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My name is...Nancy Bauer

About me I was raised in Toledo, Ohio. I was married there in 1984 and moved to Pagosa Springs.  Then I moved to Colorado Springs, then moved to Woodland Park and landed in Castle Rock in 1991. We have four kids ages 25 to 32. It’s lots of … more

Wares by refugee women to be sold in Denver gallery

The website for “We Made This” includes a quote from Ghanaian diplomat Kofi Annan (United Nations secretary general from 1997-2006): “There is no tool for development more effective than the empowerment of women.” “We Made This,” a … more

Castle Pines teen enjoys budding career in country music

On July 3, 16-year-old singer/songwriter Taylor Muckel took the stage at downtown Denver's Independence Eve concert just before 5 p.m. While wearing a red, floor-length dress that flowed around her, Muckel's voice rang through Civic Center as she … more

History Camp event gets larger space in Lakewood

“I Am Not a Savage: Lakota Performers in Wild West Shows” by Steve Friesen, director of the Buffalo Bill Cody Museum; “General Iron Works, Englewood, Colorado” by Doug Cohn; “La Santa Muerte: A Mexican Saint of Lost Causes” by Christine … more

Colorado Renaissance Festival approaches final weekends

The Colorado Renaissance Festival, which runs for eight weekends at its Larkspur location, has three remaining weekends in this year’s schedule before the village modeled after 16th century England closes its gates. The festival is open from 10 … more

‘Hairspray’ cast and crew bring classic show to life

As director and choreographer of a larger-than-life production like “Hairspray,”Liane Adamo leaves no question unasked when working with the cast and crew: “Was it a shimmy or a flick?” she asks of a hand movement for a dance move at a … more

Sibling sensations get set to harmonize at Hudson Gardens

America’s longtime sibling duo, Donny and Marie Osmond, will bring their array of hits to Hudson Gardens and Event Center, 6115 S. Santa Fe Drive, Littleton, at 7:30 p.m. on July 18. (Gates open at 5:30 p.m.) Included: “A Little Bit Country, a … more

Homemade leaves home

Joanne Littau seems to float as she works, blending strawberries and rhubarb with pectin and lemon juice with the deftness and grace of an orchestra conductor. Ceramic pigs peer down at pots of jam bubbling like cauldrons on the stove of her little … more

So much creative spirit

Over the June 30 weekend, thousands of nerds, geeks, fanboys, fangirls and creators filled the halls of the Colorado Convention Center for Denver Comic Con. Visitors were able to peruse aisles of comics, drawings, memorabilia, and interactive … more

Phamaly lets the hope shine through in ‘Annie’

Denver’s theater scene is vibrant and diverse, but not many companies are harnessing creativity like Phamaly Theatre Company, which works entirely with people with disabilities to bring unique theatrical experiences to audiences. “For … more

Drums Along the Rockies coming back to Denver

Lily Walker used one word to describe Drums Along the Rockies: “spectacular.” Last year, 40,000 people swarmed Sports Authority Field at Mile High for the annual marching music competition. “It’s honestly the craziest thing you could … more

My name is...Alec Greven

About me I was born near Seattle, Washington and moved to Castle Rock when I was very young. I just graduated from Castle View High School and was especially involved in student government, speech and debate, and teen court. I love to be outdoors … more

Castle Rock native brings immersive dance to Denver theater

Makena Sneed, 19, knew from the age of 10 she wanted to become a professional dancer. So, the 2016 Castle View High School graduate danced competitively and trained with Boutique Dance Academy while growing up in Castle Rock. After graduation, … more

Art adds to scenery in several sites around Douglas County

A concept formed by the Douglas County Cultural Council, DCCC, in 2006-07 has matured into the 2017 Art Encounters: a display of 27 public sculptures, placed through five communities for the coming year. The DCCC sets aside funds from the Scientific … more

Curtain Time

Eugene Trilogy “Broadway Bound” is the third part of Neil Simon’s memoir-based plays, where Eugene and his brother Stanley try to break into the show business world. It plays July 14 to Aug. 20 at Miners Alley Playhouse, 1224 Washington … more

South Suburban rich with options for summer fun

Families can extend those summer days at play through several kinds of programming offered by South Suburban Parks and Recreation District. • Nature looks different at night — who or what is out there — straight ahead, underfoot or above? A … more

Sidewalk sale raises funds for Arapahoe library system

Southglenn Library’s Annual Super Sidewalk Sale takes place July 14 and 15 (9 a.m. to 6 p.m.) and July 16 (noon to 4 p.m.) at Southglenn Library, 6972 S. Vine St., Centennial. Books, collectibles, DVDs and audiobooks for all ages will be … more

How to plan a last-minute family vacation

For families who hope to take a family vacation this summer but have put off the planning and the budgeting, there are still plenty of options. Organizing a last-minute family trip can be fun without breaking the bank, if you know what steps to … more

Castle Rock couple recount newborn’s tough road

For Castle Rock couple Jennifer and Debbie Stevenson, growing their household from a family of three to a family of four has been a sometimes terrifying but ultimately humbling experience, they say. The couple married in 2011 after dating for two … more

High school theater achievements noted with awards presentation

The fifth annual Bobby G Awards, which recognize Colorado high schools’ winning musical theater productions, designated Valor Christian High School senior Elleon Dobias as outstanding actress in a competition between 42 Colorado High Schools — … more
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