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Englewood shooting leaves one dead, one injured

A shooting in Englewood the afternoon of July 14 left one male victim dead and another injured. Police were seeking suspects in what they believe was an attempted robbery, according to a news release. more

Light is unifying theme in exhibit at museum

“We find beauty not in the thing itself but in the patterns of shadows, the light and darkness, that one thing against another creates.” — Jun’ichiro Tanizaki, “In Praise of Shadows.” In … more

World traveler’s colorful acrylics hang in gallery

“Decadent Fusion: Solo Exhibit by Suzanne Rothman” will be exhibited at Town Hall Arts Center’s Stanton Gallery through Aug. 3, with an artist’s social on July 12. Rothman, who divides her … more

Good intentions go bad in ‘Fairfield’

As almost anyone can readily attest, good intentions don’t necessarily lead to positive outcomes. This is certainly true in Eric Coble’s scathing and hilarious “Fairfield,” which takes the … more

My Name Is... MK Holody

Making things easier I help nonprofits increase their impact by doing more with their data. The company I work for, CiviCore, does data management for nonprofits. Say a group provides services to … more

South Denver residents get creative on paying for housing

Janet Bardwell’s home in University Park has been in the family all her life. It is her childhood home and where she grew up. When her mother became sick in 2010, Bardwell moved back into the home … more

Denver residents can’t ‘afford to live where they work’

Deanie Labriola is a woman who counts her blessings. A month ago she moved into her new apartment in Arvada. Her living room has a few chairs, as well as a dining table. Her dog and cat keep her … more

Book honors Belmar Park

A new book released by area journalist and former Life on Capitol Hill publisher Stuart MacPhail highlights the “David vs. Goliath” struggle that Lakewood citizens endured and won to save a large … more

Metro Denver residents participate in garden study

More than 100 people in the Denver area are participating in a research study about community gardening that’s now in its third year. They’re learning plenty about how to grow a garden — but … more

How to garden for the Colorado region

Did you know Denver is characterized as a steppe climate? The term “steppe” is defined as a semi-arid climate with low precipitation (8-14 inches a year), high fluctuations in temperature and a … more

Going beyond form and function

When many people think of art, they might picture something that just hangs on a wall or sits in a display case. But as Collin Parson, the Arvada Center’s exhibition manager and curator, sees it - … more

Ensemble to perform matinee of classical music

Colorado Symphony Orchestra’s assistant principal/second flutist Catherine Peterson will perform with other members of the Ivy Ensemble — Erik Peterson on violin and Philip Stevens on viola — … more

CBD unregulated, but vendors undaunted

The sign in front of his business is subtle, yet Todd Muck said it can scare people off who are wary of the three-letter abbreviation and its association to the newest extension of the cannabis … more

Get social at new bars and restaurants

Littleton’s got a couple new places to get social. Bacon Social House, the second location of the hip uptown brunch spot, opened at Vita Littleton — the apartment complex formerly called the … more

Racers support blind literacy programs

Hundreds of runners and walkers turned out for the National Federation of the Blind of Colorado's “6 Dot Dash” 5K run on June 29, setting off from the Colorado Center for the Blind near … more

Reporter Stories: Growth Caps and other July fireworks

Join Community Editor Joseph Rios to discuss Lakewood's growth cap vote and Independence Day events across the Denver Metro area. more

‘Colorado’s Historic Churches’ ready for summer reading

They’re built from wood, brick, adobe, stone and combinations thereof and vary in size from small chapel to ones that seat many hundred parishioners. Many still function every Sunday and at other … more

Big cast includes kids in summer musical

Each summer Littleton United Methodist Church produces a musical with lots of Littleton and Highlands Ranch kids involved. This year it’s “Bye Bye Birdie” and director Kelly Kates says 68 … more

‘Living history’ locomotive returns home after 12 years

Rail fans from across the country are excited that an iconic Rio Grande Southern locomotive will soon be in operation again. “It’s an important piece of railroad history, and to actually be able … more

For those with dementia, friendship is a powerful medicine

Jerry Schaak boasts an impressive resume. Schaak, 63, holds a Ph.D from Yale University, with post-doctoral work at Princeton. As a professor of microbiology and immunology at the University of … more
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