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It was a serious pain to switch from standard gauge down to the narrow gauge to get through the mountains. Making transfers to different rolling stock (on both ends of the journey), smaller payloads, … more
The miniature Holiday Train will be chugging around its track at Hudson Gardens through New Year’s Day, adding to the festive lighting throughout the gardens at 6115 S. Santa Fe Drive, Littleton. … more
It was a teen dream come true for Evergreen sisters Caitlin and Sidney Powell, 16 and 13 respectively, when their band Facing West landed a record deal recently with Pando Records, a Warner Music Group Label. more
There is a long-standing Irish tradition that, just before Christmas, you start cleaning out everything. Give everything a good scrubbing. Clear the clutter. Sweep out the carriage house and the … more
“Is your house on fire, Clark?” “No, Aunt Bethany, those are the Christmas lights.” Twenty-one Highlands Ranch homeowners entered the annual House Decorating Contest this holiday season — and luckily, none of them caused a citywide … more
Working cowboys, ranches, rural architecture and the landscape are William Matthews' subjects. His work is featured in connection with the National Western Stock Show in the Ninth Annual Petrie Institute of Western American Art Symposium on … more
After 47 years in the restaurant business, Jose and Phyllis Trujillo decided to retire and “enjoy their family, travel, garden and just relax,” says the introduction to the new “Jose's Family Cookbook.” The gardening part meant growing … more
Bucky Pizzarelli, Ed Laub, Frank Vignola and Vinny Raniolo will represent three generations of swinging guitarists when their ensemble appears at Lone Tree Arts Center on Jan. 4 for a one-of-a-kind concert. Pizarelli, at 88, still keeps up a full … more
Anyone who has seen offspring through ages 4-6 or so has marveled at their ability to pronounce and identify the tyrannosaurus, pteranodon and many more prehistoric critters. And, we have noted an almost irrational fondness for trains. And … more
The audience is pretty much sitting in Honora's living room as the over-the top Christmas decorations compete for one's attention. (Set designer Tyler Clark really collected an amazing assortment of items, down to the refrigerator magnets, blinking … more
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