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Barney Montano started working for Thornton Rec Center in 1994 as a part-time employee, teaching taekwondo on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Twenty-one years later, Montano was named as the most tenured part-time employee — but more important was the … more
Most of us fantasize about the perfect life: Where we will live? What will our spouse be like? How about our children? In The Edge Theater’s production of “Woman in Mind,” an English housewife finds herself living alongside her dream … more
Since Labor Day weekend, people have headed to Heritage Square to take one last ride on the Alpine Slide. The slide, which closed on Oct. 11, was something that never went out of style, said general manager Debbie Hottinger. “It was a … more
Many young families are working in a little bit of reading and math teaching with children as they go about daily errands. They have great ideas to share and more are found on and the / Learning Through … more
A web of partnerships in Arvada has bound the city, Rose Roots gardeners, farmers and neighbors in the Five Parks development together to grow a simple community garden into a steadfast supplier of food for the community's hungry. Started in … more
The Denver Film Society hosted Academy Award-winning actress Marisa Tomei on Oct. 7 during the grand opening of the Sie FilmCenter. Through a generous donation from Anna and John J. Sie, the Sie … more
Chairs are arranged on three sides of the theater space and a large screen fills the fourth wall as audiences arrive for the regional premiere of “Sondheim on Sondheim” at Cherry Creek Theatre. Readers will remember “West Side Story,” … more
Early-music lovers in the Denver metro area have the opportunity to hear the complex “Monteverdi Vespers 1610” performed by the 42-member Boulder-based Seicento Baroque Ensemble, directed by Evanne Browne, who has led a previous performance of … more
Few things fit October better than Halloween and horror movies — but the key to any good film in either of these genres is the right use of music. Films such as “Psycho,” “The Exorcist” … more
Without Ngima Karma Sherpa and Danuru Sherpa, hundreds of people from all over the world would have never experienced the joy of summiting Mount Everest. The two Nepalese men are professional mountaineering guides and trained rescuers. “They … more
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