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Years ago, Alex Boccia remembers being a young teen watching his first battle of the bands behind a fence near his Illinois home, dreaming that one day he would play that stage and win. Today, after realizing that dream, he’s helping students … more
In the form it takes today, cowboy gatherings have only been around for about 30 years. But they stem from the ways of the Old West, and people can experience the tradition at the 27th annual Colorado Cowboy Poetry Gathering, which comes to … more
When Claire Reifert became pregnant with her first child, she knew she would follow in her mother’s footsteps with natural childbirth. And in April 2014, she gave birth to her son with the help of a midwife at a birthing center in … more
People love to shop in Golden, and despite the cold evening on Dec. 23, shoppers came to Washington Avenue from all over to find some unique, last-minute gifts for the holiday season. Avenue Gifts has been in Golden for 10 years, and the shop has … more
Boulder painter Don Coen’s appealing “The Hush of Evening Snow,” with an almost-polka-dotted cow and calf, is the featured work in this year’s Coors Western Art Show, and will be added to the National Western’s permanent collection. … more
“James Gillray was a product of his time,” said print collector Arthur Gilbert in an opening statement about a man called the “father of modern caricature.” Gilbert introduced 71 colored etchings, political cartoons by Gillray, who was born … more
Liam Michael, 19, grew up attending a Unitarian Universalist church with his family in Portage, Michigan. It was nothing like the dogmatic religions of Catholicism, Judaism or Islam that have more black-and-white interpretations of the world. There … more
Longtime radio talk show host Mike Rosen announced recently that he is stepping down from his daily show on iHeartMedia's KOA NewsRadio 850 AM and 94.1 FM and will transition to a contributor … more
Not too long ago, Mary Haack of Lakewood had a discussion with her book club about the worst job interview each of them had. But it’s not as if the group met specifically to talk about job interviews. The setting in the beginning of the Stephen … more
Chabad of NW Metro Denver hosted its fifth annual Chanukah menorah lighting in Olde Town Arvada on Dec. 9. “We will not tolerate religious persecution, and must stand with others who are being persecuted because of their beliefs,” said Benjy Brackman, with the Chabad. “We don’t just practice religious freedom. We stand for it.” Photos by Clarke Reader more
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