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Ruby Herrera has brought an aspect of her military training into her fitness regimen. Rucking — carrying a weighted pack — is a trendy exercise with unglamorous roots in the military, where it is a staple of training. Part of the test for … more
Photography is a relatively new art, especially compared to mediums like sculpture and painting. But in its time, photography has become one of the most dynamic and elastic mediums. For its first photography exhibits is several years, the Arvada … more
Diane Bukatman, who founded For the Love of Food cooking school in Golden, learned to make sushi in 2004 while working at a Washington, D.C., restaurant. One co-worker was a Japanese sushi chef for the restaurant, she said. Fascinated by the art, … more
For veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder after serving abroad, it can seem sometimes like nothing helps. But Rick Beaver, a Vietnam veteran, has found a surprising balm for some symptoms of PTSD. “Yoga is a good way for … more
We’re all happier when we’re getting our way — one of the universal principles. Learn about the “OK Zone” and how to use it to your advantage. The OK Zone was developed by psychologists Muzafer Sherif and Carl Hovland. They referred to … more
Members of the Englewood Camera Club will gather at 7 p.m. on Jan. 10 to hear photographer and workshop leader Matt Shetzer talk about various wildlife photography concepts geared towards photographing raptors, bears and small birds. Challenges … more
Since it first opened Off-Broadway in 2003, “Avenue Q” has been an audience favorite nationwide, despite its unusual cast of singing, on occasion tough-talking, oversized hand puppets and unconcealed puppeteers — plus a few … more
“Preserving the History and Tradition,” they say, is the purpose of The Colorado Cowboy Poetry Gathering. Twenty-eight years ago a group of theater and history fans decided to celebrate a particularly Western American tradition with a weekend … more
The collective title of an art exhibit coming to Littleton’s Town Hall Arts Center is “On Vacation,” said painter Don Hartman. His works are called “On Vacation with the Boys” and Dustin Hartley’s paintings are called … more
So your New Year’s resolution is to drop a few pounds or just generally be a little more fit. Maybe you want to run your first 5K race — or the first one in a long time. There’s one problem: iI’s cold outside. Like, really cold some days. … more
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