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As an elementary school teacher in New Mexico, Nick Mischel had to keep a certain appearance. “In teaching, you have to be relatively conservative,” Mischel said. “I was able to have a goatee, but not a full-on beard.” Three years ago, … more
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“Archetype Revival” explores ways in which traditional archetypes can be reinvented — the theme for the 2016 class of nine Design and Build students at Museum Outdoor Arts this summer. Traditional archetypes can indeed be reinvented — and a … more
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Mark Usery started officiating high school football games in 1979 to earn extra spending money when he was a student at Colorado State University. At that time, there were plenty of teachers, educators and young adults blowing whistles and … more
While the audience continues to find seats at Lakewood's The Edge Theater, four actors begin a slow game of pool in the Manhattan bar that takes up the entire stage space. They move slowly, carefully and gracefully around the table, which almost … more
An apparently unthinking and selfish action sabotaged Todd Wessels’ effort to break the Guinness world record for a 10-pin bowling marathon. Moe’s Original Bar B Que in Englewood donated the use of the lane and other support to Wessels’ … more
About me I was born in Denver and live in Wheat Ridge. My favorite thing about Lakewood is going to my nan’s house and visiting my great-grandparents. I like going to the creek behind their house. Mother Robyn Bucknam: Pearl’s parents grew up in Lakewood and are Lakewood High alums. Pearl frequently visits her grandmother’s house in Lakewood, and when she’s there she loves to play with her cousins and explore the greenbelt and creek by the house. Her grandmother is a jewelrymaker so Pearl loves to visit her nan’s studio and work on fun projects together. Ice skating in Belmar is a holiday tradition and Cider Days is always fun. more
Hundreds of people braved the weekend heat to enjoy some live bluegrass at the Golden Music Festival at Clear Creek History Park in Golden. In its 20th rendition, the June 10-12 turnout was probably the biggest yet, said Nathan Richie, director … more
Spiders are often over-feared and misunderstood. When a spider web and huge “Charlotte” appear in the yard you might turn them into family STEAM activities at home (science, technology, engineering, arts and math). Adults and children can … more
Rollin Zant can often be found hanging out during his sister’s shift at Bean Fosters, a coffee shop and used book store located off Golden Ridge Road in Golden. In Zant’s opinion, it’s the place to be for good coffee and friendly … more
The Brothers Grimm may have written some of the most famous stories in history, but sometimes they skimped on details when it came to character. Rory Pierce, writer and director of Miners Alley Playhouse’s children’s theater, says one of his … more
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