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Olde Town Arvada’s family-friendly Trick or Treat Street was Friday, Oct. 31. Shops in the Olde Town area handed out candy to costume-decked kids. This year’s event was dedicated to the memory of active community member, Justin Vicory. more
October was Breast Cancer Awareness month and gave all kinds of groups and organizations a chance to spread the word about how important early detection is in fighting this deadly disease. The importance of awareness and treatment options don’t … more
When Santa’s elves at The Senior Hub work on letters to good boys and girls, they do more than scrawl signatures on a piece of paper. They make sure to personalize each and every letter, sometimes spending a couple days on just one to get the … more
Jeffco Park and Open Space trail specialists are busy constructing, maintaining and cleaning up trails around the county. On Wednesday, Oct. 29, the department held a trail talks forum to update the public on its updates at the American … more
We need to talk about suicide prevention. It affects all of us, including our children, teenagers and young adults. Suicide is the third-leading cause of death for people ages 10 to 24 years nationally and claims the lives of about 4,600 teens … more
More than 34 million Americans are caretakers, providing unpaid care to a loved one or friend over the age of 18 who is ill or has a disability. About half of unpaid caregivers in the U.S. reported their health has continuously declined due to … more
Wishes Through Our Hands: Japanese Quilts Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum 1213 Washington Ave., Golden Through Jan. 24 Monday - Saturday - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday - 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. $3 - $6 303-277-0377or www.rmqm.org more
There are many responses to tragedy and many different ways to reach out to those who have suffered enormous loss. When a 9.0 magnitude earthquake and tsunami with 133-foot waves struck Japan in 2011, quilters from all over the country responded … more
Readers who are flying in the next few months will want to make a brief detour at DIA to visit an exhibit of abstract work by artist and Colorado Community Media columnist Craig Marshall Smith. On a recent morning, a representative from Denver … more
We usually talk about lights going up on the first act of a play, but in “Lucky Me,” Sara arrives home from an emergency-room visit, with her foot in a surgical boot — and all the lights are burned out in her apartment. The roof leaks, the … more
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