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“The Quiet Season: Remembering Country Winters” by Jerry Apps2013, Wisconsin Historical Society Press $22.95 / higher in Canada 150 pages It snowed overnight. You saw it first thing this morning, and you grumbled. You know how much extra … more
Lighting up the holidays has become an annual tradition for the Denver Botanic Gardens, and this year the York Street and Chatfield gardens are back, brighter than ever. Blossoms of Light, 1007 York St. in Denver, and Trail of Lights, 8500 W. … more
Fifteen Colorado hotels made it onto Conde Nast Traveler’s 2014 Gold List of the “511 Best Places on Earth.” The historic Oxford Hotel and Hotel Teatro were the only two Denver hotels that made it onto the list. The other Colorado hotels … more
You can look, but don’t touch those friendly looking police dogs at Denver International Airport. They’re on the job working to protect travelers, and can’t use the distraction. 9News reported last week that DIA has come up with a … more
The Edge Theatre is putting on perhaps its daring production yet — by being about as un-edgy as possible — for the holidays. The theater’s latest production, “Gifted,” is family comedy that is suitable for all ages, a first for the … more
The 40 West Arts District is already getting out the word for its first two shows of 2014. The first show of the year will be a contemporary fiber exhibition called Unraveled: Fiber Reimagined. The exhibition will run from Jan. 31 through Feb. 22 … more
Early literacy is an issue of crucial importance to all parents, and the deaf and hard of hearing community faces an even tougher challenge in making sure their students know how to read and communicate. Arlene Gunderson, outreach director for … more
Lakewood High School students capped off a year of national recognition by donating a check for more than $9,000 to the Red Cross. The funds came from sales of the school’s “One World, One Roar” T-shirt. On Dec. 3 representatives of the Red … more
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Radio talk show conservative Mike Rosen, who turned 69 Dec. 5, is taking his show to a slightly different time slot beginning Jan. 2. “KOA (850 AM) is about the only station in the country that delays Rush (Limbaugh) two hours,” Rosen told me … more
One of the holiday mainstays for arts and craft lovers, the Foothills Art Center annual holiday market is here again to supply Colorado-made gifts. The market runs through Sunday, Dec. 29, at the center, 809 15th St. in Golden, and features the … more
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