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Colorado's literary community gathered on June 21 at the Doer-Hosier Center at Aspen Meadows Resort for the 2015 Colorado Book Awards, organized by Colorado Humanities, which has an office in Greenwood Village. Fourteen winners were chosen by a … more
If Theresa Scott has her wish granted by the great orange basketball god in the sky, she will have two sons in uniform this fall for Lewis-Palmer High School. From the 2009-10 through the 2012-13 … more
Consistently ranked among the fittest states in the nation, Colorado always seems to be at the forefront of exercise trends. While many still go to the gym to pump iron or burn calories in cardio-focused classes, there is a tendency in the … more
Concept Restaurant Group has renovated and reconcepted what was previously Woody's Tavern Ignite Ale House + Kitchen in Arvada. In the new Arvada Ale House + Kitchen at 7995 Sheridan Blvd. … more
“NOW!” is the prevailing theme of the Biennial of the Americas, the international festival kicking off July 14 in Denver to celebrate ideas, art and culture. Planning and cultural exchanges have been in process for the past year with artists … more
Architecture, planning and design are all reflected in painter Gunther Gerzso's work. Works by the Mexican master painter are featured through Sept. 18 at the Museo de las Americas in the Santa Fe Arts District. “Gunther Gerzso: a Mexican … more
A view into prehistoric Colorado can be found at the Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument located in western Teller County just outside of Florissant Colo., on Teller County Road 1. Nestled in … more
The Old Homestead Parlor House, located at 353 Myers Avenue in Cripple Creek, was once the most famous brothel in Cripple Creek and is one of only three historic structures of its type known to exist … more
Overlooking the town of Cripple Creek, the Cripple Creek Heritage Center chronicles the city’s colorful history from Cripple Creek’s humble beginnings as a 15-person gold camp, to its’ gold … more
Once again, with Monumental cooperation from various groups and individuals, the Independence Day Celebration "A New Birth of Freedom" took on epic proportions for the biggest small-town observance … more
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