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In collaboration with the Biennial of the Americas, Curtis Arts and Humanities Center, 2349 E. Orchard Road in Greenwood Village, is presenting “Los Tres Revisited — NOW,” an exhibit of art by Carlos Fresquez, Tony Ortega and Carlos … more
Littleton has a hard-working Historic Preservation Board that meets the third Monday of each month, assisted by a planner from the city staff. The board has quasi-judicial power to rule on proposed changes in the facades of historic buildings that … more
As a Texas transplant, you'd think I wouldn't bat an eyelash at tasting bison. But after seeing herds of giant beasts playfully rolling in the dirt with their calves at Daniel's Park a few weeks ago, … more
What is Colorado cuisine? Parker resident, cookbook author and TasteBook.com columnist Jenny Hartin said after spending 15 years in New York, two in Phoenix and the last two in Colorado, the truth is “all cuisines are a melting pot of what we … more
The Highlands Ranch Community Association is calling all soprano, alto, tenor and bass vocalists 55 and “better” to join the Highlands Ranch Encore Chorale. The non-audition choir will kick off Sept. 4 for a 15-week session and end with a … more
New in town I'm 27 and I just moved here from San Antonio. I really like it so far. I moved here for a job. I'm working at Legacy (apartments) as a leasing consultant. So far, what I like is going out in the mountains and getting lost for two … more
Painter Lee Wasilik, who is currently president of the Heritage Fine Arts Guild, will join Diane Edwards in the Stanton Gallery at Town Hall Arts Center for a “Western Heritage” art exhibit, in conjunction with Western Welcome Week 2015. Each … more
Boy Scout Troop 114 has long been the unsung, behind-the-scenes heroes of Western Welcome Week’s Grand Parade. Every Festival Day, troop members get up early and head over to the staging area at Ketring Park in Littleton. Their mission is to … more
As the summer days wind down toward the first day of school, there is still the granddaddy of all summer celebrations to look forward to: The 87th annual Western Welcome Week. The word “week” is used loosely here. It’s really 10 days packed … more
Most Eagle Scouts are proud of their accomplishments, but Philip Huggins has one reason nobody else can claim: His is the 200th Eagle Scout that Boy Scout Troop 114 has awarded since the troop’s inception 74 years ago. And it’s not just any … more
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