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Back in the 1960s, I think it was Malcolm X or LeRoi Jones who said, “The landscape should belong to the people who see it all the time.” Not long after that, in November 1978, Boulder … more
“The Tonight Show” host peeps intercepted a live shot exchange between 9News meteorologist and anchor discussing the weather forecast recently. If you’ve caught their act before, you know that Sabine and Clark love to banter during the … more
Michael Finkel's journalism career, torpedoed by a partly fabricated story, had just bottomed out when a phone call came asking why a man accused of murdering his wife and three children in Oregon was identifying himself “Mike Finkel, New York … more
Painter Sidney Ann Pitchford brings many skills to her exhibit of paintings at First Plymouth Congregational Church in Cherry Hills Village. She has been an art teacher, singer, professional entertainer, art supply store owner — and prolific … more
From the moment he heard Chimney Choir, Wonderbound's inventive director/choreographer Garrett Ammon saw a vision for his next collaborative effort to meld music and dance into a new production. Chimney Choir is a Denver indie/rock band with a flair … more
Lily (Deborah Persoff) is fussily rearranging furniture in her apartment when the doorbell rings. It's Michael Minetti (Preston Britton), the dance instructor she'd hired — to hopefully spin away her overwhelming loneliness. Things don't get off … more
Forty-five years ago, Littleton's mayor Vaughn Gardinier had a vision of how his hometown could be more beautiful: Line the streets with flowering crabapple trees. The city council appropriated money to plant the trees — and encouraged homeowners … more
When Parker writer Naomi Gaede Penner was in second grade in Tanana, Alaska, a village of 300 Athabascan Indians along the Yukon River, she had a teacher named Anna Bortel, who became her mother's close friend and a lifelong friend to Naomi as … more
For the past 10 years, they’ve been on the corner of University Boulevard and Highlands Ranch Parkway about once a month, holding signs with questions that prompt passing motorists to think about pressing national and local issues. “We’re … more
Say it ain’t so, Glo! Gloria Neal, a fixture in Denver radio and television, is leaving our fair city to take a job as the morning news anchor at CBS-affiliate WGCL in Atlanta. On April 7, Neal posted on her Facebook page: “Where do I begin? I have … more
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