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Parents of budding gymnasts can tell you the biggest investment they and their children make is time: Children in gymnastics programs can spend anywhere from an hour per week for children in recreational programs to 18 hours for those on the Junior … more
Restaurants, bakers and eateries brought their goods and goodies to approximately 2,000 hungry attendees at the Douglas County Fairgrounds Event Center for a celebration of food and drink on Aug. 18, at the 14th annual CenturyLink Taste of Douglas … more
What was the last song you heard that really told a story? Scrolling through the radio these days, the vast majority of songs are about feelings — usually love, or lack of — or songs addressing a particular person. None of this is bad, per … more
The premise of the musical “Together” is that by uniting youths who feel isolated or unappreciated with seniors, who often feel the same, great things can happen.The musical — … more
The Great Hall of the Highlands Ranch Mansion radiated dark hues of blues, purples and reds. On stage was a 10-piece band wearing top hats and all-black attire. The lead singer, Denver-based Lannie Garrett, rocked a gold-and-black sequined dress … more
Where I'm from I was born in Israel and moved to Texas when I was 1. I learned Hebrew and English at the same time. When I was 9, my family moved back to Israel for my father's job. We stayed there for three years and moved back to Texas until I … more
A photo essay by Shanna Fortier Hailey Coggins, 11, stood with her lamb, Pickles, outside the show ring at the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo Aug. 3 before participating in intermediate showmanship. Her mother, Leigh-Ann Coggins, reminded her … more
“Balance in Motion,” a newly installed kinetic sculpture, has spheres, hoops and swooping arcs that refer to the balls, racquets and clubs that see daily use in warm weather at the Littleton Golf and Tennis Club at 5800 S. Federal Blvd. Sculptor … more
“Mabel Dodge Luhan and Company: American Moderns and the West” is the title of an exhibit that has taken over the Harwood Museum in Taos, New Mexico, an affiliate of the University of New Mexico since 1935. Readers in our area who plan a Taos … more
The Aug. 5 First Friday crowd was shoulder to shoulder and lined out the front door as Littleton's Depot Art Gallery opened its 33rd Annual All Colorado Show, which celebrates Western Welcome Week. Juror Rob Gratiot was talking about his final … more
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