And Toto too Theatre Company’s Play Crawl returns June 8
The last time And Toto too Theatre Company’s Play Crawl took place was in 2019. So because it was cancelled the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Play Crawl this year is …
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Supporting local is in Denver's DNA

People love the little treasures they can find at farmers markets. Shopping at farmers markets allows “the customer to stumble across these products that they can’t get anywhere else,” said …
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Olivia Charpie, a student studying at Emily Griffith Technical College, cuts a client’s hair at Emily’s Salon & Barbershop.

Cutting hair and slicing vegetables

A men’s haircut for as little as $10. A stuffed omelet for about one-half the cost of what a diner charges. A $20 massage. These are among the many bargains to be had at the Emily Griffith …
The Denver Urban Skate Troop gather for a group photo‚ a tradition for every Wednesday night skate. This photo was taken at City Park in Denver.

Skating around Denver

Luis Osorio has been inline skating for about 30 years. He got interested in the sport when he was in his 20s living in New York, and through the years, he has built a community of skate friends who …

The forgotten history of Colorado’s ghost towns

“There’s nothing abandoned in Colorado,” proclaims Melanie Roth from a set of wooden steps outside a cabin in St. Elmo — a ghost town in Chaffee County.

What's in a sign? Street signs carry little-known history in metro Denver counties

If you’ve ever sat at a red light in rush-hour traffic in the Denver metro area, you may have started wondering what all the different logos and colors on street-name signs mean.

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Denver mayor has 'no interest' in Douglas County taking over Daniels Park

In a letter to Douglas County on Wednesday, Denver’s mayor said he has “no interest” in talking about transferring ownership of one of their parks to the county.

Life

Theater announces upcoming season

Town Hall Arts Center, 2450 W. Main St. in Littleton, has announced a new season, with tickets on sale for individual shows and the season. “The Wedding Singer,” the finale for the current …

Sports

A natural ending to the soccer season

   DENVER – It wasn’t a surprise to anyone that Legacy’s Kendall Rippley scored a goal in a soccer …

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Elizabeth Hanson

Guest Column: As property taxes and values rise, school funds don’t

The Douglas County School District covers 850 square miles and is located just south of the Denver area. DCSD is the third-largest school district in Colorado and the largest employer in Douglas …
Michael Norton

Column: Is it better to build bridges, or burn them?

The origin of “burning bridges” has its roots in ancient Rome. And we see where they were not only burning the bridges, but also burning the boats. In some cases, they burned the bridges and the …

From the Editor: Dreading the bubble

It’s that time of year where we start reviewing the ballot and working to decide who might be best to serve us on the local, state and federal levels. For me, it’s become the time where I dread …
The Castle Rock Band will perform on Independence Day in the town’s Festival Park.

Sweet sounds on summer nights

Grab a quick picnic and a blanket or folding chairs (perhaps a summer music “kit” will have a place in the car rather than schlepping every time). Summer concerts outside are a special treat on …
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