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Eighteen percent of adults suffer from some kind of a mental disorder nationwide, a number Brian O'Meara and Andrew Romanoff are trying to lower through education —and a little fun. “Mental illness is something as Americans we brush under the … more
Theater lovers have a full smorgasbord of treats awaiting them, no matter what their tastes are. Live theater is thriving in the Denver metro area. A few suggestions for fall startups: ● Town Hall Arts Center, 2450 W. Main St., Littleton, opens … more
Hey folks, it's that time of year again when Denver welcomes Denver Food and Wine, its biggest food and wine event of the year, with events taking place from Sept. 9-12 with the grand tasting on the … more
The burly Vietnam veteran walked up to Jack Frank, 90, a World War II vet facing the frightening quandary of living longer than he can support himself. “You the vet I just donated to?” he asked, sticking out his hand. “I’m Bud.” “I … more
There’s never enough space in your closet. So maybe it’s time to purge, to donate things that don’t fit anymore. That’d make a lot of room, although there’s one suit you’ll never be able to throw out. You’ve had it so long you … more
The Denver Botanic Gardens isn’t the only place that has a corpse “stinky” plant. Long-time Arvada resident Tim Heaton has been growing a cousin of the DBG plant for many years. Tim’s flower, commonly called Devil’s Tongue, is the … more
Parents, along with their young children, become discerning connoisseurs of playgrounds.  A skilled kid wrangler can sum up a new playground in one quick sweep of the eyes — wood chips means no sand in the shoes, bathrooms a good hike across a … more
Fiction. Children’s books. Science. History. Biographies. Resource materials. A library imports thousands of worlds into the pages of books that line its shelves, and it’s a resource of which the community takes advantage. “In about 40 … more
About me After graduating college, a young ambitious me wanted to get her feet wet in Colorado and live the outdoorsy life. I moved out here in 1975 after obtaining my journalism and graphic design degrees from Kent University. I really wanted … more
• The Shriners started in the late 1800s and is an international organization. The U.S. has 22 hospitals. • The organization’s main function is to help children. All children are treated without any cost to families. • Hospitals … more
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