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The theme park might have failed as Magic Mountain, then closed as Heritage Square after 45 seasons, but what is important to remember is that it did succeed in delivering Walter Cobb’s vision to provide destination for many, many children to … more
During the week, 17-year-old Matt Anckner studies computer science at Red Rocks Community College. But outside the classroom, he’s teaching individuals statewide about an important cause — sexual and child abuse awareness. “I had so much … more
About me I didn’t really want to be a preacher — I wanted to be an FBI agent. But I felt God calling me in my heart; it’s what he wanted me to do. I was in my early 20s, just finishing up serving two years in the Navy reserves, and … more
A mix of businessmen and women gathered one sunny afternoon in Olde Town to take part in an event that was a little outside their comfort zone: A photo shoot. “We’re here for the photo shoot,” a couple of people said to the host as they … more
Largely gone are the days when graduation parties consisted of backyard burgers and dogs — and if you were lucky, a keg of light beer for the adults. For starters, kids want, well, starters and other fancier fare — appetizers and additional … more
People will pull a Tevye from "Fiddler on the Roof" and shout "Tradition!" but “Pomp and Circumstance” has got to go. In the 115 years since Edward Elgar composed the march for the coronation of England's King Edward VII, hasn't there been … more
Senior dogs struggle with some of the same issues as humans — getting up on a cold winter morning, navigating household obstacles like stairs and wood floors, and general aches and pains. We are so fortunate to live in a time where there are … more
About me I’m from the suburbs of Chicago, and I’ve kind of bounced around from place to place until Jan. 1, 1982. That’s when I officially moved to Colorado. I have always wanted to live here, and so when I did it was great. I studied at … more
“Symphony No. 2: An American Pastoral” by the Arapahoe Philharmonic’s composer in residence, Edgar Girtain, will be presented in a world premiere performance on May 13 at Mission Hills Church, 620 Southpark Drive, Littleton. The work has two … more
When Golden resident Crystal Vockel caught one of her children re-using homework assignments to get away with not doing extra reading, she knew something had to be done. more
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