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SOTA: Conifer groups planning performances this fall

StageDoor to perform `Murder on the Orient Express’ StageDoor Theatre is set to perform “Murder on the Orient Express,” a whodunit play featuring a cast with multiple dialects. “It’s been … more

Open your door to the built environment

Even a casual drive around the Denver metro area will unveil a bevy of architectural gems, with even more design secrets hiding behind doors you might not expect. But since getting an invite to house … more

Bring your own chainsaw

The cacophony of chainsaws, splitters and axes rang through the morning as members of the Conifer community split wood for those in need. At Conifer Community Church’s annual Split & Steak on … more

Evergreen's Wild West Fest treats attendees to music, food and a mechanical bull

People came to Wild West Fest on Saturday for a variety of reasons. They wanted to know about host Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice. In the past, they took advantage of counseling and … more

A day of family festivities in Kittredge

People of all ages stepped into hula hoops and began to circle their hips, hoping to make the ring stay above the ground. On Sept. 18, Kittredge Civic Association hosted its annual CanyonFest in … more

Climber reaches for dream: Local teen finished seventh in Tokyo Olympics

When Colin Duffy first laid eyes on an indoor climbing wall, he was only 3 years old.  The colorful holds drew his attention and he begged his parents to let him give the sport a try. By 7, he was … more

Creating an art scene

If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, then there was plenty to behold as art lovers went from artist home to artist home during last weekend's Open Door Studios. Thirty-two artists from El Rancho … more

¡Es una fiesta, Colorado!

For Morrison's Jeanette Trujillo-Lucero, Georgetown's Library Park transformed into a Mexican zocalo, or plaza, Saturday afternoon. It was a place of joining together, sharing and celebrating. The … more

Kirkland Museum is Denver treasure

On the northwest corner of Bannock Street and 12th Avenue in Denver, bright yellow ceramic tiles beckon to anyone who can see them. They mark the entrance to the Kirkland Museum of Fine and … more

On a holy day, congregation pushes reset on the past year

On the holiest day of the year for people of Jewish faith, congregants of Beth Evergreen Synagogue gathered for one of the first times in more than 18 months. more

A glimpse at the past - Staunton’s Living History Days shows life more than 100 years ago

Johnnycakes, lemonade, Native American talking sticks, fur pelts and herbal medicines were all part of the annual Living History Days last weekend at Staunton State Park. Volunteers from the park and … more

Italian classics stop in Marshdale

An army of Alfa Romeos stopped at Marshdale Burger Co. on Sept. 4, a lunch gathering place for the drivers attending the Italian luxury car’s national convention in Colorado Springs. About 20 of … more

Talking about 9/11 events

It’s time for Stephen Venters to talk about what he did and saw on 9/11. The Evergreen resident, who was in New York City in September 2001, feels a need to talk about his experiences for two … more

Vail Film Festival ready for a bigger, bolder 2021

Doing something for the first time is always a fraught process, but you often come away with all kinds of beneficial lessons that can make it smoother next time. Such is the case for the Vail Film … more

New mural brings dose of color to Dinosaur Ridge

Morrison’s Dinosaur Ridge has long provided a unique chance to see the footprints left by dinosaurs. But starting now, visitors will also get a fresh perspective of what it might have been like to … more

Center for the Arts Evergreen's Summerfest full of Labor Day weekend fun

Artist Mark Mahorney of Kremmling was hard at work at his booth at Summerfest on Sept. 5. The wood carver was creating a portrait of a Native American on beetle-kill pine he had charred. He used a … more

Community and firefighters celebrate return of Big Chili, reflect on 9/11 anniversary

There was no better way for local firefighters to mark the 20th anniversary of 9/11 than by spending time with their colleagues and communities at the Big Chili Cook-Off. At least, that was how … more

Say ‘I Do’ to the return of musical theater

Throughout the bulk of the pandemic, many of us have really buried ourselves in nostalgia to find some escape. And for a lot of us, there are few things more comforting than a good love story. Add in … more

Gymnastic Olympians to visit Denver on Gold Over America Tour

The Athleta Presents Gold Over America Tour will be making a stop in Denver on Oct. 3 at the Ball Arena, 1000 Chopper Circle. A news release describes the show as “a high-energy, … more
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