, Ritter was sent home with … more
The average victory margin in the first round of the Class 5A football playoffs games was 23.3 points despite two games decided by five points and one by eight points. Second-round games will likely be closer but Chaparral, Heritage and Mountain … more
Seven south metro area volleyball teams won in region playoff pool play to advance to the state tournament, which will be held Nov. 13 and 14 at the Denver Coliseum. Chaparral, Rock Canyon, Legend, Arapahoe and Cherry Creek will start three-team … more
“Signature” is an exhibit running through November at Elements 5280 Gallery, 5940 S. Holly Street, Greenwood Village. It will feature works by Buffalo Kaplinski, who lives in Douglas County; Colorado native Don Hamilton; Michigan colored pencil … more
Denver's own songstress, Lannie Garrett, returns with her popular Gypsy jazz show, Under Paris Skies, beginning at 8 p.m. Nov. 7 and continuing every Saturday through Nov. 28 at Lannie's … more
The world’s population is 7 billion. I had no idea When I found out, it changed the way I look at things. There’s a major story every day. It’s just like Top 40 radio in the 1950s and 1960s. A story will chart for a few days or a … more
It could be a pendant or an amulet or a child's toy. No one really knows for sure. What is known is that it was hand-crafted by a hunter-gatherer living around 5,000 years ago in what is now Douglas County, and many agree that the clay figurine … more
Most teenage boys like to sleep late on Saturdays. Tyler Stewart, a 15-year-old sophomore at Ponderosa High School, wakes up and usually leaves his bed by 6:30 a.m. to begin his nine-mile bike ride to Promise Ranch, a therapeutic equestrian center … more
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