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‘Dry Land’ dives into the deep end

One of the great things about theater is its ability to reflect the challenges and convulsions of society with a speed and alacrity that most other performing arts mediums just aren’t capable of …
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Open the door to Denver’s spaces

For many of us, we don’t exactly know what makes a piece of architecture or interior design appealing. There’s just something about it we respond to. Fortunately, there are organizations like the …

A normal back-to-school season ... almost

Ahhhhh…. As I’m sitting down to write this, the rain is falling on the end of the first day in months that the temperature didn’t (or barely) climbed out of the 50s, the sky was a haze shade of grey the whole day (and not from the fires in Oregon and California), and I was able to walk from the car to the grocery store without slathering sunscreen on my pasty Irish forehead.

Introducing a new health and wellness column: UNLEARN IT! Connect With Christine

Hi! I’m Christine Kahane, a Nationally Board Certified Health & Wellness Life Coach, with a private practice in the Evergreen area. Welcome to my new monthly column.

Column: Reading “To Kill a Mockingbird” in America

In her memoir “Reading Lolita in Tehran,” Professor Azar Nafisi described clandestine sessions she held in her apartment with young women to openly discuss and debate the merits of works the Islamic Republic’s morality squad repressed. Nafisi had been raised during the reign of the ousted Shah who, despite his autocratic rule, allowed the liberal air of the West to permeate Iranian society.
Letters to the Editor

Letter: In response to Joe Webb’s “Solutions for Jeffco public schools”

Joe Webb writes that we need solutions to the declining enrollment within the Jeffco schools and predicts an additional reduction over the next few years that will reach 50% of the current student population.

Letter: Why Lesley Dahlkemper has my support

As JeffCo prepares to welcome the new renewable energy industrial park, it’s important to recognize that this was made possible by a public-private partnership.

Letter: There’s no such thing as a “moderate” Republican politician

In better times, there was such a thing as a “moderate” Republican politician, who would work across the aisle with colleagues to solve problems. No longer!

Letter: 50th Anniversary of Arvada Historical Society

The founder and first President of the Arvada Historical Society, Lois Lindstrom, was quite a letter writer. One of the tools she employed to help accomplish the goal at hand was the “letter to the editor.”

Letter: In response to Ted Williams’ July 28 column on the Keystone Pipeline

I enjoyed Ted Williams’ article about the Keystone Pipeline, published in the July 28 issue of the Arvada Press.
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