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Rodeo cowboys Landon Mecham and Chase Bennettroll out of Salt Lake City a little after 8 a.m., eight-plus hours on the road ahead of them. Their route through the heart of the Rockies will land them in the rolling hills of Colorado’s eastern … more
The best escape from the summer heat is water, and the Arvada Center is overflowing with talent during its diverse watercolor exhibition. The Summer of Watercolor is on display at the center, 6901 Wadsworth Blvd., through Aug. 28. The show is … more
On June 16 the approximately 4,000 furry, feathered, scaly and finned residents of the Denver Zoo will host a crowd of well-dressed visitors, who have purchased tickets to “Do at the Zoo” to help ensure that the aforementioned residents continue … more
Bike to Work Day has grown by leaps and bounds over the past several years, and organizers are expecting an even bigger turnout this year. The free annual event falls on Wednesday, June 22, and will feature stations all over the metro area, … more
Grace Zitoli loves to sing and dance. She has won art awards for her paintings and reads “National Geographic.” She loves chocolate and 7-Up. And she has donated 10 inches of her hair to Locks of Love three times. “Every day with her is … more
Lutheran Medical Center is hosting its 9th Leaves of Hope Race and Cancer Survivors Celebration with a timed 5k and 10k race, survivor walk and activities for the whole family on Sunday, June 5. As Jefferson County’s largest National Cancer … more
Normally at 4:30 a.m., people are asleep. But for about 50 people on a recent morning, the time was perfect to head to Red Rocks Amphitheatre to watch the best show in town —a Colorado sunrise. As the first light of day began to creep above the … more
Clad in a turquoise jacket and bicycle pants and wearing a helmet, 90-year-old Gerald Hadduck can be seen riding on the trails adjacent to the 27-acre campus of Covenant Village of Colorado. On average, he rides 10-12 miles per day during the warm … more
Wheat Ridge High School celebrated its 2016 commencement ceremony with the newest crop of Farmer graduates on May 20. more
For generations, the Army was the place boys were sent to be made into men. That’s certainly the case in Neil Simon’s classic, “Biloxi Blues” — but it’s never that simple. Along the way, the characters learn the road to adulthood can … more
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