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My first concert was Tom Petty at Fiddler’s Green in 1990 when I was 5 years old. At that age I don’t remember much, except how I felt when he played “Free Fallin’.” Hearing everyone singing along in unison showed me how music could bring … more

My Name Is: Isabell Watson

A family person I just graduated from Front Range Community College in Fort Collins. I received two associate's degrees in science: one in forestry, wildlife and natural resources and one in wildlife technologies. I'm originally from Arvada. I … more

Colorado photographer sees the big picture

From his Summit County home near Silverthorne, 9,000 feet above sea level, John Fielder watches an approaching storm front, waiting to find if it will bring rain or snow. “One the edge of bad weather is where I get my best shots,” Fielder … more

Colorado cideries embrace old and new

Colorado is home to nearly 230 breweries, which means practically every kind of beer a person could crave can be found with a little legwork. But let’s face it — beer isn’t for everyone. For those with a more diverse palate or just … more

In health, and in sickness: ‘We have to be close’

Chris Cummins sits on the floor, cross-legged, facing his wife Cindy in the recliner where she spends most of her day. With her right hand, she strokes her Chihuahua, Porscha, snuggled in her lap. Lining the wall near the chair is a pile of … more

Westminster High thespians tell their stories

The questions Westminster High’s theater students have been putting to their family members might seem a little strange. “What’s in a funeral that took you by surprise?” or “What’s your position on death?” Those are a few of the … more

My Name Is: Gina Palombo

About Me I grew up in Thornton, Colorado as a farming family that lived in the suburbs. I’m fortunate enough to have all of my family in the area - my parents, my two brothers and my husband’s parents and brother. In the … more

Eye movement therapy offers help for trauma

Brandy Martin had long sought treatment for her multiple sclerosis, chronic migraines and some traumatic childhood memories. And for more than 25 years, nothing worked effectively until she tried Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing … more

Artist's muses are sunlight and shadow

For painter Danielle Hatherley, art "is about the resonance between light and dark in landscapes.” That's what she writes in her Artist Statement. “In the landscape, that energy-filled moment … more

Fall fun for 2017 in the Denver area

It's fall in Colorado, and that means pumpkins, corn mazes, hayrides and zombies. The Colorado Department of Agriculture has compiled a list of the events planned. Go to www.colorado.gov and search … more

‘When it comes to injuries, listen to your body’

Before entering her career, Julie Nickoley’s studies at Metro State required her to get clinical hours at different colleges and high schools across Colorado, where she worked with a professional to get on-the-job training. During these clinical … more

Westminster Ciclovia offers spokes for folks

Ciclovia may not be a word many people in Westminster know — yet. But the City of Westminster wants to change that, and sponsored its first annual Ciclovia event Sept. 23 in the soon-to-be developed downtown area. “Ciclovia literally … more

Native dancers gather to heal at Stonehocker Park

The intricatly designed attire and the dances on display at Northglenn’s Stonehocker Park Sept. 22 and 23 were the public display of something much deeper - a sense of community. The Lakota Way Healing Center sponored it’s third annual … more

Christian entertainer Lowry coming to Westminster

Mark Lowry, a Christian entertainer who sings, writes music and makes people laugh, will be in concert Oct. 14 at Life Fellowship, 11500 Sheridan Blvd. in Westminster. He said he is pleased the October date in Westminster is on the … more

My Name Is Rabbi Anat Moskowitz

About me I was born in Rechovot, Israel, we came to the U.S. in 1964, to California where my Father’s family was, and I moved to Colorado in August of 2001 for a Rabbi job at Temple Shalom in Colorado Springs, where I met my husband (he grew up … more

Big Dry Creek trail gets artistic touches

People walking along Westminster’s portion of the Big Dry Creek recreation path have some new things to see as artists complete another set of murals. Artists are painting murals on each side the underpasses in two places, where the trail goes … more

Ask a therapist: How to support children through grief, loss

Dear Ask a Therapist, Recently my children’s grandfather passed away. This is my children’s first experience with death. How can I support them with their grief, and how do I know when or if they need professional help? Dear Caring … more

Big blue box a retail attraction for Metro North

Although it was previously announced as a coming attraction, confirmation has now been documented that it is moving ahead for all of you retail shoppers. Our side of the Denver metro area is going to have its own IKEA store!! The Swedish … more

The big cheese

Chef John Wu and his wife Hong came to the United States to pursue their dreams. John’s was to be a chemist. Hong’s was to run a restaurant. After finishing his master’s degree in chemistry at the University of Texas El Paso, Wu opted … more

Lincoln lives on in Littleton man

John Voehl lives something of a double life. A retired Lockheed aerospace engineer from Littleton, he’s a devoted husband and grandfather. But to thousands of people across the country, he’s Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president. Voehl is … more
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