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Photographer David Doubilet began snorkeling at age 8 at summer camp and by 12, he was shooting pictures underwater, using a Brownie Hawkeye camera placed in a rubber anesthesiologist bag supplied by a supportive father — with less than … more
MillerCoors says it is dedicated to sustainability. Last month, the company officially reached its goal of having all of it's major breweries be landfill-free, including the one in Golden. “As … more
In a recent conversation with a longtime friend and client, our discussion became centered on the effort it takes to achieve success. And as we talked about our daily and weekly schedules and goals, it became abundantly clear that my friend had … more
Enough. The next time I hear someone say “wow factor” around me, I am going to hit them over the head with a palindrome. The same goes for “no worries.” I live on the outskirts of Clicheville, and I want to keep it that way. I … more
Today, thousands of servicemen and servicewomen and recent military veterans have seen combat on multiple deployments. Many have seen their buddies killed or witnessed death up close. Many have also been wounded and had to endure extended and … more
Terry Neff’s 7-year-old son was diagnosed with bilateral integration disorder — the inability to coordinate the body’s left and right sides — in preschool. Modern technology, specifically a tablet, helped him overcome the challenge. When … more
Dramatic storytelling in a new exhibit at the Denver Art Museum includes exquisite craftsmanship, huge murals created from Japanese woodcuts, fierce-looking armored warriors, war regalia and a sense of pageantry. “At first, it sounds like wild … more
It will be strange to visit Cherry Creek and not see Mike Brookhart either coaching on the sidelines or visiting with someone while watching a Bruins athletic team compete. I can remember covering games decades ago while writing for the Rocky … more
Last summer, we received news about the Black Cube, a nomadic museum that would hold pop-up exhibits at various locations, beginning in September with the Trading Post at Red Rocks. A new group of Artist Fellows has been announced for 2016 and … more
The Denver Ballet Theatre will present “Paquita,” a great ballet from the classical repertoire, on April 14 and 15 at the PACE Center, 20000 Pikes Peak Ave., Parker. Three professional dancers will join the DBT ensemble of 50 to retell the … more
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