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Stretches and stouts at Arvada brewery

Beer is not normally associate with the practice of yoga. But the trend of combining the two is growing in the Denver Metro area and Allie Beckmann is bringing it to the Arvada community every other Saturday at Odyssey Beerwerks. Beckmann said … more

Wares by refugee women to be sold in Denver gallery

The website for “We Made This” includes a quote from Ghanaian diplomat Kofi Annan (United Nations secretary general from 1997-2006): “There is no tool for development more effective than the empowerment of women.” “We Made This,” a … more

Love of game keeps local man playing

Westminster resident Davery Ibuado puts baseball at the top of his summer weekend “things to do” list as he joins more than 1,000 metro-area men participating in about 80 Denver Amateur Baseball Association teams. “I played baseball in high … more

History Camp event gets larger space in Lakewood

“I Am Not a Savage: Lakota Performers in Wild West Shows” by Steve Friesen, director of the Buffalo Bill Cody Museum; “General Iron Works, Englewood, Colorado” by Doug Cohn; “La Santa Muerte: A Mexican Saint of Lost Causes” by Christine … more

My name is...Scott Pinkney

About me I was born and raised in Colorado, in the Golden area. We love being so close to the mountains. I love winter. We have sledding trips every year for the family. I had a friend who passed away from liver cancer. We learned that when he … more

Homemade leaves home

Joanne Littau seems to float as she works, blending strawberries and rhubarb with pectin and lemon juice with the deftness and grace of an orchestra conductor. Ceramic pigs peer down at pots of jam bubbling like cauldrons on the stove of her little … more

So much creative spirit

Over the June 30 weekend, thousands of nerds, geeks, fanboys, fangirls and creators filled the halls of the Colorado Convention Center for Denver Comic Con. Visitors were able to peruse aisles of comics, drawings, memorabilia, and interactive … more

Phamaly lets the hope shine through in ‘Annie’

Denver’s theater scene is vibrant and diverse, but not many companies are harnessing creativity like Phamaly Theatre Company, which works entirely with people with disabilities to bring unique theatrical experiences to audiences. “For … more

Even brain tumor could not stop mother’s dedication to nourish baby

Kelsey Danker, 24, sat in the living room of her Arvada apartment hugging her one-year-old son, Bodhi. It had been a long year. After 30 hours of labor, Banker gave birth to her son on June 5, 2016. After meeting and breastfeeding her son for the … more

Westminster pushes local grocery story for September opening

The clock is ticking for a new grocery store to cash in on financial incentives from the city. Vern Tharp, president of Local Foods Campus, Inc., said it’s an aggressive schedule to be open in September, but is confident it can happen. The … more

North Metro Muslims ends fast

With food, streamers and other decorations in their prayer room, Muslims from the Northglenn community gathered Sunday, June 25th at the mosque on Irma Street for the first day of Eid al-Fitr. The special celebration, which can last from one to … more

My name is...Mary Hermann

About me I was born in Kansas in Phillips County right next to the Nebraska line in a little town called Speed. There are still buildings there, but it’s not an incorporated town. (My family) moved to outside Wichita when the war began. My … more

How to plan a last-minute family vacation

For families who hope to take a family vacation this summer but have put off the planning and the budgeting, there are still plenty of options. Organizing a last-minute family trip can be fun without breaking the bank, if you know what steps to … more

High school theater achievements noted with awards presentation

The fifth annual Bobby G Awards, which recognize Colorado high schools’ winning musical theater productions, designated Valor Christian High School senior Elleon Dobias as outstanding actress in a competition between 42 Colorado High Schools — … more

‘Lazy Days of Summer’ is theme of gallery exhibition in Littleton

The Lazy Days of Summer” is open at the Depot Art Gallery, 2069 W. Powers Ave., Littleton, through July. Winners will be announced by juror Tanis Bula at 7 p.m. July 7, during a reception held from 5:30 to 8 p.m. See depotartgallery.org. More … more

SafeCare is resource when parents don’t know everything

When Westminster’s Delrae Mondragon faced the responsibilities of her son DJ’s medical needs, as well as the normal struggles of parenting, she realized she could use some help. And then, she went and found it in a course offered through … more

Camp offers area kids a summer of service

Two years ago Rabbi Benjy Brackman, of the Chabad House Synagogue, received a phone call from an unknown woman that, he says, has changed his life. “This woman was looking for some community service for her son. He had made a wrong decision, … more

My name is...Kira Kloser

About me I grew up in Westminster. My parents are still in the same house. My two older brothers and grandma all live really close by. The thing I love most about Westminster is it’s truly my home, I grew up here, I work here, I live as … more

A look at wedding traditions

The joining of two people in matrimony calls for many different traditions depending on the religion the couple is rooted in. Most religions recognize a formal assertion of marriage, but there is a difference in how verbal the couple themselves … more
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