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Starting on June 6, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science will present a new National Geographic nature film, “Pandas: The Journey Home,” which sounds like a fine way to start a summer vacation focused on exploration. It tells a hopeful story of … more
An annual ritual for the Mountain Artists, the Student Art Show in May recognizes and honors the artistry of Teller County’s youths. “It’s important to encourage students and young people,” … more
Despite suffering a devastating car accident in January 2002, Ethan Myers, 22, exhibits resiliency spiced with optimism. Myers was 9 when he was a passenger, with his brother Luke, in a car driven … more
In celebration of its 35th anniversary, Swallow Hill Music in south Denver is delivering more music to more people in more places. And its latest effort to expand its music community comes with wheels. more
The City of Cripple Creek is presenting a professional rodeo over the weekend of June 13 -15 at the Teller County Fairgrounds with cowboys and cowgirls competing in traditional rodeo events, plying … more
The City of Cripple Creek is presenting a professional rodeo over the weekend of June 13 -15 at the Teller County Fairgrounds with cowboys and cowgirls competing in traditional rodeo events, plying … more
Many area families have delighted in the experience of visiting the Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster and having a lovely creature light on them. South-metro families can make a shorter trip this summer, as Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield and … more
“At the desk it's all about the luscious sense, sound and possibilities of language. On the water it's all about the fish and the beautiful places they live. The only real difficulties you encounter are in getting from one place to the other.” … more
In a time when the nation worries about out-of-shape children, students at Lake George Charter School walked three miles on May 7. An annual event, Walk for Education, is a fundraiser for the school. … more
A project initiated by the city’s historic preservation committee, the mural on the side of The Cowhand signals a push to put Woodland Park on the artistic map. Painted by Dixie Clare, the mural … more
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