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Hudson Gardens, at 6115 S. Santa Fe Drive in Littleton, is transformed into a magical spot to visit through New Year’s Eve, with thousands of lights that twinkle and invite a visitor to walk along curving paths, through a lighted tunnel and beside … more
Federica Foltmann snuck around her living room couch on a recent afternoon in her Castle Pines home. Hiding around the corner was the 6-year-old girl she nannies. When Foltmann caught up, the shy but curious girl buried her face into … more
There was a time when holiday specials were an event for the whole family. When everyone would gather in front of the television to watch personalities like Dean Martin, Carol Burnett or Sonny and Cher host variety shows featuring music, skits and laughter. more
Bells rang at St. John Chrysostom Episcopal Church at precisely 7 p.m. on Election Night, just as they do every hour on the hour. “When the bells went off, that was the signal that we were not only beginning our worship, but the signal that the … more
Growing up in Indiana, Alex Bishop always dreamed of designing fun and exciting board games. So he and his childhood friends would create them and play them among themselves. But he’s also always had a passion for anything with two wheels, he … more
Three-and-half-year-old Landon de Booy of Lakewood wondered: Did stegosaurus dinosaurs have baby teeth that fell out and later grew in as adult teeth? It was one of the conversations Landon and his older brother Christian, 5, had with their … more
The third annual Taste of Westminster event, held Nov. 3 at the Rocky Mountain Summit Room inside of Front Range Community College in Westminster, featured dozens of vendors and hundreds of guests, who were eager to share their enthusiasm for fine … more
In what Dick Over has tagged the “I Love Me Room” at his home on Lookout Mountain, plaques, recognition certificates and medals take up every inch of the four walls. Scattered among them is other ski and war memorabilia, such as maps and … more
For years while working retail, Barbara Penning would find herself in a new city during the holidays. “When that happened, I’d try to think of ways I could celebrate the season differently,” she remembered. “I’d do things like go to a … more
Most of us open our hearts on occasion, but many do this far too infrequently. While this is a learned trait, it’s also something that is easily changed. It’s easily changed if you want to. An open heart provides more joy, better health, … more
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