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Hundreds made a stop at the Lamar Station Plaza for the third annual MuralFest on Aug. 12. The festival featured Bobby MaGee Lopez and Dan Toro adding to knew murals to the area, artistic vendors, performances from the Athena Project, and live … more
Soto Nest and his brother Aaron work their way through a room, dodging bad guys, dispatching enemies and working together to finish the level. But the real room they’re standing in is a dimly lit room on West Colfax with headsets over their … more
With the incredible abundance of music being released on any one of a dozen outlets every Friday, it can be difficult to get really excited about a new release. That wasn’t the case on Aug. 11, when pop star Kesha finally released her … more
There were dozens of Wheat Ridge police officers gathered in Hayward Park on the evening of Aug. 1, and it wasn't because of any crime being committed or dangerous situation unfolding. They were there to party. The officers were joined by … more
Business by business, Colorado Mills is approaching its November target date of being completely open following the devastating May hailstorm that forced the popular mall in Lakewood to close for repairs. On Aug. 11, the Yard House restaurant on … more
There was a lot about Melbourne, Australia, that Troy Kirk missed when he moved to Colorado years ago with his wife — family, friends and football. “I missed everything about the sport when I moved here but an old coach had told me there was … more
The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless filed an injunction to the U.S. District Court of Colorado on July 25 to temporarily blocks the sale of 59 acres of federally owned land at the Denver Federal … more
Roasted pork mole pupusas, carne asada tacos, red velvet cake and baklava. These dishes were among the winners at the Colorado Department of Human Services’ third annual Great CDHS Cook-Off on July 19 at the Wheat Ridge Regional Center, 6225 … more
Jefferson County is overflowing with waters for anglers to cast a line in and see what bites. “Whether you’re fishing with your family at a park like Pine Valley Ranch, or trying fly fishing at Lair o’ the Bear, there are a lot of … more
Like most colleges, the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design was quiet on the afternoon of July 12. There were very few students walking through the grassy campus on their way to class, and even the large Texas Building felt empty upon entry. … more
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