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Most of us have been taught to move forward cautiously, make intelligent decisions, and not fail. In our society, failure has a nasty taste to it. Failure isn't commonly thought of as a good thing. … more
Dear Mr. Smith, My name is Stacey James, and I am currently Mrs. Parker Days. I read your recent column, "Nothing against beauty, but we could do without the pageants," and I wanted to take a … more
Alfredo Hidalgo has been cutting my hair since 1977. I have been unfaithful to him, because of weather or location, fewer than 10 times. Alfred cut my hair when it was over my ears and the … more
Some people use the words happiness and joy interchangeably and do not see much of a difference between the two. For me, joy is happiness taken to a whole new level. As I looked up the actual … more
Dear Denver Herald-Dispatch Reader, For more than 90 years, the Denver Herald-Dispatch has been covering the people, places and events that make up the interesting Southwest Denver community. When … more
I am reaching out to you today on behalf of the millions of patients with celiac disease, non-celiac wheat/gluten sensitivity, and other autoimmune diseases. I am deeply concerned about the possible … more
We've heard about fake news lately, but what about what's left out of our politically correct history books? As I've been re-learning our country's history over the last few years, I've discovered … more
When I drive around the smaller towns of the congressional district that I represent, one of the things I like to spot is what I call "staple businesses." These are often "mom and pop" small … more
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