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DFF45 brings the world’s stories to Denver

There’s a reason that during the worst parts of the COVID-19 pandemic, so many people turned to the film world for solace and inspiration. The Denver Film Festival is aiming to achieve that same … more

Column: Tips for students of all ages

A colleague of mine encouraged her daughter, a second-year pre-med college student, to reach out and ask the question, “What’s the best piece of advice you’d offer a college student?” When I … more

From the Editor: Exhausting election ads

Over the last few election cycles there has been a disturbing trend that continues to get worse — television advertising. In the last presidential election, I was positive they couldn’t get any … more

Say yes to ’The River Bride’ at the Arvada Center

Magical realism is one of the most difficult genres to tackle – blending the recognizable with the mystical is a fine line to walk. For the first production of the Arvada Center Black Box … more

Column: Business exit planning crucial

The way we conduct business after COVID has changed forever. Business owners continue to struggle to find good employees and customers in this new “flex” work world. One of the biggest challenges … more

Column: Can we handle the truth?

She vacillated for months. Her boss was micromanaging everything that she and her team were doing. Never satisfied with anything that was produced by anyone on the team, her boss felt compelled to … more

From the Editor: Painfully watching, waiting

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and I have seen plenty of social media posts and PSAs circulating with phone numbers and websites about how the victims can get help. In seeing them – I … more

Visit Stars Hollow on Gilmore Girls Day

Gilmore Girls” is one of the best shows for those who appreciate sharply drawn characters, lightning-fast dialogue and small towns with a personality that just can’t be replicated. That’s … more

Give them something to smile about

A good friend of mine, Sanya, likes to go on a run each morning, or at least most mornings. And as she passes others running, walking or biking in the opposite direction, she greets them with a … more

From the Editor - Distracted distractions for parents to consider

Recently, it came out that the governor’s race has started talking about “furries” and supposed issues in our schools. I read a story, printed by our west partners, and listened to a radio … more

Column: Breast Cancer Awareness Month provides reminder to get preventive screening

According to the Centers for Disease Control, breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women in the United States. more

Rosenberry Lecture series returns to in person

Everybody missed different things when the COVID-19 pandemic forced the world to go virtual. For some it was concerts at their favorite venues, others movies at their local silver screen and for … more

Column: Finding balance when we seem out of balance

He had spent a career serving others. He was passionate about his work and his role in caring for and developing those on his team. His career spanned more than 49 years before he finally agreed to … more

Column: Something for kids and seniors

The Castle Rock Parks and Trails Foundation is joining forces with the Town of Castle Rock’s Parks and Recreation Department to maximize already planned renovation work at Butterfield Crossing … more

From the Editor: Do not delay preventative health screenings

It’s October, which means the nation will be decorated with pink ribbons, NFL players will likely sport some pink shoes in upcoming games and a lot of talk will focus on the importance of breast … more

‘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 … more

Mother Musings: A balanced approach to screen time

I was determined to raise my kids with no screens. They were going to be the kids who were creative and could entertain themselves with their imaginations, not mind-numbing TV shows. And I succeeded, … more

Column: Pride without the arrogance

Whenever he finished an amazing run, resulting in a touchdown, and having weaved his way through the defense and even running over a defender or slipping past another with some lightning-quick … more

From the Editor: NyQuil chicken — no thanks

I am often fascinated at things people worldwide will do based on something they saw online. The latest attention to the problem was an FDA warning that NyQuil chicken is not something people should … more

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 … more
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