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Change is the only constant

Ancient Greek philosophers taught valuable lessons that are still relevant today. “Change is the only constant in life” from Heraclitus, the Greek philosopher from 500 BCE¹ is one of my … more

CU to begin phase 2 of COVID-19 antibody testing in Arapahoe County

The University of Colorado’s Anschutz Medical Campus has wrapped up its first phase of COVID-19 antibody testing on Arapahoe County first responders, and will commence testing of the … more

Parker councilmember out of town since March, away indefinitely (but not resigning)

A Parker town councilmember has been out of the state since March and says she plans to be away until the COVID-19 pandemic is over. more

‘Twice as Less Not Perfect’ aims for connection

One of the most common pieces of advice couples receive at weddings is a reminder that marriage, like any long-term relationship, isn’t always easy. What is easy is for people in these … more

Hopes for fall Colorado high school football season thwarted

Amid pressure to allow more fall sports, the Colorado High School Activities Association board of directors met Sept. 8 to discuss an adjustment of the previously approved 2020-21 sports calendar, … more

Douglas County School District superintendent resigns

Douglas County School District Superintendent Thomas Tucker tendered his resignation Tuesday night at an emergency meeting of the school board. more

Denver council OKs $20M deal for new emergency homeless shelter

The Denver City Council has approved a $19.8 million contract to open a new emergency homeless shelter in Northeast Park Hill that will serve up to 450 people as wintry weather quickly approaches. … more

Denver’s group-living proposal lacks support from City Council

A controversial proposal that would update Denver’s zoning requirements on who can live together under one roof continues to meet fierce opposition, including from the majority of City Council … more

Connecting people with people in need in metro Denver

In March, as the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic washed over the nation, Jennifer Lisiecki of Denver posted on Facebook that she was available to provide child care for friends. Soon, as grocery … more

Colorado to add up to 62 ballot drop boxes for fall election

Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold has announced that there will be 368 ballot drop boxes statewide for the Nov. 3 election. “I am happy to announce that over the last two years Colorado has … more

Polis urges Coloradans to be cautious about COVID-19 over Labor Day weekend

As Labor Day weekend approaches, Gov. Jared Polis urged Coloradans to continue COVID-19 precautions. Polis emphasized the importance of avoiding large gatherings, wearing masks and staying … more

Walls can talk — From COVID-19 to Black Lives Matter, street art thriving in the Denver area

When Denver muralist Austin Zucchini-Fowler came up with the idea to create a mural depicting an angel-winged nurse in a fighter’s stance wearing boxing gloves last April, he did not imagine the … more

Parker's Chaparral High School quarantines 88 people due to possible COVID-19 exposure

Eighty-eight people are quarantined from Chaparral High School until next week due to their possible exposure to a possible COVID-19 case. more

‘We have to persist’

As we seek to find enjoyment or peace in the last weeks of summer, I sometimes forget for a few moments the tragedies of this year — a year of unprecedented loss of more than 160,000 Americans dead … more

Business Matters

Editor’s note: Business Matters is a monthly column featuring business news in the Life on Capitol Hill and Washington Park Profile coverage areas, which is roughly central-north and south Denver. … more

Denver housing market breaks historic records

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our lives and world in all manner of ways, and the affects keep rolling. As a real estate professional, back in mid-March I had no earthly idea what this would all … more

Celebrating friendship through song and dance

During the 1918 global pandemic, a new dance was born among Native Americans. Today called the jingle dress dance, its origins came about when Native American women would put jingles on their dress … more

RTD board appoints 1st woman as transit agency's CEO

Debra A. Johnson, the current deputy CEO of Long Beach Transit in southern California, will be the next CEO and general manager of the Regional Transportation District. On Aug. 25, RTD’s board of … more

New miniature home, more big fun

While a pandemic isn’t the optimal time for the Denver Museum of Miniature Dolls & Toys to reveal their new home, that isn’t stopping them from celebrating their reopening after two years. … more

Denver area dance teachers learn to think on their feet

Instructors at the Parker Dance Academy are getting better at using their words. Studio director Lexie Steinhauser has danced and taught dance for years. But even she struggled when it came to … more
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