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With a click of a tongue and a flick of a reign, Ebony, a large black horse, begins to trot around the circle. Her rider, a young, easy-going teenager, begins to rise up and extend her leg behind her. Vaulting. It’s about using muscles and … more
Pop art often delights in transforming familiar images with different lenses. Three different approaches to this bold and dynamic genre are featured in the Arvada Center galleries. The center, 6901 Wadsworth Blvd., is running its exhibitions … more
“Howdy and good morning,” were at the top of the page for the Palmer Lake - Monument News for the Jan. 15, 1965 edition of the paper. It was the second issue. George Kobolt ran a photo of … more
Restoring resiliency to the “Wildland Urban Interface” by thinning out dense forest, reducing fuels and collaboratively managing resources like land, water and providing for travel management … more
Dude, I want to be a cowboy. Perhaps more than almost any other fantasy (if you disregard some of my racier ones) as Willie Nelson said, “I grew up dreaming of being a cowboy, and loving the … more
If a golden retriever gives birth, gets stung by a bee or sprayed by a skunk, veterinarians want to know. Scientists are studying the popular breed to find out why their lifespans have gotten shorter over the years and why cancer is so … more
For the last 20 years of his life, Spanish painter Joan Miro (1893-1983) found a home on the island of Mallorca, where he could unpack and relate to his earlier paintings that had been packed away during World War II and after. He lived through … more
The story of “Big Bill” Haywood draws like a magnet and twists and twirls like a deadly snake. It winds and loops its murderous way into the fabric of Cripple Creek history. The son of a … more
Jefferson County has so much open space that staff and naturalists call on volunteers to help monitor all the wildlife in the parks. The members of the county’s citizen science program observe animals in natural habitats — from birds and … more
As one walks into the Denver Botanic Gardens/York Street, “Charlo,” the most recently created Deborah Butterfield horse sculpture (2015), appears to be happily munching on surrounding vegetation, while nearby, “Ahulani” (1991) is reclining … more
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