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It's officially summer. What better time for a heartwarming caper movie about a troubled but noble Texas teen, his troubled but noble dog, and those crazy, mean gun smugglers they tangle with? Yes, we said crazy, mean gun smugglers. Mexican … more
Denise and John Stevens have had pets their whole lives — then they retired. “After our last dog passed away, we decided not to get another one. We like the freedom from worrying about her,'' Denise Stevens, 63, said of the Long Island, New … more
Certainly newspapering and telling stories is a circular process. Back in 2007, when I wrote (what I thought at the time) was probably my last column for a certain newspaper, I mentioned the basic … more
Three. Two. One! Instantly jets of water zoom eight feet into the sky, much to the pleasure of 10 little children running through the Olde Town Fountain ask the shoots begin to fall down to the earth. Joyfully, children ages nine and younger … more
My first paying job in the newspaper business was folding the Dolores Star as it came off the press when I was six years old. It didn’t pay much – unless you can count the experience and … more
The Colorado Wine Industry Development Board, part of the Colorado Department of Agriculture, has just announced the winners of the 2015 Governor's Cup Wine Competition, which took place on May 16 … more
Colorado author Laura Pritchett, who lives in the northern foothills, has a feel for her state's qualities — both plains and mountains. The landscape is almost another character in her new title, “Red Lightning,” which addresses family … more
One indeed visits an alternate world for a few hours under the spell of “Kurios — Cabinet of Curiosities.” The entire stage in the Cirque du Soleil show is a larger-than-life curiosity cabinet where a character called the Seeker, in a … more
A New York street scene opens “Guys and Dolls” with hot babes, gamblers, families, an Astaire and Rodgers pair and Lt. Brannigan walking through in front of a backdrop of forms suggestive of the New York skyline. It's a busy scene as … more
The newspaper industry can boast of heydays and golden ages, but some of the stories from those periods aren’t pretty. Journalist Mike McAlary lived through the tabloid journalism industry of the 1980s and ’90s, and his travails get the Nora … more
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