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Golden Cowboy Poetry Gathering wraps up on high note

Lovers of the American West were treated to a hearty helping of cowboy poetry, storytelling and song as the Colorado Cowboy Poetry Gathering got underway after a two-year hiatus at the American Mountaineering Center in Golden, Colorado.
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While Wednesdays are typically called "Hump Day," at Keller Bros. Auto Repair it's "Help Day." For every oil change on a Help Day, the store donates money to local charities and nonprofits. For the month of January, the store made Help Day a campaign to raise money for Elizabeth Kupfner, and her family, who lost their homes in the Marshall Fire.

Littleton business rallies support for family displaced by Marshall Fire

Keller Bros. Auto Repair in Littleton has a history of community support. At the store, Wednesday is known as “Help Day” and for the past eight years its owners have donated $5 for every …
Lynette Boyer showcases some of her watercolor paintings at The Nature Link on Wednesday, Jan 12.

Conifer class teaches how to let go with watercolors

If you like painting along with Bob Ross, you’ll love learning watercolors with artist Lynette Boyer.
Golden will be a very pup-u-lar place on Saturday, Feb. 5 as the city's signature Goldens in Golden event returns to downtown. More than 1,000 golden retrievers are expected to meet at the Golden Visitors Center and walk to the Golden Arch for a commemorative photo.

City says Goldens in Golden is a go!

Everyone knows Golden is one of the friendliest towns in the West.
Years ago, a friend gave photographer Todd Caudle the nickname “Cloud Man” because he had a knack for finding changing weather and interesting clouds. The Chicago-native has been the driving force behind Golden-based Skyline Press, a publishing company specializing in landscape calendars, books, note cards, and fine art prints. Founded by Caudle in 1992, Skyline celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.

After 30 years, Skyline Press keeps Colorado in focus

After more than three decades on the road and behind the camera, noted landscape photographer Todd Caudle said he never tires of Colorado’s majestic mountains.

Coming Attractions

2021’s best albums use music as bridge, inspiration

Much like the year immediately preceding it, 2021 posed more than its share of challenges. As individuals, community members and global citizens, we all had to be more thoughtful than ever about what …
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Benchmark Theatre confronts our American darkness

The Jan. 6 capitol insurrection is one of the darkest days in the history of the country — one that we’re still reeling from and trying to figure out to prevent from happening again.
Besides performing the Denver metro area, Scotty Wiese performs his magic/comedy throughout the county.

Magician to perform in Highlands Ranch

At the age of 9, Scotty Wiese performed some magic tricks for family members. He was good at it. He liked it. For several years, Wiese, who will be performing in Highlands Ranch on Jan. 21, said he …
Best in Show: “Denver Museum of Nature and Science”

Denver through 'Y/OUR' lenses

The Denver Architecture Foundation and the Colorado Photographic Arts Center have announced the winners of the 2021 Y/OUR Denver Photography Competition. The winners are: • “Denver Museum of …
“Guitar: The Instrument That Rocked the World,” the latest exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, offers many opportunities for all ages to get hands-on experience with STEAM concepts.
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Rock the world at Denver Museum of Nature & Science

If you read about pop music with any regularity, you’ve probably seen a story that pops up every now and then — one that says guitar-based music is dead. And yet, the instrument and its music …

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Dazzle celebrates 25 years of jazz

Jazz is one of America’s quintessential creations — one that continues to influence and inspire, even for people who may not consider themselves fans of the genre. Dazzle, Denver’s jazz …
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Devil’s Rope

Native Americans called barbed wire “devil’s rope” because of the slow and painful manner with which it entrapped and killed bison.
Dr. Todd Wisser

Isolation and loneliness carry health risks for older Americans

We’re heading into the holiday season, which is often embraced as a time to get together with friends and family to celebrate traditional holidays. However, what can be a joyous time for some, may …
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The Power of Horses lives at History Colorado

One of the first things a visitor to Denver sees as they leave the airport is the infamous Blue Mustang sculpture. Football fans cheer for the Denver Broncos and plenty of students go to schools …
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Time matters as 2021 ends at Walker Fine Art

Over the centuries many, many artists in all disciplines have tackled the fluidity and unknowability of time. Which means the contributors to Walker Fine Art’s latest exhibit, A Matter of Time, are …

The Zoo Lights attraction at the Denver Zoo is among holiday lighting treats scattered throughout the Denver metro area.
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Holiday lights make holidays bright

Families with kids can ooooh and aaahh over holiday lights, but so can older adults! Magic is in the air these days as one drives down Littleton's Main Street or heads out to the Trail of Lights at …
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