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If the cooking community speaks a universal language, Jenny Hartin is undoubtedly fluent. A few years ago, she was a paralegal working in Manhattan. Now a stay-at-home mom in Parker, she presides over a domain of devoted cooks from every corner … more
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When Henri Matisse and his contemporaries exhibited their expressive paintings, with looser brushwork and bold colors, many French art critics were horrified and called the artists “les fauves,” the beasts. Now, they are among the best-loved … more
Monument, Woodmoor, Palmer Lake and Black Forest are not only a beautiful and pastoral oasis from the bustling city, they are the inspiration and home of many of the finest artists and craftsmen in … more
The Colorado Renaissance Festival offers up yet another summer of turkey legs, jousting and themed weekends all wrapped in a magical package that sends visitors back to the 16 century, beginning this weekend. With fire-breathers, singing pirates … more
Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is upping his commercial cred by adding Gatorade to his growing list of product endorsements. more
Sound of the Rockies, a men's a cappella chorus, will reprise its special “Pirates of the Colorado” concert to open the free Littleton United Methodist Church concert series at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 3. Chorus director Darin Drown will be joined by … more
Less than a year ago Miguel Dakota was playing his acoustic guitar and singing cover songs, and some originals, in coffee shops, bars and just about any venue that would take him. If he was … more
If you would like to meet Air Force Academy hockey coach Frank Serratore in person, one way is to attend the Sports Corporation’s annual College Ice Hockey Face Off luncheon on Sept. 30 at the … more
Since eighth grade, Matt Heery of Monument has been focused on one goal – attending a service academy for college, and a lot of his decisions have been made with that goal in mind. But after … more
The days are growing shorter now, the nights a little cooler, and the aspen and underbrush are bursting into shades of red, yellow, orange and gold. There may even be a light dusting of snow in the high country. It's September, and for a few … more
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