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Merelephants, devil-pigs with wings, sea turtles, bears — oh my! These creatures, real and imaginary, are just a few of the art projects that leapt out of eight Arvada children’s’ minds. “I like the animal portion of it,” said Dave … more
About me For me, the opportunities I’ve come across and the doors that have been opened I can attribute to my community involvement. I was born here in Arvada and raised here. I currently am a senior at Arvada West High School, where my dad … more
In school, receiving a 97 percent on anything — well, it doesn’t get much better than that. For the 100 members of Arvada West High School’s vocal department — it didn’t. On April 9, after performing at the WorldStrides Heritage … more
Bird banding, in partnership with Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, “provides a unique look into the life journey of these amazing little animals,” said Audubon Society of Greater Denver outreach coordinator Kate Hogan. It fosters a new … more
A few years ago, Jeff Fujiki, 34, was introduced to a 26-foot recreational vehicle — it was almost love at first sight. “I wouldn’t be into camping without my wife’s grandparents,” he said of the couple who sold him his RV. “But I have to say, buying a camper was the best thing I ever did.” more
Participating on a volunteer project pleases Bobby Joe Evans, who lives in a small town called Fruita on the Western Slope. Preston Niesen of Lakewood is interested in woodworking. And Paul Swanson of Evergreen likes working with his hands. All … more
: Sturgill Simpson’s “A Sailor’s Guide to Earth,” released on Atlantic records. : Country is too small a genre to contain Simpson, and on his third album be breaks free to add soul and funk layers to that astounding voice. The album is … more
Truth is more interesting than fiction, particularly when it comes to Harvey Fierstein's play, "Casa Valentina." The play is based on true events and tells the story about men in the early 1960s who get a vacation from almost every aspect of … more
It’s difficult to pin down what Colorado music sounds like because we’ve had such an eclectic bunch of musicians from the state rise to prominence in the past decade or so. Rock fans might hear bands like The Fray or DeVotchKa and think of … more
Let me count the ways … whether it’s the poem of the day in my email from The Poetry Foundation, a snippet I hear on NPR, or the book(s) I take to bed with me, poetry is always my companion. It’s fitting, then, that in April, which is … more
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