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Littleton Village retail lags, homes nearly sold out

Littleton Village, the mammoth mixed-use development at the site of the old Marathon Oil research facility at the northeast corner of Broadway and Dry Creek Road, is nearly sold out of its current stock of housing units, but ground is yet to be …
  • Arts & Entertainment

    • Child actors get chance to take part in program

      “Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum! I smell the blood of an Englishman! ...” Actors with the Missoula Children’s Theatre will return to Douglas County for a fourth year to coach young actors and stage a play: “Jack and the Beanstalk.” They will be in …

    • Audubon building — of all places — damaged by birds

      Kate Hogan, outreach coordinator for the Audubon Society of Greater Denver, arrived at the Nature Center at the south edge of Chatfield State Park one day to find a feathered visitor inside the historic building. It had been excavating for tasty …

    • Curtain Time

      Based on movie Highlands Ranch-based Performance Now Theatre Company presents “The Wedding Singer,” by Matthew Sklar, Chad Berguelin and Tim Herlihy. Based on the 1998 hit movie (Broadway 2006). It plays through June 25 at Lakewood Cultural …

    • Pleasin’ season gets warm welcome in Centennial

      Centennial Center Park, 13050 E. Peakview Ave. in Centennial, is the place to welcome summer from 6 to 10 p.m. on June 24 (Saturday). The 6 Million Dollar Band will play ‘80s rock; gourmet food trucks will resolve munchies attacks and there will …

    • Mechanics of nature are wonder to behold

      Family members of all ages will be fascinated to learn how animals are engineered to survive in our world despite ongoing challenges. “Nature’s Amazing Machines” opened June 16 at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science and will continue through …