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Have you ever played that game where you choose the three people you would most like to have dinner with? In one scenario (I have multiples), all three of mine are poets: Robert Frost – “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening,” Elizabeth Bishop … more
Located at 17975 W 64th Ave a bit west of Quaker Street is the best social club in Arvada, where you will find great conversation, exercise, and the friendliest group in the city. It is open 24/7. However you do need to bring your own refreshments. … more
Recently, a friend took me to play Frisbee golf…excuse me, disc golf. It was fun and challenging and the weather was beautiful, and I was immediately struck with the intricacies of the game. First, there are actual disc golf courses – … more
Some of the white marble markers still tell the story, though not as audibly and obviously, as they first did in 1911. U.P.T. routed out in relief on the flat slabs. Originally, there were 15 of them … more
The Upper Monument Creek (UMC) landscape, which has experienced increasingly severe and costly impacts from wildfire, including the record-setting 2012 Waldo Canyon Fire that burned across the … more
When Sheryl and I got married a little over 20 years ago, we went together to pick out my ring, and it was a beauty! It was gold, with crenellations leading up to the center platform, which contained three small diamonds in a line, bracketed on one … more
Despite some heated political rhetoric from around the country, Colorado seniors know that the Medicare Part D prescription drug benefit is affordable and is working, even for older men and women in the lowest income bracket. At the Colorado … more
What are you listening to these days? Better yet, who are you listening to? Have you ever noticed that when we fill our minds with positive thoughts, productive ideas and upbeat music, we tend to feel better and perform better in all areas of our … more
Many who read the words “human trafficking” imagine something distant, foreign, and far removed from the everyday life of Americans. But Coloradans are finding that it’s a problem much closer to home; and sometimes even in our own … more
To be useful, honorable and compassionate. Seems like it all started as when the pastor talked to him. Doug McKenzie describes it this way. “Pastor Ellen (Fenter) had contacted me about going … more
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