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DFF45 brings the world’s stories to Denver

There’s a reason that during the worst parts of the COVID-19 pandemic, so many people turned to the film world for solace and inspiration. The Denver Film Festival is aiming to achieve that same … more

Column: Dear Mom,

Hi. I love you. You should see this place. It is wonderful. The fields are huge. And the grass is greener grass than I have ever seen and softer than I have ever felt. And there are too many smells to smell all at once. more

Column: When no home is affordable, where do you live?

It’s a common story: Candace McNatt of Durango, in southern Colorado, kept losing bidding wars to buy a house. She finally settled on a tiny home of just 350 square feet. more

Column: How do you want to shift your relationship with time?

When a client comes to me saying, “I never have enough time. I’m constantly running behind and feel like I’ll never catch up.” I hear a judge within, who has a rigid idea of time. more

Say yes to ’The River Bride’ at the Arvada Center

Magical realism is one of the most difficult genres to tackle – blending the recognizable with the mystical is a fine line to walk. For the first production of the Arvada Center Black Box … more

Column: The beast within

I call my essays Higher Living Reflections. What, though, does living higher entail? It includes elevating oneself and rising above base proclivities, a challenging endeavor often fraught with obstacles. more

Column: What other dirty linen in our geographic drawer needs cleansing?

Evans will almost certainly be replaced as the name for Colorado’s 14th-highest mountain. But what about other names associated with an ugly massacre? more

Column: On Colorado’s liquor laws

Based upon a combination of policies to protect existing businesses and puritanical beliefs about the use of alcohol, Colorado’s liquor laws were designed to have a variety of provisions that limited a market-based approach to many elements about how the product was sold in our state. more

Visit Stars Hollow on Gilmore Girls Day

Gilmore Girls” is one of the best shows for those who appreciate sharply drawn characters, lightning-fast dialogue and small towns with a personality that just can’t be replicated. That’s … more

Column: Thinking more about names and character

So, if, as I wrote last week, our oldest daughter’s name should have been “Grace,” there is no question that our second child should be named “Crash.” As in, “Crash Test.” more

Column: Hiking public lands shouldn’t require a ladder

Imagine you were part owner of a nice piece of rural land, maybe with a trout stream running through it. But your neighbors won’t let you in. You don’t have to imagine, because access to far too much public land is legally blocked by private property owners, causing headaches throughout the West. more

Column: Think your vote doesn’t matter? Think again.

Coloradans voted in record numbers in 2020 – 3,303,265 ballots were cast, an amazing turnout of 87 percent. more

Column: Choosing what to call someone requires grace

I was watching “The Hobbit” the other day, and it came to that scene in which Bilbo Baggins is trying to avoid telling the great dragon, Smaug, about himself. more

Column: Ballots will be mailed soon, so do your homework

The election season that seems to have gone on forever is about to conclude. more

Column: My election endorsements

Every year in October I write about the choices on the ballot for the fall election. more

Column: Breast Cancer Awareness Month provides reminder to get preventive screening

According to the Centers for Disease Control, breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women in the United States. more

Rosenberry Lecture series returns to in person

Everybody missed different things when the COVID-19 pandemic forced the world to go virtual. For some it was concerts at their favorite venues, others movies at their local silver screen and for … more

‘Dry Land’ dives into the deep end

One of the great things about theater is its ability to reflect the challenges and convulsions of society with a speed and alacrity that most other performing arts mediums just aren’t capable of … more

Column: Pride without the arrogance

Whenever he finished an amazing run, resulting in a touchdown, and having weaved his way through the defense and even running over a defender or slipping past another with some lightning-quick … more

Open the door to Denver’s spaces

For many of us, we don’t exactly know what makes a piece of architecture or interior design appealing. There’s just something about it we respond to. Fortunately, there are organizations like the … more
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