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The owner of Lower48 Kitchen, a contemporary American eatery at 2020 Lawrence St., announced in an email to customers that it will close after dinner service on Nov. 7. Here's some of what … more
Nancy Stohlman of Littleton, Stant Litore of Aurora and Becky Clark of Parker will be joined by poets, playwrights and other local authors to lead workshops in the Castle Rock Writers Conference, scheduled for Nov. 7 at the PACE Center, 20000 Pikes … more
While many vision problems are easily detected and treated, experts say it isn’t that way with hearing loss. “I knew it was getting hard to hear people talking, particularly in a crowd, but I just figured it was because I was getting … more
Each year, it seems to expand. Denver Arts Week, Nov. 6 to 14, offers all sorts of free events, as well as some special ticketed performances. Families and individuals can explore new locations and perhaps discover new favorites. • “Know Your … more
“Gardeners can provide important habitat for native birds,” says Anne Phelps of the long-running Littleton Garden Club. “In turn, birds offer us a richer and more beautiful place to live.” The club will hear a talk by Audubon Society … more
The weekend of Oct. 16-18 marked the debut of a new musical comedy starting on its way out into the world. The Aurora Fox mainstage was the venue for Melissa Faith Hart and Bruce Perry to launch “Bookface,” a musical tale of three generations of … more
Veronica Garcia was talking a million miles per minute — explaining that her patient needed her and she had to go. As a doula at the St. Anthony North Health Campus, Garcia provides emotional, physical and informational support to women in labor. … more
The viewer at a new exhibit in Parker will want to stop in front of each artwork and consider what materials were used in creating it. Mosaic tiles, glass, rocks, bits of mirror, gems, seeds, metal pieces and more are combined in imaginative ways to … more
Houdini's disappearance We didn't name him, but his name states what his character is like. Houdini, our American quarter horse, has a knack for figuring out how to open things. From what we can piece together, he pushed the gate open Thursday … more
A serial killer and human eyeball-eating auto mechanic was on the loose earlier this month at 1 Stop Tire and Auto in Castle Rock, during the six-day filming of “Auto Shop of Horrors.” The film, written by Glenn Berggoetz of Denver and Tim … more
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