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Most people wear 20 percent of their clothing 80 percent of the time, according to the Arapahoe Community College Sustainability Club, and some people at ACC want to help them get rid of their unwanted garments. “Swap ‘til you drop” is the … more
Four TLC Meals on Wheels drivers had company on their routes March 25 as mayors Joe Jefferson of Englewood, Cathy Noon of Centennial, Bruce Beckman of Littleton and Dallas Hall of Sheridan volunteered to help make the deliveries. Ron Rakowski of … more
Milan Hejduk sits in the ceremony room at the Department of Homeland Security at 12484 East Weaver Place, Centennial, awaiting his turn to become a United States citizen. The former right winger wears an expression of anxious anticipation, a look … more
Information, demonstrations and free health screenings will be available at the Active Aging Expo being held from 3 to 6 p.m. on April 7 at Englewood’s Malley Senior Recreation Center, 3380 S. Lincoln St. “This is the second year we are … more
Spring break used to be just that, a break. It was a couple days off from homework assignments, a time to watch a movie, not think about any class projects that might be pending and get a few days off from baseball practice. These days, … more
As a journalist, you’re never supposed to make the story about you. You’re just the eyes and ears for the community. That’s not always an easy task, especially when you have to report an event that hits close to home. I lost a close … more
Coaches and managers at all levels of baseball — from Little League to the major leagues — have become concerned about the overuse of pitchers’ arms. The number of pitches thrown, or the pitch count, is monitored closely in the hope of … more
“Gods and Goddesses, Mythical and Magical” is the intriguing title for the 90-member Denver Concert Band's final formal performance of this season at Lone Tree Arts Center, set for 2:30 p.m. April 10. Jacinda Bouton of Lone Tree is conductor of … more
The Colorado Wind Ensemble, with new conductor David Kish, a Metro State University faculty member, will perform with and alongside the Queen City Jazz Band in a program titled “Playing With Fire” on April 2 and 3. The program includes: … more
“Most of my work is done in the studio, but the body of work here was done entirely outdoors. I took a portable easel and art supplies out each day and searched for a nearby view that I thought might become the basis of a composition. Then I would … more
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