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It might not look like a game of rock-paper-scissors when two players trot to the center of the field for a faceoff in boys lacrosse, but that’s a complicated form of what it is. The player who has the better plan to counter the other … more
When a business celebrates its opening, most people see all the excitement and pizzazz of the grand opening celebration. But arrive a bit early, and you’ll see the flurry of activity by employees getting ready for the big day. That was the … more
The only way anything gets done in a city is through partnerships. Partnerships with businesses, community organizations and its residents. It’s through working together that Lakewood with groups like the West Colfax Community Association, 40 … more
I was born and raised in Arkansas, but my husband has a lot of family in Colorado. I picked Colorado Christian University to go to school because of a radio contest I heard on K-LOVE, the Christian radio station. I always listen to it in the … more
There’s nothing wrong with nostalgia, but when a school’s playground hasn’t been significantly updated since the 1950s, it’s time for an upgrade. “Like our school, the playground our students have access to was built in the ‘50s, and … more
Japanese beetles have descended on Front Range landscapes, and annual spawning frenzies send waves of frantic gardeners in search of a solution. Each June, the half-inch-long, green and brown metallic beetles lay waste to an array of ornamental … more
The 800-meter run is not a sprint and it’s not a distance race. It’s a hybrid. It takes speed, stamina, grit and a high threshold for pain to succeed in the 800, which is often referred to as a middle-distance race. In short, the 800 — … more
Longtime Congressman Ed Perlmutter was met with blue skies, a warm sun and about 200 supporters in south Golden as he officially announced his race to become Colorado's next governor. Perlmutter's … more
When you need an answer to the perennial “what’s a great Colorado short-stay getaway” question, Wheat Ridge resident Ed Sealover has one. In fact, he has 30 of them that he details in his most recent book, “Colorado Excursions with History, … more
It takes a special sensibility to write plays that manage to be as funny and bleak as those by the Irish playwright Martin McDonagh. In “A Skull in Connemara,” McDonagh expertly blends the solitude of loss with the humor that makes the small … more
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