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The photo wrenched the world: A Syrian boy in a red T-shirt and blue shorts, black Velcro sneakers on his feet, his face half-buried in sand as waves ebbed and flowed around him. Dead. Drowned. Human debris washed ashore by a surging tide … more
Gongbi brush painting technique dates to popularity “in the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279) and is characterized by a thin black ink outline of a bird or flower or other subject. The line was then filled in with layers of unmixed color until the … more
Le Central, the “Affordable French” restaurant in the mural-bedecked building on the corner of Eighth and Lincoln, closed after 34 years in business on Sept. 13. Owner, who sent out an email announcement to his patrons about the imminent … more
Most public pools closed to humans Labor Day, but throughout Douglas County some stayed open for one more week so that area dogs could take an end-of-summer plunge. And hundreds of dogs took advantage of the offer. They arrived at pools in … more
Chalking the streets Shanna Fortier Ashlee Dupuis, 16, sat on the sidewalk. The busy happenings of the Colorado Artfest at Castle Rock surrounded her on all sides. In front of her, just out of reach, … more
Music has been a part of Christian church worship since the foundations of the church in the first century, and worship music has constantly undergone change. There is no recorded timeline of changes … more
Everyone marks time his or her way: For football fans, it’s Sundays or Monday nights that are the defining days of their weeks. Movie-lovers long for Wednesdays and Fridays, when they can finally get their fix of the latest cinematic … more
Just west of the Victorian Lily Pond at Hudson Gardens, a slender figure dances in a small conifer grove. It is a bronze sculpture, “Red Dress,” by Highlands Ranch sculptor Shohini Ghosh, placed on Sept. 8 by South Suburban Park and Recreation's … more
Diane Mott Davidson said she started writing about caterer Goldy Schultz in the early 1980s. She knew a few things about Goldy to start: She loved to cook, she had a troubled 11-year-old son and she was a survivor of domestic violence. “She did … more
“The Flick,” Annie Baker's long, sweet play that won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize, kept the opening-night audience engaged throughout on Sept. 5 at Curious Theatre. It's summer, 2012. The evening is spent in the back rows of the Flick, a run-down … more
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