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Teen sports phenoms can have a propensity to think about nothing besides going pro. Not John Lutaaya. He dreams of getting a college education. Tennis, he says, is simply the conduit to get him one. Lutaaya is thousands of miles from home, a … more
Littleton resident Scott Norby and his wife, Joie, along with their three children, are just one family trying to make a difference on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. “I always have faith that I’m supposed to go there,” … more
Cafe Valet, a St. Louis-based coffee service company for hotel rooms, has deemed Denver the fourth most pretentious city in the U.S. Is it our obsession with outdoor activities? Pilates? Yoga … more
A new exhibit, “Searching for Home: Homelessness in Colorado History,” at History Colorado Center explores the state’s long history of economic struggle and the complexities of an issue often reduced to simplistic stereotypes. The … more
While a majority of B-17s made their way to Europe during World War II, one hit the U.S. Army Air Corps inventory too late to ever see military action. However, thanks to a compelling love story and a tenacious Colorado filmmaker, the Aluminum … more
The best things will happen at the Arvada Center Nov. 24- Dec. 23 with the holiday production of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. “Doing a more period musical and living in a different time is always a treat,” said Lauren Shealy, who … more
In October 1981, the always-active arts-minded members of Littleton United Methodist Church staged a performance of Denver playwright Mary Chase’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play “Harvey.” The Rev. Ronald Hamilton, then pastor of the church, … more
As the fire truck pulled up at the Outlets at Castle Rock, swarms of children leaned over the ropes. Their faces lit up with excitement. They were waiting for Santa Claus. As Santa and Mrs. Claus made their way to the stage, they stretched out … more
As lights go up at Curious Theatre for “Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet” — the third chapter in the Brothers/Sisters “serialized storytelling” plays by Tarell Alvin McCraney — 16-year-old Marcus Eshu (Damian Hoover) has a dream: Oshoosi … more
Prolific Highlands Ranch writer Claudia Cangilla McAdam has two new storybooks published this fall, both based on ancient legends. McAdam, who grew up in Englewood, has published a total of 16 books as well as many newspaper and magazine stories. … more
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