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Dec. 31 and Jan 1 are the days when local birders will head outside to check on the numbers of feathered friends living and eating and bringing color to our parks, back yards and riverbanks. The first Christmas Bird Count was proposed in 1900 as … more
Onetime journalist — and longtime writer — Jim MacNair, now a resident at Wind Crest retirement community in Highlands Ranch, has just published an anthology, “Killing Time,” which includes 100 human-interest short stories he has written … more
With 2016 just days away from ending, people are thinking about all kinds of activities — both fun and necessary. Go to a party, throw one, or just stay off the roads altogether? And if one does decide to go out, what are the best ways to get … more
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, right? That all depends on who you ask. Sure, driving down the street at night around Christmas is going to offer the opportunity to see some … more
Stocking shelves to telling tales I started working as a shelver for Douglas County Libraries 11 years ago, then I jumped right into being a youth librarian. We get to work with kids, babies, teens, parents, people doing serious research, … more
About me I’ve been in Colorado for eight years. I grew up in an Army family and went to 12 schools. I graduated from Palm Springs High School and went to the University of California Irvine for psychology. I went back to school in Wisconsin for … more
Families can visit that galaxy “far, far away,” 16th-century Venice, the Japanese fashion scene, and/or the Southwestern Indian country in a half day at the Denver Art Museum. “Star Wars and the Power of Costume,” on the second floor of the … more
Recently formed Lost and Found Productions presents a collection of four (actually, five) short plays by prolific American playwright George Cameron Grant. “4X’MAS” features four female directors, plus one male, who each give a different … more
An outline of the New York skyline surrounds and contains the plain, worn-looking 1950s living room, home to Italian-American longshoreman Eddie Carbone, his wife, Beatrice, and Catherine, the orphaned niece they have raised. Foghorns, the slosh … more
On New Year’s Eve, south-metro residents will be joining locally to greet 2017 at each other’s homes and at local food and beverage spots. Some will seek out a high place to observe fireworks along the Front Range. Others will head into Denver … more
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