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Those in Jewish tradition pride themselves on the Seder dinner, but there’s more to it than just the food on the plate. Seder includes songs, discussions and storytelling. “The Seder reminds us that freedom is not to be taken for granted,” … more
Is it a bird? Is it a dragon? Is it a fish? No — it’s a kite! More than 1,500 kites, soared high in the breezy light blue sky April 3, during Arvada’s 14 Annual Kite Festival. “We come every year,” Eugene Fenton said as he … more
Mark Kroll, 22, is alarmed. Katie Pickrell, 17, is disappointed. Sianna Elmanouzi, 22, is quite baffled. The reason for their reactions? The 2016 Republican presidential campaign, defined by uncultured, crass, hateful vocabulary and … more
When Michaela Rae was 10 years old, she performed with her guitar for some children with cancer at a camp in Winter Park. It was the first performance put on by Blue Star Connection. All the children in the audience were about Rae’s age, she … more
About me For a few years now, it’s been my goal to live my life to the fullest — and I have. I’m a New Yorker. I lived on the same street with five friends of mine — siblings — for years. One by one, they moved out to Colorado, and … more
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) come from all different backgrounds, both in profession and personal experiences. There is no specific profile of the perfect CASA, said Leah Varnell, executive director for CASA Jeffco/Gilpin. “The … more
For those who know Jim and Jean Scharfenberg, one word seems to describe them best: Selfless. “They have an intense and ongoing commitment to improving this community and the lives of those who live here,” Robin Dodich wrote recently, … more
For many families, including Golden’s Macarelli family, riding bikes together provides benefits that definitely outweigh the costs. “One of the biggest benefits we’ve seen as a family is the time together on the bike — that’s present … more
Three points! That’s all your team needs to win. Can they make it? You’re doing your part: you’re wearing your lucky shirt and hat. A stuffed mascot is nearby, the team logo hangs on the wall, and you had coffee this morning in the Official … more
As a journalist, you’re never supposed to make the story about you. You’re just the eyes and ears for the community. That’s not always an easy task, especially when you have to report an event that hits close to home. I lost a close … more
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